The Jefferson County Commission is looking for a well-qualified, motivated Surveying Party Chief to plan, coordinate, direct and participate in the collection and recording of land survey data necessary to complete construction design plans. The Survey Party Chief supervises the activities of engineering survey crews involved in preliminary, special instruction, and final surveys by applying survey knowledge gained through training and experience to a variety of field surveying situations. The Surveying Party Chief performs trigonometric, geometric, and algebraic calculations to calculate angles and reference point distances, grades, and location of slope stakes so surveying assignments are accurately completed. Reporting to the Principal Engineering Land Survey Inspector or a Chief Civil Engineer, the Surveying Party Chief work under general administrative supervision and their work is sometimes reviewed on-site after completion of the survey for compliance with professional standards. This is not intended to be an all-inclusive listing of essential job functions; the performance of other essential functions may be required.
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