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Instrument Man/Rod Man

Job Title
Instrument Man/Rod Man
Job ID
27039374
Location
Atlanta,  GA 30328
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Description

Instrument Man/Rod Man

 

Summary:

Assists in surveying land by performing the following duties:

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

Other duties may be assigned to meet business needs.

Holds level or rod at designated points to assist in determining elevations and laying out stakes for mapmaking, construction, land, and other surveys.

Is familiar with Party Chief and Rod man/Instrument Man’s roles.

Is able to operate all of the instrumentation required for the collection or distribution of survey data (total station, data collector, level).

Transmits survey data to the proper Party Chief in the computer network, and be able to acquire the data for field use.

Calls out reading or writes station number and reading in notebook.

Marks points of measurement with elevation, station number, or other identifying mark.

Measures distance between survey points with steel or cloth tape or surveyor's chain.

Marks measuring points with keel (marking crayon), paint sticks, scratches, tacks, or stakes.

Places stakes at designated points and drives them into ground at specified elevation.

Cuts and clears brush and trees from line of survey.

Performs other duties as directed by Surveyor Crew Chief.

Performs occasional building & grounds maintenance.

Able to work Saturdays and overtime if needed.

Responsible for job specific quality system tasks as defined in quality manual.

 

Contact me @ weldon@surveyorplacement.com

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