Professional Land Surveyor

at Mountain Consulting in Dover, Delaware, United States

Job Description

Mountain Consulting, Inc. is a growing construction company in the Tri-State area, and we 
are looking for talented people to join our team. We are seeking an experienced 
Professional Land Surveyor to assist in our continued growth. Mountain Consulting, Inc. is 
seeking motivated candidates for federal and commercial projects performed for a variety of 
government agencies and private clients. The successful candidate is expected to create 
reports, plots, maps, and other land records as needed to support construction projects, 
government records and legal issues related to property boundaries. If you're dedicated and 
ambitious, Mountain Consulting Inc. is an excellent place to grow your career.
Responsibilities for Professional Land Surveyor
• Organizing programs and activities in accordance with the mission and goals of the 
• Measure and record precise distances and angles on, above or below the land surface, 
including boundary points, topographical features and other designated markers
• Use a variety of modern surveying equipment, manual recording, computer-aided 
drafting programs and databases to collect and record data of geological areas 
according to project requirements
• Research historical maps, land records, previous survey results and land title information 
as needed to compare and verify current measurements and resolve questions of 
boundary lines
• Create reports and maps according to customer or project requirements containing 
information from field measurements, boundary markers and topographical features
• Prepare two-dimensional maps and three-dimensional computer renderings of property 
features, such as boundary lines, geological points of interest, existing structures, water 
features and utility lines
• Follow accepted legal procedures to establish official land and water boundaries for 
government agencies, real estate developers and private parties to be used during 
property sales, leases, and disputes
• Communicate with architects, engineers and construction personnel as needed during 
land development projects to verify geological and property boundary data and 
contribute to building design as needed

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Job Posting: 839878

Posted On: Sep 02, 2021

Updated On: Oct 12, 2021