Hubbard Construction Company Automated Machine Control Specialist in Winter Park, Florida
General Description. The automated machine control specialist will work as a member of a survey crew performing construction stakeout and associated preliminary topographic surveys, boundary, topography, ALTA, right of way, and construction surveys for public and private clients. Need to have heavy equipment operating experience.
Use survey instruments
Highway construction layout
Ability to work on/ above ground i.e. super structures such as bridges
Operate GPS equipment
Other duties as assigned
Applicant should have a survey background as well as experience operating Heavy equipment equipped with GPS & or robotically controlled machine guidance.
Applicant will need to have the ability to plan check DTMs and be able to calibrate the machinery
Trouble shoot machine control related issues
Will need to be able to help with training of operators
General. To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each Key Duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Education and Experience. This position typically is not an entry-level job, as it requires demonstrable previous experience as a Survey Instrument Person. A high school diploma or general education degree (GED) is preferred. Must be able to understand work directions and communicate effectively with job site supervisors and fellow employees. Three (3) to Five (5) years or more of Construction layout related experience is required for this position, with an emphasis on roads, highways, and bridges.
Physical Demands. The following physical demands are representative of those that must be met by a Survey Instrument Person to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.
Constant physical effort, including standing, is required during a regular work shift of at least eight hours per day. Employee must be able to stand for extended periods of time, and to stoop, bend, and crouch as required to perform Key Duties.
Ability to lift and carry, on a frequent basis, at least 50-90 pounds personally, and up to 150 pounds with assistance.
Maintain constant alertness to the multiple concurrent activities of the construction site, including the activities of other employees and contractors, the operation of stationary equipment, and the movement of mobile equipment.
Frequently walk on uneven surfaces, including natural ground in varying weather conditions.
Capable of being certified to enter confined spaces, including climbing into and out of excavations up to 15 feet in depth, using ladders or crawling, as required.
Ability to maintain balance while working on water craft or other surfaces.
The survey instrument crew member must be able to climb on and off heavy mobile equipment safely.
Work Environment. The work environment characteristics described below are representative of those that a Survey Instrument Person encounters while performing the essential functions of this job.
Work is performed outdoors in all weather conditions.
Work environment periodically exposes the employees to high levels of noise, grease, and dust that is typically associated with a construction project.
Employee regularly works near heavy equipment and moving machinery.
Employee regularly works in close proximity to high volumes of fast moving traffic.
Work may involve a variety of substances commonly found on construction sites such as form oil, grease, curing compounds, gasoline, diesel fuel and ready mixed concrete.
We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and promote a Drug-Free Workplace. EOE AA M/F/Vet/Disability.