5 - 7 years experience • Professional, Scientific & Technical Services
The Geospatial Division of Ayres Associates is seeking candidates for a Surveyor position at our River Falls, WI office. The successful candidate will have an active role in performing and managing diverse geospatial services within the Land Survey Group at Ayres.
Ayres Associates is an employee-owned multi-specialty architectural/engineering and geospatial service firm providing services from a network of 13 offices in five states. Land survey services are provided by an interconnected team of crew chiefs, technicians, professional surveyors, and project managers who are managed as a single group across numerous offices, bringing consistency and flexible resources to our employees and clients.
The ideal candidate will be a Wisconsin or Minnesota professional land surveyor with five or more years of survey experience in a variety of disciplines including boundary, topographic, control surveying, and construction staking. Must be proficient in the use of robotic total stations, RTK GPS and processing field survey data. Experience in the preparation of survey maps utilizing CADD (MicroStation/Civil3D) preferred. Valid driver’s license required. Position may require overtime and occasional out-of-town travel. Familiarity with WisDOT and MnDOT projects is a plus.
Applies sound technical skills and knowledge of surveying, engineering and construction practices to complete survey projects. Type of work includes design surveys (transportation, utility, municipal, environmental and site development); geospatial control and LIDAR QA/QC; land surveys including ALTA, Certified Survey Maps, right-of-way and easement mapping.
Works under the direction of senior professional land survey staff by performing research, field work, and map preparation. Is expected to be able to work independently performing field to finish processes. Implements QA/QC practices for final survey deliverables. Cares for survey equipment daily. Is responsible for adhering to OSHA and required safety practices. Physical requirements include walking over uneven terrain and lifting up to 50 lbs.