Job Title: Field Hazard/Access Mapper
Reports to: Survey Crew Manager
Overtime pay: Yes
Note that the specific statements shown in each section of this description are not intended to be all- inclusive. These examples are typical elements and criteria necessary to successfully perform the job.
Responsible for locating all relevant topographic features on projects in advance of the recording crew, in order to allow for the creation of Hazard and Access maps
Locate and map all relevant topographic features on a project using current surveying and mapping hardware and software.
Validates that vibrators or drills can get to specified locations
Responsible for individual survey, mapping and HSE asset management and sometimes vehicles Responsible for communication of productivity and problems to Survey Crew Manager or Assistant Survey Crew Manager
Must have knowledge of and adhere to all safety practices and policies
Other duties as assigned
Essential skills and experience:
Experienced mappers preferred, but qualified trainee may receive on-site job training
Must be able to correctly operate high precision survey equipment and create a survey map
Must be conversant with the use of a computer for mapping using various mapping software packages
Driver’s License and clean driving record required
Strong commitment to company values
Physical demands and work environment:
Extensive walking of up to ten (10) miles per day or more, caring GPS/GNSS survey equipment requiring agility and flexibility of movement. Tasks are performed in an outdoor environment with widely varying temperatures and often adverse weather conditions for extended periods of time while frequently carrying survey equipment and accessories that may weigh up to 45 pounds. Jobs locations are on a temporary basis and change frequently.
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