Land Surveying, Surveying, Cartography and Photogrammetrics
This position is only open to Colorado state residents
To view the complete job description and apply, please go to: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/Colorado
Application Deadline: 11/29/18 - 11:59 p.m. MST
The Professional Land Surveyor II works in the Right-of-Way Unit at The Colorado Department of Transportation's (CDOT's) Head Quarters Office in Denver, CO.
This position provides statewide subject matter expertise on CDOT:s land surveying and Right-of-Way plans and provides Quality Assurance, training and coordination of policy and procedures with the CDOT assistance of region personnel. The Professional Land Surveyor coordinates the development and implementation of innovative survey methods using state of the art equipment with a focus on customer service. This position additionally serves as the HQ liaison between CDOT managers and staff, the private surveying community, regulatory agencies and local governmental agencies.
Develops directives and guidelines for CDOT's land survey and right-of-way plans program by authoring manuals, policy and procedural directives, and specifications that are used on a statewide basis by CDOT staff, private land surveyors and engineers, regulatory agencies and local government agencies.
Advises managers, engineers and surveyors on complex land survey and right-of-way plans problem by utilizing land survey principles and applying State statutes pertaining to land surveying and real property law.
Complies, assesses, correlates, analyzes and consolidates educational, equipment, computer software data and other technical resource needs critical to the operation of the land survey and right-of-way plans program.
Develops training plans and provides support for training programs for the land survey and right-of-way plans statewide, and on a CDOT region-by-region basis.
Reviews and determines the appropriate steps needed to obtain Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) and state authorization of land acquisition for federal, state and local public agency projects by interpreting FWA and CDOT polices and state statues.
Processes requested right-of-way- plan authorizations including providing expertise to CDOT region right-of-way managers and staff on required documentation, processes and necessary workflows in order to produce Land Acquisition Approvals.
Serves as CDOT's liaison to federal, county, city and other local governmental agencies on land survey and right-of-way plans issues and policies; defends and justifies and interprets CDOT's land surveying and right-of-way plans policies.
Serves as CDOT's representative to the Colorado Board of Licensure for Architects, Professional Engineers, and Professional Land Surveyors and to other professional organizations.
Serves as CDOT's representative to federal and state agencies on GPS land survey matters.
Assists, cities, counties, and other groups in setting up Global Positioning Systems (GPS) on select projects.
Provides CDOT-wide subject matter expertise on GPS High accuracy Reference Networks (HARN), systems, and data structures that support CDOT's and survey program and project needs, assisting and directing engineers and surveyors on network capabilities, implementation, and operation.
Other duties as assigned.
Primarily 8:00 am – 5:00 pm work hours, Monday-Friday
Approximately 5% of time is spent in the field and 95% is spent in the office
Possibility for flex time or flex place schedules
Travel required during work hours throughout the state
Occasional overnight travel 2 -3 times a year throughout Colorado
Required to operate CDOT vehicles
Current licensure as a Professional Land Surveyor from the Colorado State Board of Licensure for Architects, Professional Engineers and Professional Land Surveyors.
AND, One year of experience as a licensed professional land surveyor
A current valid driver's license is required for this position as it requires operating a state or personal motor vehicle to perform one or more essential functions of the position.
About Colorado Department of Transportation
State employees make Colorado an amazing place to learn, work, and play. We want every day to feel like an opportunity. We want to be surrounded by innovation, vibrant optimism, and creativity. Most of all we want to feel like we're doing what we're meant to be doing. It's our nature. Working for Colorado means being surrounded by people who share your vision. It's where making a difference meets a pioneering spirit. Reach your peak state and together let's share everything we love about Colorado. To learn about the State's Employee Value Proposition visit: https://www.colorado.gov/dhr/evp
In addition to a fantastic place to work, CDOT offers a variety of benefits which include:
Annual leave (accrued based on years of service, starting at 8 hours a month)
• Sick leave accrued at 6.66 hours a month
• 10 paid holidays per year
• Medical and dental plans with no cost preventative services
• State paid Life Insurance with optional additional life insurance
• State paid Short Term Disability coverage, with optional long term disability plan
• Participation in PERA with 2 retirement plan options, and voluntary PERA 401K and 457 plans
• Credit Union membership
• Work life p...rograms
• State Employee Assistance programs at no cost
• Tuition and certification reimbursement program
• Access to a diverse array of technical, leadership, supervisory and specialty training across the state, in addition to personal development and productivity learning opportunities
• State employee discount programs
• Free RTD EcoPass
To learn more about our benefits visit: https://www.colorado.gov/dhr/benefits
To learn about the total compensation package for State government employment visit: https://www.colorado.gov/dhr/totalcompensation