Land Survey Intern

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As an intern you will learn practical on-the-job experience. The Survey Intern , will spend the majority of their time working on survey crews with an experienced crew chief. The intern will assist with boundary surveys, construction staking, topographic surveys, ALTA surveys and GPS data collection. Occasional time may be spent in the office performing general clerical and/or survey duties. Trimble, Robotic Total Station and GPS are standard equipment.
The selected candidate will be enrolled in a Civil Engineering, Land Surveying or Survey Technology Degree, or related field, from an accredited post-secondary institution. General coursework in, and completion of, general surveying and AutoCAD drafting are preferred.
The ability to work in extended outdoor conditions in required. Students must possess a valid class D driver's license and be insurable under the firm''s standard rates. A check of the candidate''s motor vehicle record will be conducted as part of orientation. Must be physically capable of navigating rugged terrain for the purpose of performing the duties outlined above. This position interacts with staff, land owners, contractors and sub-contractors.
Each year we look for variety of experience, education and ability for our student intern pool. Some positions may be filled with students who have previous experience depending on the level of complexity a project or client may require. Preference may be given to students who have completed a previous internship with Bolton & Menk, Inc.
Thank you for applying with us. The process of reviewing resumes, screening candidates and conducting interviews will begin February 1st.
Qualified candidates only please.
Relocation and housing are not included
For over 60 years Bolton & Menk, Inc. has served public and private clients in the Upper Midwest with comprehensive planning, design and construction engineering and surveying services. Bolton & Menk is employee-owned and is ranked among ENR's Top 500 Design Firms. We are _Designing For A Better Tomorrow, Come Join Our Team Today!_

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