G3 Engineering & Surveying is currently building our team and looking for innovative, motivated individuals who are committed to excellence and professional development. We believe in challenging ourselves, expanding opportunities, and personal growth.
Survey Crew Members work on crews of two to three people and assist in performing a variety of land surveying activities. Much of the work is physical in nature and includes tasks such as carrying supplies, holding equipment, driving stakes and clearing line. Crew Members must be able to perform these tasks in a wide range of temperatures and work environments.
This is a great opportunity for someone who would like to advance their career in land surveying for large commercial construction for our clients in the public and private sector. We provide quality solutions for our clients and employment opportunities to qualified talent.
The primary objective is to assist in performing land surveys. Responsibilities constantly evolve due to changes in job requirements and advances in technology. The most frequently performed duties are as follows:
Keep truck interior and tool box picked up and clear of trash.
Keep truck stocked with daily supplies.
Clean and maintain equipment excluding instruments and data collectors.
Keep radio batteries charged.Assist with survey measurements / data collection
Carry equipment and supplies
Measure objects such as buildings, pipe diameters, tree sizes and manhole depths.
Measure distances using a steel or cloth tape.
Clear line using a bush hook or chain saw.
Run the level rod for level loops.
Run front-sight and back-sight on a control traverse or boundary survey.
Run the rod on a topographic survey. Stakeout
Set rebar pins / iron pipes
Set concrete monuments
Set construction stakes
All surveying positions require strong math skills, the ability to keep neat and legible notes and an aptitude for geometry and positioning (reading maps). Likewise, all surveyors must have the ability to communicate clearly, effectively and diplomatically both verbally and in writing. Crew Members are expected to gain a working knowledge of the topics below. Although not a pre-requisite for employment, it is expected to be gained during introductory and subsequent training.
• Units of measure – historical units, common distances and areas
• Engineering units – read, convert, perform calculations with
• Stationing – format, distance between, station offsets
• Angles – break angles down into degrees, minutes, seconds
• Angle arithmetic – add & subtract angles with minutes & seconds
• Curves – identify components of a curve
• Terminology – general terms used by surveyors
Position is eligible for full company benefit package, upon completion of probationary period, which includes medical, dental, and vision insurance, 401K, paid time off, holiday pay, and other benefits.
Our team is talented, client-focused, and committed to providing exemplary surveying services. Resourcefulness and flexibility are valued in our culture and we empower our team through trust and credibility.