PLS Opportunity in Pomona, CA

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PLS Opportunity in Pomona, CA

Postby surveyor » Wed Mar 27, 2019 9:46 am

Our client has asked for our assistance to help them find a Licensed Professional Land Surveyor in Southern California. This position would be working directly with the company and offers an excellent benefit package.

To inquire please call 916-244-7687 or email your resume to Lynnette.Falls@347group.com.

Job Elements:
• Pre-field research and calculations.
• Scheduling.
• Field surveys.
• Setting control points.
• Stationing and staking.
• Traffic control.
• Field and office QA of surveys and topo maps.
• Customer relations.
• Travel to job sites.
• Assist engineers with projects using survey data.
• Teaching fellow employees about surveying and research techniques.

Qualifications:
• Technical knowledge of Mapping and Field Surveying required.
• Staking calculations such as Boundary and Site control for utilities, commercial and residential projects required.
• Experience recording Survey, Corner Records, Legal Description and Plats required.
• Experience with AutoCAD 2000-Autocad 2009 Land Development Desktop, Civil3D 2012, AutoDesk Map, Microstation J, V8 a required.
• Proficient with survey equipment and software, TGO (Trimble Geomatic Office) Trimble S6 Robotic Total Station, R8 and R10 GPS Systems and
hand held data collectors required.
• Knowledge of Microsoft Office and Excel required.
• Proficiency in technical math, which includes Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, and Applied Physics required.
• Ability to read Utility maps preferred.
• Professional Surveyor License in California required.
• Must have a valid Driver’s License
• Must be able to lift 50 lbs or more
• Ability and willingness to travel in multi-state region, including overnight trips, required.
• Project management skills preferred.

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Re: PLS Opportunity in Pomona, CA

Postby Peter Ehlert » Wed Mar 27, 2019 12:28 pm

Employment or "contract"?

Salary?
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