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WORKING with DPE!!!

DPE is interested in applicants that have a desire to learn, be cross trained and grow in responsibility for developing projects within the company.

Interested applicants please complete information and attach résumé in PDF format.

SENIOR ENGINEER

SUMMARY:  The Senior Engineer will assist the Project Manager with transportation and/or civil site development project management.  The position will involve professional development, technical engineering design and review, assignment of individual construction plan development tasks and quality control.  Other tasks will involve developing survey scopes and reviewing databases, ESPCP design and BMP inspections, public outreach meetings and construction bid administration.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Experience completing transportation construction plans for major and minor roadway, bridge replacements, intersection and pedestrian improvements and associated engineering.
  • Site Development Design components along with Erosion, Sediment and Pollution Control Plan design, MS4 and applicable permitting.
  • Computer literacy using: AutoCAD Civil 3D, InRoads V8i (SELECTseries 2), MicroStation V8i (SELECTseries 2), Hydraflow, Hydrographs, StormCAD, Microsoft Office products
  • Project management skills implementing effective planning, scheduling & organization along with good oral and written communication skills.

Position requires the ability to:

  • Perform Design tasks for transportation infrastructure and site development projects.
  • Develop hydrologic/hydraulic design for site & roadway drainage systems.
  • Develop complete construction plan documents.
  • Receive work direction & assist in effectively organizing projects.
  • Communicate effectively.
  • Work as a team member.
  • Foster a cooperative work environment.

REQUIREMENTS:

  • Degree in Civil Engineering (GA P.E. or ability to obtain within 6 months).
  • 10 – 15 years’ professional work experience.
PROJECT ENGINEER

SUMMARY:

The Project Engineer will assist the Senior Engineer and Project Manager with engineering design tasks for a variety of transportation infrastructure improvement and/or civil site development projects. Project tasks will include utilizing required design software for 3D and 2D design, modeling, and construction plan document development. In addition, the project engineer must be familiar with design calculations for developing alignment geometrics and stormwater management, as well as developing cross sections, drainage profiles, grading, quantity take-offs, and the development of technical specifications and bid document packages.

Responsibilities will include:

  • Civil engineering design tasks for minor and major roadway, intersection and pedestrian and multi-use trail improvement projects to develop complete construction plan documents (PDP experience a plus).
  • Civil engineering design tasks for residential, commercial and industrial site developments.
  • Developing Erosion, Sediment and Pollution Control Plans for DPE projects, providing MS4 compliance where needed and applicable project permitting.
  • Developing hydrologic/hydraulic design for site development and/or roadway drainage systems, calculations and reports.
  • Assisting in effectively organizing projects and documentation for GDOT, municipal and private sector
  • Working as a team member and fostering a cooperative work environment

Position requires the ability to:

  • Utilize effective communication, planning, scheduling and organizational skills.
  • Understand occupational hazards and standard safety precautions necessary in the workplace and field site visits.

REQUIREMENTS:

  • 3 or more years of experience utilizing AutoCAD Civil 3D, InRoads V8i (SELECTseries 2), MicroStation V8i (SELECTseries 2), Hydraflow, Hydrographs and or StormCAD for design.
  • Engineering, analytical and design skills, industry software knowledge, plan development methods, project permitting, technical understanding and documentation skills.
  • B.S. in Civil Engineering or Civil Engineering Technology from an accredited curriculum. EIT or Professional Engineer registration preferred.
  • 3 – 6 years of civil engineering design experience

DPE is interested in applicants that have a desire to learn, be cross trained and grow in responsibility for projects within the company. Interested applicants please send résumé in PDF format.

DPE Survey
The DPE Survey Teams work throughout metro Atlanta and Georgia providing accurate and complete surveys for each client’s need.
SURVEY DATA TECHNICIAN

SUMMARY: The Survey Data Technician will assist the Survey Manager and/or Party Chief with the development of the digital survey databases for GDOT and municipal transportation infrastructure improvements, boundaries, field topography, right-of-way plats, construction staking and other required detailed survey drawings. The position requires work to typically be performed in the office. Transportation and Land Development survey experience required with emphasis on InRoads and Civil 3D database development.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Per specific project deliverables develop InRoads, MicroStation or Civil 3D and 2D database files for transportation projects and site development including minor and major roadways, pedestrian, intersections, bridges, site development large and small tracts, grading, individual lots, as-builts, etc.
  • Prepare ALTA/ ACSM Land Surveys, Boundaries, Topographic, Utility Surveys, As-builts, Plan & Profiles and other drawings per project requirements.
  • Incorporate project research / record information into database that define the boundaries or area of real property and establish rights-of-way on area roads and properties.
  • Produce field worksheets for construction projects – civil layout.

Position requires the ability to:

  • Receive work direction, assist in effectively organizing projects, communicate effectively and foster a cooperative work environment with survey and engineering team members.
  • Follow written and verbal Read, interpret, and work from basic and routine deeds, plats, sketches, blueprints, specifications, and construction drawings.
  • Potential to cross-train for field work. Safely and efficiently operate and use associated

REQUIREMENTS:

  • Experience working with Carlson AutoCAD, Civil3D, (Bentley InRoads and Microstation V8i a plus)
  • Drafting and Survey field techniques, survey language, conventional equipment, GPS equipment, Robotic Total Station and other electronic surveying equipment & accessories.
  • Any combination of experience and education that could likely provide the required knowledge and abilities would be qualifying.
  • 4 – 8 years Survey CADD experience preferred which demonstrates possession of the knowledge and abilities listed above.
  • CADD Training and/or Associates Degree in Surveying preferred.
  • Valid GA Class “C” driver’s license
PARTY CHIEF

SUMMARY: Survey Party Chiefs oversee the surveying and measuring of points, elevations, lines, areas, and contours for design, construction, land division, and titles. This position manages the activities of a survey party and receives overall direction from Survey Manager or Project Surveyor. The Party Chief will exercise supervision over a survey team consisting of instrument man and field crew.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Supervise crew members for field land surveys for maintenance, location, and relocation of property corners and resolve title discrepancies.
  • Supervise topographic surveys that define/establish all existing conditions, land features, above ground and marked underground utilities, boundaries or real property areas, as-built, stream delineation, rights-of-way and easements for roads and properties.
  • Supervise construction surveys for area roads, bridges, buildings, subdivisions, and other properties.
  • Perform advanced field calculations for all aspects of survey work and ensure accuracy and completion of the survey.

Position requires the ability to:

  • Receive work direction, effectively organize field work and lead crew in their work.
  • Communicate effectively with those contacted in the course of work and work as a team member to foster a cooperative work setting.
  • Read, interpret, and work from basic and routine deeds, plats, sketches, blueprints, specifications, and construction drawings.
  • Understand occupation hazards and practice standard safety precautions necessary in the workplace and field. Safely and efficiently operate and use associated tools and equipment. Operate two-way radio, perform manual labor such as clearing brush, digging or shoveling, move objects weighing up to 60 pounds regularly. Load and unload equipment.

REQUIREMENTS:

  • Experience with transportation and site development survey field techniques, survey language, survey equipment operation, GPS, Robotic Total Station, eGPN and other electronic surveying equipment, resources & accessories.
  • Four (4) years of experience in the operating of survey equipment which demonstrates possession of the knowledge and abilities listed above.
  • Associates Degree in Surveying preferred.
  • Valid Georgia Class “C” driver’s license.

Position working conditions:

Regularly walk, stand, crouch or stoop; frequently lift, carry, push, pull or otherwise move objects. Carry equipment up, down & across irregular terrain. Walk over rough, uneven, or slippery surfaces. May be assigned to work shifts that include evenings, weekends, and/or holidays. Experience work in a variety of weather conditions with exposure to the elements while maintaining concentrated attention to detail.

INSTRUMENT MAN

SUMMARY:  Survey Instrument Operator assists the Party Chief in completing field surveys by either collecting or marking survey data points. Collected data is used to establish 3D and 2D breaklines for design by utilizing unique data coding of existing features which will establish elevations and connectivity to develop a digital database. This position will receive direction from the Party Chief, Project Surveyor and/or Survey Manager.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Perform land surveys for maintenance, location, and relocation of property corners through use of GPS equipment, Robotic Total Station and/or conventional surveying equipment.
  • Perform topographic surveys that define/establish all existing conditions, land features, above ground and marked underground utilities, boundaries or real property areas, as-built, stream delineation, rights-of-way and easements for roads and properties.
  • Perform construction surveys for area roads, bridges, buildings, subdivisions, and other properties.
  • Perform basic and advanced field calculations for all aspects of survey work.
  • Perform all additional duties that may be assigned.

Position requires the ability to:

  • Receive work direction, work as a team member and assist others in their work to foster a cooperative work atmosphere
  • Operate two-way radio and communicate effectively.
  • Read, interpret, and work from basic and routine deeds, plats, sketches, blueprints, specifications, and construction drawings.  Survey note taking and sketching of field survey information.
  • Safely and efficiently operate and use associated tools and equipment including moving objects weighing up to 60 pounds regularly, unload and load equipment.

REQUIREMENTS:

  • Survey field techniques, survey language, conventional equipment, GPS equipment, Robotic Total Station and other electronic surveying equipment & accessories.
  • Understand occupation hazards and practice standard safety precautions necessary in the workplace and field.
  • Two (2) years’ experience in the operation of survey equipment which demonstrates possession of the knowledge and abilities listed above.
  • High School Diploma preferred and valid GA Class “C” driver’s license.

Position working conditions:

  • Regularly walk, stand, crouch or stoop; frequently lift, carry, push, pull or otherwise move objects. Carry equipment up, down & across irregular and or slippery surfaces.
  • Perform manual labor such as clearing brush, cutting lines of sight, digging
  • May be assigned to work shifts that include evenings, weekends, and/or holidays.
  • Experience work in a variety of weather conditions with exposure to the elements while maintaining concentrated attention to detail.
CREW MEMBER

SUMMARY: The Survey Crew Member assists in all field surveying activities.   The Rod Man will receive overall direction from Party Chief and may receive direction from Survey Instrument Man in the absence of the Party Chief.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Assist in land surveys for maintenance, location, and relocation of property corners through use and operation of surveying equipment. Assist in construction surveys for area roads, bridges, buildings, subdivisions, and other properties. Assist in surveys that define the boundaries or area real property and establish rights-of-way on area roads and properties.
  • Practice survey techniques to limit survey errors.
  • Learn basic field calculations for all aspects of survey work.
  • Unload/setup survey equipment.
  • Perform all additional duties that may be assigned.

Position requires the ability to:

  • Receive work direction and communicate effectively with those contacted in the course of survey
  • Safely and efficiently operate and use associated tools and work as a team member to foster a cooperative work environment

REQUIREMENTS:

  • Knowledge of survey field techniques, survey language, conventional equipment, Robotic Total Station, GPS equipment, and other electronic surveying equipment & accessories.
  • Understanding of occupation hazards and practice of standard safety precautions necessary in the workplace and field.
  • One (1) year experience in the operation of survey equipment which demonstrates possession of the knowledge and abilities listed above
  • High School diploma or equivalent GED preferred and valid GA Class “C” driver’s license

Position working conditions:

  • Regularly walk, stand, crouch or stoop; frequently lift, carry, push, pull or otherwise move objects. Perform manual labor such as clearing brush, cut line of sight, digging or move objects weighing up to 60 pounds Load and carry equipment up, down & across irregular and slippery surfaces.
  • May be assigned to work shifts that include evenings, weekends, and/or holidays.
  • Experience work in a variety of weather conditions with exposure to the elements while maintaining concentrated attention to detail.

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