Surveyor

So, here’s how we work. We all get together (and we mean everyone from every needed specialty) to shape an idea. You’ll have an engineer around the table with a landscape architect, a surveyor, maybe even a traffic engineer. From this invigorating first moment of creativity, we are shaping something. This is a chance to learn and advance your land surveying skills in a dynamic environment with some incredible peers who are there to teach and inspire and learn from you. We’re looking for someone who is advanced in their career, so if you have a two-year degree or comparable experience, practice in being a good listener, and the ability and desire to collaborate and learn inside the collective, you better just go ahead and submit an application. We can’t wait to meet you!

We currently are seeking candidates for Surveyors to work out of our Bridgton, Falmouth, and/or South Portland locations. 

Typical Duties and Responsibilities:

This is our outline to provide points of clarity. While it’s not exhaustive, these are good specifics to be aware of. Not every single person meets every single one of these criteria, don’t let that stop you from applying. Together, we shape the new owner and teammate experience with thoughtful training and ever-present peer support.

  • Being familiar with proper procedures for the care, cleaning and use of a variety of surveying tools and equipment, including field radios.
  • Know how to operate, check and perform basic field adjustments on transits, theodolite, EDMI, total stations, total electronic station, data collectors, levels, compass, tribrachs, and tripods. Includes repeating observations and steel taping. 
  • Perform mathematical checks of trigonometry, geometry, algebra, coordinate geometry, and basic surveying computations. 
  • Have a working knowledge of hand-held calculators is important. 
  • Be able to perform traverse and level loop computations including closure, precision determination and adjustment computations. 
  • Be familiar with taping corrections, basic principles of measurement, EDMI baseline comparison computations, error propagation, and astronomic azimuth determination. 
  • Perform and/or check lot, area, and intersection (bearing-bearing, distance-distance, bearing-distance) computations. 
  • Have a general understanding of land use regulations as they relate to lot and site development.

Knowledge/Competencies

  • Knowing the principles of performing basic surveys: leveling, traversing, public land surveys, metes and bounds surveys, construction surveys, horizontal control surveys, State Plane Coordinate surveys and as-built surveys. 
  • Familiarity with requirements of global positioning (GPS) and geographical land information systems (G/LIS). 
  • General knowledge of hydrographic, mining and photogrammetric surveying. 
  • Know the principles of astronomical observations. 
  • Ability to coordinate and supervise fieldwork for a variety of standard types of surveys. 
  • Knowledge of proper record keeping, timekeeping, and job expenses. 
  • Ability to keep, reduce, and check (for completeness and accuracy) neat and orderly field notes for standard surveying operations: leveling, traversing, topographic mapping, layout, as-built surveys, boundary surveys, profile and cross-section surveys. 
  • Use of hand-held calculations or microcomputer software, be able to enter field data and produce positional information. 
  • Knowing when to use, how to obtain, and how to interpret control point records and data sheets, as well as locate points in the field. 
  • Knowledge of and familiarization with general applications of CAD. 
  • Be able to coordinate design elements, obtained from professionals, into final drawings. 
  • Knowledge of surveying ethics and technical standards and organizations such as MSPS, ALTA, NGS, ACSM, BLMS, and ASCE.

Education

  •  2-year Associates or 4-year B.S. degree in Surveying/Surveying Technology preferred.

Physical Activities and Requirements:

  • Ability to stand for long periods of time.
  • Ability to walk long distance if required.
  • Ability to climb embankments.
  • Ability to bend at the waist and knees.
  • Exposure to all types of Maine weather.

This is a great opportunity to work on an extremely diverse array of projects as a co-owner and co-creator of this team. We respect people, so we offer an excellent work environment, competitive salaries, and great benefits. We don’t ever stop providing opportunities for professional and personal growth while working for our collective success as we shape together.

Interested individuals can submit a cover letter and resume to Mary Kozicki LaFontaine, Director of Employee Development & Engagement, by applying directly through LinkedIn or filling out the form on our website: https://www.sebagotechnics.com/who-we-are/careers/surveyor/

Sebago Technics embraces diversity and equal opportunity.  We are committed to building a team of employee-owners that is inclusive and represents our community in terms of backgrounds, perspectives, and skills. The more inclusive we are, the better our work will be.  As such, all employment is decided on the basis of qualifications, merit and business need; we encourage all applicants regardless of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age, veteran status, disability, or other applicable legally protected characteristics.

2022 BENEFIT SUMMARY

Medical Insurance (CIGNA):
There are (2) plans from which to choose: PPO and HSA (Both plans Include Health Reimbursement Arrangement). Employer pays 90% of the Employee’s Premiums
Dental Insurance (Delta Dental):
Employer pays 100% of Employee’s premiums
Vision (Delta Vision):
Employee pays 100%
Flex Spending Account (Paylocity):
Medical/Health care reimbursement for items/services not covered by insurance; Child Care Reimbursement
Basic Life and AD&D Insurance (UNUM):
Employer pays 100% for Employee in the amount of $50,000
Voluntary Life and AD&D Insurance (UNUM):
Employee pays 100% of premiums for all Voluntary elections.
Short-Term Disability Insurance (UNUM):
Premiums are paid 100% by the Employer, and are based on the Employee’s Current Salary
Long-Term Disability Insurance (UNUM):
Premiums are paid 100% by the Employee, and are based on the Employee’s Current Salary
Earned Time Off (ETO):
Amount of ETO is based on years of service and accrues each payroll period.
Holidays:
New Year’s Day, President’s Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day and Thanksgiving Friday, and Christmas Day.
Additional Paid Time off:
Employee receives 4 days per calendar year for any reason: other holiday(s), sick, vacation, etc.
Employee Stock Owner Plan (ESOP):
A retirement-type plan in which a trust holds stock for its beneficiaries, the employee-owners. All contributions to ESOPs come from the employer—there is no out-of-pocket expense for employee-owners
401K Safe-Harbor (American Funds):
Employee is eligible to participate in the 401K program after 6 months of employment. As a Safe-Harbor plan Employees are fully vested at beginning of participation for the Employer Match.
Professional Development:
Sebago Technics will provide $1000.00 annually, for the purpose of continuing education pertaining to his/her profession and/or license

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