Considering a career in Land Surveying? Emerio Design is hiring!
What does a Land Surveyor Do?
Land Surveying is the practice of establishing the exact positions of boundaries and other features of a parcel of land. It involves measuring distances, angles, and elevations of points of reference, as well as determining the area of the land and the location of structures. Land Surveying is an essential part of many types of construction, engineering, and other land-related projects. Land Surveyors create, maintain, and interpret land records used to protect the property rights of landowners and help make decisions regarding land development.
Entry level, intermediate, or advanced, we have a spot on our crew for YOU!
- have good communication skills
- work well in a team
- enjoy working outside in all weather conditions
- are able to take direction
- have strong attention to detail
Open positions include:
We are building a diverse, inclusive, and equitable team and are looking for team members who are enthusiastic, dedicated, honest, flexible, and interested in growing with us. With a culture that embraces these values and a firm belief that technical skills can be taught but character and attitude can’t, we aspire to create opportunities for women and people of color at all levels of our company. We are looking for team members who embrace these values and strongly encourage people from underrepresented groups to apply. Learn more about working at Emerio Design.
Top 5 Reasons to Become a Land Surveyor
1. You don’t want a desk job.
Land surveying is perfect for people who enjoy working outside. Surveying involves both field and office work, making it a great career choice for outdoor enthusiasts.
2. You like working with technology.
Since surveyors are responsible for taking precise measurements of land to determine property boundaries and develop land, they work with some very high-tech equipment and programs, including GPS devices, 3D laser scanning technology, and computer-aided drafting software.
3. You prefer a variety of projects to work on.
Surveyors work on different projects at various locations, while collaborating with several different professions all the time. Projects range from topographic mapping, highway and bridge work, and construction, to hydro stream and fish passage projects.
4. You are curious and like to problem solve.
Land surveyors are often part detective, using everything from historical research to on-site data and measurements to solve a problem or answer a question for a client.
5. You want a career that makes a difference.
A professional land surveyor’s most important role is to protect the public it serves. From boundary work and construction projects to court cases and land mapping, surveyors, and the data they collect play an important role in our world. It’s a career that impacts a wide variety of fields and industries and their work shapes everything from building projects to GPS data.