In this role, the Project Surveyor will be responsible for overseeing all phases of surveying on multiple projects under the direct supervision of a Licensed Surveyor. They will assist the Licensed Surveyor by organizing, managing and executing all types of surveys and be responsible for reviewing all work being prepared.
Understanding of contract negotiations, client billing and contract amendments for changes to scope and fees under supervision of a Licensed Land Surveyor
Responsible for planning, organizing, directing, and controlling project team activities under supervision of a Licensed Land Surveyor.
Work closely with Management to develop project scopes and schedules and track and maintain project budgets.
Develop working relationships with client, contractors, stakeholders, relevant agencies.
Under the supervision of a Licensed Surveyor :
Work with field and office personnel, both as a team member and independently, to produce Record of Surveys, A.L.T.A. surveys, Plats and Legal Descriptions, Topographic Surveys, Lot line Adjustments, easement exhibits, and any document required for project completion
Reduce and process field notes, sketches, checklists and digital data in required formats for Project Managers, Land Surveyors and Drafting personnel
Calculate accurate Easements and Boundary Lines from Record Maps and Grant Deed Descriptions and Title reports.
Review and understand Agreements, CC&R’s and other documents within Title reports.
Generate accurate Surfaces and Contours through AutoCAD
Preparing drawings per company CAD standards.
Perform site field checks.
Perform property information research duties for record of surveys, tract maps, parcel maps, deeds, as?built, etc., using internet and document search software.
Analyze field data & plot accurately onto a cad file (i.e. description codes, invert Dip sheets)
Ability to create a 3D model from a point cloud.
Adjust conventional and G.P.S. control networks.
Resolve boundaries using accepted boundary and legal principles and case, state and federal laws under supervision of a Licensed Land Surveyor
Other duties as assigned.
Why Kier + Wright?
Great culture – Team Collaboration, Innovative problem solving, Responsive to clients, Passionate about work
Medical, Dental and Vision 100% paid for by Kier & Wright for you + family
401(k) and Profit Sharing
Free office snacks
Bachelor’s degree in Geomatics Engineering, Civil Engineering, or equivalent years of experience in Land Surveying
5+ years’ relevant experience
Land Surveyor in Training (LSIT) required, License preferred
General knowledge of computers, Microsoft office, Adobe, Internet, Bluebeam, etc.
Experience with AutoCAD Civil 3D, required.
Knowledge and understanding of all types of utility plans
Since 1972, Kier & Wright has provided both private and public sector clients with engineering and surveying work that is efficient, cost-effective and forward-thinking. We offer a full range of services to support land development and redevelopment projects throughout California. Learn more about our services at kierwright.com. EEO