- Four years of journey-level, paraprofessional engineering experience
- Equivalent combination of training, education, and experience that would provide the required knowledge and abilities
- Appointees must obtain Land Surveyor-in-Training Certification (LSIT) within one year of appointment
- Possession of a valid Oklahoma Driver’s License is required
Work is performed both outdoors and in an office environment. Outdoor work may be conducted at landfills, construction sites, and in traffic. To perform the essential functions of the job, candidates may be required to perform moderately strenuous tasks, such as lifting and carrying instruments weighing up to 75 pounds over rough terrain. Candidates may also be required to clear vegetation, dig holes, and pound stakes with hand tools.
Knowledge of: principles and practices of land surveying, including boundary determination, legal descriptions, construction, topographic surveying, and GIS; field surveying practices and techniques, including radial staking; uses and capabilities of survey instruments, including electronic total station, data collector, theodolites, network control stations, and GPS measuring equipment; laws, rules, and regulations regarding subdivisions of land, boundary locations, mapping, and surveying practices, including the Professional Land Surveyor’s Act; principles of algebra, geometry, and trigonometry as used in field survey analysis; technical report writing; and computer assisted surveying applications.
Previous experience with municipalities a plus.
Applicants interested in more information about this job opportunity call (405)755-5325 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.