hi friends i need entry level surveyor job.
i have done my masters in geo-spatial science and technology from Indian institute of surveying & mapping, survey of India. so provide me small entry level job
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Submitted by Deddy Priatna on October 19, 2015 at 7:19pm — Comment On This...
This happened over 25 years ago but I still remember it.
When I was an instrument man for a small surveying firm, I was new, young, and being trained by the party chief that had twenty years of field experience and was quite the outdoorsman. It was very hot outside, and we were way out in the county surveying a large tract of land. I had a good set up and the party chief was about 300 feet ahead of me with a prism pole. The rodman, who was also new on the job, had stayed back…Read more →
Submitted by Rob Powell on October 15, 2015 at 3:08pm — Comment On This...
You've decided that you want to save money and survey your own land. Maybe you just bought a piece of land, or inherited your grandfathers farm, or maybe you've had a dispute with a neighbor and you want to survey your own land to know where the boundary line is located. The idea is a great one, you pick up a few pieces of surveying equipment, take some measurements and you just avoided all the expense of hiring a land surveyor. You have been told by your friends that land surveys are…Read more →
Submitted by Justin Farrow on September 17, 2015 at 2:00pm — Comment On This...
Two apprentices were sent to measure a flag pole, and after trying to measure with tape, which bent and fell, trying to climb and sliding down and measuring the shadow but not knowing what to do with it, a salty old party chief noticed their dilema and ask what their problem was. The said they need to find out how high the pole was, the Chief grunted and retrieved a wrench from his truck, unbolted the pole, laid it down and measured it, 45 feet he exclaimed, and walked away, The two…Read more →
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Two apprentices were sent to measure a flag pole, and after trying to measure with tape, which bent and fell, trying to climb and sliding down and measuring the shadow but not knowing what to do with it, a salty old party chief noticed their dilema and ask what their problem was. The said they need to find out how high the pole was, the Chief grunted and retrieved a wrench from his truck, unbolted the pole, laid it down and measured it, 45 feet he exclaimed,…Read more →
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CEASER stands for Civil Engineering And Surveying Earthworks Routines!
Submitted by Michael Papenhagen on July 27, 2015 at 8:59am — Comment On This...
Following examples are calculated with BestNetwork.
Free Station is also known as Resection. Get Location of the total station by measuring distance and angles to known points (back…
Land Surveyors United is an awesome community, and I'm pleased to be able to give back to LSU with your help. Colburn Strategic Partners will donate 10% of every Geov8 Virtual Expo registration to LSU using this link,…Read more →
Submitted by Eric Colburn on June 26, 2015 at 7:30pm — Comment On This...
I am Azman Arefeen, a Permanent Resident of Australia. Recently, I completed my Certificate 3 in Surveying and Spatial Information Services from TAFE Ultimo. I am looking for an Apprenticeship/ Traineeship while I do my Diploma. If someone can help me, it would really mean a lot for me.
Submitted by Azman on June 18, 2015 at 11:33am — Comment On This...
Now that I am a retired surveyor I may spend more time thinking about my garden than thinking about surveying. But I still find some topics interesting. You may see a response from me once in a while if I think there is something I can add. Mostly I will lurk because I do not ponder new technology. New technology…Read more →
There is a major upgrade on the Mobile Surveying Program for Windows Mobile Handheld Units, which can be downloaded for free at www.ceaser.co.za.
Submitted by Michael Papenhagen on June 7, 2015 at 5:27am — Comment On This...
Honored to see Survey Earth in a Day 4D featured this week on GPS World Magazine cover!
Things are starting to ramp up with less than 20 days to go until the big event!…Read more →
Our process for gathering the data from thousands of points around the earth in a single day has changed a bit over the years. This year we are going to try something different. Instead of waiting until Survey Earth in a Day to release the magic button/form for data submission, this year we are going to roll it out early and allow you…Read more →
Here are a couple of articles published today that may be of interest and I encourage you to share links that you have stumbled across in the comments below.Read more →
Submitted by Survenator on May 20, 2015 at 1:00pm — Comment On This...
As the largest community body of land surveyors anywhere in the world with close to 8000 members, we have a responsibility. We must do all that we can to educate the public regarding our importance to society in order to pave the way for those who come after us. One way to accomplish this would be for each of us to record a short PSA sharing the nature of surveying jobs in the places where we live.
For Example, this PSA was submitted by…Read more →