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Party Chief (Land Survey)

Job Title: Party Chief (Land Survey)
Contract Type: Contract
Location: United Arab Emirates,
Industry:
Salary: Negotiable
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 3-5 Years
REF: JS9T7_1414775092
Contact Name: Stephen Johnson
Contact Email: stephenj@montash.com
Job Published: almost 3 years ago

Job Description

Job Description

Montash is searching for strong leaders for Party Chief positions to support our client's Survey operations. You will be responsible for supervising, assigning and reviewing the work of staff. The Party Chief oversees and participates in all survey activities related to assigned projects; although this position will be based in the United Arab Emirates (UAE).

Responsibilities:

  • Meeting with Project Managers and clients to determine survey needs, and specialist requirements
  • Performing topographic and boundary surveys in the field
  • Establishing survey project specifications, interpreting and applying applicable state laws & legislation
  • Calculating a wide array of survey data
  • Overseeing and participating in the preparation of computer generated maps and reports based on survey data (experience with mapping software preferable)
  • Maintain accurate records, files and documentation including field notes
  • Coordinate work activities internally to provide seamless client service
  • Monitoring the overall performance of team members

Requirements:

  • A relevant geology/survey related degree
  • 3 years of survey experience
  • Experience within the oil & gas industry
  • Experience with AutoCAD/Civil 3D is preferable

 

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