The Survey/Geospatial Division of Maser Consulting is expanding again! If you are interested in working with the most advanced technologies, using the latest equipment available in the market and provided a full suite of company benefits, then Maser Consulting wants you! We have been awarded “one of the best places to work” for 10 consecutive years, come join us!
Subsurface Utility Engineering (SUE) is a branch of engineering that deals with mitigating risks associated with new infrastructure design and construction. We work closely with engineers and utility owners to help identify utility conflicts using an array of advanced technologies, including electromagnetic designating sensors, ground penetrating radar, GPS, conventional survey and vacuum excavation. Our work requires a high level of precision and technical ability.
• Work with a team of talented individuals to help tackle a wide variety of projects.
• Read and interpret utility records, as-built and survey drawings and construction plans.
• Designate existing utilities using state of the art electromagnetic and geophysical prospecting equipment.
• Capable of operating a vacuum excavation truck to perform test holes to expose utilities.
• Capable of establishing appropriate maintenance of traffic set ups as necessary.
• Understand the “One-Call” locate system.
• Work with survey crews and/or potentially learn to survey to support SUE work.
• Experience in the supervision of field crews a plus.
• Professionally represent Maser in the field and communicate/coordinate respectfully with the public and clients.
• Experience using electromagnetic and geophysical designating equipment.
• Must be willing and able to learn the use of new technologies.
• Should have basic computer skills and have the ability to learn and understand new software.
• Need to have a high level of reading comprehension and communication skills.
• Enjoy working outdoors in a variety of weather conditions.
• Requires occasional out of town travel and overtime.
• Should be able to walk long distances, i.e. several miles a day at times.
• Requires managing heavy equipment (sometimes up to 80 lbs) at times.
• Good driving skills and a clean driving record required.
• Must prioritize the safety of yourself and others.
Requires a pre-employment drug screen and will require ongoing participation in the employer's random drug and alcohol testing program.