Engineering Survey Technician I

$34,936 - $61,137 yearly
  • NC Department of Transportation
  • 301 DOT Dr, Asheboro, NC 27205, USA
  • May 09, 2024
Full time Biking, Walking, and Mobility Engineering Roads, Streets, and Sidewalks

Job Description

How to Apply
You must apply at by May 22.
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The Challenge
We are looking for an entry-Level Survey Engineering Technician to join our Randolph County engineering team.
In this role, you will:
    • Support senior technicians and engineers in route location surveying.
    • Perform standardized and non-standardized tasks and assignments compiling, analyzing, computing, editing, and processing field data.
    • Apply limited decision making and use good engineering/surveying judgment.
    • Perform surveying/engineering calculations and computations.
    • Work under supervision of senior technicians and engineers as a part of an engineering survey crew.
    • Lead basic field and office technical assignments relating to highway route location project surveys.
    • Perform survey instrument operations and CADD/computer operations in the surveying and creation of plan sheets and survey data including hydraulic surveys, complex horizontal alignments, setting photogrammetric controls, property condemnations, and Global Positioning System (GPS) field work.
    • Operate Electronic Engineering Survey Equipment and CADD equipment.
    • Complete Courthouse research.
    • Maintain safety and lead by example.
What You Bring
    • Demonstrated ability to verbally communicate technical information, including via handheld radio.
    • Computer skills to perform basic internet tasks, such as online property searches.
    • Basic math skills in geometry, trigonometry, and algebra.
    • Demonstrated ability to follow verbal and written procedures and instructions.
    • Demonstrated ability to work as a team member in less complex assignments, such as collecting data or photogrammetric/topographical features in the field for plan sheet preparation.
Education & Experience
    • Associate's degree in Engineering Technology, Survey Technology or a related field; or
    • An equivalent combination of training and experience.
Don't have an Associates degree?  Still Apply!
If we don't find qualified candidates with an Associate's degree we will consider trainees!
Call me: Debbie Pell at 919-707-6803.
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