Snyder & Associates, Inc.

Land Surveyor

US-IA-Ankeny
2 months ago
Job ID
2017-1242
# Positions
1
Experience (Years)
5
Category
Engineering - Survey

Overview

The Snyder & Associates' Ankeny, IA office has an immediate need for an experienced land surveyor.

 

Precise land surveying provides the groundwork for sound design and determines project success. Snyder & Associates, Inc. coordinates with project teams to fulfill the data owners, contractors, and design professionals need to complete projects quickly and efficiently. We excel at meeting challenging scheduling demands, even when the needs change once we arrive.

 

 

Responsibilities

Responsible for performing as a surveyor or survey technician in all facets of surveying including but not limited to:

  • Perform thorough research of land records from government offices or online resources.
  • Boundary calculations using fundamental survey principles and practices to establish property, R.O.W. and easement lines.
  • Research, analyze and resolves land surveying issues that may arise.
  • Prepare land survey documents that may include: boundary retracement surveys, plat of surveys, ALTA Surveys, topographical surveys, easement/acquisition plats, and final plats with associated legal descriptions.
  • Preparation of land survey documents to ensure they are in compliance with state and local ordinances.
  • Solid understanding of land surveying aptitudes which would include but not limited to the history, principal, technical, and interpretation.
  • Ability to analyze complex property descriptions.
  • Title and abstract review.
  • Understanding of coordinate systems and vertical datum’s.

Qualifications

  • Professional Licensed Surveyor or Land Surveyor in Training status preferred.
  • Minimum 5 years’ experience in land surveying in North America.
  • Team player who is able to contribute on an individual basis.
  • Strong problem solving skills.
  • Efficient and safe work habits.
  • Reliable, punctual and regular attendance.

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