Survey Field Party Chief

Washington, D.C. 00000

Employment Type: Contract to Perm Job Category: Civil Engineering Job Number: Cg522570928 Compensation: $24-36.2 / hour

Job Description

Job Title: Survey Field Party Chief

Location: Maryland/Washington DC/Virginia

Type: Contract to Hire 

Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
· Support the daily functions of the field survey crew(s).
· Thorough understanding of the project scope and support scheduling requirements.
· Download, compile, review and edit survey data according to the company’s standards and procedures
· Establish effective communication with the client, peers and crew members.
· Ability to recognize and instruct in case of injury or accident according to the company’s safety protocols
· Instruct all persons under his/her care with site specific dangers and can react immediately in case of injury or
accident to best resolve serious situations.
· Manage all aspects of a field survey crew including site logistics & planning, allocating survey supplies,
subordinate direction, and data acquisition.
· Keep Survey Coordinator and/or Project Manager aware of work load and requests work when needed.
· Although not the primary responsibility of this position, when needed, a Party Chief has the ability to perform the
responsibilities identified in the Senior Technician job description.
· Perform other duties as assigned.

Work Environment
· Duties are largely performed in a field setting.
· Must be able to work outdoors and on construction sites, exposed to outside environmental conditions –
extreme cold, extreme heat, noise, and atmospheric conditions.
· Must be able to work overtime and weekends to meet project demands.
· Position requires travel (up to 100%); valid driver’s license and acceptable DMV record required.

· The employee is regularly required to stand, walk, use hands, reach, talk and hear.
· Position requires long hours and physical ability to hike through a variety of terrains while carrying equipment of
approximately 50 pounds.
· Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, depth perception, and the ability
to adjust focus.

Minimum Qualifications
· Demonstrate the ability to perform all key qualifications of a Senior Technician.
· The ability to clearly and concisely communicate with office staff, about field conditions and/or site issues.
· The ability to perform and manage an array field survey tasks at the direction of the Survey Coordinator and in
accordance with the company’s standards and procedures
· The ability to understand the other parts within the Company that uses produced information to create an end
product, and how improvements in process can help improve end result.
· Excellent computer/internet skills and a thorough working knowledge of the Microsoft Office suite, Adobe, and
survey data download & editing tools.

· A basic understanding of CAD and the ability to review, edit & understand field survey data. · An understanding of survey theory and principles and how to apply them to an array of field tasks including boundary, topographic & vertical surveys. · A thorough understanding of survey maps and construction drawings and extrapolate data for use in the field. · The ability to make decisions and find alternative solutions to problems. 

· High School Diploma required.
 · Associates or Bachelor’s Degree in related field preferred. 
· Ability to pass the Certified Survey Technician (CST) Level II certification exam and/or associates degree in and related field and 5-7 years of experience in field survey OR LSIT and 2-5 years of experience in field survey.
 · Proven understanding of the management of field survey data.

Meet Your Recruiter

Lindsey Begue

Meet Lindsey Begue, a seasoned Technical Recruiter specializing in the Utilities Division. With an impressive 8-year career in recruitment, Lindsey's passion lies in fostering meaningful relationships with candidates and guiding them toward their ideal careers.

As a Technical Recruiter, Lindsey brings a deep understanding of the Utilities Division to her work, allowing her to expertly connect candidates with roles that align with their career goals and aspirations. Her commitment to understanding each candidate's unique journey positions her as a trusted partner in their professional endeavors.

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