Purpose: The role of the Marine Surveyor is to setup, test, calibrate, and operate marine survey and positioning systems.
Work Schedule: Nominal 12 hours per day; Aboard Lift/Supply vessel working 7/7 or 14/7 work schedule rotation.
- Determine position and boundaries within construction areas using precision marine positioning technology (GNSS), geospatial databases, and marine survey software.
- Setup, calibration and troubleshooting of positioning, land/marine survey systems.
- Verify the precision of survey data, measurements, collection at construction sites.
- Prepare or supervise data, charts, plots, maps, records, and documents related to marine construction operations.
- Collect data, post process, assemble, review and report production statuses.
- Analyze objectives and specifications to prepare future construction positioning.
- Develop criteria for the design and modification of survey instruments.
- Communication with clients and/or vessel captain and foreman.
- Other duties as assigned.
- 1 to 2 years’ experience working within the marine construction, surveying or other similar industry.
- Offshore experience, military training, and/or other technical experience preferred, but not required.
- Proficient with surveying technologies, GNSS equipment, and marine/hydrographic equipment preferred, but not required.
- Working knowledge of Windows/Office-based programs, as well as hydrographic/positioning software (ex. Hypack) preferred, but not required.
- The ability to travel and remain on remote project assignments.
- Associate’s degree or higher in Surveying, GIS, Geography, or related technical curriculum preferred, but not required.
- Transportation Worker Identification Card (TWIC) preferred.
- Able to pass background screening: employment verification, driving record, criminal, drug/alcohol.
- Sitting or standing for extended periods of time.
- Participation in training sessions, presentations, and meetings.
- Remaining/living on Lift/Supply boat duration of rotating shift
- Continuous use of adaptive communication including keen listening skills.
- Ability to concentrate and simultaneously adapt to changing priorities on a regular basis.
- Ability to work alone and stay self-motivated to complete daily task
Marine Surveyor works intermittently between the office and field environment.
* Morris P. Hebert, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Job Type: Full-time
Schedule: 12 hour shift
License/Certification: Driver's License (Preferred)
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