CURRENT OPENINGS

Design Professionals, Inc. (DPI) is presently looking for a Survey Technician and a Project Manager for our growing land surveying practice. DPI is a leading multi-disciplinary land development consulting firm serving the three southern New England states from our home office in South Windsor, Connecticut.

DPI offers a very friendly yet productive work environment, opportunities for advancement, and a comprehensive benefits package for our full-time employees, including paid time off, 401(k) plan, health and disability insurance, and overtime pay for hourly employees. We perform all aspects of land surveying, including boundary surveys, topographic surveys, construction stakeout, as-built surveys, and digital surface modeling. DPI has numerous large land surveying projects under contract with multiple private- and public-sector clients in CT, MA, and RI.

Land Survey CAD Technician

Summary of Duties:

  • Work with Director of Surveying and Senior Project Manager to prepare survey mapping, including boundary and topographic surveys, easements, subdivision plans, etc.

  • Import and process field book data from the field crews

  • Create topographic maps utilizing TIN surfaces based on survey data

  • Conduct land record research on subject and surrounding properties

  • Occasionally serve as a member of a field crew when a three-person crew is required, or in cases of illness or vacation

  • Ensure compliance with company standards and procedures

Job Requirements: 

  • Proficiency in Civil 3D software utilized in a land surveying capacity (2+ years minimum)

  • Willingness/ability to temporarily assist field crews as needed, including working in all weather conditions, walking long distances on potentially difficult terrain, and carrying survey equipment

  • Experience in preparing digital surface models for GPS equipment a plus, but not required

  • Ability to multi-task and detail-oriented

  • Strong written and verbal communication skills

  • Maintain regular and punctual attendance

Land Surveyor

Summary of Duties:

  • Work with Director of Surveying and Senior Project Manager to prepare survey mapping, including boundary and topographic surveys, easements, subdivision plans, etc.

  • Boundary computations

  • Assist with field crew preparation and scheduling

  • Import and process field book data from the field crews

  • Create topographic maps utilizing TIN surfaces based on survey data

  • Conduct land record research on subject and surrounding properties

  • Occasionally serve as a member of a field crew when a three-person crew is required, or in cases of illness or vacation

  • Ensure compliance with company standards and procedures

Job Requirements: 

  • Licensed Land Surveyor (CT or MA preferred), or LSIT with ability to obtain license within one year

  • Proficiency in Civil 3D software utilized in a land surveying capacity (2+ years minimum)

  • Strong interpersonal skills and client coordination

  • Complete understanding of field survey methods and procedures

  • Willingness/ability to temporarily assist field crews as needed, including working in all weather conditions, walking long distances on potentially difficult terrain, and carrying survey equipment

  • Experience in preparing digital surface models for GPS equipment a plus, but not required

  • Ability to multi-task, detail-oriented, and strong organizational skills

  • Consistency with meeting deadlines

  • Strong written and verbal communication skills

  • Maintain regular and punctual attendance

 

IF YOU ARE INTERESTED, PLEASE APPLY THROUGH OUR JOB POSTINGS ON INDEED.COM 

OR CALL THE OFFICE AT (860) 291-8755 AND ASK FOR BARRY CLARKE

DPI is an Equal Opportunity Employer and we encourage Veterans to apply