- Establishes and maintains working relationships with other employees, clients, contractors, and the general public
- Serves as CERM’s field representative to property owners when performing surveys on private property and along public rights-of-way
- Performs engineering design and as-built surveys, to include the collection of horizontal and vertical data of natural and man-made features, and providing detailed sketches of appropriate structures
- Performs construction-based surveys, to include establishing horizontal and vertical control networks, checking and staking required items from office-prepared calculations, performing field calculations from engineering plans
- Performs route surveys, to include right-of-way location, profiles, and cross-sections
- Performs boundary/ALTA surveys, to include the collection of all data needed to establish boundary lines and easements
- Performs utility surveys, to include locating utilities as per field evidence or per UPC/utility locator service markings, and obtaining invert, pipe size and material of various structures.
- Researches existing maps, plans, deeds, and plats
- Coordinates field activities with Field Production Manager, Project Manager, and other key personnel for schedules and project-specific requirements
- Downloads data collector files, provides copies of relevant field notes and sketches.
- Reviews finished survey with Field Production Manager, Project Manager, and other key personnel for accuracy
- Trains and directs the survey party in a safe, efficient, and accurate manner for the assigned task, to include providing a log of crew activities, and maintaining safety/clearance/security badges for field crew members
- Computes angles, distances, grades, etc. from maps, plans, layout sheets, and coordinate lists.
- Uses conventional total station and level, digital level, GPS unit, and data collector, to include appropriate field checks and adjustments
- Operates, organizes, and keeps track of maintenance of a company vehicle.
- Attends work on a regular, dependable schedule
- Performs duties as needed
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES:
- Extensive knowledge of and training in survey procedures and use of survey equipment, safety equipment, and other miscellaneous tools and equipment
- Experience with Robotic Total Stations and RTK/GPS equipment, specifically Trimble and Leica units, with TDS, Leica, and Carleson Data Collectors and software
- Basic working knowledge of AutoCAD, and other surveying and office software
- Ability to pass drug screening and security/background checks, as may be required.
- Ability to establish and maintain working relationships with co-workers, supervisors, clients of the company
- Ability to follow verbal and or written instructions
- Ability to meet deadlines while working under stress and handling stressful situations
- High school diploma or equivalent required
- 5 years of experience in surveying including three years (3) of progressively responsible experience with a survey crew
PREFERRED EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
- Associates Degree (A.A) or equivalent from a two-year college or technical school with course work in advanced mathematics including algebra and trigonometry, drawing and drafting, is desirable
- AutoCAD/Micro-station Inroads experience is a plus
- DOT experience is preferred
LICENSURES, CERTIFICATIONS, AND REGISTRATIONS:
- Valid Georgia driver’s license with acceptable driving record for the past three years
- Registration as a Land Surveyor-In-Training (LSIT)/ Georgia Registered Land Surveyor (RLS) is desirable, but not required
- Certification as a Georgia Soil & Water Conservation Commission Level 1A/1B Inspector or Level 2 Design Professional is desirable, but not required
- OSHA HAZWOPER certification is desirable, but not required
- Must regular lift/ move up to 25 pounds and infrequently lift/ move up to 50 pounds
- Must be able to walk several miles in extreme weather conditions
- Stand, walk, use of hand finger, handle, or feel objects, tools, or controls
- Reach with hands and arms
- Talk and hear
- Sit, climb/ balance, stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl
- Regularly works in varying outside weather conditions where noise levels can be loud
- Occasionally works near moving mechanical parts and exposed to fumes and airborne particles
CORPORATE ENVIRONMENTAL RISK MANAGEMENT, L.L.C. is a Certified Drug-Free Workplace and Equal Employment Opportunity Employer that does not unlawfully discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy, childbirth or related medical conditions), national origin, ancestry, age, and/or disability. C.E.R.M. will only employ those who are legally authorized to work in the U.S. Any offer of employment is conditional upon the successful completion of a background, credit check, and drug screen.