Davis Engineering & Surveying, LLC is looking for a motivated and skilled individual to fill the job of Survey Technician.  The ideal candidate will have 1-3 years of experience with boundary, topographic, as-built, ALTA/ACSM surveys and/or civil site development plans for residential, commercial, and/or industrial projects, construction layout and staking, and will be a self-starter, capable of working both independently and with other surveying and engineering professionals on a wide range of projects both in the office and on project sites.

Job Duties:

-         Produce necessary fieldwork for each assigned project quickly and efficiently through the use of current surveying equipment technology including GPS, Data Collectors, Robotic Total Stations, Computers, and other devices. 

-         Utilize CAD software to generate various surveying maps, drawings, and details from field data or other sources as required.

-         Utilize CAD software to design site plans including roads, storm sewers, sanitary sewers, other utilities, erosion, sedimentation, and pollution control, and applicable details under the direction of a Professional Engineer and Registered Land Surveyor.

-         Create point databases and other files for use in construction staking projects and assist field staff as required.

-         Collect field data for use in project design.

-         Perform any other assigned duties as the Supervisor may deem necessary from time to time.

-         General Assignment Distribution - 75% Engineering & Survey Drafting / 20% Data Collection / 5% Other Tasks as Assigned


General Qualifications:

-      Experience with Trimble equipment is preferred, but not required. 

-         General knowledge of land surveying and associated equipment and software is a plus, but not required.

-         General knowledge of CAD software (Carlson a plus, but not required), Microsoft Office Suite, and other software packages.

-         Appropriate communication skills (both verbal and written) and the ability to make appropriate field decisions when coordinating with co-workers, clients, contractors, and other consultants.

-         Possess the ability to interpret field notes, to perform necessary courthouse research, and to communicate findings and details to co-workers and clients.

-      Ability to lift/carry a minimum of 50 pounds for extended periods of time, endure adverse weather conditions, rough terrain, and inclines.

-      Ability to walk at least 2 miles through rough terrain and/or a 1:1 slope.

-         Position requires frequent travel (some overnight) and may require the utilization of a company-owned vehicle.  The successful candidate must have a valid driver's license and an excellent driving record.

-         Possess the ability to create and interpret legal descriptions and field notes, to perform research for and interpret record documents, and to communicate both findings and recommendations to co-workers, clients, contractors, and other consultants.

Compensation: DOQ (Package includes health and dental insurance, Simple IRA retirement plan, paid time-off & holidays).

To apply for this position, please submit your resume to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and wait to be contacted with additional information.

Please no recruiters or third party referrals.