Senior Land Surveyor
$42.38 - $64.04 Hourly
$7,346.07 - $11,100.98 Monthly
$88,152.90 - $133,211.73 Annually
The Transportation Department has an opportunity for a Senior Land Surveyor in Riverside. The Senior Land Surveyor will support the department's Surveyor Division and will play an important role in supervising work performed in both the office and the field.
The incumbent will be responsible for supervising field survey crews performing construction survey activities and providing direction to office staff performing a variety of survey activities in the Geodetic section. The selected candidate will be responsible for executing the full scope of supervision for staff members, which includes setting the priorities of land survey personnel on either a field survey crew or in an office setting, monitoring the progress of work to ensure that projects are completed timely, and evaluating work performance. The incumbent will also perform complex land surveying work and may serve as a subject matter expert in specific functional areas.
The selected candidate will be a seasoned land surveyor with an in-depth understanding of survey principles and practices as applied to preliminary surveys, legal descriptions, subdivision mapping, construction, and topographic, geodetic, and photogrammetric surveys.
The most competitive candidates will have experience performing surveying work for large road construction projects and are familiar with MicroStation, InRoads, ArcGIS, and Microsoft Excel. The Senior Land Surveyor operates in a fast-paced, time-sensitive and customer service-oriented work environment and will draw upon considerable knowledge of County of Riverside ordinances, the Professional Land Surveyors Act, and other related regulations to ensure the work is executed in accordance with requirements.
For more information about the County of Riverside Surveyor, please view the following video https://vimeo.com/612890856/db27ce33e1
Experience: One year of land surveying experience in a supervisory capacity.
Knowledge of: Effective methods of supervising and training personnel; survey principles and practices as applied to preliminary, legal, land, construction, topographic, geodetic, and photogrammetric surveys; mathematics through trigonometry as applied to surveying; the general principles of the subdivision of land and the Subdivision Map Act; the State Coordinate System.
Ability to: Supervise, plan, and direct the work of others in a complex technical section; interpret plans, specifications, and survey notes; establish and maintain effective working relationships with others.
License: Possession of a valid California Driver's License.
Possession of a valid certificate of registration as a licensed Land Surveyor issued by the
California State Board of Registration for Professional Engineers,
A certificate of registration as a Civil Engineer issued prior to January 1, 1982 by the State
Board of Registration for Professional Engineers.
For consideration, please submit application at www.rc-hr.com
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