Below is a list of employment opportunities available to all THSOA members. If you would like to add a listing to the website, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Since 1975, GBA has provided consulting engineering and surveying services from concept to completion for dredging of port development, land reclamation and coastal engineering projects. With offices located on the major estuaries of the east, west and gulf coasts, GBA is the largest firm in the US specializing in dredging engineering, hydrographic surveys, and subsurface investigations. Our recent teaming with ST Hudson Engineering has expanded the Team’s capabilities to include other engineering and surveying services.
The incumbent shall serve as Lead Hydrographic Survey Technician for a detached hydrographic/topographic survey crew with minimal supervision. Hydrographic surveys shall be conducted from vessels up to 40 feet in length. Data collection shall include single beam/multi-beam data collection, side scan sonar data collection, towed arrays including magnetometer and sub-bottom devices.
Required Skills and Experience
Send resumes to email@example.com or apply online at www.gba-inc.com
Prairie Engineers is a growing company, looking to add a Hydrographic Surveyor or Hydrographer to assist with the firm’s surveying projects at locations nationwide. This position includes both field and office assignments and will require extensive travel to locations throughout the U.S. with occasional international travel possible.
This isn’t an easy position; we work long days in sometimes harsh conditions and remote locations. But if you are looking for a challenge, if you enjoy being a part of a capable and contributing team, and if you enjoy developing solutions to get the job done well, we may be the right fit for you! You must be able and willing to be a highly responsible, capable, and contributing member of our team, able to utilize technology and think on your feet.
This position will be a full‐time position with paid travel expenses and a per diem allowance for meals, generous benefits and a competitive salary based on qualifications. This position is available to be filled in our Hazelwood, Missouri or Vicksburg, Mississippi offices.
Experience: 4+ years performing hydrographic surveys or 4 years as a surveyor with a strong desire to expand expertise as demonstrated by the willingness to take hydrographic survey coursework outside of working hours
Travel: Willingness to travel within the United States to meet project requirements
Communication: Good verbal and written skills Safety: A valid driver’s license and a clean driving record
Teamwork: Ability to work both independently and as part of a team
Service oriented: Maintain focus on project delivery and client service with attention to detail and meeting deadlines
Ideals: Professional, positive attitude with a strong work ethic
Education: Bachelor’s Degree in Surveying, Civil Engineering, Hydrography, or a related science field
Certification: NSPS/THSOA Certification as a Hydrographer or Certified Survey Technician
Licensure: Professional Surveyor or Surveyor Intern
More experience: Field control, topographic, and boundary surveys
Potential candidates for this position should fill out an application at www.prairieengineers.com and contact Prairie Engineers via e‐mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
MIND Technology, Inc. provides technology and solutions in maritime defense and security, marine exploration and marine survey markets. Headquartered in The Woodlands, Texas, MIND Technology is a NASDAQ listed company with a global presence and key operating locations in the United States, Singapore, Malaysia and the United Kingdom. Its Klein and Seamap units design, manufacture and sell specialized, high performance sonar and seismic exploration equipment.
Reporting to the Vice President and Chief Business Development Officer and based in the Washington DC area, the Director of US Navy Business Development will be responsible for directly contributing to MIND Technology’s annual revenue target growth and expansion into new customer and technology segments.
MIND Technology is expanding its market and customer presence by delivering leading-edge technologies and innovative applications of existing technologies to navy customers in the US and internationally. The Director, US Navy Business Development will be directly involved in creating customer engagement and opportunity capture strategies.
Please forward your resume to: Kleinemployment@MIND-Technology.com
At David Evans and Associates, Inc. (DEA), our philosophy is to find outstanding professionals and give them the freedom and support to do what they do best. For over 40 years, DEA has been leading complex transportation, energy, water resources, and land development projects nationwide. Our multidisciplinary teams partner with clients to design innovative solutions that address the unique needs of each project. The firm has over 30 offices in 11 states and employs approximately 750 people. DEA is an employee-owned corporation and consistently ranks among ENR’s Top 100 Pure Design Firms in the U.S.
DEA’s Marine Services division is an award-winning leader in the field of hydrographic and geophysical surveying. DEA Marine Services is staffed by a highly experienced group of professional hydrographers, surveyors, engineers, and scientists with wide-ranging expertise in hydrography, oceanography, marine geology and geophysics, geodesy, and geospatial science. We are recognized as trusted advisors to our clients and take pride in our ability to develop innovative field programs and geospatial products to address the specific objectives of each project.
We are currently seeking a Hydrographic SurveyOperations Manager to oversee the daily operations of our Vancouver, WA office and coordinating nationwide operations. This is a salaried office-based position that may require work on weekends, off-hours and some field work during peak field season to support field operations.
As an Operations Manager, your responsibilities will be diverse and will include: equipment and staff scheduling; support of field operations; coordinating staffing and equipment with other regions to support nationwide operations; managing training programs; oversight of warehouse manager and equipment technicians; oversight of inventory and insurance schedules; work with the Director of Marine Services on equipment acquisitions; and providing mentorship for hydrographic and equipment technicians based in Vancouver. In part, this leadership includes achieving the following outcomes:
Working closely with project managers for vessel, equipment, and staff scheduling to maximize operational efficiency, initially this will be working closely with the Director of Marine Service.
Assuring that the services provided by hydrographic and equipment technicians satisfy DEA's contractual obligations and are responsive to each client's needs, technically excellent, and cost-effective.
Collaborating with the IT Manager and Warehouse Manager for implementation of new systems or modifications to meet project needs.
Supporting field operations, assisting with troubleshooting, and coordinate resolution of issues encountered to keep operations on schedule and budget.
Managing technical and safety training to develop safe and efficient operations.
Providing project logistics support and direction to hydrographic and equipment technicians during mobilization and demobilization of vessels and equipment.
Assisting project managers with review and development of activity hazard analysis and safety plans for projects.
Assuring that DEA's policies and procedures, including risk management, equipment tracking and quality process systems are in place, function, are performed consistently, and promote all company values.
Strong project management and offshore operations management skills
Degree in Geomatics, Engineering, Hydrography, Oceanography, Geology or related science field
Minimum of 10 years of experience managing, conducting, and processing hydrographic, oceanographic and marine geophysical surveys
Must be self-motivated, detail oriented and safety conscious
Demonstrated ability directing and overseeing offshore survey operations
Experience managing onshore and offshore safety protocols and procedures
Ability to travel to support field operations as needed (project startup, infill for staff shortages, etc.)
Strong trouble shooting skills and working knowledge of hydrographic and marine geophysical systems and current on new developments in the industry
NSPS-THSOA Certified Hydrographer
Licensed as a Professional Land Surveyor or Engineer
Medical, Dental, Vision, Disability and Life Insurance
Health Savings and Lifestyle Spending Account with employer contribution
Support for continuing education and training opportunities
401k and Employee Stock Ownership Program (ESOP)
Holistic Wellbeing Program with a focus on physical, emotional, financial, career and community health
Opportunity for growth with support and mentoring to help with professional goals
DEA is proud to be an AA/EEO employer and all qualified candidates will receive consideration without regard to characteristics protected by applicable local, state or federal law, such as race, color, sex, age, religion, national origin, physical or mental disability, pregnancy, marital status, veteran or military status, genetic information or sexual orientation.
Apply online at: https://phh.tbe.taleo.net/phh03/ats/careers/v2/viewRequisition?org=DEAINC&cws=37&rid=5336
Role: Personnel Coordinator
Location: Boston, MA
Reports to: Regional Manager
Working as part of the Operations team, as an Operations Coordinator you will work closely with the Client Manager assisting them with their clients staffing requirements as well as completing all relevant paperwork as required.
- Working closely with the Client Managers to help to source the best possible freelance personnel to fulfil their clients’ requirements.
- Keep our data base up to date with the relevant information
- Filling out contracts and sending them to the relevant contractors once they have been agreed, ensuring these are signed and filed and distributed to the relevant parties
- Assist with travel arrangements and other ad hoc bookings
- Building relationships with individuals in the freelance community
- Attending industry events where required to network with new and existing clients and contractors
- Must be organized and a good communicator
- Previous experience in recruitment desirable
- Able to work off own initiative
Email your CV to robert.glover(at)cmsourcing.us
This position supports the dredging and construction projects by leading the acquisition/processing of data in marine environments. Responsible for performing hydrographic surveys, and instrumentation positioning. Processing, interpretation, and display of results information.
Essential Requirement Tasks and Functions
Work Environment / Physical Demands
While performing the duties of this job, the employee regularly works in outdoor weather conditions on a vessel
Occasional regional travel will be required
Job Type: Full-time
Competitive salary in the: $100,000.00 per year range based on experience, plus benefits package that includes:
· Dental insurance
· Health insurance
· Paid time off
· Relocation assistance
Submit your resume via email to: Operations@RMZMarineConstructionServices.com
The Portland District staff oversees the operation and maintenance of 19 multi-purpose dams in Oregon and a sediment retention structure in southwestern Washington. We also maintain more than 720 miles of federal navigation channels and 33 channel and harbor projects through the use of two government-owned hopper dredges and three hydrographic survey vessels.
75% or less - Travel required for training, conferences and work assignments may be up to 60% of the time.
For more information on the position or to apply, please visit: https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/602608500
COMIT Research Consultant
The COMIT Research Consultant is responsible for searching for organizing, reprocessing, generating, and disseminating multiple data products (including metadata) from acoustic multibeam bathymetry and backscatter data files collected from 1999 to 2009, related to seafloor mapping and bathymetry primarily around Florida and elsewhere.
Nature of Work
Over the course of the past 20 years, much work has been done to map the seafloor of the west Florida shelf and other adjacent regions using various tools and techniques. While many programs have made strides in collecting and synthesizing the current library of data and data products that are publicly available, the USF College of Marine Science has a private library of data sources on hand that have not been fully archived or disseminated with complete metadata. With the initiation of the Center for Ocean Mapping and Innovative Technologies (COMIT), our short term goal is to develop a library of existing mapping data currently available offline and to integrate these data with other publicly available data sets in national data archives and on our internal website data sites.
USF is offering short term consultant position, for approximately three months, to perform duties related to data mining and knowledge discovery that can be completed on site or remotely.
The intern will be responsible for:
This position requires a Bachelors degree in Geology or in a field directly related to the research or data analysis responsibilities and a minimum of one year of research experience; or a Master's degree in one of the same fields. Progressively responsible work experience may substitute for the college on a year for year basis.
Preferred candidates will possess a working knowledge of:
To apply, please follow this link to submit your cover letter and resume.