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  • 13 Sep 2017 2:10 PM | Jim Ranieri (Administrator)

    This position performs technical duties in support of the work of a land survey crew.

    Job Type Regular Job Status Full-time
    Job Designation Non-Exempt Pay Rate Salary
    Pay Frequency Monthly Starting Pay $3,479.08 to $4,154.20/month

    Click here for additional details

  • 11 Sep 2017 2:25 PM | Jim Ranieri (Administrator)

    Navigation Electronics Inc. is hiring a surveying sales representative in the central / north area of Alabama.

    Are you “tech savvy”?

    Do you understand surveying equipment?

    Do you WANT to sell and believe you are good at it?

    Are you involved in social media and see its value to sales reps?

    Would you like to be master of your schedule and earnings?

    Then read on…

    ** Must be authorized to work in the United States without current or future sponsorship for employment visa.

    Job Summary

    The Surveying Sales Representative is responsible for sales of survey construction equipment in Alabama, particularly central and north AL. This position is accountable for increasing sales and market share of Trimble survey equipment to dealers, contractors, survey companies, end users and other potential customers identified through business development and networking.

    Key Responsibilities

    • Direct account and sales management responsibility for increasing survey construction equipment sales in Alabama
    • Maintain and build strategic relationships with accounts to ensure the successful sale of Trimble surveying products
    • Expand Trimble’s depth and breadth of products within each account
    • Maintain C-level relationships with strategic accounts
    • Actively prospect for new and expanded business

    Required Skills / Experience

    • Energetic, self-motivated team player who can thrive in an entrepreneurial environment and help the company grow
    • Embraces technology, uses it, likes it – Is considered “tech savvy”
    • Likes and uses social media and networking
    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
    • Knowledge and understanding of surveying products
    • Has a strong desire to be a successful sales professional

    Preferred / Nice-to-Have Experience

    • Sales experience in a dealer / distributor / channel environment
    • Ability to generate new customers through qualifying, presenting and closing using solution sales techniques

    NEI is a complete solution provider that sells, rents, leases, and services Mapping/GIS and Surveying/Construction equipment and technology from Trimble and other leading manufacturers, with every employee focused on delivering total customer satisfaction.

    NEI’s corporate headquarters is located in Lafayette, LA with satellite offices in Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, Tennessee, Alabama, Florida and Arkansas. NEI maintains their service center and sales office at their headquarters in Lafayette, LA, and a sales office & GIS training center in Duluth, GA. NEI is a women-owned and operated business, with Barbara Poche serving as President & CEO.

    To learn more about NEI, please visit their website at:

  • 27 Feb 2017 8:59 AM | Jim Ranieri (Administrator)

    The Lecturer/Assistant/Associate Professor position in Mathematics is responsible for teaching courses at all levels in the Surveying and Geomatics Sciences program, advising students, maintaining an active research program, promoting the major, and providing service to the University and the profession.

    The location of the full time position is Troy University campus.

    The minimum requirements is a Master’s degree in Geomatics, Surveying or a survey-related field.  The preferred requirements are: 

    • Ph.D. in Geomatics, Surveying or a survey-related field
    • Work experience in land surveying
    • Licensed as a Professional Land Surveyor
    • Teaching experience

    For more information, please visit

    Posting #: F0506P
  • 05 Oct 2016 2:37 PM | Jim Ranieri (Administrator)

    Description & Details

    Barrett-Simpson, Inc. is a dynamic civil engineering and land surveying company operating in beautiful downtown Opelika, AL.  We have an immediate opening for a draftsman whose main job duty is to create technical drawings based on given specifications and calculations. The Draftsmen typically works with a professional civil engineer and/or land surveyor in their field, who provide the product or structure's details so that final professional drawings may be produced. The draftsman incorporates these specifications into drawings and plans that may be used in the production of construction drawings for subdivision and residential developments.

    Draftsmen use CADD systems to create, save and view their drawings and plans.  Barrett- Simpson, Inc. currently uses AutoCAD Civil 3D 2017 to produce their designs and drawings.  Besides creating drawings, other duties of a draftsman can include producing plan specs, producing construction plans and occasionally work with the field survey party to understand the full extent of a drawing and details.   Civil drafting typically consists of producing drawings and maps of specific locations to be used in public works projects, such as highways, water systems and pipelines. Civil draftsmen usually work in conjunction with local officials and civil engineers.

    Barrett-Simpson, Inc. is an equal opportunity employee who provides highly competitive salaries, employee insurance, paid leave, paid holidays and opportunity to participate in an employee retirement program as well as compensation for additional educational classes that will support engineering and surveying.  

    Organization:   Barrett-Simpson, Inc.

    Date Posted:   10/5/16

    Date Needed:   ASAP

    City:    Opelika

    Country:  United States

    Primary Category:   Land Surveyor Draftsman

    Salary:  Negotiable

    Type of Position:  Full-Time

    Education Requirement:  High School / GED

    Experience Requirement:  5-10 Years

    How to Apply / Contact

    If interested, please contact Blake Rice, P.E. at 334-745-7026 or send your resume to  Barrett-Simpson, Inc. is located at 223 9th Street, Opelika, AL 36801.

  • 05 Oct 2016 2:28 PM | Jim Ranieri (Administrator)

    Description & Details

    This is a survey Party Chief who will work independently underneath the direction of a Registered GA/AL Land Surveyor.  Responsible for topos, lot surveys, boundary surveys, and all types of engineering and land surveying.  This is a 40 + hour a week job with a minimum of 40 hours guaranteed year round.  Overtime is paid at 1.5 times and is common.  Beginning with two weeks vacation, individual health insurance and retirement benefits.  

     Working in the Columbus, GA and Phenix City area.  Office is in Phenix City but right on the river about 2 blocks from Columbus.  Web site is

    Organization:   Barrett-Simpson, Inc.

    Date Posted:   10/5/16

    Date Needed:   11/1/2016

    City:    Phenix City

    Country:  United States

    Primary Category:   Survey Party Chief

    Salary:  Negotiable

    Type of Position:  Full-Time

    Education Requirement:  High School / GED

    Experience Requirement:  3-5 Years

    Salary and skill level is negotiable.

    How to Apply / Contact

    Timothy W. Simpson, Owner/Engineer/Professional Surveyor of Barrett-Simpson, Inc.
    334-297-2423 or 334-468-6159 (cell)
    706 12th Street, Phenix City, AL 36867 

  • 12 Sep 2016 12:24 PM | Jim Ranieri (Administrator)

    Earl Dudley Inc. – Since 1938, the Southeast’s leading provider of Surveying, Mapping, Industrial and Construction measurement instruments and software. With a 50+ person staff and 6 locations across the Southeast Earl Dudley Inc. represent principally the Topcon and Sokkia instrument brands, but many others as well. We have an immediate position available in our Duluth Georgia location. Earl Dudley Inc. has a proven sales track record in the Georgia construction, surveying, and engineering markets for over 40 years.

    General Job Description/Overview:
    • Business development within the State of Georgia.
    • Manage new and existing accounts for site work contractors, road builders, land surveying, general construction, mining, and engineering markets segments.
    • Field demonstrate, train and support the instrument hardware and software products.
    • Meet Sales goals and objectives.
    • Periodic travel will be required.
    • Base Salary and commissions tied to performance and experience. Includes car allowance, laptop, cell phone, 401K, health insurance, profit sharing plan.
    • In house product and sales training will be provided.

    Skill Requirements to Apply:
    • Positive attitude and a strong desire to succeed.
    • Strong technical aptitude with problem solving skills and desire.
    • High energy level with the ability to travel as needed.
    • Field Layout Construction, Land Surveying, 3DMC or mapping field experience.
    • Strong computer skills.
    • Confident and proficient communication skills.
    • Demonstrated ability to work independently to develop client relationships.
    • Site Work, Civil Engineering, Land Surveying, or Building Construction experience.
    • Strong mechanical aptitude and enjoy working in the field.

    Most Desirable Candidate Would Exhibit Some of the Listed Experience and Skills:
    • Civil Engineering, Building Science, Land Surveying or Construction Degree.
    • Proficient in CAD or Estimating Software
    • Proficient with GPS Hardware & Total Stations & Data Collection.
    • Prior technical sales experience

    For questions or assistance, please send emails to

  • 12 Sep 2016 11:44 AM | Jim Ranieri (Administrator)

    Dewberry  | Preble-Rish is looking for a Professional Surveyor/Survey Manager to perform a variety of tasks associated with land surveying and civil engineering in our Daphne, AL office.  This position includes a variety of in-office and field tasks associated with land surveying and civil engineering projects. Duties include: consulting; preparing proposals and contracts; providing guidance and direction to field crew(s) and surveying technicians; overseeing survey aspects of civil engineering projects and/or directing preparation of all types of survey plans; conducting deed and plan research and review; preparing ROW plans and agreements; performing field work associated with land surveying, engineering and construction projects; performing survey computations and data collection; CAD oversight and quality assurance.


    • Consulting with clients.
    • Providing guidance and direction to office staff and field crew(s).
    • Team building skills within the technical survey staff.
    • Overseeing survey aspects of civil engineering projects and/or directing preparation of all types of survey plans.
    • Train field staff in land surveying procedures.
    • Prepare weekly survey crew schedules.
    • Coordinate with Sunshine One Call and local utility providers.
    • Monitor project schedules, budgets & deliverables.
    • Manage and coordinate projects with multiple team members.

    Required Skills & Required Experience:

    • Registered Professional Land Surveyor in FL.
    • A minimum of 10 years of experience in all aspects of land surveying, project management is required.
    • AAS or BS Degree in Surveying is preferred.
    • A successful track record of building client relationships  in the surveying and related mapping industry.
    • Strong written and verbal communication skills, including report writing.
    • Experienced in all aspects of Land Surveying (FDOT a plus).
    • Perform Boundary Surveys & ALTA/ACSM Land Title Surveys & As-built plans.
    • Data reduction and processing of field files, topographic surveys, etc.
    • Knowledge of Spectra (GPS processing) and AutoCAD Civil 3D software a plus.
    • Have the ability to work out of town if required, flexible with work area.
    • Must have a clean driving record and be able to maintain a valid driver’s license in order to operate company vehicle.
    • Must be able to pass drug/alcohol screening.
    Please click here for more information or to apply online.

  • 09 Sep 2016 1:00 PM | Jim Ranieri (Administrator)

    Survey and Construction Sales Representative – Navigation Electronics, Inc., a Leading Distributor of Trimble GPS Equipment is seeking a Survey and Construction outside sales representative in Alabama. Responsibilities include developing new accounts and expanding existing accounts, arranging product demonstrations and participating in trade shows, user groups and other events throughout a designated region. Travel throughout the region is also required. Qualified individuals should have a knowledge of GPS/RTK and Robotic Total Stations and data collection software. Ideal candidate is an aggressive, proven self-starter with top communication & organizational skills who has the ability to develop productive relationships with customers, colleagues, and management. NEI offers a competitive salary, commission and benefits package.

    Please forward resume and salary requirements to or Human Resources, P.O. Box 60489, Lafayette, LA 70596.

    Product Consultant Requirements

    • Bachelor's or Associates degree in Geomatics or Engineering related field or two or more years of survey and construction industry experience
    • Knowledge of products from an end-user perspective
    • Ability to develop productive relationships with customers, colleagues, and management
    • Proven track record in sales or business development
    • Ability to work independently and as part of a team

  • 12 Aug 2016 11:46 AM | Jim Ranieri (Administrator)

    Job Title:

    Registered Land Surveyor Manager


    Business Group Manager

    FLSA Status:





    The Registered Land Surveyor Manager ensures compliance to all applicable regulations and requirements including boundary calculations and legal issues. Ensures projects are completed on time and within budget.

    Click here for the full job description.

  • 01 Jul 2016 3:20 PM | Jim Ranieri (Administrator)


    Supervisory Land Surveyor ..



    Boundary and Title Management Program

    Lands Staff

    Sparks, Nevada

    Primary Contact:  Belle Craig

    Respond to:  or 801-625-5226

    About the Position

    The US Forest Service’s Intermountain Region will soon be filling a position for the Boundary and Title Management (B&TM) Nevada Zone Lead.  This position is located at the Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest (HTNF) Supervisors Office in Sparks, Nevada.  The Intermountain Region covers 32 million acres in the National Forest System across Utah, Nevada, southern Idaho, and western Wyoming.  This position has two critical components land surveying and title management. 

    The incumbent will provide professional land survey services to support to the Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest (HTNF), the Nevada B&TM program staff, Lands Ownership Adjustment Zones, the regional office Land Status staff, and the Intermountain Region Lands and Minerals staff. This position assists with overall program management and coordination and reports directly to the Intermountain Region’s Boundary and Title Management (B&TM) Program Manager.  This is a supervisory position. 

    The incumbent has one year from their start date to obtain a State Surveyor License from the State in which they are assigned to work.

    The position’s duties include, but are not limited to:

    1.      Responsible for program development, oversight and implementation of the Zone Land Surveying and Boundary program. 

    2.      Interactively supports Regional Land Zone Staff, collaboratively working with Forest Staff, Zone Leads, Line Officers, Program Managers, Program Specialists, etc. 

    3.      Works with BLM State Office Boundary program personnel to coordinate and collaboratively accomplish Forest Service program of work as needed. 

    4.      Leads Zone boundary program’s annual budget review and execution.

    5.      Cooperates and coordinates work other Federal agencies, State, local and Tribal governments, private and corporate landowners.

    6.      Acts as the Zone expert in land surveying principles, practices and methods , survey technology and equipment, survey and title research, legal descriptions, the Public Land Survey System (PLSS), rights-of-way surveys, Small Tracts Act Surveys, Townsite Act surveys, Homestead Entry Surveys.

    7.      Develops/assists with Legal Land description review for land adjustment activities (acquisitions and conveyances), boundary modifications, and special management area boundary descriptions affecting National Forest System lands.

    8.      Congresionally Designated Area boundary support - Wilderness, Wild and Scenic Programs and Legislative Affairs in the review, preparation and submittal of legislative maps and boundary descriptions.

    9.      Supports creating GIS data depicting the landownership net of the PLSS and metes and bounds areas in support of the Automated Lands Program (ALP).  Review of Status data for entry into database.  Promotes use and maintenance of LSRS (Land Status Records System)

    10.  Supports, reviews, and recommends resolutions for encroachment and title claim issues on units.

    11.  Contracting Support – Develops and help administer regional professional land surveying contracts (A&E) for Zone and Forest use.  Acts as a COR supporting Contract Admin.

    12.  Explores, supports and coordinates opportunities for professional training of staff.

    About the Community (Duty Station)

    The Forest Supervisors Office for the Humboldt Toiyabe NF is located in Sparks, NV. The City of Sparks is located just east of Reno, NV, at the base of the Sierra Nevada mountain range. The combined metropolitan area of Sparks and Reno is sometimes referred to as the Truckee Meadows area and has a combined population of approximately 418,000 persons.

    The Reno/Sparks area is in a high desert climate at an elevation of nearly 4,500 feet with four distinct seasons.  The average temperatures for January range from a high of 48 degrees to a low of 23 degrees, the average for July ranges from a high of 91 degrees to a low of 53 degrees.

    The Reno/Tahoe International Airport, five minutes away, serves Reno/Sparks area.  The world renowned Lake Tahoe is less than an hour’s drive.  Lake Tahoe boosts the largest concentration of ski facilities in the world all within a 50-mile radius.

    The Sparks/Reno area is known as the premiere special events venue for northern Nevada, a place where there is always something happening such as  the Hometowne Farmer’s Market, Hot August Nights, Best in the West Nugget Rib Cook-off, and The Great BBQ, Brews and Blues Festival, and  Arts in Bloom Festival.


    Houses for sale in the Reno/Sparks area range from an average of $130,000 to $280,000. Rental properties range from $800 to $1500 per month.

    Educational Facilities

    The University of Nevada, Reno (UNR), Small Business Development Center, and Truckee Meadows Community College (TMCC) provide a wide variety of assistance to the business community and opportunities for collaboration.  All major fields of study and many advanced degree programs are provided at UNR, a fully accredited state university.  And TMCC offers numerous training programs and associate degrees. 

    Moving Expenses

    Entitlements for payment of basic moving expenses, as required and to the extent allowed by the Federal Travel Regulations (FTR) 302-3.101, are authorized for eligible applicants changing duty station when the change meets the distance tests as provided in FTR 302-1.1 and 302-2.6. In addition, the following relocation benefits are available: house hunting trip and temporary quarters. Other relocation benefits may be negotiated with selectee.

    Vacancy Announcement  

    The vacancy announcement for this position will soon be posted on the U.S. Government's official website for employment opportunities,

    Please contact Belle Craig at (801) 625-5226 for additional information about this position.  If you would like to receive a copy of the vacancy announcement directly, please send an e-mail message to

    Your response is very important to us, as it will help determine how the position will be advertised.  We anticipate advertising this position in the near future, and would appreciate hearing from you by July 1, 2016 to help us with our outreach efforts.  In your response, please include the information in the form below:



    Ogden, Utah

    REPLY DUE 7/1/2015

    PERSONAL INFORMATION                                             



    EMAIL ADDRESS:___________________________________________________________________ 


    MAILING ADDRESS:_________________________________________________________________


                   CITY_________________________   STATE__________   ZIP CODE__________________


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    Thank you for your interest!  

    Interested applicants should return this information via e-mail to:  Belle Craig, Boundary and Title Management Program Manager, Intermountain Region (R-4), e-mail

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