General Dynamics - Bath Iron Works

Surveyor

US-ME-Bath
Req ID
2017-1392
Remaining Positions
2
Post End Date
10/23/2017
Category
Manufacturing

Job Description

- Ship construction surveyors are responsible for the layout of plate, unit, and ship construction control lines, installation and alignments of major equipment, and the monitoring of the ship in its various stages of construction to ensure construction and fit-up tolerances are met.
- Surveyors work in all areas of the shipyard from initial plate layout through ship delivery.
- The surveyors work with all trades, levels of the organization and with Accuracy Control Engineers to provide required data to support the construction process.

Required/Preferred Education/Training

- A.S. degree in Surveying or related field preferred
- Strong Math Skills, Strong knowledge of geometry and trigonometry required

Required/Preferred Experience

- Five years experience in construction or industrial surveying or related field experience required
- Ability to operate optical levels, lasers, and Total Stations and data collectors
- Ability to use surveying Software preferred.
- Experience using 3 dimensional data models and interpreting 3 dimensional data a plus
- Ability to understand 3D coordinate geometry and 3D spatial relationships
- Strong computer skills, Ability to use Microsoft office products, Excel
- Advanced computer or software knowledge a plus
- Familiarity with 3D drafting programs a plus
- Able to use or familiarity with data collector software (Carlson preferred)
- Ability to perform in fast paced industrial environment
- Excellent written and oral communication skills and the ability to work in a team environment
- Ability to read and understand shipyard procedures, work instruction, drawings and blueprints
- Shipbuilding knowledge and/or experience preferred
- Ability to work with cross functional trades a plus
- Detail oriented
- Must have the ability to obtain a security clearance

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