Field Technician - Subsurface Utility Locating (Ref )
The Field Technician is an integral member of the project team responsible for delivering sub-surface utility engineering projects of varying size and complexity. The Field Technician is responsible for performing assigned project activities, in close collaboration with and under the supervision of field managers, project managers, crew chiefs, and the Director. Essential Duties and Responsibilities: Prepare the crew equipment and vehicles each morning. Cleanup and restore the crew equipment and vehicles each afternoon. Report supplies, equipment, and the repair and maintenance of all equipment to the Field Manager. Assist in Quality Assurance of all fieldwork. Assist with training other field personnel. Assist the Field Manager, Project Managers and Crew Chiefs with any other task as needed to ensure the quality and timeliness of the project deliverables, the efficiency of the field operations, and the ultimate success of the company. Supervisory/Budget Responsibilities: No direct supervisory responsibility. No direct budget responsibility. Physical Demands/Requirements: Must be able to frequently lift/carry 1-10 lbs. Must be able to occasionally lift/carry 11-50 lbs. Must be able to frequently push/pull 1-50 lbs. Field work being performed will also involve walking, balancing, bending, kneeling, crouching, and reaching. Work Environment/Conditions: Expected to work primarily in the field on various jobs sites, which will include constructions sites and active roadways. Required Education and Experience: Experience with sub-surface utility locating. Required Job Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Solid understanding of Microsoft Office 365. Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to work well with others. Will be required to perform other duties as requested, directed or assigned. 1. 2+ years of experience with sub-surface utility locating. 2. Solid understanding of Microsoft Office 365.