Additional Salary Information:$500.00 monthly Rental Housing Assistance is available for this position.
Applicant Pool:If another department
vacancy occurs in this job title within six months, the same applicant pool may
be used for the selection.
Survey and project oversight activities involve physical activities such as digging, cutting, hiking, and carrying equipment weighing in excess of 30 pounds, often over rough terrain.
The position involves exposure to conditions and hazards associated with working outdoors in all weather conditions, work in remote areas, exposure to wild animals and insects, and hazards associated with working on or near active construction projects and around traffic moving at highway speeds.
Extensive statewide travel from the District reporting station or Helena headquarters and shifts other than normal are required to accomplish department goals and objectives.
Successful applicant(s) will be subject to:Driving Record Check
The District Survey Manager is a senior professional land surveyor (PLS) for the MDT. This position serves as the District’s technical authority responsible for directing and overseeing District land survey operations and activities.
The position plans and manages District land survey projects; implements survey procedures and technology at the District level; directs and monitors survey projects; oversees District survey program operations (e.g. supplies, contracts, etc.); and provides technical expertise and consultation.
The position reports to the District Preconstruction Engineer and is under the technical oversight of the Helena Photogrammetry & Survey Section. This position provides in-line supervision to District Survey Unit staff and provides technical oversight to other District survey crews.
The District Survey Manager is in responsible charge of all district survey work being performed under their PLS license.
• Customer Service/Orientation
• Decision Making
• Personal Accountability and Ownership
• Team Work
• Creativity and Problem Solving
• Flexibility and Adaptability
Bachelor’s degree in land surveying or geomatics or related field from an accredited college or university AND six years experience, two of which must be progressively responsible professional land survey experience including experience with full project oversight Licensure in Montana as a professional land surveyor and a valid Montana driver’s license are required.
Related: Civil Engineering Technology or Construction Technology or other curriculums with coursework in math, drafting, surveying techniques, principles, and practices.
Other education, training, certification, or licensing required:
• Requires Montana Professional Land Surveyor License (PLS)
• Requires a valid Montana Drivers License.
• Copy of PLS must be uploaded or mailed prior to the closing date.
Other related education and experience combinations may be considered on a case by case basis.