• Crew Member

    Job Locations US-GA-Marietta | US-GA-Lawrenceville
    Job ID 2019-1150
    # of Openings
    Survey and Mapping
  • Overview

    The Crew Member is a developmental position that assists the survey Crew Chief by conducting field activities under direct supervision. In this role, an employee will be expected to develop and demonstrate proficiency in regards to the essential functions of the job found below.


    • Maintain equipment by cleaning, completing preventative maintenance, and performing calibrations.
    • Clean and stock work vehicle.
    • Maintain safe work environment by complying with Atwell and/or site-specific Health and Safety Plans by: using proper Personal Protection Equipment (PPE), obtaining and maintaining First Aid and CPR certification, participating in the Atwell medical monitoring program, and maintaining OSHA HAZWOPER certification.
    • Assist in prompt start to survey activities at project site by assembling and setting up necessary equipment.
    • Perform survey activities such as: leveling, traversing, topographic mapping, construction layout, as-built surveys, boundary surveys, profile and cross section surveys.
    • Perform physical tasks such as: line clearing, pounding stakes, setting monuments, and locating critical underground objects.
    • Record field notes legibly and accurately while following Atwell established Standard Operating Procedures (SOP).
    • Communicate effectively with other Crew Members and other survey staff using surveying terminology.
    • Ensure product quality and Atwell reputation by following Atwell Product Quality Manual.
    • Communicate with Crew Chiefs, Project Manager, and Team Leader on workload status in order to meet designated chargeability goals.
    • Previous survey or survey-related internship experience desired.
    • Workload management skills.
    • Strong written and verbal communication skills.


    • High School Degree or General Education Degree (GED) required. (Bachelor’s Degree highly desired)
    • Basic knowledge and understanding of the following technical skills:
      • Mathematics and measurements.
      • Care, cleaning, and use of a variety of surveying tools and equipment.
      • Principles of performing basic surveys (i.e., leveling, traversing, etc.)
      • Basic plan reading (i.e., topographic surveys, boundary surveys, etc.)
      • Survey ethics and technical standards.
      • Construction procedures and required safety procedures and practices.
      • ALTA Surveys
      • GPS
      • Total Stations
      • Data collectors


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