Manager, Chief Land Surveyor
This is a professional, surveying position involved in planning, organizing, directing and coordinating surveying field activities and participating in office and field routines when required. Includes drafting, field checks, and maintenance of field records. Reports to the Civil Engineer III.
Examples of Duties
1. Coordinates and plans the work of a group of technical personnel engaged in surveying work.
2. Participates in engineering office activities such as issuance of survey work orders, reviews and files survey field notes including calculations and legal description writing. Prepares and conducts employee PERs. Screens and interviews applicants, counsels employees, and solves problems.
3. Supervises the survey of Public Works construction both public and private based on designs and plans prepared by the Engineering Department and others. Including, but not limited to, plat review.
4. Establishes systems for maintaining proper records for engineering and construction work administered by the Engineering Department.
5. Provides engineering field information for officials, contractors, developers, project engineers, and the general public. Ability to perform duties of Survey Party Chief and Survey Technicians I and II.
6. Works with contractors, local surveyors, builders, developers, and other Departments. Provides communications between field and office based personnel.
Graduation from high school, vocational school, or GED, and five (5) years experience in supervising land and engineering survey work, or an equivalent combination of training, education and experience.
Must currently hold a valid license in the State of Florida and registered as a Professional Land Surveyor or Professional Surveyor and Mapper in the State of Florida.
Must possess and maintain a valid Florida operator’s driver’s license with an acceptable driving record.