Industrial Construction Site Surveyor

Job Locations US-TX
Req No.
2018-1393
Category
Field Crafts / Trades
Type
Regular Full-Time

Overview

The Construction Surveyor provides direct survey and layout support to project teams in order to efficiently, successfully, and profitably complete assigned construction projects.

Responsibilities

All aspects of survey projects including:

  • Field data collection.
  • Setting horizontal and vertical controls.
  • Topographical surveys.
  • Construction stakeout.
  • As-built surveys.
  • Input and calculate coordinates for all construction features of a design build projects.
  • Understand designs and able to help produce RFI’s in instances of conflict.
  • Able to set batter boards or other work points as communicated by the Superintendent.
  • Post survey field data analysis.
  • Construction Layout Calculations.
  • Grade Sheet Computation.
  • Topographic/Volume Analysis.
  • Construction As-built Surveys and/or Layout Sketches.
  • Project Datum Conversion/Transformation.

 

 

Qualifications

  1. Industry Degree or certification and/or at least 7+ years of industrial field experience.
  2. Must hold a TWIC card.
  3. Must hold OSHA basic plus card.
  4. Must pass Drug and Alcohol screen.
  5. Must undergo audiogram.
  6. Candidate must be proficient with total stations.

  7. Use data collectors or onboard software of total station.
  8. Ability to use dimensions from pdfs and hard prints to calculate exact layout locations.
  9. Must be able to use instruments to verify existing control points and existing elevations prior to providing site layouts. Knowledge of field survey operations, engineering and construction industry.
  10. This position will require both office and field work.

The individual who occupies this position must not pose a direct threat or significant risk of substantial harm to the health or safety of the individual or others that cannot be eliminated or reduced by reasonable accommodation.

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