Knowledge, Skills, And Abilitites
Knowledge of and ability to operate a computer or other technology using standard or customized computer or systems software applications appropriate to the assigned tasks.
Knowledge of street, sewer, sidewalk, bridge, building, and overpass construction materials, and techniques.
Knowledge of land survey equipment, principles, and techniques.
Knowledge of the use of transits, levels, and other engineering survey and drafting equipment.
Ability to plot profiles and cross sections and to prepare routine plans.
Ability to perform precise survey work, perform engineering computations, reduce field notes, and collate and record test data in a systematic manner.
Ability to perform mathematical computations to include addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, algebra, trigonometry, and geometry.
Ability to read and interpret construction plans, specifications, easements, and legal descriptions.
Ability to make engineering computations, maintain accurate records of work performed, and collate and record test data in a systematic manner.
Ability to understand oral or written instructions.
Ability to learn and adapt to advances in computer and electronics device technology and software.
Ability to adhere to safety policies, procedures, and guidelines.
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with fellow employees, contractors, and members of the general public.
Ability to stand and walk from 76 to 100% of the time; to bend and stoop from 51 to 75% of the time; to lift or squat from 26 to 50% of the time; and to climb, reach, balance, bend, stoop, squat, kneel, crouch, crawl, push, pull, lift, type, and sit up to 25% of the time.
Ability to move objects weighing up to fifty (50) pounds up to 33% of the time; objects weighing up to twenty (20) pounds from 34 to 66% of the time; and objects weighing up to ten (10) pounds from 67 to 100% of the time.
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