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Specialty: Field Surveyor
Job#: 7296
Location: Vancouver, WA

Position Overview:
This full-time contract position will provide support to the Supervisory Land Surveyor within the Surveying and Mapping Department (TERM). The Surveying and Mapping Department is responsible for providing land survey and mapping support in the maintenance, operation, and development of facilities. This is a senior technician position and requires the ability to function independently and at a high level with minimal guidance. The official duty station of this position is Vancouver, WA; however the position will involve extended overnight travel, up to 75%, to field locations throughout the service area of Oregon, Washington, Idaho, western Montana, northern Nevada, northern California and western Wyoming.

The work performed by this position often involves moderate risks or discomforts that require special safety precautions, e.g., working in varied weather conditions; hot and cold climates; in rain and snow; climbing and walking on slippery surfaces, uneven ground and on steep slopes covered with brush in mountainous, desert, coastal environments, or urban settings. Some project areas assigned may contain poison oak, wasps, and other pests. In addition, assignments may include work in proximity to heavy equipment, highway traffic, or energized high voltage facilities.

Position Responsibilities include but not limited to:
Perform, manage, and direct route, engineering design, geodetic, and construction surveys primarily in support of the organization�s Transmission Line Engineering, Facility Engineering, and Realty Sections.
Collect and manage Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) and terrestrial survey data for transmission line and facility projects, review and edit field survey data, and perform data processing and the completion of survey reports. Data will be collected electronically and on handwritten survey note sheets.
Perform right-of-way and boundary retracement surveys under the guidance of a Professional Land Surveyor, these include encroachment and right-of-way marking surveys.
Inspect and verify survey deliverables, including:
Field note sheets
Electronic data collection files
GNSS and Terrestrial network adjustment and resolution reports
Computation sheets
Survey Basemaps
Topographic survey maps
Survey reports
Create and review scopes, schedules, statements of work, and estimates for survey work performed by survey contractors as requested by COTR.
Provide field inspection monitoring on contract surveys, as requested by COTR.
Coordinate the work of contract survey crew personnel.
Perform intermediate level computations and analysis using technical software (i.e., Trimble Business Center, Starnet, Bentley MicroStation & Inroads, NGS OPUS, ESRI ArcGIS, Microsoft Office)
May be asked to provide drafting support, as needed
Complete associated documentation and archiving of survey data as needed.
Coordinate field survey activities with other functional organizational units.

Position Requirements
Education/Experience:
Bachelor�s Degree in Land Surveying strongly preferred. A Bachelors degree can substitute for a portion of the experience requirements (see below)
10+ years of land surveying technician experience is required (6+ years with a Bachelors Degree in Land Surveying - OR - having passed LSIT/Land Surveying Fundamentals exam)
Land Surveyor in Training (LSIT) certificate is required
Experience with various software programs to process, adjust, and produce survey deliverables (Trimble Business Center, Starnet, Bentley MicroStation & Inroads, NGS tools, ESRI ArcGIS) is required
5+ years combined field experience in the following areas is strongly desirable:
Surveying L-lines
Staking utility structures for construction
Setting control for utility structures being constructed
Staking guy anchors
Marking right-of-way lines
Surveying and staking access roads and ground impairments
Surveying substation baselines
Conducting utility tower site studies
Performing crossing surveys
Determining LIDAR elevations of structure attachment points
Reading and interpreting plan and profile maps, structure lists and site utility tower data sheets
Experience with Microsoft Office Suite software including MS Word, Excel, Outlook is required (MS Office 2010 proficiency is required)

General Requirements:
Proficient in the operation and maintenance of Trimble total stations, Trimble GNSS equipment, and electronic levels and other various measuring instruments.
Possess a sound understanding of the fundamentals of Land Surveying.
Possess knowledge and experience with state plane coordinates, horizontal & vertical datums, network adjustments (least squares), and geodetic & GNSS surveying.
Proficient with the use and operation of Trimble electronic data collection systems and processes; must be able to download and process data files, perform intermediate survey computations using various software packages (i.e., Trimble Business Center, OPUS, Starnet, Bentley MicroStation & Inroads, NGS tools, ESRI ArcGIS, Microsoft Office)
Ability to understand scopes of work, schedules, and technical specifications for complex surveying projects.
Ability to work as part of a team consisting of professional and technical staff.
Ability to multitask and work independently with a minimal amount of guidance.
Ability to interpret potential hazards and react appropriately in emergency situations.

Additional Requirements:
Must obtain and/or maintain a current Non-Electrical Worker Permit (see below)
Must complete Chainsaw Safety training
Up to 75% overnight travel to Field locations is expected
Up to 15% overtime may be required
The selected candidate will be required to sign a Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA) as a condition of the contract assignment.
This position may be eligible for regularly scheduled offsite work, subject to the completion of a Supplemental Labor Offsite Work Memorandum of Understanding.
RSA token shall only be utilized when conducting work directly related to the API. Any other work is unauthorized. Contract worker is responsible for the safe-keeping of the issued RSA Token at all times.� If the RSA Token is lost or compromised, immediately contact the COTR.� All information associated with the work performed offsite must be maintained in the network environment.� No information shall be allowed to be transmitted, stored, and created, etc., on the contract worker�s personal devices. Contract personnel must follow all and government-wide security, asset management, and cyber security policies and procedures.
Must possess a valid state driver�s license
First Aid/AED/CPR Certification required within 30 days of assignment start. The worker/employer is responsible for maintaining current certification.
Personal Protection equipment (PPE) as noted below is required for all field travel:
White hard hat
Safety vest
Eye protection;
Hearing protection;
Hand protection (work gloves);
ASTM F2413-11, Class 75 EH rated footwear with over the ankle lace up and rigid sole and heel required for all field travel.
Additional PPE required by State or Federal OSHA for the work to be performed

Special Requirements for physical exertion may include:
Climbing and walking on slippery surfaces, uneven ground and steep slopes covered with thick brush in mountainous, desert, coastal environments, and urban terrain.
Uninterrupted periods of standing, walking, kneeling, crouching, or crawling.
Uninterrupted sitting while driving to and from worksites and performing office duties.
Operating 4-wheel drive vehicles and ATVs in rough terrain and inclement weather, including the use of winches, jacks, and other equipment.
Lifting, carrying, and operating survey equipment weighting up to 50 pounds on uneven, slippery surfaces and rough terrain.
Lifting and maneuvering 50-pound bags of concrete for setting survey monuments.
Working with brush hooks, machetes, axes, digging bars, shovels, hammers, and other tools necessary to clear brush, dig holes, set monuments, and other manual tasks.
May be required to operate chainsaw on an occasional basis.

Provided Tools, Equipment, Training and Certifications:
Chainsaw Usage training
First Aid/CPR/AED refresher


Non-Electrical Worker Permit (Rules of Conduct Handbook-April 2015)

Non-Electrical Worker Permit
This Permit allows unescorted access into, out of and movement within energized facilities to perform predefined work not affecting the electrical operation of the power system by persons who have received appropriate instructions and training, and have demonstrated a level of understanding necessary to safely move about within energized facilities.
Examples: Facility maintenance workers, painters, carpenters, plumbers, truck drivers, riggers, HMEM, security specialists, environmental specialists, and janitors.

Minimum requirements
Need to perform non-electrical duties in or around energized facilities
Knowledge and understanding of the Rules of Conduct Handbook.
Current NERC-CIP training
For Employees and Supplemental Labor contractors, knowledge and understanding of APM safety rules defined in section 10.1 and 10.2.
For Project Contractors, knowledge and understanding of the contract Safety and Health Requirements.

Minimum rules governing Non-Electrical Worker Permit holder conduct while in energized facilities:
Allows unescorted access and movement for performance of predefined work that does not affect the electrical operation of the power system. Non-Electrical Worker Permit holders shall not open any cabinet doors or access panels on electrical equipment, or manipulate any equipment in any manner unless escorted by a qualified individual.
Work involving the possibility of inadvertent contact with high voltage parts or the violation of MAD must be performed under the direct, on-site supervision of an individual holding an Electrical Worker Permit acting as a Safety Watcher.
Shall adhere to all safety requirements and substation security policies as provided by the Rules of Conduct Handbook.
May escort an unpermitted person for access or non-electrical work.

To obtain or renew this Permit:
For employees and Supplemental Labor contractors:
The applicant must possess an active badge/proximity card.
The applicant must demonstrate an understanding of the Rules of Conduct Handbook and applicable Accident Prevention Manual rules defined in sections 10.1 and 10.2 by passing a Non-Electrical Worker Permit Exam. The applicant must schedule the Non-Electrical Worker Permit Exam with a district Chief Substation Operator or designee who will administer the exam.
Applicants for their first Permit who have passed the exam must also schedule and complete a Substation Tour with a District Chief Operator or designee who will conduct the tour. See Section 9.3.
After successfully passing the Non-Electrical Worker Permit exam, applicants for new Permits, as defined in section 4.2, must complete an Application for Energized Facilities Permit form 6500.11e. The form must be signed by the TOZ approved responsible work group manager/supervisor and sent to the Substation Operations Group for verification and processing.
For Project Contractor:
The applicant must possess an active badge/proximity card to obtain or renew this Permit. badge/proximity card and permit processes can be completed as parallel processes. Permits will not be activated until completion of badging process.
Must complete training as directed by the Contracting Officer.
Must possess a valid First Aid Card.
Must demonstrate an understanding of the contract Safety and Health Requirements and the Rules of Conduct Handbook by passing a Non-Electrical Worker Permit Exam.
Applicants for their first Permit who have passed the exam must also schedule and complete a Substation Tour conducted by a Chief Substation Operator or their designee. Contact the organization�s COTR to schedule the tour. See section 9.3.
After successfully passing the Non-Electrical Worker Permit exam, applicants for new Permits, as defined in section 4.2, must complete an Application for Energized Facilities Permit form 6500.11e and submit it to the Contracting Officer. Applicants must also send the signed Substation Tour Instruction sheet with the application. The Contracting Officer will submit all forms to the Substation Operations Group.

The Substation Operations Group, TOZ, will review and verify the submitted information. If approved, the Non-Electrical Worker Permit will be issued by adding the applicants name to the Permit Directory.

Electronic access to energized facilities will automatically be granted after successful completion of the Permit process. Those needing access to energized facilities not having electronic access must request an Energized Facilities Key by submitting a completed form 6500.04e to the Substation Operations Group. The Substation Operations Group will issue a numbered Energized Facilities Key to the requestor.

When the Permit holder no longer has a need for access or no longer meets the minimum qualifications for this Permit, the person must return the Energized Facilities Key within 7 days to the Substation Operations Group, TOZ or a District Chief Substation Operator. Failure to return the key is a violation of the organization�s Energized Facilities Key Policy. See section 7, Key Holder Responsibilities.

Chainsaw Usage Requirements
Training and Certification
Workers required to use chainsaws shall have chainsaw training and shall successfully demonstrate the safe use of a chainsaw for the level in which the job requires. Training certification must be on file in the Supplemental Labor Management Office (SLMO)
Training shall be valid for a period of 3 years.
Training shall include both classroom and hands on elements and be of sufficient material to equip the user with the knowledge and basic skills to operate a chainsaw for their required use in a safe and professional manner. The hands on portion shall be equivalent for the level of training required. This position requires Class 2 training
Class 2 � Occasional User in a Non-Controlled Environment
Workers at this level shall be trained to operate a chainsaw in situations that will require the operator to use his/her judgment for the best method of cutting. This level of training will allow for uneven surfaces and some cutting above the chest level. The training will equip the worker with the skills and knowledge in bucking procedures to remove downed trees in a safe manner. Chainsaw usage is restricted to removal of a downed tree across a road or path or falling of a tree no more than six (6) inches in diameter
PPE Requirements
Chainsaw operators shall wear all appropriate PPE while operating the saw. Minimum PPE requirements are as follows:
Hardhat
Eye protection
Hearing protection
Gloves
Chainsaw chaps (chaps shall overlap the boots by at least 2 inches)
ASTM F2413-11, Class 75EH rated footwear with over the ankle lace up and rigid sole and heel
Long sleeve shirt and full length pants.









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