Region Survey Coordinator: This position is responsible for duties related to the oversight and analysis of data collected by WisDOT and consultant survey crews within assigned counties within Southwest Region. Duties include:
Scheduling work assignments, instructing, assisting and reviewing the work of the WisDOT and consultant survey data gathering crews.
Ensuring the data supplied is gathered in accordance with WisDOTs Survey Data Management System (SDMS), standards and specifications.
Computing, adjusting and assembling engineering data for use by design, construction, and right of way project leaders.
Establish and negotiate work orders for consultant resources surveys.
Region Plat Coordinator: This position is responsible for the design, direction, coordination, delegation of work assignments, research, training and reviewing right-of-way activities of staff engineers and consultants within assigned counties within Southwest Region. Duties include:
Development of Right-of-Way plats for highway improvement projects.
Serves as the Region resource regarding plat development.
The Senior level position is in pay schedule 14-14. Starting salary is between $49,920 and $54,080 depending upon qualifications plus excellent benefits. The Advanced level position is in pay schedule 14-13. Starting salary is between $58,448 and $64,480 depending upon qualifications plus excellent benefit
WisDOT does not sponsor work visas.
Any appointment made will be contingent on the applicant being able to prove valid status to work in the United States Prior to any appointments for position(s) filled from this announcement, candidates may be subject to a comprehensive criminal background check with may include FBI fingerprinting.
Permanent classified state employees who are eligible for consideration as voluntary demotion, or reinstatement should complete the application process as described above by the stated deadline.
Minimally qualified applicants at the Senior level will have coursework/training or experience with the following:
Interpreting Plats and Certified Survey Maps (CSM).
Principles and or practices of land surveying.
Computer software such as Civil 3D, AutoCAD, M.S. Office, Project Management Software or comparable software.
Use of Trimble RTK Global Positioning System (GPS) or comparable GPS platforms.
In addition to the qualifications above, qualified candidates at the Advanced level will have the following:
Must currently hold a Wisconsin Professional Surveyor License (PLS).
At least two years of experience working with computer software such as Civil 3D, AutoCAD, M.S. Office, Project Management Software or comparable software.
At least two years of experience with the use of Trimble RTK Global Positioning Systems (GPS) or comparable GPS platforms.
Experience interpreting and preparing legal descriptions.
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