$62,000 to $72,000 annual salary, plus excellent benefits which include paid time off, 401(k)
Anderson Perry & Associates, Inc. (AP) is looking for a full time Land Surveyor-in-Training (LSIT) or a Professional Land Surveyor (PLS) to join our team of surveyors in eastern Oregon and Washington. The AP team includes 9 seasoned surveyors with extensive experience performing various surveying services in the Pacific Northwest. AP’s survey team has performed hundreds of surveys in eastern Washington and Oregon for a variety of federal, state, local, and private entities on a wide variety of projects. Our multiple survey crews use the latest technology to satisfy clients’ requirements in a timely and accurate manner. Our preferred location for this position is our La Grande office, but other offices will be considered as well.
• Conduct field and office work on diverse public and private projects • Perform legal research, computations, boundary resolutions, ALTA and design surveys • Prepare legal descriptions and platting documents • Coordinate construction survey and staking • Mentor survey crews and exemplify an attitude of continual improvement • Provide fieldwork quality control • Coordinate with other surveyors and engineers on a wide variety of projects • Deliver excellent client service
• Minimum of 5 years of land surveying experience • Current registered LSIT or a PLS (preferred) in the State of Oregon or Washington or the ability to gain licensure in 1 to 2 years. • Platting background and experience with AutoCAD to create plats, design base maps, and generate digital terrain models • Familiarity with robotic instrumentation, automated data collection methods, and GPS equipment • Carlson and AutoCAD Civil 3D experience is preferred • Able to work independently and work well within a project team under the direction of senior surveyors • Work in all types of inclement weather and be able to lift and carry 50 pounds and walk 2 to 4 miles during the workday • A valid driver's license with no driving under the influence arrests is required • Occasional overnight travel