My Surveying Experience

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Dundalk, MD


Birthday:

July 27


I am here because I am a...

Government Professional


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Started working with Microstation in 1994, then became a Right-of-Way technician in 2001, then got more involved with surveying in 2005 and have been an Office/Field Survey CAD Technician since then.


I have experience with the following

GPS, cadastral, topographic, boundary surveys, construction staking, topographic surveys, control network surveys, ground movement monitoring, GIS, teaching, Survey Office


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  • Land Surveyor

    The oil & gas industries are hot, hiring, and pay extremely well.  There are opportunities for contract positions in this area.  Does this sound attractive?

  • Land Surveyor

    Bill, you have more than enough experience in surveying for me to want to hire you.  There are no positions available at my company, but there are opportunities out there that may require relocation.  Are you willing to relocate?  Most "headhunters" (yeah, you are the head they are hunting) can negotiate with employers to provide for your relocation expenses.  What are your thoughts on this?

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