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  • Surveyor (Staff/Technical)PVE Sheffler, LLC(Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania)

    Staff Surveyor (Staff/Technical) Job Summary: In support of client requirements, the Surveyor position performs boundary retracement surveying, as well as general civil site work and construction layout by planning, conducting, and recording surveys. Office preparation of boundary surveys, mortgage surveys, Subdivision and Lot Consolidation Plans, Courthouse Deed Research. Management of day to day...
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    Posted Yesterday

  • Surveyor - Utility / Survey / Construction StakingRandstad Engineering(Minneapolis, Minnesota)

    Survey Crew Chief is needed to gather accurate data points on property lines, land contours and existing utility facilities. Experience surveying for electrical substation and transmission line as-built, design, and construction is desired. The Survey Technician will be responsible for survey crew field activities including plan and profile surveys, topographic surveys, boundary surveys, and const...
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    Posted Yesterday

  • Party Chief, Instrument Man And Survey Manager(New York City, New York)

    Ewell W. Finley P.C., Land surveyors and Engineers is looking to fill the following positions with specific experience working for agencies such as Port Authority of New York & New Jersey (PANYNJ), New York City School Construction Authority (NYCSCA), Metropolitan Transit Authority (MTA), New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA), and New York State Department of Transportation (NYSDOT). Survey Part...
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    Posted Mon 14th July

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The various government departments oversee the country, states and local regions they represent. The public agencies involved in the federal, state and local governments make polices, create and enforce laws, provides defense of its citizens, and oversee programs designed to benefit the majority. As the government is a necessary part of our society, employment will increase as programs increase. According to the Occupational Outlook Handbook, employment in the federal government is supposed to increase 1.6% through 2014, while state and local governments will increase as much as 11.3% over the same period. (This information applies to civilian employment only.)

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