civil or structural engineering
Apr 18, 2016
Nov 30, 2016
- Using a range of equipment to produce surveys, including GPS and conventional methods;
- Analysing information thoroughly before it is handed over to other professionals;
- Measuring the ground, including aspects such as small and large-scale distances, angles and elevations;
- Gathering data on the earth's physical and man-made features through surveys;
- Processing data;
- Undertaking digital mapping;
- Thinking creatively to resolve practical planning and development problems;
- Interpreting data using maps, charts and plans;
- Utilizing data from a range of sources, such as aerial photography, satellite surveys and laser beam measuring systems;
- Keeping up to date with new and emerging technology;
- Providing advice to a variety of clients.
- Conducts safety meetings
- Works closely with the client's field representative to determine the placement of right-of-ways, facility sites, etc.
- Being able to effectively manage time.
- Having knowledge about safety regulations.
- Having strong written and spoken communication.
- Having problem solving skills.
- Being able to analyse graphical data.
- Having teamwork abilities.
- Having IT skills.
- Having knowledge about CAD programs and surveying technology.
- Being able to priorities effectively.
- Being able to work with high accuracy levels
Electrical/Electronic Manufacturing - Lahore, Pakistan