Our people, and the synergy and interaction of our people within teams, are what make SPEC Services successful. We have carefully managed our 35-year growth to our current staff of over 200, based on developing the team and maintaining the right work environment.
Philosophy & Work Environment
We allow people to develop and advance by hiring entry-level staff, and encourage senior staff to assist in developing junior staff. Our practice has allowed individuals to grow by taking on successively more challenging projects. We selectively add experienced staff to broaden and enhance our capabilities, and to balance the organization with projected future market requirements. We have recognized the successful efforts of our employees with exceptional company contributions to their retirement funds. We have continually fostered our work environment of inspired people, visionary solutions, serving others.
We are always interested in identifying people who would be a good fit with our company, now or in the future. Positions in our Southern California offices for which we are actively seeking to add exceptional staff are listed below. Please submit your resume by e-mail to: email@example.com, or mail or fax to:
SPEC Services, Inc.
10540 Talbert Ave, Suite 100 East
Fountain Valley, CA 92708-6051
Attn: Human Resources Manager
Fax: (714) 963-0364
Survey Project Manager
Job DescriptionThe Survey Project Manager position includes both field and office survey work, project management, and hands-on use and application of tools and technologies available to accomplish the work. As part of a 200-person southern California based engineering firm, this position and our survey department perform a wide variety of land surveying and geospatial data acquisition services to support the planning, engineering, construction, and documentation of large and small energy and infrastructure projects. As a Survey Project Manager, you work with the project team to define the needs and opportunities for surveying and data acquisition for the project, develop the approach, technique, scope, and budget proposal, execute the work (either directly, or by directing and managing an in-house or subcontracted survey team), and work with the design team, contractors, and construction managers to facilitate and support their roles in the project. The work includes a broad range of projects, including buried utilities (oil, gas, and water pipelines and distribution systems, electrical power duct, fiber optic cable, and subsurface utility engineering (SUE) projects), directionally drilled channel and river crossings, oil and gas production facilities, petroleum terminals and refineries, pump and compressor stations, water storage, and other heavy industrial facilities. With the ever increasing field of geomatics and the variety of tools and capabilities available to acquire the needed data, this position requires the ability and passion to learn and apply the latest and most appropriate technologies for each project. We are looking for project leader with a solid grounding in field and party chief experience (preferably with LS), project organization and coordination skills, and a growing level of expertise in using the latest tools for collection, analysis, display, and management of spatial information. This includes GPS, GIS, laser scanning/Lidar, aerial mapping (traditional and with UAVs), and associated processing programs. As a Survey Project Manager, you will have a balance of field and office work, focused computing/analysis and personal interaction with project personnel, personal accomplishment and managing/coordinating team success, disciplined execution and development of new capabilities, sharing your knowledge and learning from other technical specialists.
The Survey Project Manager is responsible for overall management of surveying and geospatial data acquisition for a group of company projects. This includes preparing proposals, working with and negotiating with clients, organizing the project team (field and office assignments), managing and meeting project schedules and budgets, ensuring the quality of the work, and processing field data to produce the required deliverables. The Survey Project Manager will perform and/or oversee the preparation of maps and plats, legal descriptions and all other deliverables while directing and coordinating field work and associated quality reviews throughout the project delivery process. The work will also include hands-on processing and management of data, drafting of some of the technical exhibits and final deliverables, preparing RFIs, reports, and schedules, researching and analyzing boundary elements for retracement, and performing survey calculations, analysis, and field support calculations.
Knowledge and Skill Requirements
Please submit your resume by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org and include "Survey Project Manager" in the subject line..