January 19, 2022
$58,801.60 – $78,790.40 annually
- Under general supervision, supervises the work of employees performing and performs surveying, mapping and right of way work.
- Directs the day to day work of assigned staff; prioritizes and assigns tasks and projects; trains, evaluates and instructs employees as required.
- Prepares reports summarizing work performed.
- Plans and coordinates preliminary surveys, drainage studies, right of way surveys, mapping, monument preservation and perpetuation projects for county, state or federally funded projects.
- Directs staff or performs office research and resolutions for various projects and in response to inquiries from the general public.
- Negotiates and prepares contracts and agreements for right of way and property for projects.
- Negotiates with title companies for title conveyances as part of right of way acquisitions; resolves boundary disputes with other government agencies and/or the public; and mediates and resolves private encroachments into public right of way.
- Performs map checking, including subdivision maps, parcel maps, records of survey, lot line adjustment deeds and plats to determine technical validity and compliance with county ordinances and State laws.
- Determines the validity and legality of land parcels before the issuance of building permits.
- Provides information to engineers, land surveyors, property owners, subdividers and the public on a variety of land use issues.
- Performs other related duties as assigned.
Associate’s degree in Civil Engineering, or a related technical field from an accredited college or university. Three (3) years of experience in land surveying or construction. Years of experience may be substituted for education on a year for year basis. Certification as a Land Surveyor in Training. A valid State of California driver’s license is required.
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