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SURVEY INSTRUMENT OPERATOR

High energy, dedicated and knowledgeable Survey Instrument Operator with a proven experience in performing Rodman/Eyeman survey operations while assisting junior survey crewmembers at survey site. Experienced Rodman, capable of performing all daily survey operations under Party Chief’s supervision. Strong knowledge of positioning vertical rods, clearing landscape for lines, and providing overall field survey assistance. Seek a Survey Instrument Operator role where experience, dedication, knowledge and the passion for belonging to a cohesive survey team are held at a premium. Will travel as required and welcome overtime.

Core Competencies

Rodman/Eyeman • Brush Clearing • Analyze Survey Data • Electronic Distance Measuring
Stake Projects • Survey Method Development • Curvature Corrections • Compile Survey Information

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

John Chance Surveying, City • ST 2010 – 2011
Survey Instrument Operator (Rodman/Eyeman)
Performed daily surveying activities under Party Chief supervision, and compiled information necessary to stake projects for construction using engineering plans. Use source maps, previous survey data, photographs, computer records, and other relevant information to carry out new surveys. Completed surveys to ascertain specific locations of natural landscape and manufactured structures on the surface, underground, and underwater using electronic distance-measuring equipment and other surveying instrumentation. Capable of cutting brush for lines, carrying stakes, rebar and other survey tools/equipment. Position and hold vertical rods, or targets, theodolite operators use for sighting that measure angles, distances, and elevations, and provided assistance in method development and procedures for successful completion of field surveys. Accurately recorded survey measurements and descriptive data utilizing notes and drawings, and searched for section corners, property irons, and survey points for survey accuracy and starting point. Provided assistance to junior survey crewmembers.

EDUCATION AND CREDENTIALS

General Studies
Northwestern State University, Natchitoches • LA

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