Iowa Department of Transportation Survey Party Chief in Sioux City, Iowa
Salary $45,801.60 - $69,555.20 Annually
Location Sioux City - 51101 - Woodbury County, IA
Job Type Full-time
Agency 645 Iowa Department of Transportation
Job Number 19-01543
Closing 1/20/2019 11:59 PM Central
Point of Contact Shane Tymkowicz - Shane.Tymkowicz@iowadot.us
If you are looking for a new career opportunity, enjoy challenges and variety in your workday, this position may be for you. We are looking for an individual with a high level of initiative and attention to detail to be a Survey Party Chief at the District 3 Office. The Survey Party Chief serves as the team lead for a district survey crew including directing daily activities of other crew members and is responsible to ensure the accuracy and correctness of data collected by the crew. The party chief works with the land surveyor to set work schedules, deadlines and work expectations including coordination and direction so work is done in an efficient manner. This position is critical to perform ROW and construction survey on projects for the District 3 Office. The survey party chief coordinates the activities of the survey crew including: preservation and restoration of control points, land corners and property boundaries; reviews preliminary plans for errors and potential problems; coordinates activities on multiple construction projects simultaneously such as grading, paving and overlay projects; prepares as-built plans, establishes and marks proposed permanent ROW and temporary easements; responsible for the permanent record of field work performed by the crew. The party chief operates and directs team members in the operation of GPS (Global Positioning System) and EDM (Electronic Distance Meter) equipment to take and check measurements resulting in accuracy per the Code of Iowa. The Survey Party Chief is responsible for the permanent record of fieldwork performed by the crew including drawing sketches in the project field book of the area surveyed. Data for construction projects must be recorded electronically into Field Manager or in a field book for future reference. The majority of the work takes place in the outdoors in all seasons and weather conditions. The party chief is responsible for the welfare of the survey crew in the field and oversees safe issues in the work area utilizing signing and flaggers to avoid an incident. Travel: Occasional overnight travel may be required. License: Must possess a valid driver's license.
Minimum Qualification Requirements
The equivalent of four years of full-time engineering survey experience which included the operation of electronic and mechanical survey instruments;
an equivalent combination of education and experience substituting the equivalent of thirty semester hours of college, university, or technical school course work in civil engineering, construction engineering, or photogrammetry for one year of the required experience with a maximum substitution of four years;
employees with current continuous experience in the state executive branch that includes the equivalent of twelve months of full-time experience as an Assistant Survey Party Chief.For additional information, please click on this link to view the job description. (Download PDF reader)
Additional Qualification Requirements
Designated positions in this class require possession of a valid Commercial Learner's Permit upon hire. Within a timeframe determined by the appointing authority, a valid Class A Commercial Driver's License with the required endorsements and applicable restrictions must be obtained and subsequently maintained in order to continue employment.
If a CDL is not required, all positions are required to have and maintain a minimum of a valid Class C Non-Commercial Operator's License.
In conjunction with Title 49 of the Code of Federal Regulations (parts 40 and 382), designated positions in this job class require a pre-employment drug screen and will require ongoing participation in the employer's random drug and alcohol testing program and will be subject to the regulations regarding the Federal drug and alcohol testing program.
Prior to starting employment, all persons are required to have a post offer pre-employment physical verifying the physical ability to perform the duties described.
Employees must be able to travel and may be required to stay away from home overnight during assignments.
Employees in designated positions must be able to work up to 16 consecutive hours.