CNC Engineering is currently seeking a Survey Manager to join our team in the City of Industry, CA. As the Survey Manager, you will plan, organize, direct, and build the survey department.
Essential duties and responsibilities would be as follows:
- Supervise and/or coordinate work efforts of the survey department and make hiring recommendations.
- Project management responsibilities include client contact, data management, boundary determinations, preparing legal descriptions, construction layout calculations and file preparation.
- Work includes all facets of land and engineering surveys, ALTA/NSPS surveys, site, and roadway design surveys, route surveys, construction surveys, supervision and production of surveying projects, drawing and other related work products and services.
- Overseeing the surveying function of the business to meet client needs by performing skilled, technical work in the surveying, mapping, and drafting of projects.
- Much of the work involves the coordination and gathering of data from outside agencies, as well as providing pertinent information to contractors and developers.
- Review, organize and plan the Survey schedule to assure surveys are completed on-time and coordinate new project surveys into the schedule.
- Assign field projects based on best skills available and available personnel.
- Provide quality control oversight and technical support on projects.
- Verify and document that departmental employees are appropriately trained to operate survey equipment and comply with safety standards.
- Verify that survey staff maintains proper documentation necessary for change orders, field notebooks, time sheets, project records, vehicle operation, and maintenance records.
- Oversee and monitor survey equipment to ensure that it is properly maintained, calibrated and fully accounted for on a regular schedule.
- Resolve problems with local government officials, inspectors, customer representatives and work crews on job sites or delegate, as needed.
- Review completed work to assure that survey group complies with all applicable Professional, Federal, State, and Local laws and regulations.
What you need to be successful in this position:
- Bachelor of Science in Surveying or related field required
- Must be a current, licensed Professional Surveyor in California
- 4+ years of experience after licensure in boundary, topographic, and construction surveys, design surveys, subdivision plats, ALTA/NSPS surveys, water rights surveys, and horizontal and vertical control networks for aerial and GPS surveys
- Must be proficient in the use of computers, specifically with CAD and Land Surveying software such as Trimble Business Center, MicroSurvey StarNET, AutoCAD Civil-3D, Land Development Desktop, as well as Microsoft Office Suite
- Good moral character and reputation
- Must have strong organizational skills to manage multiple projects
- Must be self-directed with good verbal and written communication skills