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  • Managing Registered Professional Land SurveyorTri-Tech Surveying Company, LP(Houston, Texas)

    Tri-Tech Surveying Company is seeking a Managing RPLS who is hands-on, has solid technical experience and has the ability to work in a fast paced work environment. This position will work closely with our management team, survey operations manager, administrative manager and supporting staff. Principal job duties include but not limited to the following: Perform necessary work scopes primarily for...
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    Posted Tue 26th August

  • Professional Land Surveyor PLS(Casper, Wyoming)

    PLS positions are available in WY, CO, UT and ND. Job Purpose: PLS needed for OIL and GAS surveying with some Municipality work. Must be licensed in ND, CO, WY or UT. May be in a supervisory/management role depending on location. Locates and determines portion of earth's surface by planning, conducting, and recording surveys; supporting legal proceedings. Duties: * Plans survey by identifying purp...
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    Posted Mon 8th September

  • Survey ManagerNelson Engineering(Casper, Wyoming)

    Nelson Engineering of Jackson Wyoming is seeking qualified candidates for the position of Survey Manager. Nelson Engineering is a civil engineering and surveying consulting firm with a 50 year history, visit our for more information on the firm. The Survey Manager is a full time position with the following primary responsibilities: • Marketing of professional surve...
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    Posted Tue 2nd September

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