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Grade Control Superintendent

Company:
Dragados USA
City of Position:
Selma
State:
California
DRAGADOS USA
POSITION DESCRIPTION
Job Title: Grade Control Superintendent
Division/Department: Operations
Reports to: Segment Survey Manager
Location: California High Speed Rail
FSLA: Exempt
Title: Grade Control Superintendent
Location: California High Speed Rail
Purpose
Reporting to the Segment Survey Manager, this position will be responsible for optimizing and maintaining the accuracy of machine guidance systems during earth moving operations. Employ the use of robotic total stations, GNSS technology, project documents, and electronic 3D models to achieve required results. The Grade Control Superintendent will also be the champion of new and innovative processes and controls for improving production as well as machine accuracy.
Responsibilities
  • Troubleshoot and maintain all grade control equipment
  • Setup, operation, and maintenance of survey equipment (Total Stations, GPS, Machine Guidance Equipment, Radios, etc.)
  • Generate grade control models for the project using Trimble Business Center-HCE, Microstation/Inroads, and Civil 3D software
  • Provide all services, duties related to grade control requested by other departments
  • Implement work practice improvements and quality control methodologies to grade control modelling
  • Train, mentor, and develop the grading production staff
  • Provide assistance to other members of the Survey Department when requested
Requirements
DRAGADOS IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
  • A minimum of 5 years' of experience in construction survey and/or grade control
  • A mandatory minimum of 3 years' experience with Trimble grade control technology
  • Familiar with 3D modelling software (Trimble BC-HCE, Microstation/Inroads, Civil 3D) and database management
  • Thorough working knowledge of earth moving activities
  • Demonstrate leadership and team-work capabilities
  • Excellent verbal and communication skills
  • Ability to work obscure hours if needed



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