Engineering Technician II

Employment Type

: Full-Time

Industry

: Engineering



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The Transportation Land Management Agency (TLMA) has an opportunity for an Engineering Technician II who will be assigned to the Survey Division in Riverside. The incumbent in this position will be responsible for performing complex land surveying work which includes preparing calculations, setting up instruments, operating a Total Station as well as mapping and drafting.The Engineering Technician II will also be tasked with construction staking, right-of-way staking, conducting title and property owner research, preparing and reviewing legal descriptions related to real property, reviewing various land development applications, and maintaining the indexing systems for record documents.The Transportation Land Management Agency (TLMA) desires candidates that are familiar with various types of land records and have experience utilizing indexing systems to retrieve and review record documents, survey records, maps and subdivisions. Additionally, experience utilizing Microstation, AutoCAD, ArcGIS and ESRI products and Excel is highly desired.EXAMPLES OF ESSENTIAL DUTIES:**_SURVEYING:_**Perform moderately difficult sub-professional field and office surveying work.Set up and maintain filing and indexing systems for road record documents, survey records, maps, accident records, transportation data, and other engineering record materials.Inspect the construction of less complex public works projects and subdivision tracts to assure compliance with plans, specifications, County standards and regulatory requirements; file daily construction reports and associated documentation.Field Work: Act as instrument technician on a survey crew; operate electronic measuring equipment as well as transit and level in making cross-section, profile, topographic, elevation,Photogrammetric, location and construction layout surveys.Make computations and record readings; check and prepare field notes; may act as Party Chief on a short term relief basis.Office Work: Draft topographic, geometric alignment, cross-sectional, and profile drawings and maps using manual or computer aided techniques.Conduct title and property owner research; prepare legal descriptions and various legal documents relating to real property; calculate bearings, distances, areas and perform other calculations.Prepare drawings and sketch tracings from survey notes and other records; prepare detailed and precise maps including right of way maps.RECRUITING GUIDELINES:**_OPTION I_**Experience: Three years of sub-professional civil engineering experience. (Completion of college level courses from an accredited college or university in civil engineering or closely related subjects to the assignment such as land surveying, soils erosion, soils testing, blueprint reading, mathematics, computer graphics, or hydrology may substitute for up to two years of the required experience on the basis of 12 semester or 18 quarter units equaling one year of the required full-time experience.)**_OPTION II_**Education: Graduation from an accredited college or university with a bachelor's degree in surveying engineering or civil engineering.**_OPTION III_**Experience: Three years of sub-professional civil engineering experience. (A valid Certificate of Registration as an Engineer-in-Training or Surveyor-in-Training issued by the California State Board of Registration for Professional Engineers may substitute for two years of the required sub-professional engineering experience.)**_ALL OPTIONS_**Knowledge of: Mathematics including algebra, geometry, and trigonometry; the basic practices of engineering design and construction, traffic control, and land surveying; manual and automated drafting techniques; field and office procedures relating to hydrography; procedures related to construction inspection.Ability to: Read and interpret legal descriptions, engineering drawings, survey notes, and tract descriptions; assist in the preparation of designs, plans, estimates, reports, and specifications; collect and analyze traffic, transportation, hydrologic, and other data and prepare reports, interpretations, and recommendations; compile and enter data into computer system for computer aided mapping; perform survey field work, inspect public works projects and subdivision tracts; maintain effective relations with others.*Job Title:* ENGINEERING TECHNICIAN II*Closing Date/Time:* Wed. 01/22/20 11:59 PM Pacific Time*Salary:* $23.93 - $38.64 Hourly $4,147.59 - $6,697.95 Monthly $49,771.07 - $80,375.36 Annually*Job Type:* Full-Time*Location:* Riverside, California*Department:* TLMA Transportation*Job Title:* ENGINEERING TECHNICIAN II*Closing Date/Time:* Wed. 01/22/20 11:59 PM Pacific Time*Salary:* $23.93 - $38.64 Hourly $4,147.59 - $6,697.95 Monthly $49,771.07 - $80,375.36 Annually*Job Type:* Full-Time*Location:* Riverside, California*Department:* TLMA Transportation </script>

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