Senior Survey Engineering Technician - Office
Substations, Telecomm & Metering Assets
This posting intends to fill one regular full-time position, and create an eligibility list which may be used to fill regular full-time and limited term vacancies over the next two years.
This posting is only for the Senior Survey Engineering Technician (4794BR) position. If you would like to also be considered for the journey-level Survey Engineering Technician position, please be sure to submit an application to the Survey Engineering Technician - Journey (5047BR) job posting.
To apply, please visit www.smud.org/careers
Performs technical surveying duties in the office for property, construction, precise surveys (including engineering, deformation and as-built surveys), and topographical survey functions.
This is the lead and/or journey level job class in the Survey Engineering Technician series. Incumbents may serve in a lead capacity and direct the work of an assigned field crew, and/or may serve as specialists who work independently and deal with the most complex and technical analysis of survey data in an office setting.
Position Type: Regular - Full Time
No. of Openings: 1
Pay Scale Group: OSE0735A
Base Salary Hourly Low
Base Salary Hourly High
Initial Review, Qualifications Interview, Follow-Up Interview, Reference Check, Background Check
Major Duties & Responsibilities
Work may include, but is not limited to, the following: (NOTE: While in general all the functions and requirements listed are essential, individual positions and/or locations may not require all duties be performed.)
Provides lead direction to an assigned field survey crew; plans, assigns, directs, and reviews the daily activities of a field survey crew in conducting preliminary, location, construction, property, precise, topographic, or other engineering surveys.
Performs the more difficult survey calculations using trigonometry, coordinate geometry, algebra, and statistics.
Prepares complex survey drawings such as topographical, right-of-way, and profile, using AutoCAD and Trimble survey software.
Interprets legal descriptions, construction plans, and recorded maps; prepares computerized legal descriptions.
Researches and compiles recorded documents and maps; resolves discrepancies between recorded and surveyed data.
Maintains records of instrument readings, landmarks, reference points, land descriptions, sketches, computations, and construction data.
Reviews maps, deeds, plans, and related data to determine the most efficient method of conducting assigned survey projects; briefs coworkers on survey objectives and procedures.
Researches and identifies monuments, benchmarks, property markers, and other reference points required for survey control.
Trains and instructs coworkers in surveying methods, procedures, practices, and survey drafting.
AA degree in Surveying or related field or equivalent experience.
Two (2) years surveying experience comparable to or higher than the Survey Engineering Technician; and three (3) years land surveying experience. Without an AA degree an additional two (2) years (4 years total) of relevant survey experience is required.
Basic leadership principles and practices; complex land, topographic, and construction surveying principles and practices; boundary control and legal principles of land surveying; writing accurate legal descriptions; computer software applications for surveying work including AutoCAD and Trimble; Global Positioning System (GPS) systems and software surveying applications; mathematics through trigonometry as applied to geodetic and plane surveying; proper English usage, grammar, punctuation, vocabulary, and spelling; primary program objectives and functions of assigned area; mandated workplace/field safety training.
Plan, direct, and review the work of others on a project or day-to-day basis; organize, prioritize, and coordinate multiple work activities and meet critical deadlines; accurately calculate and interpret maps and construction plans; prepare clear and concise survey drawings and property descriptions; recognize discrepancies and use sound judgment in resolving survey related issues; prepare legal descriptions for real property, easements, and rights-of-way; understand and follow complex or brief oral and written instructions; communicate effectively and clearly in English with coworkers and clients; establish and maintain effective office procedures, records, sketches, note keeping, and associated files; work in a safe and effective manner; meet and deal tactfully with contractors, estimator's representatives, regulators, property owners and other employees; operate computers and use/modify designated software programs and databases; use and use a variety of business office equipment.
Certificate of Registration as a Land Surveyor-in-Training
Proficiency with AutoCAD and Civil3D
Experience using Trimble survey equipment
Possession of a valid California driver's license (Class C).
Applicants must be able to perform the essential job functions with or without a reasonable accommodation.
This position may be eligible for SMUD's remote work employee benefit, the schedule of which will be determined by the successful candidate and the Hiring Manager. SMUD takes pride in powering the Sacramento region community where we live and work. We value the strong working relationships we develop with our colleagues. Our approach to remote work will continue to evolve. Please be aware that should SMUD’s business needs change, emergencies occur, or various other reasons arise, you may be required to report onsite on a part-time or full-time basis.
Job Code50092752 SR SURV ENGRG TECH-OFF
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