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Unemployed Land Surveyors Hub is a place for Land Surveyors United members to find and share Surveying Jobs. If you are a currently unemployed surveyor who would like to read or share Job Hunting Tips or recently employed surveyor with tips to share, this is the hub is for you.  Help us help you find that perfect land surveying opportunity by following and contributing to the discussions in this hub.  Your tips may help the next person find employment.

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200+ Latest Available Surveying Jobs in USA

If you are seeking employment in land surveying and you're following the Land Surveyors International Jobs Board, you know there are a LOT of opportunities out there.   Today I am sharing over 200 of the latest available surveying jobs in the US for you to apply to.    They wouldn't all fit so please see the attached PDF below for all of them... USA Surveying Jobs Feed -50-150perday Title Examiner - Metropolitan Title of Indiana LLC - Fort Wayne, IN Land Surveyor in Training or Professional…

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Surveyor jobs in Sydney

Hi all colleagues ,I'm currently looking for surveyor jobs in Sydney, Australia. I'm an Australian Permanent Resident and I've got 9 year experience in working in varied kinds of surveying such as Stay Cable Bridge, High Rise building, Topographic and Hydrographic Survey... Beisdes, I already worked through many positions in project from Asisstant Surveyor, Surveyor,... Survey Project Manager.  Thus, I'm firmly confident to deploy or conduct any kinds of survey services. As I've just migrated…

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50+ Available Surveying Jobs November 2015

Survey Crew Chief Woolpert  - Chesapeake, VA Qualified candidates will have a BA/BS or 4 years of related experience. Candidates must also have prior experience leading a survey crew. Leading Innovation and Integrity... As... PREMIER 12 days ago from Land Surveying Jobs   Survey Technician-Office Woolpert  - Miami, FL Qualified candidates will have BA/BS in Surveying, CADD, Geography, GIS or related field or minimum 4 years related survey experience. Leading Innovation and Integrity...…

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  • Student Surveyor
    We are hiring in MI, we have several positions open. Signing bonus based on experience + benefits. Seeking a Crew Chief(s), if you are interested get in contact with me ASAP!!! [email protected]
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  • Land Surveyor
    Hello everyone,

    I am Ali Asghar, I am new in Sacramento,CA and looking for new Land Survey/ AutoCAD Drafrer.
    I am working in construction projects (Grading, underground utility's, buildings and road)and I have the experience of drawings (topography, plan and profile, cross section).
    I can work with total station, DGPS and Level also AutoCAD Civil3d.
    If anyone need please let me know.
    Thank you, I look forward to hearing from you.

    Ali Asghar Sarwari
    [email protected]
  • Land Surveyor

    I am from the Indian , I have 7 years experience in Auto cadd (Survey Related) and looking for better career opportunity in surveying. I have experience in topographic, Auto Cadd  and  civil 3D and Airport project and infrastructure projects(sewerage line, Roads surveys)  . I am willing to undergo further training and can work overtime. If anyone is interesting in me or give me some advise, please contact me at aiby517@gmali.

  • Recruiter

    Hi all! I recruit surveyors here in OHIO, we have several positions open. I was able to get 3 surveyors hired in the last 10 days, salary + benefits. I have two clients aggressively seeking a Professional Surveyor, I also have a client seeking a Crew Chief, and another seeking a survey CAD Drafter, if you are interested get in contact with me ASAP!!! [email protected]


  • Student Surveyor

    Hello dear colleagues ,i am a surveyor with 10 years experience and i have  a bachelor degree too,i am searching about  a job in canada and i want  to know about salaries in canada,is there anybody to help me?

  • Government Professional

    Good day! I am from the Philippines and looking for better career opportunity in surveying. I have experience in topographic, hydrographic, cadastral (project control and political boundary) surveys, and teaching. I am primarily interested in geodetic surveys and least squares adjustment. I am willing to undergo further training and can work overtime.

  • Seeking Employment

    Iam from india,ihave 4 year Gcc experince&owned Gcc driving lience.I have experince in LeicaTotal station&Trimble Gps.Experienced in  Airport project and infrastructure projects(sewerage line, Roads)and looking for a job.

  • Unemployed and looking...

  • Seeking Employment

    As a Florida licensed land surveyor who has been out of work since September of 2011, I have found that even though firms are not hiring full time employees, they need people with field and cad experience to accomodate short term needs when business becomes too much of a burden for their current staff.  With that in mind, I have been able to keep busy enough to afford white bread and bologna.  When I send a resume as a response to a posted job, I include in my cover letter that I would be willing to fill in any position required to handle unexpected increases in the work load.  I have gone as far as to offer to fill in when a rodman calls in sick.  If you can make yourself available at a moment's notice, you may be able to create a job market by offering yourself as a 'fill in' for emergency situations, but make sure that your fee is enough to compensate you for your experience and abilities as well as the inconvenience of being available at a moment's notice.  I know that I can be a great rodman for $35 per hour for a few days and it will be worth it to the firm that hires me as well.


    One other option for getting hired... as embarassing as it may be, is to attend the local chapter surveying society meetings and when the chapter president asks if there is any 'new business', raise your hand and announce that you are currently available for full or part time work and be prepared to briefly list your abilities, special skills, licenses, experience and dependability in one minute or less.  It's best not to appear to be too desperate for work or members will get the idea that you have issues that are keeping you from being hired the conventional way... watching the Internet job posts and submitting resumes.


    Times are tough and I have had a difficult time finding work for the last two and a half years, but I have found that I can still find firms that will use me when they know my skills and have workload bottlenecks.  I would love to have a full time job, but I need to improvise to pay the rent and keep my phone on.  I just turned sixty years old in December, so it's not getting easier to find work.  I didn't want to retire at 62, but it may be my only option if we don't pull out of this Obama economy.


    Well, I don't want to get on a rant.  Just wanted to share my thoughts.

    Dean R. Davis, PSM

    Bonita Springs, Florida


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