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Surveyor Duties & Responsibilities

The job duties that surveyors should expect to have can be diverse and require various training and skills. (Some listed below are required but not all all necessary).

  • Conduct physical site surveys using a variety of equipment and tools.
  • Prepare sketches and notes, and perform electronic data collection.
  • Coordinate field staff and process field data.
  • Verify the accuracy of survey data, including measurements and calculations conducted at survey sites.
  • CalculateĀ areas of land parcels and easements using mathematics and computer software.
  • Research previous survey evidence, including maps, deeds, physical evidence, and other records to obtain data needed for surveys.
  • Prepare site surveying documents and present findings to clients.
  • Office surveyor and field technician who can work remotely
  • Work on Contract basis

Please contact Thomas at 310-666-2510 if you are interested or [email protected]

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