Jacobs Survey Instrument Operator - Entry Level in Mcdonough, Georgia
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We are looking for a dedicated Junior Land Surveyor to grow with our collaborative team and work on a variety of land development projects.
Perform field surveying tasks under the direction of a Party Chief.
Operate and adjust surveying instruments including GPS, total stations, and levels.
Produce quality raw field data with clear and concise field notes with attention to detail.
Work outdoors in variable weather and environmental conditions.
Perform some office duties including data download, field notes, keeping good receipt records for expense reports, mileage logs, and daily safety logs.
Follow Jacobs’s safety protocols.
Preserve and enhance the Jacobs brand through knowledge and experience, presenting yourself as a professional at all times.
This is a field position that has the following physical demands over a 10-hour period daily when working onsite.
Requires physical exertion in various conditions of climate and hilly and hard asphalt/concrete terrain.
Requires long periods of standing, crouching, stooping, stretching, reaching, or similar activities.
Requires recurring lifting of moderately heavy items (50 lbs.) such as surveying equipment and related surveying field items.
Requires general physical and mental characteristics and abilities leading to above-average agility and dexterity, adaptability, to different field conditions, knowledge of safety protocols and procedures.
Here’s What You’ll Need:
High School diploma
Valid driver’s license
Ability to pass drug screening and background checks
Out of town will be required (approximately 50%)
Dependable, reliable and self-motivated to show up for work at a given designated start time
Ideally, you'll also have:
Experience in Leica and Trimble surveying equipment
An understanding of GDOT coding list
UAV operation and remote pilot license
Experience in locating and marking underground utilities
Experience in routing surveys, railroad, topographic mapping, laser scanning, or other infrastructure surveys
Land Surveyor in Training (LSIT)
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