The Surveyor takes measurements of the earth’s surfaces for various projects. He/She takes measurements of property lines, surveys the curves and contour of the ground, and evaluates construction zones before construction begins. He/She also performs research on land records and prepares maps, plots, and reports.
- Conducts physical site surveys using a variety of equipment and tools.
- Travels to sites when necessary.
- Prepares sketches and notes, and performs electronic data collection.
- Creates reports and maps according to customer or project requirements containing information from field measurements, boundary markers and topographical features
- Marks and delineates boundaries and reference points on a property or section of land.
- Coordinates field staff and process field data.
- Measures property boundaries
- Prepares site surveying documents and present findings to clients.
- Interfaces with civil engineers, landscape architects, cartographers, or urban planners.
- Communicates with architects, engineers and construction personnel as needed during land development projects
- Builds maps, sketches, and charts
- Bachelor’s degree in surveying, geomatics, geospatial sciences, geophysics, or a related field.
- Proven previous work experience as a Surveyor
- Professional Land Surveying license
- Excellent problem-solving skills and understanding of mapping concepts
- Experience using hand surveying tools (distance measuring wheels, plumb bobs, levels) and electronic surveying tools (transit levels, GPS equipment).
- Experience with SolidWorks software a plus
Skills needed for this role
The Surveyor must have numeracy and the ability to make mathematical calculations as well as understand and interpret data. He/She must have lateral and logical thinking as well as cutting-edge IT skills and confidence with new technology.
More than 5 Years Experienced Employee