AREA SURVEY MANAGER required by our Client, an construction company, to be hired on a full-time basis, located inNorfolk, VA.
Performs calculations and designs for alignments, drainage, structures and roadway modeling
Creates, manages and maintains the survey control network, project layout and construction data
Manages survey equipment resources, including routine verifications and annual calibrations
Processes the raw data captured by the field crews using Microstation Openroads/GEOPAK, Trimble Business Center and Civil 3D software. Keeps all survey files on the Project Common Data Environment in a neat and organized manner, as directed by the Project Survey Manager
Establishes and maintain standardized machine control/survey 3D models and construction survey data for project level operations
Coordinates and schedules work of the department with Construction Managers and Superintendents on a daily/weekly basis
Works with engineering and construction operations to establish survey needs
Find potential issues ahead of time and be able to problem solve
Ensures the work performed within the department is in compliance with the QA standards
Helps create and implement internal and external department-level Standard Operating Procedures (SOP)
Manages the professional development and growth opportunities for the members of the team
Has the ability to work under pressure and coordinate numerous activities and groups of people who need to cooperate to achieve maximum efficiency
EXPERIENCE / QUALIFICATIONS
High school diploma or GED from an accredited institution.
Minimum ten years’ surveying experience
Minimum one year experience managing survey teams in heavy infrastructure projects
Special requirement for Tunnel Survey Manager: Minimum Five years of demonstrable experience in TBM projects.
Special requirement for Marine Bridges Survey Manager: Minimum Five years of demonstrable experience in marine bridge projects.
Special requirement for Island Expansion Survey Manager: Minimum Five years of demonstrable experience in heavy civil marine projects that involve underwater works (island expansion/rehabilitation, dredging, diking, rock placement, etc.).
Special requirement for Roadway Survey Manager: Minimum Five years of demonstrable experience in heavy civil highway projects.
While performing essential job functions, the employee is required to frequently inspect and supervise job operations and may be exposed to ongoing construction. Ability to access all areas of a jobsite is required for the position.
Bachelor's Degree in Civil Engineering from an accredited institution.
Sound knowledge of geometry, probability, statistical inference, survey control networks, least squares adjustment and common survey procedures that lead toward high accuracies.
Demonstrable experience with Microstation Openroads/GEOPAK, Civil 3D and Trimble Business Center
Demonstrable experience with 3D Machine control
Ability to communicate with a vast range of support entities including Engineers, Superintendents, and Architects
Possess strong problem solving abilities to address and solve survey challenges associated with construction operations
Ability to read and interpret construction drawings and specifications and translate into survey data for layout in the field
Good attention to detail with the ability to recognize discrepancies