We have Three fresh new available surveying jobs positions in Texas. Take a look and send over your resume if you are interested.  You can also scan the corresponding QR code for the job and apply with your mobile phone.

Party Chief/ I-Man

Aerotek (Dallas, Texas)

Posted:
November 3, 2011
Address:
Dallas, TX 75201
Description:
Aerotek is partnering with a number of engineering firms in the Dallas/Fort Worth area. We are always looking for quality Instrument men and party chiefs that are familular with construction surveying.

HR Manager

Cude Engineers (San Antonio, Texas)

Posted:
November 2, 2011
Address:
San Antonio, TX 78232
Type:
Description:
San Antonio Engineering firm seeking S.I.T./recent RPLS with opportunity for growth potential. Experience in land surveying, platting, construction staking, GPS, CAD and field procedures required. Primarily responsible for providing support to Survey Manager by calculating, analyzing, organizing, coordinating and researching. Email resumes to [email protected]
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SURVEY LEAD

SmartGeoMetrics (Houston, Texas)

Posted:
October 20, 2011
Address:
Houston, TX 77002
Description:
SURVEY LEAD
BASED IN HOUSTON, TX

DO NOT CALL - EMAIL ONLY: [email protected]


JOB DESCRIPTION
Survey Lead will assist the Party Chief in all aspects of traditional survey and/or dimensional control as stand alone application or in support of 3D laser scanning data acquisition and management. Field project work will be executed in a variety of environments from upstream/downstream oil & gas, civil infrastructure, architectural, construction management, governmental or historical restoration to name a few. Candidate will be required to become proficient in hardware and software used in 3D laser data collection, processing and management. This job offers an excellent opportunity to gain new skills and abilities in a fast growing, in-demand, high-technology field.

QUALIFICATIONS

Must have at least 2-years experience in traditional survey.
Background in CAD or 3D visualization software a plus. High school diploma or GED required; some college preferred.
Honorably Discharged Veterans encouraged to apply.
Must hold valid US passport or US Permanent Residence Card in order to obtain clearance to secure and/or classified government or industrial facilities (ie. naval bases, nuclear power plants) to execute contract project-work.
Must have excellent communication skills in both written and spoken English.


ABSOLUTE JOB REQUIREMENTS

Must have a positive work ethic and the ability to follow proven methodologies and established project execution workflows.
ATTENTION TO DETAIL IS AN ABSOLUTE MUST.
Must be willing to travel extensively both domestically and internationally; and to work in challenging environments (ie. off-shore facilities, mining camps, extreme temperatures) for extended periods of time.
Must be able to safely carry sensitive, high-value equipment weighing up to 85 pounds vertically and horizontally for substantial distances.
Must be able to pass background checks, drug screens and safety tests in order to execute contract project-work in government and/or industrial facilities.


STARTING COMPENSATION

$18/hr 1st 90 days then $21/hr. OT/ benefits included. Potential for advancement based on candidates abilities. The company compensates and promotes based on performance.
Salary:
$18/hr starting
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