Employment Opportunities

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Manager Crown Survey Administration

Competition # : 31948

Department: Lands and Forestry

Location: HALIFAX

Type of Employment: Permanent

Union Status: Exclusion - Non Union - NSPG

Closing Date: 8/2/2021 (Applications are accepted until 11:59 PM Atlantic Time)

About Us

Nova Scotia is rich in natural resources – including biodiversity, forests, geological resources, provincial parks and the land we manage. The Department of Lands and Forestry is responsible for the development, management, conservation and protection of forest, mineral, parks and wildlife resources and the administration of the province's Crown land. Together we are working with Nova Scotians to build a better future through sustainable natural resource management as we all benefit from the natural health and wealth of the province. https://novascotia.ca/natr/

The Surveys Division is responsible for the coordination and leadership of the Department's land surveying program.  This includes: establishing, maintaining, improving, and monitoring standards for land surveying activities on Crown lands; and developing, managing and administering the Crown lands cadastral database by maintaining a client facing digital interface and a physical registry of interests on Crown lands.  The physical registry includes, but is not limited to: records; maps; titles; grants; easements; licenses; and leases.

About Our Opportunity

As the Manager, Crown Survey Administration, you will ensure that legislation, policies and procedures required to support the Department’s survey program are implemented and followed, and the administration of Crown land is compliant with all requirements therein.

Primary Accountabilities

Some of the primary accountabilities include:

  • Managing technical staff within the Surveys Division; assessing, recommending training needs, delegating tasks to staff, tracking progress, effectively utilizing resources available to ensure priorities and deadlines are met, ensuring survey products are completed in a timely manner and are aligned with Departmental and Government priorities.
  • Leading staff in the production of surveying products required by the Branch and the Department and support the work of the Director of Surveys.
  • Aiding in the development and improvement of surveying product deliverables by evaluating existing standards and actively improving processes, standards, templates and by researching and developing innovative/adaptive solutions to support Government red tape reduction goals.
  • Identifying properties related to Department transactions that require surveying to support various Government initiatives.
  • Keeping current with continuously changing legislation, technology and processes to continue the delivery of high-quality surveying products and information in a timely and cost effective manner, while adopting current survey standards, Geomatic tools, and best practices.

Qualifications and Experience

This may be the right opportunity for you if you have a Bachelors degree along with several years of related experience. An equivalent combination of training and experience may be considered. You must be a licensed, active member of the Association of Nova Scotia Land Surveyors or equivalent.

As the ideal candidate you keep current with continuously changing legislation, technology, and processes to deliver high quality surveying products and information in a timely and cost-effective manner; have a demonstrated history of adapting and improving processes that assist with solving problems, removing roadblocks, and reducing latencies in product delivery; formulate decisions based on existing legislation, policies and processes.

You have exceptional communication (written/verbal) and relationship building skills to work with various internal and external stakeholders including other departments, private land surveyors and the public at large.

While not required, previous experience in a leadership role is considered an asset.

Leadership competencies required at this level of work are:  Analytical Thinking, Action Management, Team  Leadership, Initiative, Interactive Communication, Partnering and Relationship Building, and Intercultural and Diversity Proficiency.

We will assess the above qualifications and competencies using one or more of the following tools: written examination, standardized tests, oral presentations, interview(s), and reference checks.

Equivalency

An equivalent combination of training, education and experience will be considered. Applicants relying on education and experience equivalencies must demonstrate such equivalencies in their application.
Salary Information

EC 11 - 

$3,062.13 - $3,836.49

Benefits

Based on the employment status and union agreement, the Government of Nova Scotia offers its employees a wide range of benefits such as Health, Dental, Life Insurance, Pension, General Illness (Short and Long Term), Vacation and Employee and Family Assistance Programs. Click here to learn more about our various benefits offerings and eligibility criteria.

Working Conditions

Work within in office environment.

Occasional travel by car for site visits is required, which might require the use of protective gear such as a hard hat, safety boots, eyewear and gloves.

Additional Information

You must be an active member with the Association of Nova Scotia Land Surveyors.

What We Offer

  • Career Development where you have access to career guidance, tools, resources, and ongoing training for every stage of your career.
  • Engaging workplace. Our Employees feel valued, respected, connected, and tuned in. We have forward-thinking policies and strategies.
  • Countless Career Paths.
  • Department Specific Flexible working schedules.

Pay Grade:  EC 11

Salary Range:  $3,062.13 - $3,836.49 Bi-Weekly  

Employment Equity Statement:

Our goal is to be a diverse workforce that is representative, at all job levels, of the citizens we serve.  The Government of Nova Scotia has an Employment Equity Policy, and we welcome applications from Indigenous People, African Nova Scotians and Other Racially Visible Persons, Persons with Disabilities and Women in occupations or positions where they are under-represented.  If you are a member of one of these equity groups, you are encouraged to self-identify on your electronic application.

Current government employees may access this posting through the link below:

https://sts.novascotia.ca/adfs/ls/idpinitiatedsignon.aspx?logintorp=https://www.successfactors.com/novascotiaP

Offer of employment is conditional upon the completion of all applicable background checks and confirmation of credentials, the results of which must be satisfactory to the employer. We thank all applicants for the interest, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted. All questions and concerns may be directed to Competitions@novascotia.ca.

J.D. Barnes Limited, a leader in the surveying, mapping and land information industry, has an immediate opening for an ONTARIO LAND SURVEYOR, PROJECT SUPERVISOR in our BARRIE office.

The Project Supervisor will be responsible for the supervision of field crews and CAD operators in a cadastral and construction survey environment.  In addition, this position involves preparing and checking legal and topographic surveys, construction layouts (new housing and commercial buildings), and engineering surveys (sewers, waterlines, curbing), client consultation, invoicing and other duties as required.

Candidates should possess a thorough knowledge of CAD systems, preferably Microstation, and a good understanding of Total Station and Data Collector technology.  A working knowledge of Global Positioning Systems is an asset and excellent communication skills are essential for this role.

OLS credentials is a requirement for this position. Candidate must have a valid driver’s license and a vehicle available for use on the job. Candidates should exhibit skills allowing them the ability to estimate project costs, supervise and motivate field and office staff, liaise with clients, meet timelines and oversee projects from inception to completion. There may be occasions when out-of-town travel will be required, depending on the demands of the project.

J.D. Barnes Limited offers a competitive salary and an extensive employee benefit package to all permanent employees.  The successful candidate will be considered for share ownership (subject to availability) after one year of employment, along with a vehicle allowance and other industry leading benefits. For more information on our company and the opportunities available, please visit our website at www.jdbarnes.com.

Interested candidates are invited to submit a résumé and cover letter through our career page on our website at www.jdbarnes.com . If accessibility accommodations are required during any stage of the recruitment process, please do not hesitate to contact the Human Resources Department.

We thank all applicants; however only those under consideration will be contacted.

 

J.D. Barnes Limited is the largest organization of its kind in Canada providing land surveying, bathymetric surveying, underground utility mapping, aerial mapping, land information solutions and integrated online data solutions coast to coast.

J.D. Barnes Limited is currently looking for an enthusiastic and self-motivated JUNIOR OLS in our TORONTO location. Interested candidates are invited to submit an application and résumé through our career page on our website at: https://jdbarnes.acquiretm.com/job_details_clean.aspx?id=1318

This position involves the overseeing and coordinator of projects related to cadastral and construction surveys and the duties required of an Ontario Land Surveyor.

Job Responsibilities

  • Estimate project costs, prepare job estimates
  • Supervise and motivate field and office staff
  • Liaise with clients
  • Meet timelines and oversee small to medium sized projects from inception to completion

Qualifications

  • Bachelors Degree in Surveying
  • Possess OLS/CLS designation
  • Excellent communication skills for meeting and corresponding with clients
  • Must be detail oriented
  • Understanding of CAD systems (preferably Microstation), Total Station and Data Collector technology
  • Comprehensive understanding of calculating and survey methodology
  • Working knowledge of Global Positioning Systems (GPS) would be an asset
  • Ability to learn new field and office surveying technologies

Interested candidates are invited to submit their resume and cover letter on our website. If accessibility accommodations are required during any stage of the recruitment process, please do not hesitate to contact the Human Resources Department.

 

J .D. Barnes Limited is the largest organization of its kind in Canada providing land surveying, bathymetric surveying, underground utility mapping, aerial mapping, land information solutions and integrated online data solutions coast to coast.

J.D. Barnes Limited is currently looking for an enthusiastic and self-motivated ARTICLING STUDENT for our KITCHENER location. Interested candidates are invited to submit an application and résumé through our career page on our website at: https://jdbarnes.acquiretm.com/job_details_clean.aspx?id=1327

The Articling Student will gain experience through multiple roles in the field and office and are also given the opportunity to work in a branch office as well as head office to increase their exposure and experience.

Job Responsibilities

  • Prepare and check legal and topographic surveys
  • Assist with preparation of engineering and construction layouts (sewers, waterlines, curbing)
  • Assist with survey calculations and plan preparation
  • Maintain records of field notes and files related to the job
  • Prepare job estimates
  • Track job costs and prepare invoices
  • Provide client consultation
  • Other duties as required

Job Requirements

  • Bachelors Degree in Survey Science
  • Thorough knowledge of CAD systems, preferably MicroStation
  • Good understanding of Total Station and Data Collector technology
  • Working knowledge of Global Positioning Systems (GPS) would be an asset
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Detail oriented and able to learn new field and office surveying technologies
  • Valid Driver's license

Interested candidates are invited to submit their resume and cover letter online. If accessibility accommodations are required during any stage of the recruitment process, please do not hesitate to contact the Human Resources Department. Only candidates under consideration will be contacted.

 

Young & Young Surveying Inc. is currently seeking a Senior Survey CAD Technologist for our Bolton office. Candidates must have calculating/drafting experience on legal, construction, residential and topographic surveys using MicroSurvey or similar CAD software.

The Town of Bolton is a short drive (approximately 10-20 minutes) from Toronto, Vaughan or Brampton. Why drive to work into the city when you can head north with little or no traffic.

We offer career opportunities with progressive employment packages and working conditions for individuals looking for something different. This includes competitive wages, group health and dental benefits, floater days and flex hours for qualified candidates.

For more information please visit www.maurogroup.ca.

Please submit your resume to hr@youngsurveying.ca or contact Denise at (905) 951-6000.

 

Party Chief Position

Mandarin Surveyors Ltd. located in Scarborough, Ontario requires an experienced Party Chief. The ideal candidate(s) will be experienced in boundary surveys, topographic surveys, and industrial/commercial construction layout. We offer competitive wages and a benefits package. Please forward a cover letter together with your resume to mandarinsurveyors@gmail.com 

Survey CAD Technologist (Full Time or Part Time)

Mandarin Surveyors Ltd. located in Scarborough, Ontario requires an experienced Drafts person. Applicants must have experience in drafting of SRPR, Topographic detail, Site Grading Plan and Construction As Built etc., good organizational skills, be detail oriented, written and verbal communication skills. Please forward a cover letter together with your resume to mandarinsurveyor@gmail.com.

Land Survey Assistant

Mandarin Surveyors Ltd. located in Scarborough, Ontario requires for full time Land Survey Assistants. Survey Assistants are responsible for operating field equipment, assisting the Party Chief with measurements and calculations. Please forward a cover letter together with your resume to mandarinsurveyors@gmail.com.

 

Krcmar Surveyors Ltd. specializes in large and multi-faceted condominiums, subdivisions, complex construction layouts, and urban cadastral surveys.  We work for all levels of government, conservation authorities, large and small scale developers, realtors and builders of every kind of structure.  Our people are passionate about maintaining our industry leading reputation for reliable service and integrity.  We are driven to provide our clients with the highest quality service in a time sensitive fashion; on-budget and with regard to the detailed requirements of each individual project.

Our business is constantly growing and currently seeking an experienced, reliable Senior CAD Technician who will thrive in a dynamic, team-oriented work environment.  The successful candidate will work in partnership with Ontario Land Surveyors, Project Directors and other staff to produce high quality returns.  One must have the ability to focus in a busy environment utilizing strong time-management skills to prioritize multiple tasks while demonstrating a flexible approach to work assignments.

Specific Qualifications:

  • Minimum five (5) years of land surveying experience
  • Proficiency in AutoCAD and Land Development Desktop/Civil 3D software
  • Ability to work within and implement CAD standards
  • Strong understanding of integrated survey systems
  • Specialized experience with complex three-dimensional stratified reference plans and     condominium plans

Overview and Compensation:

  • Permanent, full-time, 40 hours per week
  • Extremely desirable compensation package including benefits and vacation

Please submit resume to tom@krcmar.ca

Thank you to all applicants; however, only those under consideration will be contacted.

 

Project Surveyor
Are you a professional land surveyor looking to join a dynamic team? Then consider this exciting opportunity with the Ministry of Transportation, where you will manage legal surveys.

What can I expect to do in this role?
In this role, you will:

  • provide advice, supervision and technical direction to service providers and team staff on the production of legal surveys
  • schedule and manage service provider assignments and participate on teams as a survey expert
  • consult with various stakeholders and agencies to assess and resolve complex problems and exchange information

Location: Kingston

How do I qualify?
Mandatory

  • You must be a licensed member (Cadastral) of the Association of Ontario Land Surveyors
  • The position requires the successful candidate to have a valid class G driver's licence or equivalent. The offer of employment is conditional upon the successful candidate providing proof that s/he has a valid driver's licence upon being hired.

Technical Knowledge:

You have:

  • knowledge of theories, principles and production of legal surveys and plans, federal and provincial statutes and regulations to plan, supervise and direct the production of legal surveys
  • knowledge of survey equipment and software such as total stations, data collectors, global positioning receivers, Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS), Light Detection and Ranging (LDAR) systems, Remotely Piloted Aerial Systems (RPAS), sonar, Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and high-tech precise levels to carry out survey work
  • knowledge of policies, procedures, standards and statutes and regulations related to highway jurisdiction, land registration, expropriation, acquisition and disposal of property
  • knowledge of, and experience with, the Occupational Health and Safety Act (e.g., applicable rules while working along busy transportation corridors) to ensure ministry staff and consultant work is performed in compliance with the Act, its regulations, and the safety policies and procedures of the ministry

Project Management Skills:

You have:

  • project management skills to plan, organize and manage the work of staff and consultants, and assess completeness and acceptability of work assignments

Communication, Analytical, Problem-Solving and Interpersonal Skills:

You have:

  • oral and written communication skills to communicate with internal and external clients, and contractors; to develop ministry survey standards, procedures and guidelines; to prepare service provider acquisition documents; and to present accurate information and testimony on legal survey matters at board/court hearings
  • analytical, and problem-solving skills and sound judgement to deal with complex or problematic situations; to review and interpret survey evidence, statute and case law; and to research internal and external information sources to compile data necessary for survey projects

Salary Range: $77,999 - $106,493 Per Year

Additional information:

  • 1 Permanent, 1355 John Counter Blvd, Kingston, East Region

Note:

  • Classification level and salary range for this position are subject to change pending the outcome of the PEGO Job Evaluation Project appeal process.

Please apply online, only, at www.ontario.ca/careers, quoting Job ID 165552, by Friday, July 16, 2021. Please follow the instructions to submit your application. Faxes are not being accepted at this time.

If you require accommodation in order to participate in the recruitment process, please contact us at www.gojobs.gov.on.ca/ContactUs.aspx to provide your contact information. Recruitment Services staff will contact you within 48 hours. Only those applicants selected for an interview will be contacted.

The Ontario Public Service is an inclusive employer. Accommodation will be provided in accordance with Ontario’s Human Rights Code.
www.ontario.ca/careers

 

JHG Surveying is looking for a person to provide drafting and calculation skills for various products related to the geomatics industry.

These include working on Topographic Plans, Reference Plans, Subdivision Plans, Condominium Plans, Plans of Survey, SRPR's, Sketches and other related products. The use of AutoCAD is an asset.

The successful candidate will be required to work in our Oakville office.

JHG Surveying offers competitive wages, a benefits package and RRSP matching.
Please contact : Office@jhgsurveying.ca

 

JHG Surveying is looking for Party Chief for various products related to the geomatics industry.

  • Must have solid experience in various products related to the geomatics industry. These include working on Topographic Plans, Reference Plans, Subdivision Plans, Condominium Plans, Plans of Survey, SRPR's and other related products
  • Understanding of various survey instruments is a MUST
  • Must be able to perform various physical tasks
  • Must have a valid driver's license

The successful candidate will be required to work out of our Oakville office.
 
JHG Surveying offers competitive wages, a benefits package and RRSP matching.
Please contact : Office@jhgsurveying.ca

 

Callon Dietz Inc. is a progressive land surveying and subsurface utility engineering firm offering surveying, mapping and land information services to customers located throughout Ontario. Founded in 1967, we have over 50 years of industry experience and are widely recognized as one of the top five surveying firms in the province. Today, we have four offices across Ontario located in London, North Bay, Oshawa, and Carleton Place.

The Opportunity

We are recruiting an entry-level Party Chief to join our team in London, ON. The successful candidate will participate in engineering and legal surveying projects, which will include responsibility for the following types of surveys: engineering, topographic, bathymetric, geodetic, utility, aerial, MMS/LiDAR, legal/cadastral, land development/informational, and subsurface utility. The accompanying responsibilities of this position will include, but are not limited to:

  • Travelling regularly across Ontario
  • Managing a field crew of 1-2 individuals
  • Working with Robotic Total Stations, GNSS survey instruments, digital levels, and 3D laser scanners
  • Coordinating with and providing support to our drafting/mapping division
  • Managing projects and implementing corrective actions to ensure project specifications are met
  • Providing progress reports to the Field Supervisor
  • Keeping management and clients informed on project status
  • Managing field data, notes, and work records
  • Computing field data
  • Providing technical support for internal and external clients
  • Maintaining field equipment and vehicles
  • Assisting in the preparation of work proposals
  • Mentoring and providing hands-on training to our new and existing field staff
  • Performing all duties in compliance with the OHSA and Callon Dietz’s Health and Safety and Quality Control programs

The Ideal Candidate

  • Has a university degree or college diploma in Geomatics, Engineering Technology, or a related discipline
  • Has 1-3 years of leadership experience as a Party Chief
  • Must have previous experience working with Robotic Total Stations, GNSS survey equipment, laser scanners, and digital levels
  • Is highly proficient with survey field data transfer software and general computer software and applications
  • Has a strong understanding of legal surveying requirements and best practices
  • Understands the importance of our high degree of quality and compliance to health and safety standards
  • Holds a valid driver’s license
  • Is eager to travel as a part of their day-to-day routine

Why Callon Dietz?

You will be part of a growing, dynamic team of individuals who are driven, smart, and creative. We know how to work hard, and we value work-life balance. As a member of the Callon Dietz team you will enjoy:
 

  • Competitive compensation, including generous food and travel per diems for use at your discretion
  • Comprehensive health and dental benefits
  • Flexible work hours
  • RRSP with employer matched contributions

 To apply for this position or view our other employment opportunities, please visit our website at www.callondietz.com/careers.

Callon Dietz is an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to providing a barrier-free environment and promoting independence, dignity, integration, and equal opportunities for persons with disabilities.  Accommodations are available, upon request, for candidates taking part in all aspects of the recruitment and selection process.

 

SALNA SURVEYING
ONTARIO LAND SURVEYORS
64 INDUSTRIAL ROAD
RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO L4C 2Y1
TEL 905-884-5275 FAX 905-737-7516
E-MAIL: psalna@ican.net

May 21, 2021

P. Salna Co Ltd. has an opening for an office assistant in our Richmond Hill office, General duties include,

Reporting to the OLS and General Manager, responsible for invoicing and accounts payable/payroll.  The positon also requires good organizational skills to aid in the preparation of job intake sheets, estimates and proposal documents, including tracking job costs on spread sheets as well as aiding in the general office search for pertinent land survey records

Qualifications; Simply Accounting and a good knowledge of accounting system(s) and computer system. Excellent communication skills to aid in answering calls for potential work and corresponding with clients. Detail oriented. Ability and willingness to learn new field and office survey practices

This position offers the opportunity to work in a positive environment with a competitive hourly rate. Paid extensive benefit package will be made available after employment of two years. Hours are flexible based on a mutual party’s agreement.

Interested candidates are invited to submit their resume to psalna@ican.net

We thank all applicants however only those under consideration will be contacted.

Have You Seen This Person?

Missing: Senior Ontario Land Surveyor (OLS)

The dynamic team at IN Engineering + Surveying is looking for a Senior Ontario Land Surveyor.
“We are a multi-disciplinary service firm that specializes in residential, commercial, industrial and institutional construction and development projects—large or small,” says company president Andrew Melchers, P.Eng. “We are looking for a very special person to add to the dream team.”

Melchers says that the missing Senior OLS can be found by four critical identifiers:

1.    Challenge: Our ideal Senior OLS thrives on challenge, has an entrepreneurial spirit, and is driven to lead IN’s surveying division into its next phase, working with our current OLS who brings 30 years’ experience to the team. Responsible for all surveying operations, the Senior OLS is also highly motivated, looking for intriguing professional opportunities by joining at the ground level of an exciting, growing organization—with intent to become a partner in our modern and vibrant firm.

2.    Innovation: Our Senior OLS is excited to leverage the latest technology and tools to lead our industries into the future. In an era of increasingly specialized, “boutique” firms, IN Engineering + Surveying forges its own path with a fully integrated, multi-disciplinary approach offering Surveying, Engineering, Planning and Architectural Design. By coordinating and pursuing multi-discipline projects, our Senior OLS will explore advanced tools such as GPS, 3D scanning and modelling, drone surveys, and augmented and virtual realities while continuing to offer quality land surveys.

3.    Legacy: Our Senior OLS will value our unique history and live up to its legacy with our team. IN Engineering + Surveying is a proud part of Ontario surveying history. IN recently acquired Collett Surveying, a firm with roots back to 1881 when it was founded by one of the fathers of Ontario surveying and engineering, Willis Chipman—founding member of AOLS and Ontario pioneer in waste and sewer design. Purchased by Brent Collett in 1996 and then housed in the Chipman Centre named in Chipman’s honour, today IN’s offices are home to the records of prominent surveyors in Ontario’s history including Willis Chipman. We stand on the shoulders of industry pioneers—and it shows.

4.    Community: Our Senior OLS understands and respects the value of community at multiple levels: business, social and living. As a future business owner and partner with the firm, this key individual will interact with governing bodies, landowners, real estate agents and other interested parties.  Building and maintaining client relationships and business development opportunities require the skills and commitment of a community leader. IN Engineering + Surveying seeks to engage with our community through excellent service, volunteering, and contribution.

Our Senior OLS prefers an optimal community lifestyle. Our professional culture relies on flexible schedules, continuous learning, and balanced lifestyles. Based in Brockville, Ontario, we are in the heart of the beautiful 1000 Islands region on the St. Lawrence River, summer playground of the super rich for over 150 years and still a major international recreation destination. With affordable living in the coveted small-town atmosphere while close to major urban centres like Ottawa and Kingston, Brockville and area offers excellent lifestyles on the water and friendly communities.

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Key Responsibilities

  • Manage and lead surveying crews and all surveying operations
  • Maintain all responsibilities under the AOLS Certificate of Authorization
  • Certify all cadastral surveying operations
  • Work with multi-disciplinary team such as planners, architects, and engineers
  • Build and maintain client relationships
  • Pursue business opportunities

Minimum Requirements

  • Registered as an Ontario Land Surveyor (OLS) with AOLS
  • Five years’ experience as an OLS
  • Experience with Cadastral Surveying
  • Experience with Total Station, GNSS and other current software
  • Entrepreneurial and business experience considered an asset

If you have seen this person, know this person, or (best of all) are this person, here is what to do next:
1.    Send your resume to professionals@ineng.ca
2.    Fill out our application form at: www.inengineering.ca/application-form

Questions? Contact Maggie Wheeler, Executive Assistant at 613-342-2611, ext. 107 or maggie.wheeler@ineng.ca to start what could be a beautiful friendship!

We offer:

  • Intriguing professional opportunities
  • Optimal lifestyle
  • Competitive salaries and benefits package

For this position:

  • Opportunity to be a partner with a start-up engineering and surveying firm within 12 months
  • Salary range of $115,00.00 to $125,000.00, depending on experience

  “If you’re ready for change, challenge and community,” says Melchers, “join our team. We help make dreams come true.”

IN Engineering + Surveying is an equal opportunity employer. We welcome and encourage applications from people with disabilities. Accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process.

IN Engineering and Surveying - IN Engineering + Surveying

 

 

Young & Young Surveying Inc. (Bolton) has an immediate opening for an Articling Student who is also an experienced survey Party Chief. The successful candidate will be knowledgeable and responsible to operate GPS and robotic equipment for a full range of services including boundary surveying, topographic surveys, aerial mapping, utility locates, control surveys, engineering surveys and more.

The successful candidate will be exposed to a variety of field and office work while articling to assist with the workload and to gain experience towards their articling requirements. While in the office, you will be assigned various tasks including registry office searches, survey note investigation, file preparation, calculations and quality assurance.

We offer career opportunities with progressive employment packages and working conditions for individuals looking for something different. This includes competitive wages, group health and dental benefits, floater days and flex hours for qualified candidates.

Please visit our website at www.youngsurveying.ca for more information.

Interested candidates can submit their resume to: hr@youngsurveying.ca.

 

Young & Young Surveying Inc. (Bolton) has an immediate opening for an experienced survey Party Chief. The successful candidate will be knowledgeable and responsible to operate GPS and total stations for a full range of services including boundary surveying, topographic mapping, construction layout, engineering surveys, as-builts and more.

We offer career opportunities with progressive employment packages and working conditions for individuals looking for something different. This includes competitive wages, company vehicle, health and dental benefits, floater days and flex hours for qualified candidates. Salary commensurate with experience.

Please visit our website at www.youngsurveying.ca for more information.
Interested candidates can submit their resume to: hr@youngsurveying.ca.

 

Survey Assistant

RS Surveying Limited is looking for a full-time Survey Assistant. The position requires a detail-oriented and responsible individual who will assist the party chief to perform field work within the company.

As a member of a developing company that emphasizes accuracy, you will be working in a fast-paced, collaborative environment.

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Assist party chief on planning and conducting boundary, topographic and engineering surveys and construction layout accurately
  • Interpret plans/drawings to a level to assist field activities
  • Perform field computations if required
  • Assist party chief to keep clear field notes providing sufficient and accurate information
  • Assist party chief on downloading and uploading field work records and photos in a timely manner
  • Comply with Health & Safety Regulations and workplace COVID-19 measures

KEY QUALIFICATIONS

  • Proficiency with total stations, GPS and Digital Level; Trainings to be provided if required
  • Working knowledge of Microsurvey and AutoCAD is an asset
  • Communication skills to effectively correspond with co-workers, clients and members of the public on job sites
  • Ability to carry survey equipment and tools while performing the work
  • Attention to detail is essential

MINIMUM EXPERIENCE & REQUIREMENTS

  • 2+ years of experience in legal surveys, construction, and housing layout
  • College Diploma or Bachelor’s Degree in a related field is an asset
  • Valid Ontario Driver's License and your own vehicle is required

We are located in 117 Ringwood Drive, Whitchurch-Stouffville
We offer industry standard pay packages and benefits (medical, dental, physical therapy) starting after 3 months of practice in our company.

Expect to work in all weather conditions except severe conditions.
If you think you are an individual that we are looking for please send your resume to shane@rssurveyinglimited.ca.

 

Party Chief

RS Surveying Limited is looking for an experienced full-time Party-Chief. The position requires a detail-oriented and responsible individual who will perform field work within the company.
As a member of a developing company that emphasizes accuracy, you will be working in a fast-paced, collaborative environment.

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Plan and conduct boundary, topographic and engineering surveys and construction layout accurately
  • Interpret plans/drawings to a level to perform field activities
  • Detect sufficient survey evidence for boundary retracement
  • Perform field computations as required
  • Keep clear field notes providing sufficient and accurate information
  • Download and upload field work records and photos in a timely manner
  • Comply with Health & Safety Regulations and workplace COVID-19 measures

KEY QUALIFICATIONS

  • Solid knowledge on survey methodology and regulations
  • Proficiency with total stations, GPS and Digital Level; Trainings to be provided if required
  • Working knowledge of Microsurvey and AutoCAD is an asset
  • Communication skills to effectively correspond with co-workers, clients and members of the public on job sites
  • Ability to carry survey equipment and tools while performing the work
  • Ability to work both independently and collaboratively
  • Attention to detail is essential

MINIMUM EXPERIENCE & REQUIREMENTS

  • 2+ years of experience in legal surveys, construction, and housing layout
  • College Diploma or Bachelor’s Degree in a related field is an asset
  • Valid Ontario Driver's License and your own vehicle is required

We are located in 117 Ringwood Drive, Whitchurch-Stouffville
We offer industry standard pay packages and benefits (medical, dental, physical therapy) starting after 3 months of practice in our company.

Expect to work in all weather conditions except severe conditions.
If you think you are an individual that we are looking for please send your resume to shane@rssurveyinglimited.ca.

 

A. Aziz Surveyors Inc. in Richmond Hill is looking to fill a position in our office for an experience party chief. The successful applicant will be involved with all aspects of the project. The successful applicant will have a solid understanding of legal surveys, topographic surveys and construction lay out. The applicant must be detail oriented, organized and able to work with minimal supervision. Candidate must have experience with surveying data collectors and GPS.

Minimum 3 years of work experience.

Salary commensurate with experience

Party chief Salary commensurate with experience $30-$40 per hour

We offer competitive wages, excellent company group benefit plan, and sick days.

 

Please forward your resume in confidence to: Aziz Abdelshahid , O.L.S. email: aziz@m-azizsurveyors.ca or call  (905)237-8224 ex 200 (416) 409-4267 for an interview.

 

    Krcmar Surveyors Ltd. has an immediate opening for a Drafting person who has AutoCAD experience in survey data processing, calculations and drafting boundary surveys, topographic mapping, reference plans and as-built surveys.

    • This is a full-time (8 hours/day, 5 days/week) permanent position.
    • Compensation will be based on experience.

     The successful candidate will possess the following:

    • Minimum of 2 years of survey experience and proficiency in using AutoCAD and Land Development Desktop/Civil 3D; Survey experience/knowledge is an asset 

     Please reply with a resume to tom@krcmar.ca.  We thank all applicants; however only those under consideration will be contacted.

     

      MTE Consultants Inc. has provided consulting services to communities throughout Ontario since 1985. For over 30 years, we have maintained a commitment to quality and lasting relations. Our strength is in the people we work with and the solutions we design. With 4 different offices across Ontario, our team is comprised of driven professionals at various stages of their careers – and we’re all in this together. Every day, we’re working together and collaborating on projects that are both challenging and impactful. Join a team that creates connections, drives your career and supports the community in more ways than one.

      Responsibilities

      • Work closely with a team of surveyors, engineers and technologists to deliver land survey and engineering projects including Reference Plans, Subdivision Plans, Plans of Condominium, Surveyor’s Real Property Reports, and other Plans of Survey
      • Research project-related background information, Land Registry Office Title searching and contact appropriate reviewing agencies where required
      • Oversee, prepare and review a variety of survey documents
      • Participate in the preparation of proposals
      • Report directly to our Manager of Legal Surveys
      • Other related duties as assumed by an OLS, as assigned

      Qualifications

      • Licensed Ontario Land Surveyor in good standing with the Association of Ontario Land Surveyors with preferably 3+ years of experience.
      • Strong knowledge of surveying and engineering principles and design standards
      • General familiarity with a broad field of engineering and surveying, and knowledge of reciprocal effects of the work upon other fields
      • Technical report writing skills, as well as written and verbal communication skills
      • Excellent time management and organizational skills
      • Working knowledge of MS Office, including Outlook, Word, and Excel
      • Working knowledge of AutoCAD, Civil 3D software, or other drafting/graphic software, as specified by the Division
      • Access to a vehicle for work related travel is required.  Our clients take us across southwestern Ontario, with the majority of our projects being in the Waterloo Region, Stratford and London areas.

      MTE Consultants Inc. offers a comprehensive benefit package including the following:

      • Competitive Wages
      • Shared Ownership in Our Employee Owned Company
      • Group RRSP Matching program
      • Technical Development and Career Opportunities
      • Social and Supportive Culture; and much more!

      Please submit your resume to Human Resources at careers@mte85.com.

      MTE Consultants will accommodate the needs of qualified applicants under AODA legislation in all parts of the hiring process.  Should accommodation be required, please notify our Human Resources department.

       

        MTE Consultants Inc. has provided consulting services to communities throughout Ontario since 1985. For over 30 years, we have maintained a commitment to quality and lasting relations. Our strength is in the people we work with and the solutions we design. With 4 different offices across Ontario, our team is comprised of driven professionals at various stages of their careers – and we’re all in this together. Every day, we’re working together and collaborating on projects that are both challenging and impactful. Join a team that creates connections, drives your career and supports the community in more ways than one.

        Responsibilities

        • Work closely with a team of surveyors, engineers and technologists to deliver land survey and engineering projects including Reference Plans, Subdivision Plans, Plans of Condominium, Surveyor’s Real Property Reports, and other Plans of Survey
        • Research project-related background information, Land Registry Office Title searching and contact appropriate reviewing agencies where required
        • Oversee, prepare and review a variety of survey documents
        • Participate in the preparation of proposals
        • Report directly to our Manager of Legal Surveys
        • Other related duties as assumed by an OLS, as assigned

        Qualifications

        • Licensed Ontario Land Surveyor in good standing with the Association of Ontario Land Surveyors with preferably 3+ years of experience.
        • Strong knowledge of surveying and engineering principles and design standards
        • General familiarity with a broad field of engineering and surveying, and knowledge of reciprocal effects of the work upon other fields
        • Technical report writing skills, as well as written and verbal communication skills
        • Excellent time management and organizational skills
        • Working knowledge of MS Office, including Outlook, Word, and Excel
        • Working knowledge of AutoCAD, Civil 3D software, or other drafting/graphic software, as specified by the Division
        • Access to a vehicle for work related travel is required.  Our clients take us across southwestern Ontario, with the majority of our projects being in the Waterloo Region, Stratford and London areas.

        MTE Consultants Inc. offers a comprehensive benefit package including the following:

        • Competitive Wages
        • Shared Ownership in Our Employee Owned Company
        • Group RRSP Matching program
        • Technical Development and Career Opportunities
        • Social and Supportive Culture; and much more!

        Please submit your resume to Human Resources at careers@mte85.com.

        MTE Consultants will accommodate the needs of qualified applicants under AODA legislation in all parts of the hiring process.  Should accommodation be required, please notify our Human Resources department.

         

        Role: Survey Party Chief

        F.S. Surveying Inc. is seeking a field Party Chief to join our North York office, as a full-time employee. If you are self motivated, knowledgeable and a professional individual who is interested in advancing in land surveying, you can apply to: info@fssurveying.com

        Requirements and Responsibilities:

        • Minimum 5 Years experience as a Party Chief  
        • Knowledge of data collection devices, survey equipment and procedures/regulations
        • Excellent attention to detail and communication skills
        • Must have an appropriate vehicle for construction sites
        • Provide guidance, leadership and mentorship to Survey Assistants

         

        Job Title: Senior Party Chief

        The Company: Tham Surveying Limited, located in Woodbridge, Ontario, is a team of professionals always looking to innovate and take on new projects. Being in business for over 19 years, Tham Surveying Limited has successfully completed Geomatics projects across Ontario. Our clientele base captures the spectrum from governments and consulting engineers to members of the general public. As we continue our growth, we are currently seeking enthusiastic professionals looking to advance their skills, embrace challenges as they are presented and to further contribute to our diverse and progressive work environment.

        Position Responsibilities: As a Senior Party Chief you will be leading a crew in various topographic, cadastral, and geodetic surveys. This role requires an individual who can act as a leader, mentor junior staff, and effectively communicate with other team members.

        Desired Attributes:

        • Ideally 5+ years of demonstrable field experience
        • Working knowledge of GPS technology
        • Robotic Total Stations
        • LiDAR Systems
        • Geodetic Control Network Surveys
        • Topographic Surveys
        • Cadastral Surveys
        • Ability to effectively communicate with members of the public, clients, and other team members
        • Ability to work alone or in a team environment
        • Leadership skills and providing mentorship to junior staff are expected from all party chiefs
        • The ability to demonstrate problem solving skills under pressure
        • Field note preparation
        • Clean driver’s abstract with a valid G driver’s license.

        Remuneration: Salary range for the ideal candidate will be $26.50 - $35.00/ hour plus industry enhanced benefit package.

        Company’s Expectation: The successful candidate will be required to undertake out of town assignments and work night shifts occasionally.

        Contact Information: Please send your resume and cover letter to tham@thamsurvey.ca or kumu@thamsurvey.ca.

        Additional Information: We are thankful for your interest in our company, however, only those meeting the advertised requirements will be contacted for an interview.

         

         

        Brooks and Muir Surveying is seeking a drafting technologist to join our team of professionals in a full time permanent position in our Woodstock office.

        In business for over 70 years, our firm has a stable and loyal group of clients who value quality of service and trusted relationships. We provide professional land surveying services to residential, builders, developers and Government Agencies in the Brantford, Woodstock and surrounding areas.

        Responsibilities:

        • field survey data processing
        • calculate and draft surveys – topographic, subdivision, SRPR and other related products
        • title search
        • interact with field staff and clients

        Qualifications:

        • thorough understanding of, and experience with, AutoCAD/Micro survey
        • experience with GPS and Total Station technology

        We offer a competitive salary based on experience, benefits and a positive work environment in a location with minimal traffic jams, affordable housing and easy access to Toronto, Niagara and London.

        Interested parties should send their resumes in confidence to the attention of:
        John W. Muir, OLS,CLS
        519-752-0040
        jmuir@bellnet.ca

         

        Field Party Chief

        Our company is expanding and we are looking at adding another member to our growing family.  IBW is seeking out a Party Chief to join our team, working out of our Bowmanville or Oakville office! This role consists of the following:

        Role

        The Party Chief completes fieldwork assigned to them while being the leader of a survey crew. As a leader of the survey crew, the Party Chief is responsible for completing all assigned work efficiently and as per both AOLS and IBW Standards.

         

        Responsibilities

        • Complete SRPR’s, Reference Plans (for new description), Stake Limits, Plan of Survey, Expropriation Plan, and Topographic Surveys
        • Completing field notes on all projects at time of performing survey, documenting the field checks and ensuring the notes reflect the work that was completed in the field
        • Completing final locates for builders surveys, including documenting the current state of the property on the field notes.  The notes should indicate if/how the survey bar was set and checked, where monuments still exist and any fencing or features on or near the boundaries
        • Demonstrate a solid knowledge of boundary locations, and to identify on site the boundary’s locations along street corridors or subject lands.
        • Setting survey bars that have been pre-calculated, and completing field notes to show how the bars were set as well as the appropriate checks on the set bars
        • General boundary retracement principles and monument regulations, including recognizing and attempting to re-establish the boundaries from the nearest ascertainable evidence
        • Completing field notes on all projects at time of performing survey, documenting the field checks and ensuring the notes reflect the work that was completed in the field.
        • Simple cogo calculations on the data collector
        • Demonstrate proficiency with all field equipment and competently pair all devices
        • Ensuring equipment is in good working order
        • Working knowledge of all types of IBW survey equipment

        Preferred Qualifications

        • Minimum 2 Years experience

        Interested applicants can apply to Spiro.Sinnis@ibwsurveyors.com

         

        MacAulay White & Muir Ltd. is looking for a personable and detail oriented licensed Cadastral Ontario Land Surveyor to join our team of professionals in a full time permanent position immediately.

        In business for over 70 years, our firm has a stable group of clients who value quality of service and trusted relationships. This solid reputation has resulted in continued growth in keeping with strong residential and industrial development in our area. We provide a diverse range of professional surveying services to private owners, home builders, developers and Government Agencies in the City of Brantford, County of Brant and surrounding areas.

        Responsibilities:

        • communicate with staff, clients and other agencies with regards to Legal, Topographic and Construction survey projects
        • scheduling and project direction to field crews
        • prepare project proposals for potential clients
        • provide guidance to staff
        • calculate layouts and check Survey plans in accordance with governing regulations

        Qualifications:

        • licensed member of AOLS with a minimum of 3 years’ experience
        • thorough understanding of, and experience with, AutoCAD/Micro survey, GPS and Total Station technology
        • excellent communication skills, respectful mannerisms and management experience
        • CLS License or experience an asset

        Employment Value:

        • competitive salary based on experience
        • employee health benefits
        • flexible vacation weeks
        • positive work environment in which teamwork and integrity are critical and fun is inevitable
        • a friendly and affordable community to live, work and play with minimal traffic jams and easy access to Toronto, Niagara and London.

        Interested parties should send their resumes in confidence to the attention of:
        John W. Muir, OLS, CLS
        519-752-0040
        jmuir@bellnet.ca

         

        RS Surveying Limited is looking for an experienced full-time Party-Chief. The position requires a detail-oriented and responsible individual who will perform field work within the company.

        As a member of a developing company that emphasizes accuracy, you will be working in a fast-paced, collaborative environment.

        JOB RESPONSIBILITIES

        • Plan and conduct boundary, topographic and engineering surveys and construction layout accurately
        • Interpret plans/drawings to a level to perform field activities
        • Detect sufficient survey evidence for boundary retracement
        • Perform field computations as required
        • Keep clear field notes providing sufficient and accurate information
        • Download and upload field work records and photos in a timely manner
        • Comply with Health & Safety Regulations and workplace COVID-19 measures

        KEY QUALIFICATIONS

        • Solid knowledge on survey methodology and regulations
        • Proficiency with total stations, GPS and Digital Level; Trainings to be provided if required
        • Working knowledge of Microsurvey and AutoCAD is an asset
        • Communication skills to effectively correspond with co-workers, clients and members of the public on job sites
        • Ability to carry survey equipment and tools while performing the work
        • Ability to work both independently and collaboratively
        • Attention to detail is essential

        MINIMUM EXPERIENCE & REQUIREMENTS

        • 2+ years of experience in legal surveys, construction, and housing layout
        • College Diploma or Bachelor’s Degree in a related field is an asset
        • Valid Ontario Driver's License and your own vehicle is required

        We are located in 117 Ringwood Drive, Whitchurch-Stouffville
        We offer industry standard pay packages and benefits (medical, dental, physical therapy) starting after 3 months of practice in our company.

        Do expect to work in a variety of weather conditions.

        HOW TO APPLY:
        If you think you are an individual that we are looking for, please send your resume to shane@rssurveyinglimited.ca.

         

        Stantec Geomatics Ltd. is seeking an Ontario Land Surveyor/Project Manager to develop prospects in any of our Ontario Southwest offices, including Waterloo, London, Markham or Hamilton. This position involves the supervision of a dedicated team of survey technologists and technicians and liaising with clients and team leads from other disciplines.  This position will appeal to those individuals who enjoy a dynamic work environment where they can manage multifaceted projects.

        Your Opportunity
        The successful candidate will be responsible for all aspects of Project Management including preparing proposals, project research, project computations, field and office staff supervision, plan review, signing plans, reporting and timely delivery on final returns.

        Your Key Responsibilities

        • Responsible for survey calculations, analysis and final plan checking, and client relations.
        • Manage multiple projects as an Owner’s Representative. Managing the approved scope, budget and schedule are of utmost importance.
        • Communicates daily with the client and project team.
        • Monitors projects from initiation through delivery, interfacing with clients on technical matters.
        • Works directly with project team members, to include other registered surveyors, engineers, and technical and survey staff.
        • Performs other duties of a similar nature and level as assigned.

        Qualifications
        Your Capabilities and Credentials

        • Experience with GPS and total station survey equipment
        • Experience with survey computational and least squares adjustment software (Micro Survey and AutoCAD) an asset
        • Excellent interpersonal skills, written and verbal communication skills
        • Solid understanding of statutory and regulatory requirements
        • Eager to learn and develop professionally
        • Self-motivated

        Education and Experience
        Bachelor’s degree or equivalent in Geomatics, Surveying or related field, with a Minimum of 7-8 years of experience. Experience with managing geomatics projects and/or Licensed Ontario Land Surveyor.

        Typical office environment working with computers and remaining sedentary for long periods of time. Field work may include exposure to the elements including inclement weather.

        This description is not a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that may be required of the employee and other duties, responsibilities and activities may be assigned or may be changed at any time with or without notice.

        Stantec is a place where the best and brightest come to build on each other’s talents, do exciting work, and make an impact on the world around us. Join us and redefine your personal best.

        Submit your Application

         

        A.T. McLaren Limited is a mid-sized Hamilton surveying firm providing legal and engineering surveys since 1968.  We have completed over 36, 000 projects for both public and private sectors throughout Hamilton-Wentworth, Halton, Niagara and Wellington County.  This experience has allowed the company to undertake many diverse and challenging projects for a broad range of clients including government agencies, municipalities, developers, homebuilders, architects, engineers and private clients.  

        We are a growing company in search of a qualified Ontario Land Surveyor to join our dynamic team.  The position we are looking to fill is a permanent, full-time role, commencing immediately.

        Primary responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

        • Manage surveying projects, including scheduling field crew and drafting team
        • Communication with clients and co-consultants
        • Expedite work to completion with a sense of urgency
        • Boundary and construction layout calculations
        • Provide final products that adhere to provincial and municipal statutes and regulations
        • Mentoring, guidance and training to team members

        Qualifications and Requirements:

        • Licensed member of the AOLS
        • Excellent communication, organizational and management skills
        • Strong knowledge of CAD
        • Business sense
        • Strata reference plan and condominium experience

        Benefits:

        • Extended health care and life insurance
        • Competitive wages
        • Annual bonus based on performance
        • Flexible vacation weeks
        • Minimal overtime
        • Collaborative office culture
        • Paid continuing education sessions

        Please email resumes to mcavero@atmclaren.com

         

        JHG Surveying is looking for Party Chief for various products related to the geomatics industry.

        • Must have solid experience in various products related to the geomatics industry. These include working on Topographic Plans, Reference Plans, Subdivision Plans, Condominium Plans, Plans of Survey, SRPR's and other related products.
        • Understanding of various survey instruments is a MUST.
        • Must be able to perform various physical tasks.
        • Must have a valid driver's license.
        • The successful candidate will be required to work out of our Oakville office.
        • JHG Surveying offers competitive wages, a benefits package and RRSP matching.

        Please email resumes to office@jhgsurveying.ca

         

        JHG Surveying is looking for a person to be able to work outdoors as an Assistant to the Party Chief for various aspects related to the Geomatics Industry.

        • Understanding of various survey instruments is an asset.
        • Must be able to perform various physical tasks.
        • Must have a valid driver's license.
        • The successful candidate will be required to work out of our Oakville office.
        • JHG Surveying offers competitive wages, a benefits package and RRSP matching.

        Please email resumes to office@jhgsurveying.ca

         

        GeoVerra is currently seeking an Ontario Land Surveyor (OLS) to join our Geomatics team, located in Ottawa, Ontario. Reporting to the Geomatics Director, this position will maintain client relationships through exceptional communication and Project Management for the delivery of legal surveys and other geomatics related services.

        This is a leadership position that will steer and maintain the upward growth trajectory of our local Ottawa team. This role has significant impact with external clients and internal team members, and therefore needs to be connected to and live out GeoVerra’s Vision, Mission and Values through actions and results.

        Key Responsibilities

        • Build, maintain and strengthen relationships with clients; be/become our clients’ trusted advisor.
        • Lead and/or assist in preparing quality proposals in conjunction with our proposal office that meet the client’s requirements, including but not limited to defining scope, assumptions, standard content, execution plan, detailed cost estimates and project profitability estimates.
        • Lead project teams to deliver quality work on time and on budget.
        • Improve profitability of projects through effective planning and active scope/schedule management.    
        • Conduct Management Field Observations on a bi-annual basis to discuss safety with employees and ensure that safe working conditions are being maintained in accordance with GeoVerra’s standards.
        • Monitor project and team performance. Forecast project outcomes and adjust where necessary to deliver successful project outcomes.
        • Manage client expectations and scope changes through active communication.
        • Identify and resolve client, project and/or team issues.
        • Communicate with clients and internal team members to ensure timely flow of information, actions, deliverables, timelines and budgets.
        • Maintain a risk-aware project environment, recognizing risk events early and proactively mitigating.
        • Ensure Quality, safety, legislation and industry standards are met or exceeded.
        • Facilitate an environment of high performance. Mentor and support the development of self and the project team members.
        • Willingness and ability to travel to sites within and beyond the National Capital Region.
        • Build, maintain and strengthen positive relationships with clients; be/become our clients’ trusted advisor.
        • Lead and/or assist in preparing quality proposals in conjunction with our proposal office that meet the client’s requirements, including but not limited to defining scope, assumptions, standard content, execution plan, detailed cost estimates and project profitability estimates.
        • Lead project teams to deliver quality work on time and on budget.
        • Improve profitability of projects through effective planning and active scope/schedule management.    

        Required Skills and Behaviours

        • Must be an Ontario Land Surveyor (OLS) in good standing with the Association of Ontario Land Surveyors (AOLS);
        • Diploma or Degree in Geomatics Engineering Technology, B.Sc. in Geomatics or related discipline;
        • 5+ years of previous project management experience with demonstrated success in managing: Client Expectations, Scope, Budget / Forecast, Schedule, and Quality;
        • Knowledge of project financial processes including estimating, managing and controlling costs, Operating Profit/Margins, and forecasting;
        • Strong client management and sales skills to increase year-over-year sales with new and existing clients;
        • Excellent written and verbal communication skills;
        • Active participation in the Ontario legal survey industry and related events;
        • Ability to work effectively and competently with people at all levels in the organization; is a great team member;
        • Ability to work without supervision; effective time management and strong organizational skills;
        • Contribute on an on-going culture of safety in all work environments;
        • Ability to work to deadlines and see tasks through to completion.
        • Strong analytical skills and attention to detail.
        • Strong awareness of project budget, scope and primary tasks to maintain project schedules.
        • Working knowledge of laws, regulations, statutes and codes pertaining to project impacts and Land Surveying services.
        • As this is a safety and security sensitive position, the successful candidate must be able to pass a drug & alcohol test as well as a police background check and successfully obtain security clearance.

        Working Conditions

        • Travel may be required;
        • Flexible work arrangements available (combination of office and work from home).

        GeoVerra has every intention of fostering diversity within and across our organization. We welcome those who would contribute to the further diversification of our staff including, but not limited to, women, visible minorities, Indigenous people, persons with disabilities, and persons of any sexual orientation or gender identity.

        Submit your application

         

        About Us

        Callon Dietz Inc. is a progressive land surveying and subsurface utility engineering firm offering surveying, mapping and land information services to customers located throughout Ontario. Founded in 1967, we have over 50 years of industry experience and are widely recognized as one of the top five surveying firms in the province. Today, we have four offices across Ontario located in London, North Bay, Oshawa, and Carleton Place.


        The Opportunity

        We are recruiting a licensed Ontario Land Surveyor (OLS) to join our team in Carleton Place, ON. The responsibilities of this position will include, but are not limited to:

        • Managing all aspects of survey projects including price estimates, cost-tracking, client communication, resource scheduling, invoicing, and on-time delivery
        • Acting as Project Manager on a variety of projects within various survey knowledge areas (i.e. condominiums, roads, boundary retracement, etc.)
        • Performing and reviewing survey calculations
        • Identifying survey methods and approaches for field and drafting personnel
        • Ensuring quality control measures are applied and documented
        • Ensuring that all products adhere to the applicable Federal, Provincial, Municipal, and City regulations
        • Reviewing project deliverables prior to client release
        • Engaging with the Registry Office to ensure the seamless registration or deposit of plans
        • Communicating effectively with management on project status
        • Developing relationships with new and existing clients
        • Mentoring and training all levels of the team to aid development and succession planning
        • Mentoring our articling students through all aspects of their professional development
        • Meeting/exceeding all AOLS Continual Professional Development (CPD) requirements

        The Ideal Candidate

        • Is a licensed Ontario Land Surveyor (OLS)
        • Has 1-3 years working experience as an OLS
        • Is a member in good standing with the Association for Ontario Land Surveyors (AOLS)
        • Is highly proficient in cadastral and engineering surveying methodologies
        • Has excellent communication and project management skills
        • Has a strong working knowledge of CAD and other relevant surveying software
        • Understands the limitations and use of standard surveying equipment

        Why Callon Dietz?

        You will be part of a growing, dynamic team of individuals who are driven, smart, and creative. We know how to work hard, and we value work-life balance. As a member of the Callon Dietz team you will enjoy:

        • Competitive compensation
        • Comprehensive health and dental benefits
        • Flexible work hours
        • RRSP with employer matched contributions

        To apply for this position or view our other employment opportunities, please visit our website at www.callondietz.com/careers


        Callon Dietz is an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to providing a barrier-free environment and promoting independence, dignity, integration, and equal opportunities for persons with disabilities. Accommodations are available, upon request, for candidates taking part in all aspects of the recruitment and selection process.

         

        Purpose

        GeoVerra is currently seeking a Survey Crew Chief to join our Geomatics team, located around the GTA, Ontario. Reporting to the Field Crew Coordinator this position will present the opportunity to work one the most exciting projects in Canada by joining a locally-dedicated GeoVerra team of young professionals who are heavily embedded in the use of advanced technology for precision surveys and 3D scanning.

        Key Responsibilities    

        • Manage and perform field survey work;
        • Liaise with Project Managers and Site Supervisors to coordinate field survey work, to review and manage project budgets, timeline requirements, priorities and survey methodology;
        • Act as a company representative, liaising directly with client field representatives and land owners;
        • Prepare and communicate field notes, sketches, checklists and digital data in required formats for Project Managers, Land Surveyors and Drafting personnel;
        • Control data processing and adjustment;
        • Provide guidance and mentorship to Survey Assistants working with you;
        • Contribute to the development and implementation of industry best practices, more efficient field processes and procedures and the innovative use of new technology;
        • Actively participate in and proactively support the advancement of the GeoVerra safety program;
        • Some office technical survey work may be required in this position; and
        • Other duties as assigned/required

        Required Skills and Behaviours

        • Graduate of a recognized post-secondary program related to surveying, geomatics or have an equivalent amount of related experience;
        • BSc. Eng. (Geomatics) Degree is an asset;
        • 6-10 years of experience in a survey Crew Chief role;
        • Must have experience and an excellent understanding of high precision control surveys (conventional/GNSS) and data collection methods;
        • Strong working knowledge of survey equipment and software including GPS, Robotic Total Stations, UAVs, and Laser Scanners;
        • Knowledge and experience of Trimble and Leica equipment and software, laser scanning would be considered a strong asset;
        • Strong problem-solving skills in a field environment;
        • Effective verbal and written communication skills;
        • Ability to produce accurate and legible field notes;
        • The ability to develop and motivate survey crew and work well in a team environment;
        • An aptitude for delivering projects on time and budget;
        • Experience with the use of ATVs/UTVs, snowmobiles and chainsaws would be considered an asset;
        • A valid G driver’s license and can provide a clean driver’s abstract;
        • Ability to obtain site access security;
        • Completed training and valid tickets in First Aid, H2S, height awareness, fall arrest and CSTS safety training, is an asset;
        • As this is a safety and security sensitive position, the successful candidate must be able to pass a drug & alcohol test, a police background check and qualify to obtain site access clearance.

        Working Conditions

        • Out of town work and frequent travel required;
        • Ability to carry, lift and push 50lbs+ on a regular basis;
        • Ability to work outside in all weather conditions;

        GeoVerra has every intention of fostering diversity within and across our organization. We welcome those who would contribute to the further diversification of our staff including, but not limited to, women, visible minorities, Indigenous people, persons with disabilities, and persons of any sexual orientation or gender identity.

        Submit your application here.

         

        Senior Field Technologist – Party Chief (Cadastral/Construction)
        The Senior Field Technologist (Party Chief) will be responsible for completing the field work on assigned jobs in accordance with the industry regulations and Rouse Surveyor Inc.'s procedures and technical standards.
        This position will require the versatility to work on construction projects as well, with a high level of accuracy, ensuring the design criteria is adhered to and well documented.

         

        Key Responsibilities

        • Research background information to show on legal plans
        • Review Title, legal plans, parcel identifier, and other documents from the Land Registry
        • Prepare layout data from digital design files and check against printed dimensions
        • Perform construction layout work in various stages
        • Perform quantity/as built surveys
        • Maintain and verify site control points and benchmarks
        • Operate Robotic total stations, GPS, and level instruments to perform required surveys
        • Download field survey data and make records ready for processing and documentation
        • Decipher information from preliminary data, field notes, sketches, GPS and total station data in order to create accurate drawings and plans
        • Work with the CAD draftsperson
        • Prepare daily field report and comply with all Rouse Health and Safety protocols.
        • Ensure equipment is maintained and calibrated

        Required Knowledge and Experience

        • Engineering or min. College level education in Surveying or Geomatics
        • Knowledge and experience of survey practices and standards as they relate to performing cadastral surveys
        • Must be comfortable with static control surveys, high-precision layout work and 1st order levelling techniques, or willing to learn
        • Familiar with precision requirements in steel work, concrete pours, elevation checks and various redundancy checks
        • Experience with the operation of robotic total station, GPS, and other survey instrumentation
        • Preference to candidates with Min. 3 years of experience in surveying for construction
        • Basic knowledge and experience of survey data preparation for field surveys/download and process through instrument office software.
        • Strong Computer skills and the ability to use AutoCAD, Leica Infinity etc.
        • Effective interpersonal and teamwork skills with a high level of dependability.
        • G Class Driver’s license

        Job Type: Full-time, Permanent

        Salary: $27.00-$34.00 per hour

        BONUS-Willingness to pursue articling process towards your OLS

        Compensation includes:  
        • Competitive wages and compensation depending on experience, re-evaluated regularly.
        • Health Benefits after 3 months
        • Opportunities for Overtime.
        • Company Vehicle Provided

        All applications will be treated with confidentiality.  Please forward your resume and cover letter to:  

        Tammy Clark, Executive Assistant to Tracy R. Rouse, OLS, OLIP
        tammy@rousesurveyors.com

         

        Young & Young Etobicoke is seeking the following positions for our growing business:

        • licensed O.L.S.
        • title searcher
        • party chief
        • senior CAD operator
        • receptionist

        Please send your resume to: resumes@youngandyoung.ca

        Annis, O’Sullivan, Vollebekk Ltd. (AOV) is a privately-owned, independent, multi-disciplined Professional Land Surveying firm based in the Ottawa area, actively involved in large infrastructure, development, rail, and transit projects. AOV provides clientele a wide range of services in topographic, hydrographic, cadastral, geodetic and engineering surveys.

        In addition to providing for a full range of land development consulting services, including severances, subdivision design & layouts, and condominium projects, AOV also plays a key role in creating strata-ownership and easement limits for multi-use developments and the local LRT initiative.

        The AOV group of companies employs over 100 people across four offices within the Ottawa region. Our employees come to work everyday doing something that they know really matters – they help ensure homes, condos and other new or existing construction are laid out in compliance with designs, drawings and municipal requirements.

        We are currently looking for an Ontario Land Surveyor (OLS) who is passionate about surveying and land development, and understands the fundamental principles in doing so. The ideal candidate has a strong work ethic, an aptitude towards leading edge technology, and the ability to break down complex problems into manageable solutions Help us move forward as we continue to be the leader in best practices within our industry!

        Responsibilities:
        •    Convey a sense of urgency internally and externally to drive issues to closure
        •    Focus on achieving agreed upon commitments
        •    Direct field and office staff on various project needs to develop project specific plans and documents
        •    Produce work plans in which objectives are clearly defined and steps for achieving them are well detailed for project crews to follow
        •    Provide clients (internal and external) with efficient responses to inquires
        •    Anticipate client needs and respond within a timely manner to each inquiry
        •    Respect budget constraints
        Requirements:

        Knowledge and Education
        •    Degree in Geomatics Engineering or equivalent
        •    Member of the Association for Ontario Land Surveyors (AOLS)
        •    Accredited Ontario Land Surveyors License (OLS)
        •    Knowledge of development practices and principles
        •    Relevant work experience
        Skills and Experience
        •    Licensed OLS
        •    Working knowledge of AutoCAD, MicroSurvey and/or Coordinate Geometry Software
        •    Ability to work as a team player
        •    Strong problem-solving skills
        •    Can mentor and direct junior staff on the various projects
        •    Ability to gather information required to be provided to the field staff on any given project
        •    Experience in a client facing role
        Ready to apply?

        If you are looking for an exciting opportunity to build a career with AOV please send your cover letter and resume to careers@aovltd.com.

        We welcome applications from all interested candidates, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted. Annis O’Sullivan Vollebekk is an equal opportunity employer and accommodates people with disabilities throughout the recruitment and selection process

         

         

        McIntosh Perry is growing to meet demand – and we need you! As a growing multi-disciplinary engineering and related professional services firm, we are building on our strong National reputation by maintaining our commitment to ethical work practices, a quality product and exceptional service. With more than 600 employees in offices across Canada, McIntosh Perry is expanding its scope and looking for new talent to join our supportive, dynamic team. Our core values validate everything we have believed in since our company started:

        Walk a mile in someone else’s shoes - Treat others as they would like to be treated

        Make Momma proud - Do the right thing

        Every McIntosh has a core - Be a leader

        Pass. Shoot. Score. - Becoming excellent together                                                       

        Did you dot the i’s and cross the t’s? - Personal responsibility

        Don’t forget to cut the ribbon - Making a difference

        If you are looking for an opportunity to work with a collaborative, hard-working and dedicated team of professionals and have fun, please apply at this link.

        DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

        Our growing Survey Group is looking for an Ontario Land Surveyor to join the team in either our Perth or Ottawa, ON office. This person will be a technical lead in the Surveying Division. While technical experience is the primary objective of this position, it must be coupled with a drive to develop business, mentor staff and expand our services. If you have a willingness to work in a flexible and challenging environment, with a group of energetic and ambitions professionals, who value efficiency, integrity and profitability, and are willing to drive change to benefit the group, we encourage you to apply.

        Duties include but are not limited to:

        Conduct all types of legal (boundary, subdivision, condominium), engineering (topographical), and construction (layout) surveys;
        Providing mentorship to the Surveying Team;
        Contribute to proper project planning for the scheduling, staffing and resourcing of teams in order to ensure the effective execution of projects;
        Contribute to the preparation of proposals, development of work plans, schedules, budgets, fees and negotiations;
        Monitoring progress on all projects to ensure timelines and targets are being met;
        Monitoring industry standards and developments, assessing client needs and making concrete decisions on proposed solutions;
        Providing review and direction on technical reports; and
        Participating in the strategic development and pursuit of clients and projects and providing visible leadership with potential clients and existing clients.

        QUALIFICATIONS

        Licensed Ontario Land Surveyor (OLS); (Canada Lands Surveyor would be an asset);
        3 years OLS experience
        A reputation for technical excellence, leadership and communications skills enabling immediate credible with customers, partners and staff;
        Knowledge of survey practices, standards and laws;
        Competency in and understanding of the use of current survey and field instruments (Robotic total stations, GNSS Equipment, laser scanners);
        Proficient in the use of office, data management, surveying and engineering-based software;
        Understanding of and experience with Least Squares adjustments and data analysis;
        Excellent written and verbal communication skills;
        Proven track record of profitable business management and growth;
        Ability to work effectively as part of a team, with clients and other relevant stakeholders;
        Demonstrated project management skills including the ability to provide leadership to a variety of technical professionals; 
        Possess a valid driver’s license and have access to a vehicle with valid registration and insurance; and 
        A willingness to work in flexible and challenging environment, with a group of energetic and ambitions professionals, who value efficiency, integrity and profitability, and are willing to drive change to benefit the group.

        If you are looking for an opportunity to work with a collaborative, hard-working and dedicated team of professionals and have fun, please apply at this link.

        McIntosh Perry is an equal opportunities employer offering a competitive salary and benefits to those with the skills suited to the needs of our clients.

        McIntosh Perry welcomes and encourages applications from people with disabilities. Accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process.

         

        Shipman Surveying Ltd.: Seeking a Field Assistant/Survey Technician our Ottawa office.  We are a small to mid-sized firm, specializing in rural and suburban work for over 40 years.

        Past experience is an asset; however, we will train a motivated candidate.

        We offer competitive wages, excellent hours, and a great work environment.

        Interested candidates should contact our office directly: 613-489-3910.

        Email: jshipman1697@rogers.com

         

        Ontario Land Surveyor Required

        Altimap Land Surveyors are seeking an OLS:

        Qualifications

        Qualified Ontario Land Surveyor (Cadastral), in good standing, with the Association of Ontario Land Surveyors
        3+ years of experience checking plans (R-Plans, M-Plans, stratified reference plans and condominium plans)
        Experience applying the principles of surveying to the formulation of title opinions and the preparation of documents based on survey research
        Experience in the quality assurance of survey plans
        Research, analytical and problem-solving skills to investigate records, evaluate and formulate opinions and identify solutions
        Experience in assessing evidence and creating the legal Boundaries based on the priority of evidence principles
        Proficiency in the use of general computer software (AutoCAD and/or Microsurvey CAD) 
        Ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing at all organizational levels
        Excellent communication skills

        Responsibilities

        Requesting Searches from Local Surveyors, 
        Pre-field Calculations, 
        Field Data Manipulations
        GPS observation Calculations
        Calculations on Re-establishing Legal Boundaries
        Review survey plans in conformity with the Companies Procedural Guide's Checklist
        Identification of any errors or omissions that could impact plan integrity, and providing instruction for necessary revisions
        Maintaining the companies high standards regarding the quality of all plans completed by the office
        Sign and professionally certify legal survey plans for registration/deposit at the Land Registry Office
        Use your surveying expertise to identify, evaluate and provide professional feedback and recommendations

        Employment: Full-time
        Career Level: Experienced
        Location: Toronto Office
        Salary Range: $80,000 to $100,000
        Vacation: 2 weeks

        Employee Benefits: Health/Medical

        Candidates interested in this position are invited to submit a resume to Info@Altimap.CA

        Land Survey Assistant required to work in the Dunnville office of Rasch & Hyde Ltd.

        Job Responsibilities and Duties
        • Operate survey equipment including levels, Total Stations, data collectors, levels; GPS equipment, to take accurate and precise observations.
        • Assist and communicate with the Land Survey Party Chief in the progress of the field work.
        • Maintain field equipment, vehicles and office environments.
        • Adhere to all Health and Safety Policies and Regulations as required by legislative bodies, clients, and in-house policies
        • Other duties as required to meet the needs of our clients

        Follow and abide by strict protocols related to Covid-19.

        Qualifications
        • Strong mathematical and communication skills
        • Dependable, reliable and hard working,
        • Candidates with, or in progress of completing, a surveying or engineering technology program will be given preference.
        • Experience with land surveying procedures and survey equipment is an asset

        The successful candidate will be required to work outside on a daily basis in varying weather conditions and environments and demands a certain degree of physical fitness as you will be standing or walking for most of the day; carrying equipment (up to 50 pounds); using hand tools including shovel and sledge hammers; etc.

        Interested candidates should submit their resume and cover letter online. If accessibility accommodations are required during any stage of the recruitment process, please do not hesitate to contact Mr. Hyde.  Only those who are chosen for an interview will be contacted

         

         

        R. Avis Surveying Inc.
        Party Chief/Senior Field Survey Technician
        Full-time, Permanent

        R. Avis Surveying Inc. is a multi-disciplined, leading edge Land Surveying company located in Toronto. With 30+ years of experience and a strong reputation, our company provides innovative surveying solutions and services to a broad range of customers across the greater Toronto Area.

        We are a small, close knit company with a dynamic focus on customers and employees.  

        We are looking for a Party Chief/Senior Field Survey Technician who will be responsible for working on the field and site components of land surveys.  You may work both individually and in a team environment to complete your work.  You will have an excellent understanding of field survey techniques in conducting legal, topographic and construction surveys.

        Duties and Responsibilities include:
        •    Performing legal and topographic survey field calculations of future development sites;
        •    Construction layout using approved field survey methods;
        •    Performing survey field calculations to determine and position construction and engineering components on development sites;
        •    Measuring and recording angles, distances and elevations using survey equipment including but not limited to positioning and holding the vertical rods, targets and using other pertinent surveying equipment to use for sighting to measure angles, distances, and elevations;
        •    Preparing and recording field measurements in accordance with approved field note recording methods;
        •    Responsibility for the transportation, assembly, dismantling and maintenance of survey equipment while in the field;
        •    Working accurately and carefully independently or as part of a team;
        •    Training Junior Field Survey Technicians as necessary; and,
        •    Travelling to site locations to perform field survey work required.

        Qualifications:
        •    Post-secondary education in Surveying/survey sciences with an understanding of field   survey techniques required;
        •    Minimum 3-4 years’ experience in a senior field survey technician/party chief role or in a similar setting, with construction survey experience an asset;
        •    Detailed knowledge of survey equipment, their uses and applications, including familiarity with the use of Total Stations and GPS equipment;
        •    May be required to perform surveying computations and various calculations;
        •    G Class Driver’s licence and own vehicle required;
        •    Excellent interpersonal and teamwork skills with a high level of dependability; and,
        •    Strong technical, communication, problem solving and organizational skills.

        Working Conditions:
        •    Field work is required – able to work outside in all types of weather.
        •    Ability to climb stairs of buildings in various stages of completion.
        •    Able to lift and carry up to 50 pounds or 23 kilograms over moderate distances.

        Health and Safety
        •    Extensive COVID-19 safety protocols in place.
        •    Health and safety protocols, equipment provided as applicable and/or necessary.
        •    WHMIS, WAH, other certificates an asset.

        Compensation includes:  
        •    Competitive wages and compensation depending on experience, re-evaluated regularly.
        •    Paid Personal Emergency Leave/sick days (up to 10 days per calendar year, prorated).
        •    Opportunities for Overtime.

        Our organization will, upon request, provide accommodations for disability to support your participation in all aspect of our Recruitment Process.

        All applications will be treated with confidentiality.  Please forward your resume and cover letter to:  

        Dario Miret, Senior Project Manager
        admin@ravissurveying.com

         


        To any Articling Student or OLS looking for a new opportunity, the firm of Wilson-Ford Surveying, located 2 hours northwest of Toronto, would like to speak with you.

        We are looking for is someone who is seeking a small-town experience where a commute might last 5 to 10 minutes with just three stoplights and the odd horse & buggy mixed in. 

        Any candidate can expect to be challenged in both urban, rural, and remote locations, all within approximately an hour of our head office, located in Mount Forest.

        Our firm has been established for 48 years and we are currently seeking an amazing Articling Student or OLS to join our growing team. The right candidate would be joining with us with the intent to learn and grow, with the ultimate goal of taking over the reins moving forward.

        You will never be expected to work on weekends or spend nights out of town. Working with a diverse group of individuals,  we aspire to be a firm where people enjoy and take pride in that work.

        Your talent and experience is an asset, but what we value more is team chemistry. Your salary will be commensurate with your experience.

        Head Office: 120 King Street East, Mount Forest, ON N0G 2L0 

        Next steps:
        • You read this ad and are interested in working with us in rural Ontario
        • You tell you are interested by submitting your resume in confidence to: margot@wilsonford.ca
        • We meet, by video, to introduce our awesome company and its benefits (life, health, group pension plan and bonuses)
        • Come and meet with us to verify our tales. Tell your friends that we have paid you to move here and how amazing your life has become.

         

        Lejan Land Surveying Inc. is seeking the services of a Land Survey Technician/Technologist

        Office Location: Stoney Creek, Ontario

        Duties/Qualities:

        • Data processing, analysis and quality control of fieldwork
        • Plan and execute fieldwork efficiently
        • Draft engineering, legal and topographical plans using Microsurvey
        • Ability to work independently
        • Quality oriented Team Player
        • Creative and Innovative Thinker
        • Mathematically Competent
        • Continual Learner and Problem Solver
        • Accountable, Dependable and Honest
        • Experience with Microsurvey and/or Leica equipment will be an added advantage. Our ideal candidate would have some field experience in surveying, and can be trained in CAD.

        Key qualifications:

        • College Diploma or University Degree in Land Surveying/Civil Engineering or a related field.

         Experience:

        • Canadian experience will be an added advantage

        Land Lejan Surveying offers competitive wages and benefits

        Please contact: info@lejansurveying.ca

         

        Brooks and Muir Surveying is seeking a field survey party chief to join our team of professionals in a full time permanent position at our Woodstock office.

        In business for over 70 years, our firm has a stable and loyal group of clients who value quality of service and trusted relationships. We provide professional land surveying services to property owners, builders, developers and Government Agencies in the Brantford, Woodstock and surrounding areas.

        Responsibilities:
        - gather field survey data through use of conventional and GPS methods
        - prepare field notes
        - interact with office staff and clients

        Qualifications:
        - experience with conducting legal and topographic surveys and in recovery of boundary evidence in the field
        - experience in reading & understanding deeds, construction drawings associated with layout, and plans
        - minimum G license with clean driving record
        - ability to work outdoors including lifting and carrying instruments over rough terrain, clearing of vegetation, digging holes & pounding stakes with hand tools

        We offer a competitive salary based on experience, benefits and a positive work environment in a location with minimal traffic jams, affordable housing and easy access to Toronto, Niagara and London.

        Interested parties should send their resumes in confidence to the attention of:

        John W. Muir, OLS,CLS
        519-752-0040
        jmuir@bellnet.ca

        Brooks and Muir Surveying is seeking a drafting technologist to join our team of professionals in a full time permanent position in our Woodstock office.

        In business for over 70 years, our firm has a stable and loyal group of clients who value quality of service and trusted relationships. We provide professional land surveying services to property owners, builders, developers and Government Agencies in the Brantford, Woodstock and surrounding areas.

        Responsibilities:
        - field survey data processing
        - calculate and draft surveys – topographic, subdivision, SRPR and other related products
        - title search
        - interact with field staff and clients

        Qualifications:
        - thorough understanding of, and experience with, AutoCAD/Micro survey
        - experience with GPS and Total Station technology

        We offer a competitive salary based on experience, benefits and a positive work environment in a location with minimal traffic jams, affordable housing and easy access to Toronto, Niagara and London.

        Interested parties should send their resumes in confidence to the attention of:

        John W. Muir, OLS,CLS
        519-752-0040
        jmuir@bellnet.ca


        Are you a professional land surveyor looking to join a dynamic team? Then consider these exciting opportunities with the Ministry of Transportation, Geomatics Northeast section and Geomatics West section, where you will manage legal and engineering surveys.

        What can I expect to do in this role?
        In this role, you will:
        • provide advice, supervision and technical direction to service providers and team staff on the production of legal and engineering surveys
        • schedule and manage service provider assignments and participate on teams as a survey expert
        • consult with various stakeholders and agencies to assess and resolve complex problems and exchange of information

        Location: North Bay and London

        How do I qualify?

        Mandatory
        • You must be a licensed member (Cadastral) of the Association of Ontario Land Surveyors
        • The position requires the successful candidate to have a valid class G driver’s licence or equivalent. The offer of employment is conditional upon the successful candidate providing proof that s/he has a valid driver's licence upon being hired.

        Technical Knowledge:
        You have:
        • knowledge of theories, principles and production of engineering and legal surveys and plans, federal and provincial statutes and regulations to plan, supervise and direct the production of engineering and legal surveys
        • knowledge of survey equipment and software such as total stations, data collectors, global positioning receivers, Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS), Light Detection and Ranging (LDAR) systems, Remotely Piloted Aerial Systems (RPAS), sonar, Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and high-tech precise levels to carry out survey work
        • knowledge of policies, procedures, standards and statutes and regulations related to highway jurisdiction, land registration, expropriation, acquisition and disposal of property
        • knowledge of, and experience with, the Occupational Health and Safety Act (e.g., applicable rules while working along busy transportation corridors) to ensure ministry staff and consultant work is performed in compliance with the Act, its regulations, and the safety policies and procedures of the ministry

        Project Management Skills:
        You have:
        • project management skills to plan, organize and manage the work of staff and consultants, and assess completeness and acceptability of work assignments
        Communication, Analytical, Problem-Solving and Interpersonal Skills:

        You have:
        • oral and written communication skills to communicate with internal and external clients, and contactors; to develop ministry survey standards, procedures and guidelines; to prepare service provider acquisition documents; and to present accurate information and testimony on legal survey matters at board/court hearings
        • analytical, and problem-solving skills and sound judgement to deal with complex or problematic situations; to review and interpret survey evidence, statute and case law; and to research internal and external information sources to compile data necessary for survey projects

        Salary Range: $77,999 - $106,493 Per Year

        Additional information:
        •    1 Permanent, 447 McKeown Ave, North Bay, North Region
        •    1 Permanent, 659 Exeter Rd, London, West Region

        Please apply online, only, at www.ontario.ca/careers, quoting Job ID 159141, by Wednesday, February 10, 2021. Please follow the instructions to submit your application. Faxes are not being accepted at this time.

        If you require accommodation in order to participate in the recruitment process, please contact us at www.gojobs.gov.on.ca/ContactUs.aspx to provide your contact information. Recruitment Services staff will contact you within 48 hours. Only those applicants selected for an interview will be contacted.

        The Ontario Public Service is an inclusive employer. Accommodation will be provided in accordance with Ontario’s Human Rights Code.
        www.ontario.ca/careers

         

         

        Are you an enthusiastic and experienced Geomatics Technician looking to be part of a dynamic, progressive team? Would you like to work in a technically advanced shop, using your skills and knowledge to support the design, construction and maintenance of Ontario's highways? If so, this job with the Ministry of Transportation is for you!

        What can I expect to do in this role?
        In this challenging and technically diverse role, you will:
        • create and assess legal and engineering survey products
        • process and review engineering survey and legal survey products
        • assist in data management and data analysis
        • produce themes, maps, and spatial databases
        • research engineering and title records
        • assist project staff by providing technical guidance and support.

        Location: North Bay

        How do I qualify?

        Technical expertise:
        • demonstrated knowledge of CAD and GIS software to produce and review themes, maps, spatial databases and shape files
        • demonstrated knowledge of GIS technology and practices
        • proficiency using common office productivity software

        Land and engineering survey knowledge:
        • demonstrated knowledge of legal survey plans and practices, with ability to interpret relevant legislation
        • demonstrated knowledge of land registry records and practices, with ability to prepare legal survey plans and associated documents
        • demonstrated knowledge of engineering survey principles, practices and procedures, such as control surveys, digital terrain modelling and alignments

        Essential skills:
        • strong interpersonal and communication skills to explain technical terminology in a clear way, provide advice and guidance, and prepare reports
        • excellent analytical and research skills, including the evaluation of survey information
        • organizational skills to coordinate and organize own work activities on multiple projects with varying levels of complexity within deadlines

        Salary Range: $1,152.03 - $1,407.46 Per Week

        Additional information:
        • 1 Temporary, duration up to 12 months (with the possibility of extension), 447 McKeown Avenue, North Bay, North Region

        Please apply online, only, at www.ontario.ca/careers, quoting Job ID 159134, by Wednesday, January 20, 2021. Please follow the instructions to submit your application. Faxes are not being accepted at this time.

        If you require accommodation in order to participate in the recruitment process, please contact us at www.gojobs.gov.on.ca/ContactUs.aspx to provide your contact information. Recruitment Services staff will contact you within 48 hours. Only those applicants selected for an interview will be contacted.

        The Ontario Public Service is an inclusive employer. Accommodation will be provided in accordance with Ontario’s Human Rights Code.

        www.ontario.ca/careers
         

        Aksan Piller Corporation, Land Surveyors, established in 1979 is located in the Yonge and Eglinton area of Toronto.

        We provide survey services to architects, developers, builders, land professionals, and to the general public.

        Currently we are seeking career oriented persons to fill party chief positions.

        Job Requirements:

        • Post-secondary education in a surveying/geomatics related field
        • Experience with conducting legal surveys in urban areas
        • Ability to read existing legal surveys & deeds
        • Knowledge of methods of boundary re-establishment in Ontario
        • Ability to interpret construction drawings
        • Well organized, able to lead a two-person party
        • This job is full time, 40 hour week, outdoor only
        • Valid Ontario G licence and clean driving record mandatory

        We offer a congenial, friendly, and cooperative working environment.  

        Remuneration: $30-$40/hr depending on experience + yearly bonus

        Please send applications to ap@apsurveys.ca

         

        CAD Technologist
        London OLS Division

        MTE Consultants Inc. has provided consulting services to communities throughout Ontario since 1985. For over 30 years, we have maintained a commitment to quality and lasting relations. Our strength is in the people we work with and the solutions we design. With 4 different offices across Ontario, our team is comprised of driven professionals at various stages of their careers – and we’re all in this together. Every day, we’re working together and collaborating on projects that are both challenging and impactful. Join a team that creates connections, drives your career and supports the community in more ways than one.

        Duties

        • Working closely with the OLS team, you will be responsible for preparation of all types of legal plans, reference plans, topographic surveys, subdivisions and condominiums;
        • Prepare engineering site survey plans working with engineering drawings and calculations for construction layout;
        • Processing of GPS and total station information and calculations;
        • Attend and participate in project team meetings and coordinate with team members to ensure efficient and timely delivery of project deliverables;
        • Assist with preparation of survey documents;
        • Assisting survey crews with downloads and processing as needed;
        • Calculations to re-establish legal limits;
        • Other related duties, as assigned.

        Qualifications

        • Diploma in Civil Engineering Technology or equivalent;
        • Minimum of 3-5 years’ experience in a similar role (including co-op experience);
        • Understanding of proper legal surveying practices;
        • Completes work with a high level of accuracy and attention to detail;
        • Strong written and verbal communication skills;
        • Time management and organizational skills;
        • Working knowledge of MS Office software including Excel, Word and Outlook;
        • The successful candidate must possess a valid class G driver’s license and have access to a vehicle for work related travel;
        • Field experience in surveying is an asset.

        MTE Consultants Inc. offers a comprehensive benefit package including the following:

        • Competitive Wages
        • Shared Ownership in Our Employee Owned Company
        • Group RRSP Matching program
        • Technical Development and Career Opportunities
        • Social and Supportive Culture; and much more!

        We thank all applicants; however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted. No Agencies, please.   

        MTE Consultants will accommodate the needs of qualified applicants under AODA legislation in all parts of the hiring process.  Should accommodation be required, please notify our Human Resources department.

        Please send your resume to Human Resources at careers@mte85.com

         

        Job Title: Engineering/Survey Cad Specialist
        Req ID: 11543
        Vacancy Type: Permanent
        Number of Positions: 1  
        Closing Date: 12/20/2020

        Job Summary
        As a member of the Geospatial Solutions team, the candidate will produce Topographic Plans and Contract Drawings using Microstation Connect and Open Roads, prepare Reference Plans, Plans of Surveys, As-Built drawings, conduct volumetric surveys and other mapping required for Capital Works projects.

        Due to Covid-19, most of our offices are currently closed to protect the health and safety of our employees, clients and community. As such, this position will be required to work remotely for an undetermined period. Once our offices re-open you will report to 300 City Centre Drive, Mississauga.

        Duties and Responsibilities
        1. Perform all aspects of GIS/CAD activities associated with collecting, creating, managing, mapping, editing and analyzing spatial data.

        • Import and process field data through Trimble Business Centre, Microstation Connect and OpenRoads to create Topographic Plans, Volumetrics, Reference Plans and Plans of Survey.
        • Conduct filed checks and inspections
        • Co-ordinate and produce all facets of Capital Works project design drawings including (but not limited to) road re-surfacing, new right-of-way and road design, multi-use trails, using Microstation Connect and OpenRoads Designer.
        • Prepare co-ordinate files for construction layout.
        • Prepare and assemble Contract Drawings for Capital Works projects.
        • Scan, index and summarize digital drawings into a corporate database.
        • Work in ArcGIS Pro environment to assist with Asset Management.
        • Maintain various indices related to cadastral records.
        • Identify and perform quality assurance and control on GIS data and applications.

        2. Ensure the technical development, access, deployment, programming, monitoring, and administrative support for the GIS and related applications.

        • Maintain, assess and assist in developing CAD standards and Standard Operating Procedures for the City as related to Capital Works and Cadastral projects.
        • Develop and maintain corporate standard templates, configurations and best practices in OpenRoads Designer for all corporate users.
        • Ensure smooth data and design file transition from existing InRoads projects and standards to OpenRoads Designer.
        • Identify when existing practices in business and operational processes in the Corporation are no longer sufficient or productive, and offer creative solutions based on statistical analyses and evaluations.
        • Design, test, implement and document strategies / scenarios for new systems / applications / modules to be developed.

        3. Respond to Capital Works work requests and provide Mapping Subject Matter Expertise for Capital Works projects. Provide direction and guidance on the use of GIS/CAD applications and analyses for process improvements, decision support, usability and accessibility.

        • Liaise with other sections, departments and the public to provide or collect information. Most notably these include interacting with the survey field crews and internal clients.
        • Identify user requirements, conduct analyses and develop solution based on needs assessments and the specifications defined in conjunction with the end user.
        • Provide timely communication and act as the ongoing liaison with clients.
        • Coordinate third party activities, ensuring standards, policies and procedures are followed, monitoring compliance with requirements set out under the contract, maintaining records and providing reports on progress and issues.
        • Investigate business problems, analyzing optional solutions and creating recommendations.

        4. Assist in the preparation of presentation and technical materials for public / internal meetings, training, conferences, and requests for proposal.
        • Participate in hardware/software reviews, evaluations, specification writing, selection, implementation and technical support of GIS solutions.
        • Produce documentation, training material and conducts sessions on GIS applications and operating procedures for internal and external users.
        • Develop/ review documentation for quality assurance on workflow processes automated by Geospatial Solutions.

        Skills and Qualifications
        • Undergraduate Degree and a Certificate or Diploma in Civil Engineering or related discipline supplemented by a minimum of 5 years relevant work experience or approved equivalent combination of education and experience.
        • Expertise in development and understanding of Topographic Surveys, DTMs, Volumetrics and Underground Utility Information.
        • Expertise in Capital Design and Civil Engineering practices.
        • Expertise in Cadastral Surveying.
        • From Field to Office must have at least 2 years of experience working with with Trimble Business Centre, Microstation Connect and OpenRoads/InRoads software to create CAD products.
        • Skilled in GIS map production, working with geoprocessing models, topology, spatial analysis, spatial database design, spatial database standards, systems integration and associated software, specifically ESRI & Microsoft products.
        • Strong understanding of relational databases, geodatabase development and creating linkages to other systems.
        • Strong knowledge and experience of municipal government operations and practices.
        • Ability to provide Survey/ CAD/GIS consultation and advice at a professional level.
        • Ability to work independently and as part of a team
        • Preferred OACETT designation as C.E.T. or GISP

        #LI-CPS
        Hourly Rate/Salary: $ 70,848.00 - $ 94,467.00
        Hours of Work: 35
        Work Location: 201 City Centre Drive
        Department/Division/Section: CPS/Corporate Services Dept , CPS/IT Division , Digital Services
        Non-Union/Union: Non Union

        A Criminal Record and Judicial Matters Check (Level 2) or Vulnerable Sector Check (Level 3) will be required of the successful candidate, their own expense, to verify the absence of a criminal record for which a pardon has not been granted.

        We thank all who apply, however, only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted. You can also check your application status in your candidate profile online.

        All personal information is collected under the authority of the Municipal Act.

        We are an Equal Opportunity Employer. In accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005 and the Ontario Human Rights Code, the City of Mississauga will provide accommodations throughout the recruitment, selection and/or assessment process to applicants with disabilities. If selected to participate in the recruitment, selection and/or assessment process, please inform Human Resources of the nature of any accommodation(s) that you may require in respect of any materials or processes used to ensure your equal participation.    

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        • Status/ Job Type - Permanent, Full-time
        • Commission - Public Works
        • Department - Engineering Services
        • Union Affiliation - APAE / EXEMPT
        • Number of openings - 1
        • Rate of Pay - $ 42.02 to $52.53 per hour
        • Benefits Entitlement - Yes
        • Hours of Work - 35 hours per week
        • Job ID# 1150
        • Posting Date (4:30 pm) - November 26, 2020
        • Closing Date (4:30 pm) - December 10, 2020

        POSITION SUMMARY: Reporting to the Manager, Design and Construction, the City Surveyor will lead a team of survey technicians in the delivery of capital work and other city projects.  The Surveyor will provide professional and technical expertise to a variety of City departments; Legal, Real Estate, Planning and the Public Works Commission.

        The main purpose of the Surveyor is to support various departments of the City of Brantford by providing them with survey, research, and boundary related services, products, and advice. The key activities for the City Surveyor are:

        • Supervise and assign a small team of Survey Technicians, Survey Assistant and seasonal student
        • Preparation of topographic survey plans for capital works projects and other city
        • In collaboration with the Legal and Real Estate Divisions, the role will research, review and advise on complex tile maters and prepare reference and expropriation plans as well as work with the Land Registry Office. Provide subject matter advice and assistance related to property boundary and title matters to a variety of internal departments, consultants and the general public
        • Maintain the horizontal and vertical control networks and survey records for the City
        • Update the existing easement database and prepare reports and bylaws to dedicate rights of ways.

        QUALIFICATIONS:

        • Applicants must have a University Bachelor of Science (Geomatics) degree and a professional Ontario Land Surveyor designation along with a minimum five years' experience as an OLS
        • Candidates will have a thorough working knowledge of Total Station Operation, AutoCAD, Microsurvey, and MS Office
        • The ideal candidate will be fully competent in all aspects of legal and engineering surveying and will have some management experience
        • Excellent leadership, financial, and interpersonal skills are essential

        Qualified candidates please attach a detailed .pdf format resume & cover letter
        Information gathered relative to this position will only be used for candidate selection.
        We thank each applicant for taking the time and effort to submit your resume, however, only candidates to be interviewed will be contacted.

        Our organization is committed to promoting the independence, dignity, integration, and equality of opportunity of persons with disabilities by ensuring the accessibility of our facilities and services. Accommodations are available for all parts of the recruitment and selection process.

        Please apply online at: www.brantford.ca/en/your-government/current-opportunities.aspx

        IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR APPLICANTS:

        Please note we will only accept online applications for posted job vacancies. We do not file any unsolicited or general applications we receive.

        All job vacancies with the City are posted on Thursdays at 4:30 p.m. and close on the job posting's specified date at 4:30 p.m. We do not accept any late applications.

        We thank all those who apply for their interest though we will only contact candidates selected for an interview after the position closes.

        The City of Brantford is committed to diversity and inclusivity in our employment practices. We promote the independence, dignity, integration, and equality of opportunity with persons with disabilities by ensuring the accessibility of our facilities and services. Accommodations, including alternative formats, are available for all parts of the recruitment and selection process. For more information or to request an accommodation please contact the Human Resources Department at 519-759-4150.


        Please contact us at 519-759-4150 if you haveany issues or technical difficulties while applying for a position.

         

        Pearson & Pearson Surveying is looking for an experienced full-time Party-chief. The position requires a detail-oriented individual who will work towards being responsible for all aspects of field work within the company.

        Our work focuses primarily on custom infill housing. As a member of a small company that emphasizes quality, you will work in a fast-paced, collaborative environment that holds its employees to a high standard.

        JOB RESPONSIBILITIES

        • Conduct boundary/topographic surveys and construction layout
        • Find sufficient survey evidence for boundary retracement
        • Plan and execute field work efficiently and accurately
        • Perform field computations as needed
        • Interpret architectural drawings
        • Keep clear and accurate field notes
        • Download/upload field work and photos in a timely manner
        • Adhere to Health & Safety Regulations and workplace COVID-19 measures
        • In time you will manage and oversee all field work within the company

        KEY QUALIFICATIONS

        Proficiency with Leica robotic total stations and GPS

        • Ability to work independently and collaborate as part of a team
        • Ability to communicate effectively with co-workers, clients and members of the public on job sites
        • Sound understanding of survey methodology and regulations
        • Attention to detail is essential
        • Working knowledge of Microsurvey and AutoCAD

        MINIMUM EXPERIENCE & REQUIREMENTS

        • 5+ years of experience in legal surveys, construction, and housing layout
        • College Diploma or Bachelor’s Degree in a related field
        • Valid Ontario Driver's License and your own vehicle is required

        We offer competitive pay packages above industry average, with benefits (medical, dental, physical therapy) starting after 4 months with the company and sick days.

        We are located in Maple with easy access to the 400.

        This position requires work in all weather conditions.

         

         

        E. R. Garden Limited is looking for a person with drafting and calculation experience in the
        Geomatics Industry. Examples of work experience would include preparation of legal surveys, topographic surveys, sketches and construction related calculation, and stake-out sheets.

        Experience with Microsurvey and Trimble Office Software would be preferred. Our ideal candidate would have some field experience in surveying, be well versed in CAD drafting and have some knowledge of the methodology and legal requirements of land surveying in Ontario, and drafting specifically.

        This is a full-time position. E. R. Garden offers competitive wages and a benefits package.

        To apply please send your resume to susi@ergols.ca

         

        Party Chief -  J.D Barnes Limited - Milton


        J.D. Barnes Limited is the largest organization of its kind in Canada providing land surveying,
        bathymetric surveying, underground utility mapping, aerial mapping, land information solutions and integrated online data solutions coast to coast.

        Reporting to the Supervisor/Manager or their designate, this position is responsible for the
        completion of specified fieldwork on jobs in accordance with the firm's technical standards and procedures.

        JOB RESPONSIBILITIES

        • Collecting and maintaining accurate and complete records of all field notes, timecards, purchase orders, completion slips and records pertaining to the job
        • Responsible for organizing workloads and scheduling his/her crew members as well as ensuring that work is expedited effectively
        • Communicate regularly with management, clients and consultants on-site to ensure the timely and cost-effective completion of the project
        • Adhere to all Health and Safety Policies and Regulations as per the Occupational Health and Safety Act and J.D. Barnes Ltd.’s Health and Safety Policy
        • Perform survey calculations

        QUALIFICATIONS

        • Party Chief experience or a degree/diploma from a survey program or 2 years of experience as a Survey Assistant
        • Knowledge of data collection devices, survey equipment and procedures
        • Be familiar with survey problems and have experience in all types and uses of equipment
        • Possess basic knowledge of survey regulations and standards
        • Excellent supervisory ability and time management skills
        • Superior communication skills

        This job takes place outdoors in varying weather conditions and environments and demands a certain degree of physical strength as you will be carrying equipment (Total Station, Level, Bars and Stakes) from site to site.

        Interested candidates are invited to apply online at www.jdbarnes.com.

        If accessibility accommodations are required during any stage of the recruitment process, please do not hesitate to contact the Human Resources Department.
         

        J.D. Barnes Limited is the largest organization of its kind in Canada providing land surveying, bathymetric surveying, underground utility mapping, aerial mapping, land information solutions and integrated online data solutions coast to coast.

        J.D. Barnes Limited is currently looking for an enthusiastic and self-motivated PARTY CHIEF for our Whitby location. Interested candidates are invited to submit an application and résumé through our career page on our website at: https://jdbarnes.acquiretm.com/job_details_clean.aspx?id=1284

        Reporting to the Supervisor/Manager or their designate, this position is responsible for the completion of specified fieldwork on jobs in accordance with the firm's technical standards and procedures.

        Responsibilities and Duties

        • Collecting and maintaining accurate and complete records of all field notes, timecards, purchase orders, completion slips and records pertaining to the job
        • Responsible for organizing workloads and scheduling his/her crew members as well as ensuring that work is expedited effectively.
        • Communicate regularly with Management, clients and consultants on-site to ensure the timely and cost-effective completion of the project
        • Adhere to all Health and Safety Policies and Regulations as per the Occupational Health and Safety Act and J.D. Barnes Ltd.’s Health and Safety Policy
        • Perform survey calculations

         

        Qualifications and Skills

        • Party Chief experience or a degree/diploma from a survey program or 2 years of experience as a Survey Assistant
        • Knowledge of data collection devices, survey equipment and procedures
        • Be familiar with survey problems and have experience in all types and uses of equipment
        • Possess basic knowledge of survey regulations and standards
        • Excellent supervisory ability and time management skills
        • Superior communication skills

         

        This job takes place outdoors in varying weather conditions and environments and demands a certain degree of physical strength as you will be carrying equipment (Total Station, Level, Bars and Stakes) from site to site.

        Interested candidates are invited to submit their resume and cover letter online. If accessibility accommodations are required during any stage of the recruitment process, please do not hesitate to contact the Human Resources Department.

         

        The Engineering Office, Geomatics Section is seeking a highly motivated individual to provide leadership, supervision and direction to staff as a Team Leader.

        What can I expect to do in this role?
        In this position, you will:

        • Perform and assess engineering surveys, control surveys and other data collection for the planning, design, construction and operation of transportation facilities
        • Perform and assess legal surveys for the acquisition and disposal of property
        • Communicate with direct reports, public, landowners, municipalities, other ministries and agencies
        • Explain purposes and requirements for a variety of surveys, and acquire and exchange information
        • Direct a survey crew, and collect and record survey data in manual and/or automated format
        • Complete or verify mathematical computations

        Note: The position requires working outdoors in rough terrain and requires overnight/extended stays away from home.

        Location: North Bay

        How do I qualify?

        Mandatory

        • The position requires the successful candidate to have a valid class G driver's licence or equivalent. The offer of employment is conditional upon the successful candidate providing proof that s/he has a valid driver's licence upon being hired.

        Technical Knowledge and Skills:
        You have:

        • knowledge of the principles, practices, and techniques of engineering, control and legal surveying, and related standards, statutes and regulations
        • knowledge of mathematics and computer survey applications
        • ability to operate a variety of survey equipment
        • knowledge of the Occupational Health and Safety Act and guidelines as they apply to survey crews

        Analytical and Problem-Solving Skills:
        You can:

        • interpret, evaluate and effectively resolve problems
        • analyze and evaluate survey evidence, data, reports, and title searches, perform mathematical survey computations, and implement applicable survey methodologies
        • respond to survey problems, and decide upon most efficient and effective course of action

        Supervisory and Organizational Skills:
        You can:

        • supervise staff and delegate work
        • prioritize tasks based on data availability, weather, traffic volumes, etc.

        Communication and Interpersonal Skills:

        • You are able to respond to inquiries from the general public and resolve conflicts with property owners and ministry staff using effective communication and interpersonal skills

        Salary Range: $1,111.72 - $1,394.81 per week

        Additional Information

        • 1 Permanent - Full Time, 447 McKeown Ave, North Bay, North Region

        Please apply online, only, by Thursday, November 12, 2020, by visiting www.ontario.ca/careers and entering Job ID 156021 in the Job ID search field. Please follow the instructions to submit your application. Faxes are not being accepted at this time.

        If you require accommodation in order to participate in the recruitment process, please contact us at www.gojobs.gov.on.ca/ContactUs.aspx to provide your contact information. Recruitment Services staff will contact you within 48 hours. Only those applicants selected for an interview will be contacted.

        The Ontario Public Service is an inclusive employer. Accommodation will be provided in accordance with Ontario’s Human Rights Code.

        www.ontario.ca/careers

         

        JHG Surveying is looking for a person to be able to provide Drafting and Calculation Skills for various products related to the Geomatics Industry. These include working on Topographic Plans, Reference Plans, Subdivision Plans, Condominium Plans, Plans of Survey, SRPR's, Sketches and other related products.

        The Successful Candidate will be required to work in our Oakville office.

        JHG Surveying offers competitive wages, a benefits package and RRSP matching.

        Please contact : Office@jhgsurveying.ca

        JHG Surveying is looking for a person to be able to provide Drafting and Calculation Skills for various products related to the Geomatics Industry. These include working on Topographic Plans, Reference Plans, Subdivision Plans, Condominium Plans, Plans of Survey, SRPR's, Sketches and other related products.

        The Successful Candidate will be required to work in our Oakville office.

        JHG Surveying offers competitive wages, a benefits package and RRSP matching.

        Please contact : Office@jhgsurveying.ca

        Instrument Person / Crew Chief
        Community Development / Stantec Geomatics Ltd.
        Several Full-time Continuous Positions

         
        Stantec’s Ottawa, Markham, Waterloo, London, and Thunder Bay offices have exciting opportunities for an Instrument Person / Crew Chief.
        In this role you will operate multiple surveying instruments and data collectors/platforms supporting registered land surveyors and civil engineers on a variety of projects. You will work with general supervision and direction on a variety of average sized projects, and as a team member of larger projects under the guidance of a Senior Surveyor
         
        We offer a competitive total rewards package which includes:
        • Employer matched pension plan
        • Competitive and customizable benefits plan
        • Learning and development opportunities
        • Employer paid AOLS dues


        Stantec is a place where the best and brightest come to build on each other’s talents, do exciting work, and make an impact on the world around us. Join us and redefine your personal best.

        Strong communities don’t just happen—they’re built. They’re creatively imagined, collaboratively planned, and readied to face tomorrow with optimism. We’re driving the future of Community Development. Our experts lead their fields, collaborating on projects that are as technically challenging as they are impactful, creative, and fulfilling. We’re a place where you can apply your passion—and find endless opportunities to help make communities more equitable, resilient, and livable.

        Your Opportunity

        Stantec's Ottawa, Markham, Waterloo, London, and Thunder Bay offices have exciting opportunities for an Instrument person/Crew Chief. We provide our clients a full range of surveying and mapping services. Through our work, we define land boundaries and analyze spatial data. You will operate multiple surveying instruments and data collectors/platforms supporting registered land surveyors and civil engineers on a variety of projects. You will work with general supervision and direction on a variety of average sized projects, and as a team member of a larger project under the guidance of a Senior Surveyor.

        Your Key Responsibilities

        • Directs and conducts surveys for clients coordinating with the survey field crew.
        • Supervises survey field crew, ensures completion dates and budgets are met, and ensures consistent application of firm operating standards and safety practices.
        • Performs accurate measurements and calculations in recording the field data using instruments and measuring devices.
        • May assist in preparation of survey drawings using AutoCAD software.
        • Transfers survey data to the proper files in the computer network and acquires data for field use.
        • Drives company or personal vehicle to reach jobsites.
        • Ensures surveys are in compliance with applicable laws, rules, and regulations
        • Identifies hazardous situations and applies safety procedures and company standards.
        • Responsible for safe operation and maintenance of vehicles, tools, and equipment.

        Your Capabilities and Credentials

        • Well-developed understanding of field survey methods and calculations.
        • Solid understanding of local survey laws, rules, and regulations
        • Experience performing field boundary, topographic, land title surveys, and construction staking.
        • Strong skills in time management, organization, and meeting deadlines.
        • Ability to use GPS, data collectors, total stations, robotics, and relevant survey equipment.

        Education and Experience

        • Technical degree/diploma/certificate or equivalent in related field; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
        • Minimum of 3-5 years of experience.
        • Position will primarily be field work and may require travel.

        This description is not a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that may be required of the employee and other duties, responsibilities and activities may be assigned or may be changed at any time with or without notice.

        Stantec is a place where the best and brightest come to build on each other’s talents, do exciting work, and make an
        impact on the world around us. Join us and redefine your personal best.

        To apply to this position please follow the link below:

        https://stantec.jobs/ottawa-on/survey-crew-chief/1EECE019966748E992BA578F83DE76B0/job/

         

         

        Position: Engineering & Legal Survey Draftsperson  
        Competition ID: Draftsperson-AJC-102020
        Location:  Hamilton Office

        The Surveying Team at A. J. Clarke and Associates (AJC) (a division of TULLOCH Engineering) offers services to private and government sector clients throughout the Hamilton, Halton, and Niagara regions and beyond. TULLOCH Engineering is a progressive consulting firm that provides engineering, land surveying, environmental, and mapping services. We employ over 350 professionals working from fifteen offices throughout Canada. Our focus is on private land development, and we service the area building industry through expertise in civil (municipal) engineering. A full description of our range of services can be found on our website: https://www.ajclarke.com/

        We believe that at A. J. Clarke and Associates Ltd. you will be provided with the best possible opportunity to grow your career in Surveying. We are currently looking for an Engineering & Legal Survey Draftsperson to join the team. This is a permanent full-time position to begin as soon as the successful candidate is found.

        Responsibilities

        • Processing field data and computer-generated survey information
        • Perform calculations, analysis and computation of measurements on field survey data
        • Preparing pre-engineering, topographic, and cadastral plans (including SRPRs, Reference Plans, Subdivision and Condominium Plans and Crown Land Plans)
        • Formulating preliminary and detailed design drawings for various engineering and planning projects (grading design, calculated and conceptual building layout, construction layout, etc…)
        • Ensuring plans comply with both client and current drafting standards
        • Assist Project Managers in all aspects of project delivery

        Qualifications

        • College diploma for Civil Engineering Technology, Geomatics Technology or equivalent experience
        • Minimum of 2 years relevant work experience in legal survey or engineering survey drafting
        • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
        • Excellent problem solving skills
        • Proficient in the use of analytical and design software including MicroSurvey, AutoCAD, and Civil 3D
        • Ability to work in a team environment
        • Ability to prioritize multiple projects and tasks in a fast-paced environment

        Resumes should be sent to the Human Resources Department; submit online at www.tulloch.ca. Please reference Competition ID: Draftsperson-AJC-102020 on your application. Thank you to all applicants for their interest. Only those candidates shortlisted for the position will be contacted. Please indicate your legal eligibility to work in Canada in your application.

        Persons with disabilities who need accommodation in the recruitment and selection process, or those needing job postings in an alternate format, please advise Human Resources when contacted for an interview.

        “Proud of our Treasured Past - Building a Sustainable Future”

         

        Come and jump-start your surveying career with us at the Ministry of Transportation while making a meaningful contribution towards the enhancement of Ontario highways. This land surveyor-in-training opening provides for articling under an Ontario Land Surveyor to acquire experience and knowledge necessary for your Ontario Land Surveyor License.

        What can I expect to do in this role?
        In this position, you will:

        • attain the experience necessary for your Ontario Land Surveyor (OLS) License
        • plan and supervise project survey work, and participate in the work of a survey crew(s)
        • record survey data, prepare field notes/reports, draft plans, process data, perform calculations, assess evidence, and resolve complex survey problems
        • administer professional land survey activities such as preparing estimates, planning projects and managing service provider assignments, and preparing documents and appraisals
        • research information sources including Land Registry Office records to compile survey project data
        • maintain professional expertise and an awareness of new developments in survey standards and law through continuing education, reading case law and technical journals, attending conferences, courses and seminars, and reviewing manuals.

        NOTE: This position requires the ability to travel extensively within the province including transporting surveying staff and equipment as well as traveling independently to work-sites and other locations not served or accessible by public transit, using assigned ministry vehicle as required based on assignment requirements.

        Location: London

        How do I qualify?
        Mandatory:

        • You must have graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Surveying from a recognized university or the equivalent as evaluated and approved by the Association of Ontario Land Surveyors (AOLS).
        • The position requires the successful candidate to have a valid G license or equivalent. The offer of employment is conditional upon the successful candidate providing proof that s/he has a valid driver's license upon being hired.
        • You must meet the requirements of the AOLS to register as an Articling Surveyor and be working towards receiving an Ontario Land Surveyor License.

        Organizational Skills:

        • You can set work priorities and allocate your own time and that of other resources to achieve project objectives.
        • You can monitor progress towards deliverables and make specific changes in your own work processes to meet business objectives and/or improve performance.

        Communication Skills:

        • You have oral communication and active-listening skills to explain complex policies, procedures and techniques, and to help ensure information is understood.
        • You have written communication skills to accurately document information and prepare reports.
        • You have written and oral communication skills to prepare and present presentation material related to the engineering aspects of a project.

        Relationship Management Skills:

        • You can develop and maintain harmonious relationships with diverse internal and external clients, and respond in an appropriate and professional manner.
        • You can establish mutual trust and credibility with colleagues and team members.
        • You can support team successes and work to resolve issues or concerns by promoting the expression of diverse points of view.
        • You can express positive expectations, and you have an optimistic view about the team and its predicted accomplishments.

        Analytical, Problem-Solving Skills and Judgement:

        • You can interpret data from a variety of sources, assessing evidence and resolving complex survey problems.
        • You can analyze relationships among several parts of a problem or situation, and make causal links.
        • You can conduct research of internal and external information sources to compile data necessary for survey projects.
        • You can draw on your own experience, knowledge, and expertise to provide the best response in a critical or urgent situation.

        Technical Knowledge:

        • You have knowledge of the theory, principles and production of legal and engineering surveys and plans as well as statutes and regulations related to land law and highway jurisdiction, land registration, expropriation, acquisition and disposal of property.
        • You have knowledge of survey equipment (GPS, total stations, data collectors, levels) and computer surveys application software such as computer-aided drafting (CAD), ground modelling and coordinate geometry packages.

        Salary Range: The successful candidate is typically hired on an underfill basis at the 04 PBE level ($53,471 - $74,753). The classification progression to 05 PBE level ($59,886 - $83,058) will be based on the achievement of defined performance objectives as established in the participant's work plan.

        Additional Information

        • 1 Permanent, 359 Exeter Rd, London, West Region

        How to apply:

        1. You must apply online.
        2. Your cover letter and resume combined should not exceed five (5) pages. For tips and tools on how to write a concise cover letter and resume, review the Writing a Cover Letter and Resume: Tips, Tools and Resources.
        3. Customize your cover letter and resume to the qualifications listed on the job ad. Using concrete examples, you must show how you demonstrated the requirements for this job. We rely on the information you provide to us.
        4. Read the job description to make sure you understand this job.
        5. OPS employees are required to quote their WIN EMPLOYEE ID number when applying.
        6. If you require a disability related accommodation in order to participate in the recruitment process, please Contact Us to provide your contact information. Recruitment Services staff will contact you within 48 hours.

        All external applicants (including former employees of the Ontario Public Service) applying to a competition in a ministry or Commission public body must disclose (either in the cover letter or resume) previous employment with the Ontario Public Service. Disclosure must include positions held, dates of employment and any active restrictions as applicable from being rehired by the Ontario Public Service. Active restrictions can include time and/or ministry-specific restrictions currently in force, and may preclude a former employee from being offered a position with the Ontario Public Service for a specific time period (e.g. one year), or from being offered a position with a specific ministry (either for a pre-determined time period or indefinitely). The circumstances around an employee's exit will be considered prior to an offer of employment.

        Please apply online, only, at www.ontario.ca/careers, quoting Job ID 153837, by Friday, October 30, 2020. Please follow the instructions to submit your application. Faxes are not being accepted at this time.30, 2020 11:59 pm EDT. Late applications will not be accepted.

        We thank you for your interest. Only those selected for further screening or an interview will be contacted.

        The Ontario Public Service is an inclusive employer.

        Accommodation will be provided in accordance with Ontario’s Human Rights Code.

        www.ontario.ca/careers

         

        Description

        Monir Precision Monitoring is an industry-leading boutique firm specialized in field instrumentation monitoring for the civil engineering construction market. Our focus is to build long-term relationships with our employees and our clients through excellent customer service and strong field and technical expertise.

        Do you imagine working for a company that places high value on:

        • Life - Work balance
        • Conducting business in an ethical, friendly and optimistic manner
        • Promotion of continuous improvement in the industry as well as in our employees

        As one of Canada’s leading geo-structural precision monitoring companies for the civil engineering construction market, we place high value on creating a workplace where we challenge people to be creative and innovative and reward individuals for their efforts.

        Requirements

        DO YOU HAVE WHAT WE'RE LOOKING FOR?

        We are looking for a dynamic individual with a minimum of 2 years’ experience using precision survey techniques with exposure to heavy civil construction. As an ISO registered organization, we're looking for someone who understands that processes are an important step in providing standardized reports to our clients, and that having this designation, we are committed to continually improving our means and methods in order to provide our clients with the highest quality data and reporting. We are a client-focused, service company; interactions 1:1 or in group settings with teammates and clients will be part of the role.
        This role requires high attention to detail and understanding of precision survey techniques as individuals will be required to set up and take survey readings to millimetre accuracy.

        Applicant qualities should include:

        • Related post-secondary education with a degree or diploma in geomatics or survey engineering studies (i.e.: geomatics engineering/technologist, survey engineering/technologist).
        • A self-starter, able to work alone as well as in a collaborative environment and exhibits excellent time management skills; you will be required to schedule and plan your own work, as well as support team members.
        • Must be mechanically inclined and have experience working with hand tools and drills.
        • Physical activities required, such as: carrying equipment, loading and unloading materials (50 lbs or more).
        • Willing to travel; must have own vehicle, a valid driver’s license and clean driving record. Our work requires driving in urban environments, including on 400-series highways and downtown Toronto. Mileage and parking reimbursed for travel from our offices to client sites.
        • Knowledgeable working in Microsoft Office (including: Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and Outlook) and cloud-based computing.
        • Understanding of Lotus Notes and other data management software is an asset.
        • Experience working with a variety survey technologies, including: robotic total stations, automated total stations, digital levels, field computers, etc.
        • Willingness to work in an outdoor environment; a lot of our work is within the heavy civil construction industry and you will spend a lot of time on construction sites.
        • Follow company Health and Safety policy, OHSA, and PPE requirements.
        • Ability to follow procedures.

        Benefits
        Monir will provide: a company laptop, mobile phone (with option to bring your own), mileage and parking reimbursement, and health benefits package to name a few. The option to telecommute is available but dependent on the work.

        To learn more about our company, we invite you to visit our website, monir.ca.

        Monir Precision Monitoring Inc. is a proud equal opportunity employer. We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

        Young & Young Surveying Inc. has an immediate opening for an experienced survey Party Chief. The successful candidate will be knowledgeable and responsible to operate GPS and total stations for a full range of services including boundary surveying, topographic mapping, construction layout, engineering surveys, as-builts and more. Experience on residential construction sites required.

        We offer career opportunities with progressive employment packages and working conditions for individuals looking for something different. This includes competitive wages, company vehicle, health and dental benefits, floater days and flex hours for qualified candidates.

        How To Apply:

         

        SBM Geomatics Ltd. is seeking a Surveying Assistant (Technician) - London Office to join our growing Geomatics Division in our London office. Reporting to the OLS, the successful candidate will perform all manner of survey fieldwork including topographic, construction layout, site control, differential leveling, boundary retracement, as-built verification, quantity verification, and control networks. The ideal candidate will be hard working with a desire to expand and master their technical skillset in both field and office environment and will be committed to helping achieve our goal of expanding and winning work.

        Company Summary: SBM Geomatics Ltd. is the emerging Ontario Land Surveying firm of its parent company Strik, Baldinelli, Moniz Ltd. (SBM), an established multi-disciplinary Civil, Structural, Mechanical, and Electrical engineering firm, to serve clients across Ontario. Combined, the 2 firms employ about 100 surveyors, engineers, engineers-in-training, technologists, technicians, and administrative personnel. SBM Geomatics Ltd. offers a full range of services to public and private sector clients including boundary surveying, topographic surveys, construction layout, geodetic and control surveys, route surveys, as-builts, monitoring surveys, and more.

        Key Responsibilities:

        • Take direction from Project Lead to understand the scope of work and critical data items to complete the survey correctly.
        • Use and maintain GNSS equipment, robotic total stations, data collectors, and a variety of levelling equipment.
        • Assist in collection of data using various survey instruments, levels, and GPS field equipment.
        • Field work conduction on site work for boundary retracement, SRPRs, Reference Plans, Subdivisions, Condos as well as construction layouts and topographic surveys.
        • Adhere to strict quality control practices and safety policies.
        • Daily download of data and prepare extensive field notes and sketches.
        • Field layout of stake points including pins, monuments, stakes, hub, and nails.
        • Communicate errors, problems, and questions to the OLS
        • Interpret a variety of plans, deeds, sketches, construction and architectural drawings and maps
        • Coordinate with and support office drafting department when required
        • Clearly correspond with the Project Lead to ensure smooth operations in the field and office
        • May be required to use personal vehicle (disbursements to be reimbursed)
        • Role will be approximately 80% field work and 20% office work

        Skills / Qualifications:

        • Ability to work in both a team environment and independently.
        • Excellent written and verbal communication skills and ability to communicate well with team members
        • Strong organizational, mathematical, and analytical skills.
        • Ability to learn and implement problem-solving skills in areas such as survey boundary retracement under the direction of the OLS.
        • Ability to adhere to AOLS regulations, knowledge of field survey methods and calculations in the collecting boundary evidence in the field.
        • Eagerness to become familiar with industry standards and methods to approach required solutions.
        • Strong attention to detail and expertise in building client relationships.
        • Proficiency and curiosity in all manner of professional land surveying.
        • Ability to work in a variety of weather conditions in a physical manner for 8+ hours/day.
        • Ability to plant survey monumentation – ability to move approx. 50 lbs.
        • Unwavering commitment to environmental health and safety in the workplace.
        • High standard of courtesy and respect when dealing with the public, clients, and fellow employees.
        • Diploma in Civil Engineering Technology or Survey Engineering Technology program or equivalent experience.
        • A valid driver’s license, insurance, and access to reliable transportation for out of town travel
        • Qualified Ontario Land Surveyor in Training (OLSIT) considered an asset
        • Proficiency in Microsoft Office suite
        • Experience with AutoCAD considered an asset

        Compensation:

        This is a full-time position with a competitive salary and annual performance bonus. SBM Geomatics Ltd. offers a positive working environment and a good relationship with our employees translates directly to better customer service and a superior finished product for our clients. Employees also enjoy access to group health benefits, RRSP program, career development opportunities, and regular social and team-building events.

        To Apply:

        All qualified applicants should email a resume and cover letter to careers@sbmltd.ca. Resume and cover letter should be saved as one PDF file named “Survey Assistant (Technician) – Your First and Last Name”.

        References are to be made available upon our request.

        SBM Geomatics Ltd. is an equal opportunity employer. All suitably qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment in accordance with relevant governing laws. We thank all applicants but only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

        Date Posted: September 14, 2020

        Young & Young Surveying in Etobicoke is seeking a new or aspiring surveyor to join our team.
        Duties will include but are not limited to calculations, plan checking, client and architect liaison and project management.  
        Proficiency with AutoCAD and MicroSurvey are an asset.

        Full time hours are preferred at this time but can be negotiable. Salary based on experience and performance.

        Please email your resume to: resumes@youngandyoung.ca

        J.D. Barnes Limited, a leader in the land surveying, mapping and land information industry is currently recruiting for a Survey Assistant out of our Ottawa office.

        Job Description

        The Survey Assistant is responsible for assisting the Party Chief in successfully completing the field work on assigned jobs in accordance with the industry regulations and J.D. Barnes Limited's procedures and technical standards.

        Job Responsibilities

        • Operate survey equipment including levels, Total Stations, data collectors, GPS etc
        • Assist the Land Survey Party Chief with data preparation, measurements and calculations
        • Communicate problems, errors, questions and concerns to the Land Survey Party Chief
        • Inspect and maintain field equipment
        • Ensure a clean and orderly work environment
        • Adhere to all Health and Safety Policies and Regulations
        • Other duties as assigned

        Qualifications

        • Strong mathematical abilities
        • Good communication skills
        • Completion or in progress of completing a surveying or engineering technology program
        • Experience with land surveying and survey equipment is an asset

        This job takes place outdoors in varying weather conditions and environments and demands a certain degree of physical strength as you will be carrying equipment (Total Station, Level, Bars and Stakes) from site to site.

        Interested candidates are invited to submit their resume and cover letter on our website www.jdbarnes.com. If accessibility accommodations are required during any stage of the recruitment process, please do not hesitate to contact the Human Resources Department.

         

        Apply By: Friday, October 2, 2020 11:59 pm EDT 

        CROWN SURVEY TECHNOLOGIST
        Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry
        Peterborough
        Salary: $1,152.03 - $1,407.46 Per Week*
        *Indicates the salary listed as per the OPSEU Collective Agreement.
        Job ID: 154141
        Bring your experience in surveying to the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry, Office of the Surveyor General, where you will review a variety of plans of survey submitted for approval and provide technical expertise to the Province's Crown land initiatives.

        What can I expect to do in this role:

        In this role, you will:
        • review Crown survey plans
        • communicate directly with professional Ontario Land Surveyors regarding the plan reviews
        • prepare legal descriptions for land dispositions and regulations 
        • carry out survey and title document research 
        • organize material for survey-related contracts and projects

        How do I qualify?

        Technical knowledge:
        • You have demonstrated knowledge of the principles and techniques of cadastral surveying including equipment, procedures, computations, datums, coordinate systems, practical astronomy and title interpretation to review, analyze and evaluate survey submissions.
        • You have working knowledge of relevant legislation and case law to evaluate and ensure compliance with legislative requirements and ensure consistency in the application of cadastral surveying methods, regulations and standards. (Surveys Act, Surveyors Act, the Mining Act, the Public Lands Act, the Registry Act, the Land Titles Act, the Beds of Navigable Waters Act and regulations thereunder)

        Analytical, research and organizational skills:
        • You have proven analytical, research, and organization skills to conduct reviews and analysis and identify and resolve problems with survey products.
        • You have the ability to prioritize competing demands and to work independently in planning and implementing tasks to meet client requirements.
        Communication and interpersonal skills:
        • You have demonstrated interpersonal and communication skills to exchange technical information, resolve conflicts with clients, and prepare reports, descriptions and correspondence on survey-related matters.

        Computer skills:
        • You are proficient using software such as AutoCAD and ArcGIS.
        • You are proficient using common office productivity software for word processing, email, reports, presentations, internet, etc.
        • Less qualified applicants may be considered on an underfill basis.

        How to apply:
        1. You must apply online.
         https://www.gojobs.gov.on.ca/Preview.aspx?Language=English&JobID=154141
        2. Your cover letter and resume combined should not exceed five (5) pages. For tips and tools on how to write a concise cover letter and resume, review the Writing a Cover Letter and Resume: Tips, Tools and Resources.
        3. Customize your cover letter and resume to the qualifications listed on the job ad. Using concrete examples, you must show how you demonstrated the requirements for this job. We rely on the information you provide to us.
        4. Read the job description to make sure you understand this job.
        5. OPS employees are required to quote their WIN EMPLOYEE ID number when applying.
        6. If you require a disability related accommodation in order to participate in the recruitment process, please Contact Us to provide your contact information. Recruitment Services staff will contact you within 48 hours.

        Please be advised that the results of this competition may be used to form an eligibility list of qualified candidates to potentially fill future vacancies represented by the Ontario Public Service Employees Union (OPSEU). In accordance with the Collective Agreement, eligibility lists are shared with OPSEU representatives. By applying to this competition, you are providing consent that your name may be shared with OPSEU representatives. 
        All external applicants (including former employees of the Ontario Public Service) applying to a competition in a ministry or Commission public body must disclose (either in the cover letter or resume) previous employment with the Ontario Public Service. Disclosure must include positions held, dates of employment and any active restrictions as applicable from being rehired by the Ontario Public Service. Active restrictions can include time and/or ministry-specific restrictions currently in force, and may preclude a former employee from being offered a position with the Ontario Public Service for a specific time period (e.g. one year), or from being offered a position with a specific ministry (either for a pre-determined time period or indefinitely). The circumstances around an employee's exit will be considered prior to an offer of employment. 

        Remember: The deadline to apply is Friday, October 2, 2020 11:59 pm EDT. Late applications will not be accepted.

        We thank you for your interest. Only those selected for further screening or an interview will be contacted.

        The Ontario Public Service is an inclusive employer.
        Accommodation is available under the Ontario Human Rights Code .

        CAD Technologist - Ottawa

        J.D. Barnes is the largest organization of its kind in Canada providing land surveying, bathymetric surveying, underground utility mapping, aerial mapping, land information solutions and integrated online data solutions coast to coast.

        The CAD Technologist is responsible for the preparation of CAD work involving detailed files, survey interpretation, and a variety of reference data.

        JOB RESPONSIBILITIES

        • Import and process field data
        • Prepare legal surveys and topographic surveys
        • Provide calculations to field staff
        • Interact with field staff to ensure proper configuration of data/sketches and conformity with local by-laws and Registry Office information
        • Liaise with clients regarding plan details
        • Maintain accurate records, time-sheets, and other files pertaining to the job

        QUALIFICATIONS

        • Education in Survey, Civil or CAD program, or 1-2 years of Land Surveying or CAD experience is preferred
        • Strong communication skills
        • Ability to learn new field and office surveying techniques
        • Experience with Microstation is an asset

        This job takes place outdoors in varying weather conditions and environments and demands a certain degree of physical strength as you will be carrying equipment (Total Station, Level, Bars and Stakes) from site to site.

        Interested candidates are invited to  apply online at www.jdbarnes.com.

        If accessibility accommodations are required during any stage of the recruitment process, please do not hesitate to contact the Human Resources Department.

        Survey Party Chief

        Our company is expanding and we are looking at adding another member to our growing family.  IBW is seeking out a Party Chief to join our team, working out of our Bowmanville or Oakville office! This role consists of the following:

        Role
        The Party Chief completes fieldwork assigned to them while being the leader of a survey crew. As a leader of the survey crew, the Party Chief is responsible for completing all assigned work efficiently and as per both AOLS and IBW Standards.

        Responsibilities

        • Complete SRPR’s, Reference Plans (for new description), Stake Limits, Plan of Survey, Expropriation Plan, and Topographic Surveys
        • Completing field notes on all projects at time of performing survey, documenting the field checks and ensuring the notes reflect the work that was completed in the field
        • Completing final locates for builders surveys, including documenting the current state of the property on the field notes.  The notes should indicate if/how the survey bar was set and checked, where monuments still exist and any fencing or features on or near the boundaries
        • Demonstrate a solid knowledge of boundary locations, and to identify on site the boundary’s locations along street corridors or subject lands.
        • Setting survey bars that have been pre-calculated, and completing field notes to show how the bars were set as well as the appropriate checks on the set bars
        • General boundary retracement principles and monument regulations, including recognizing and attempting to re-establish the boundaries from the nearest ascertainable evidence
        • Completing field notes on all projects at time of performing survey, documenting the field checks and ensuring the notes reflect the work that was completed in the field.
        • Simple cogo calculations on the data collector
        • Demonstrate proficiency with all field equipment and competently pair all devices
        • Ensuring equipment is in good working order
        • Working knowledge of all types of IBW survey equipment

        Preferred Qualifications

        • Minimum 2 Years experience


        Interested applicants can apply to Spiro.Sinnis@ibwsurveyors.com

         

        Pearson & Pearson Surveying has an immediate opening for a full-time Party-chief position.

        We are located in Maple with easy access to the 400.

        You will work on a variety of surveys, such as boundary/topographic surveys & construction layout mainly for custom infill housing.

        • Attention to detail is essential.
        • Minimum of 3 years experience in legal surveys, and construction and housing layout
        • Field computations as needed
        • Proficiency with Leica robotic total stations and GPS
        • Work efficiently independently and collaborate as part of a team
        • Must be able to understand architectural drawings
        • Familiarity with Microsurvey and Autocad

        We offer benefits after 4 months with the company, sick days.

        Salary commensurate with experience.

        Ontario valid Driver's license and your own vehicle is required.

        If interested, please contact Michele Pearson at michelepearson@pearsonandpearson.ca