Surveyors (11272BR) Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada

Hatch Mott MacDonald is an award, employee-owned engineering firm with a reputation for technical excellence, innovation, and overcoming complex engineering challenges. Being part of the HMM team provides the opportunity to work with dedicated professionals a broad range of infrastructure, transportation, water & wastewater and environmental projects. Hatch Mott MacDonald is an equal opportunity employer and values a diverse workforce.

HMM has recently been retained by the Department of Transportation and Works (DTW), Newfoundland and Labrador, to provide construction engineering services for Project 93-12 THR to widen and upgrad an 80km stretch of highway between Red Bay and Lodge Bay. We are currently seeking qualified candidates to join our project team.

As the qualified candidate, you possess:

- C.E.T, with minimum of 2 years surveying experience.

- Familiar with DTW NL survey/geomatics practices.

- Familiar with, and proficiency in,the operation of survey equipment such as the Total Station/Data Collector, Level, and various Global Positioning System (GPS) methods.

- Familiar with commonly used surveying terms and with the use and care of survey tools and other survey field equipment used for measuring, sighting, and leveling.

- Familiar with the latest software for downloading survey data from data collectors.

- Knowledge in the various methods of surveying

- Strong leadership skills, work ethic, and team-player attitude.

- Strong technical, documentation, and organizational skills.

- Strong computer skills an asset.

Responsibilities include, but not limited:

- Locate, review, and research job locations for identifying landmarks, physical objects, and significant land changes that would affect the survey.

- Keep accurate notes, records, and sketches to describe work performed.

- Work with the survey crew, evaluate priorities and coordinate and organize the work efforts.

-- Ensure that collected information are accurate and conform to regulations and standards.

- Consult with computer operators and assist the final production of work performed.

- Coordinate findings of the work with engineering personnel, and others concerned with project.

- Research previous survey evidence, maps, deeds, physical evidence, and other records to obtain data needed for surveys.

- Determine methods and procedures for establishing or reestablishing survey control.

- Supervise the maintenance of instruments and equipment (senior surveyor)