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Job: Civil Engineering Survey Crew Chief, EMH&T, Indianapolis, IN


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General Information

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Job title: Civil Engineering Survey Crew Chief
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Job location: Indianapolis, IN  46250 United States
Requisition code:
Date posted: 10/23/2017
Job type: Full-Time
Compensation: EMH&T offers a generous benefit package to all full-time employees that includes medical, dental, vision, pharmacy, immediate accrued paid time off, paid sick time, 401(k) with match, company paid life, long-term disability, short term disability and AD&D insurance, and wellness program. Annually, based on yearend business results, an employee’s eligibility for a bonus is reviewed taking into account the individual’s performance and contributions.
Job category:Civil Engineering
Land Surveying
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Job Description


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At EMH&T, our employees enjoy the stability and traditions that come with a company backed by 90 years of strong growth and the personal satisfaction born of an employee-centered culture. We focus on our people and the communities where we live, work, and play. We believe in diversity and inclusiveness and we place a strong emphasis on developing the kind of workplace that fosters collaboration, empowerment, creativity, and a passion for professionalism.

EMH&T is currently looking for a Survey Crew Chief to work with our survey team based in our Indianapolis, IN office.

Using a broad array of surveying methods, techniques and equipment, organizes and maintains efficiency of the field survey crew in completing specific tasks for private and public clients.

The position will make accurate measurements and delineate property boundaries; gather data relevant to specific land features, including shape, contour, location, elevation and dimension for the preparation of ALTA and boundary surveys; accurately record and convey this information for use in engineering, mapping, construction; and perform basic survey calculations.

This role has lead responsibility to manage field crew while being actively involved in the accurate recording and calculations of field data; provide instruction and development of field crew members to ensure accuracy and accountability of the team; and respond appropriately to inquiries about survey projects or presence of survey teams to clients, contractors, utility or municipal personnel or property owners.
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Job Requirements


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Qualified candidates will have a High School diploma or equivalent. Five (5) years experience with boundary and topographic surveys, ALTA/ACSM land title surveys and construction staking. Working knowledge of Electronic Total Stations and data collection. Five (5) years experience with Trimble robotic total stations and Trimble GPS preferred. Two (2) year minimum in a crew lead role required.

Ability to plan, organize, assign, motivate and evaluate the work of others.
•Ability to read and interpret construction plans, maps and property descriptions.
•Ability to interact with the public and appropriately answer questions or issues raised by property owners and others as to the nature of the work, while demonstrating a concern for the client.
•Ability to work out of doors in all types of inclement weather for extended periods of time.
•Ability to provide clear, concise verbal instructions and written reports.
•Organized and possesses a great attention to detail
•Must have a valid driver license and good driving record
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