Job Number: 2023-32
Classification: Seasonal/ Temporary
Closes: Sunday, June 4, 2023 at 11:59 p.m.
Community Development Division
Non-represented, Non-Exempt, Non-benefitted
$20/hour: Pay will be dependent on qualifications and in accordance with Oregon's Pay Equity Act.
*This position is intended to last a few months, and the City will work with the selected candidate’s schedule to determine hours.
Overview of Position:
The City of Springfield is excited to offer a temporary Land Survey Assistant position. This is a great opportunity for those who may be early in their college careers or those interested in professional land surveying to gain practical experience by taking classroom theories and applying it to field survey techniques, data processing, and other survey and non-survey related duties. Additionally, the incumbent will participate and experience current planning and construction as it relates to surveying.
To see the complete Land Survey Assistant job description, click here: Land-Survey-Assistant.pdf (springfield-or.gov) (Download PDF reader)
Training & Experience:
The City will consider any equivalent combination of knowledge, skills, education, and experience to meet minimum qualifications.
License, & Certifications:
Position may be light or medium work depending on assignment. Please see the ‘Physical Requirements’ section of the job description: Land-Survey-Assistant.pdf (springfield-or.gov) (Download PDF reader)
Selection and Interview Process:
• Sunday, June 4th: Application period closes
• Week of June 5th: Finalists will be notified
• Week of June 19th: Interviews
Top candidates will be invited to interview, and candidates will be emailed directly with additional information.
As a part of our selection process, it will be necessary for candidates to provide the names and email addresses of up to five professional references (including two managers) that can provide information on work performance. To avoid any delay in the process, we ask candidates to start gathering reference information now (name, email address, contact info and time period you worked together). Additional information regarding reference checking will be emailed to candidates at a later date through the SkillSurvey Pre-Hire 360 system.
The selection process will include: reference checks, driving record review, and criminal background check.
All testing and selection processes will be done in accordance with the Oregon Veteran’s Preference in Public Employment Law.
Please do not indicate ‘See Resume’ in the ‘Work Experience’ part of the application. The information you provide in the application ‘Work Experience’ and ‘Job Duties’ will be used to determine if you will proceed to the next phase in the selection process. Information related to education and experience must be verifiable on your application to be given credit.
NOTE: This announcement is intended as a general descriptive recruitment guide and is subject to change. It does not constitute either an expressed or implied contract.
The City of Springfield is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Survey Instrument Person
Regular Full Time
Portland, OR, US
Founded in Portland, Oregon in 1990, Harper Houf Peterson Righellis Inc. (HHPR) is a firm of engineers, planners, landscape architects, and surveyors who provide comprehensive, integrated services for transportation facilities; site development; utility infrastructure; water resources; storm water facilities; parks; and residential, commercial, institutional, and industrial site development.
With a staff of over 116, we serve clients across Oregon and southwest Washington from our offices in Portland, Salem, Bend and Vancouver Washington.
Our culture is one of dedicated individuals who take our clients’ needs seriously while having fun. We support our teammates’ aspirations and provide the opportunity to achieve professional and personal goals. We are respectful of individuals’ personal lives and strive for an efficient and effective work life balance. It is because of this our employees have distinguished us with both national and regional awards for one of the Best Firms to Work For.
What We Are Seeking
Survey Instrument Person interested in joining our Portland, OR Survey team. This is a great opportunity for an individual who is motivated and reliable and willing to learn.
License and Education
We offer competitive compensation and excellent benefits which include company contribution to employee 401(K) Retirement plan without requiring a match. Health, Alternative Care, Vision and Dental benefits, company pays 100% of the premiums for employee and dependents. Also, includes long term disability, life insurance, vacation, sick and holiday pay, with an opportunity for company stock ownership.
HHPR is an Equal Opportunity Employer and values workplace diversity. We invite resumes from all interested parties including women, minorities, veterans and persons with disabilities or any other characteristic protected by law. If you would like to request a reasonable accommodation in the process of apply or interviewing due to a disability, please let us know.
The Position: The City of Lake Oswego is offering an exciting opportunity for a land surveying / geomatics or civil engineering student as a temporary summer intern! Under general direction of the City Engineer or City Surveyor, this position will provide assistance to engineering staff, including both office and fieldwork. Assignments may range from data entry and analysis to fieldwork, of which the candidate must be able to perform in both environments. The work requires knowledge and application of basic surveying and engineering principles commensurate with 1-2 years of college-level studies. Self-motivation, positive attitude, and good communication are key qualifications for the successful candidate to possess.
This position is full time (40 hours a week) with a duration of approximately three months. The position schedule is Monday through Friday from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm. The assignment is generally from June through August or September, with a flexible start date. Hourly rate will depend on qualifications and will be in the range of $17.00 - $20.00.
Key responsibilities may include, but are not limited to:
Education and Experience: To be eligible for this internship opportunity, students must be currently enrolled in an accredited university or college pursuing a degree related to surveying / geomatics or civil engineering. A valid driver’s license is required.
Application Process: You may visit our web site at www.ci.oswego.or.us to access the online application process. Resumes will not be accepted in lieu of a completed job application. The City application must be submitted to by:
5:00 P.M. Friday, May 12, 2023
This position is organizationally assigned to the Technical Services Branch of the Western Federal Lands Highway Division (WFLHD), Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), Vancouver, Washington. The incumbent serves as an instrument operator and rodman on a survey crew. The incumbent uses electronic total stations, levels, global positioning system (GPS), and other modern survey equipment. The WFLHD projects are located in the Northwestern United States and Alaska.
As a Survey Technician, you will:
The ideal candidate has experience in the Geomatics/Land Surveying field working with modern survey equipment to complete topographic-location surveys, construction surveys, route surveys, cadastral surveys, geodetic surveys and control network surveys. Candidate has performed survey work in a team setting. Desired values in the candidate include self-motivation, versatility, integrity, resourcefulness, a sound work ethic, positive attitude, teamwork, and a strong commitment to provide internal and external service. This ideal candidate would be able to travel up to approximately 75% of the total time and work in remote areas in Alaska, Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana and Wyoming.
The Bureau of Land Management is hiring 100 interns to work with the federal government on public lands.
16.1 million acres of BLM land are covered by the Bureau in Washington and Oregon with interns needed in a variety of roles.
Positions available include roles in civil engineering, public affairs, information technology, natural resources, wildland fire, GIS and environment protection.
Interested students can apply to multiple positions as applications close on April 19.
CAD/GIS Technician w/AerotasRead Now
Aerotas is a technology-enabled services company that delivers survey-grade CAD files created from drone-collected data in days, not weeks. Data is handled by ASPRS Certified Photogrammetrists and CAD Technicians ensuring quality check at each stage. Drone photogrammetry and CAD drafting services are enabled by a combination of advanced technology, high-performance computing architecture, and human expertise — providing fast and predictable turnaround times, lower drone survey costs, and the most accurate deliverables anywhere to 1,500+ leading survey and civil engineering firms across the nation.
We Value: Efficiency, Quality, Data
GIS / CAD Tech
We are growing fast and need your curious and futuristic mind! You will be working with the data team processing aerial drone output - converting it into compatible format for our clients ensuring high quality and accuracy. This is a brand-new field, and we are leading the way. You are early in your career with at least 2 years of experience in CAD or GIS technologies. You have an eye for detail and find rapidly changing technology exciting. If you are looking for a challenging career that involves flying lasers, let’s talk!
You Value: Data, Integrity, Efficiency
Spend your days:
What you’ll bring with you:
And what you’ll get in return:
Job Type: Full-time
Pay: $50,000.00 - $60,000.00 per year
Work Location: Remote
DEA’s Oregon Region is looking for a Land Survey Intern to be located in our Portland, OR office. The position responsibilities will be diverse and will include working as a junior member of a survey crew performing boundary, topography, ALTA, right of way, and construction surveys for public and private clients. You will also be responsible for the operation and maintenance of survey equipment, taking field notes, data collection, performing calculations and working with DEA staff and clients on these projects. Involvement in the office may include reducing survey data, performing calculations, copying and filing of this data. Work may include preparation of survey drawings using AutoCAD and other design software. As a crewmember you are responsible to evaluate the safety of a site before you perform the work. You are responsible to make sure that you and the other crewmembers follow DEA safety policy and use the proper personal protection equipment required.
Survey Jobs with DEA:
DEA fosters a unique, collaborative work environment where specific expertise can be targeted for optimal client solutions. Our team is staffed and fully equipped to provide land surveying services for: geodetic and control surveys, boundary and right-of-way surveys, topographic and quantity surveys, construction staking, static and mobile 3D scanning and modeling, and hydrographic survey services. Our day to day surveying and geomatics services described above cover a wide geographic area and client base. The result of this leads to a varied workload and a variety of opportunities for growth.
WHPacific, Inc., d/b/a NV5 is seeking a Survey Field Technician to join our Meridian team NV5 is a leader in providing surveying, civil engineering (transportation – roadway & bridge and land development), water resources and planning services with multiple offices in the Western United States. The person in this position assists professional land surveyors by operating survey instruments and collecting information in the field and by performing computations and drafting in the office. This is primarily a field Survey Technician Position but could also involve some substantial related duties in the office including Civil3D / MicroStation mapping.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
The physical demands described herein are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job, dealing effectively and reasonably with stress in the workplace without lost time or undue strain. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to sit, walk and talk or hear. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus. Employee may be asked to walk on uneven surfaces, lift and carry up to 50 pounds, hike up and down steep slopes carrying up to 50 pounds of survey equipment, bend, squat, dig monument holes, pound in stakes and rebar monuments, carry and use brush cutting equipment, operate UTV’s / ATV’s, climb stairs, sit for extended periods of time, work at a computer terminal for extended periods of time, and type/key-in data as needed. The employee will be required to adhere to the company’s policies, safety plan and the project safety plan.
NV5 offers a competitive compensation and benefits package including medical, dental, life insurance, PTO, 401(k) and professional development/advancement opportunities.
Job Title: Survey Design Intern
Closing date: Friday, March 24, 2023
Contact information: Shawn Mitchell, firstname.lastname@example.org (click on the packet information first)
INTERNSHIP AND APPLICATION PACKET
Associate Survey Technician
As an Associate Survey Technician, you will support the Survey Team by handling the day-to-day production of survey documents and assist the Survey Team in the field with equipment management and physical set up.
Responsibilities, Tasks, Authority:
The Associate Survey Technician will support the Survey team in the field. Following the direction of the Survey Crew Chief, the Associate Survey Technician will assist with topographic surveys; ensure all equipment is organized, available, and in vehicles; set up robotic station and GPS units. This role requires physical work in the field including staking and set up of equipment on the job site. The Associate Survey Technician will be responsible for note keeping, limited field calculations, limited interpretation of engineering plans, drawings, and maps.
The Associate Survey Technician will demonstrate PCD’s values of building long-term relationships by focusing on mutual respect and integrity in all we do. This allows us to maintain a positive impression with current clients and creates opportunity for PCD’s reputation to remain positive within the community, leading to further business growth with new clients.
High school diploma or equivalent required. The Associate Survey Technician will demonstrate a desire to learn and grow in the Surveying field. The Associate Survey Technician will demonstrate a “can do/will do” attitude in acceptance of assignments, tasks, and responsibilities. A highly physical role, the Associate Survey Technician will be comfortable working on the job site in a physical capacity and will demonstrate motivation to complete tasks on time and in accordance with established company standards and QA/QC guidelines.
The Associate Survey Technician will work closely with the Survey Technician, perform work under the supervision of a Surveyor or Survey Crew Chief, and will report to the Survey Crew Manager. Work will be conducted in an office environment as well as in the field.
Competencies for Associate Survey Technician:
Action Oriented: Readily takes on challenges, without unnecessary planning. Identifies and seizes new opportunities. Displays a can-do attitude in good and bad times. Steps up to handle tough issues.
Communicates Effectively: Is effective in a variety of communication settings: one-on- one, small and large groups, or among diverse styles and position levels. Attentively listens to others. Adjusts to fit the audience and the message. Provides timely and helpful information to others across the organization. Encourages the open expression of diverse ideas and opinions.
Nimble Learning: Learns quickly when facing new situations. Experiments to find new solutions. Takes on the challenge of unfamiliar tasks. Extracts lessons learned from failures and mistakes.
Self-Development: Shows personal commitment and takes action to continuously improve. Accepts assignments that broaden capabilities. Learns from new experiences, from others, and from structured learning. Makes the most of available development resources.
To apply, email email@example.com with cover letter & resume.