Land Survey Technician needed in Pittsburg, KS
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Position Duties and Responsibilities:
- Work directly with the Crew Chief in order to complete all types of land survey functions.
- Operate GPS equipment, robotic total stations, terrestrial LIDAR scanners, hand held collects, and automatic levels.
- Load and unload survey equipment and supplies in preparation for daily work.
- Participate in construction staking, topographic design surveys, underground utility investigation of storm drains and sewers, boundary surveys, aerial mapping and more.
- Maintains regular attendance and punctuality
- May be called upon to answers question and provide information to the public concerning surveying activities (all inquiries shall be referred to Party Chief).
- Tracks and maintains survey supplies such as stakes and marking equipment; ensures safety devices are present and in use as appropriate; may place traffic control devices to direct traffic.
- Legally authorized to work in the U.S. without sponsorship.
- Current/Valid Driver’s License
- Minimum of 1 year surveying experience or related training preferred; will train qualified candidates.
- High school diploma or General Education Degree or higher.
- Possess above average mathematical knowledge and ability to operate a hand held calculators, tablets and computers. Good penmanship skills.
- Possess or has the ability to quickly learn new concepts such as fractions, percentages, ratios, and proportions relating to practical situations. (training provided)
- Work environment frequently is in the outdoors and working in extreme heat and cold; occasionally inside buildings or other structures; occasionally working near moving mechanical parts, occasionally working in high precarious places, around fumes or airborne particles, toxic or caustic waste, risks electrical shock/explosives/radiation and vibration. Rarely working in wet conditions; loud noise may be experienced at times.
- Ability to work 50+ hours per week and weekends when necessary.
- Able and willing to accept occasional out of town projects if needed.
- Frequently stands, walks, reaches with hands and arms, stoops, kneels, crouches or crawls, regularly climbs or balances.
- Frequently lifts up to 25 pounds; regularly lifts up to 50 pounds; occasionally lifts up to 100 pounds; and rarely lifts more than 100 pounds. Able to carry 50 pounds over rough terrain for 100 yards.