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Survey Jobs in North Carolina

Survey jobs in North Carolina offer an exciting blend of professional challenges and natural beauty, making it a unique place for career development. In this dynamic field, you'll find yourself immersed in diverse environments—from the serene Appalachian Mountains to the vibrant Atlantic coastlines—enhancing your work life with unparalleled views and experiences. The state's thriving job market and supportive communities provide a solid foundation for both personal and professional growth. By choosing survey jobs in North Carolina, you're not just stepping into a role; you're embracing a lifestyle where every day brings new adventures and opportunities for achievement.

Why a Job as a Survey in North Carolina is a great idea.

Landing a job as a surveyor in North Carolina is an exceptional opportunity, thanks to the state's diverse and stunning geography. From the majestic Appalachian Mountains to the soothing Atlantic coastlines, our work environments are unparalleled, making every day on the job an adventure in itself. Our thriving communities and robust job market not only provide a stable career path but also foster a sense of belonging and growth. Choosing North Carolina for your surveying career means embracing a lifestyle where professional fulfillment meets natural wonder, ensuring that each day is as rewarding as it is breathtaking.

Why Work for IES communications in North Carolina?

Choosing to work for IES Communications in North Carolina means joining a team that values growth, innovation, and community. Our foundation is built on decades of expertise and dedication to providing top-tier services in the telecommunications industry. At IES, we're not just about meeting expectations; we're focused on exceeding them through next-generation solutions and a commitment to excellence in everything from data center design to security systems installation. We recognize our employees as our greatest asset—offering a nurturing environment that fosters collaboration, learning, and personal development. By prioritizing the well-being and growth of our team, we ensure that every member can build a fulfilling career while contributing meaningfully to our communities and leading the charge toward a future where technology and connectivity are seamlessly integrated into all aspects of life. Working with us in North Carolina, you'll be at the forefront of this exciting journey, leveraging cutting-edge technology and benefiting from industry-leading training to shape not only your future but also the future of telecommunications.

Company Benefits

Competitive Wages

Medical, Dental, & Vision Coverage

401(k) Plan

Short Term Disability

Compensated Industry Certifications

Optional long-term disability

Paid Time Off (PTO)

Illness, accident, legal, pet coverage.

Company paid life insurnace

Paid training & defined career path

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What will you do as a Survey at one of IES Communications' North Carolina Branches?

At IES in North Carolina, our Site Survey Technicians play a crucial role in the success of our projects by working closely with project managers to follow migration schedules and ensure comprehensive end-user data collection. They are responsible for conducting thorough onsite assessments, leading initial meetings to explain data collection processes, updating our web-based tools with critical information such as wiring types and network configurations, and serving as the primary liaison for onsite project management to guarantee timely and accurate completion of all site surveys and necessary documentation adjustments.

Experience

40 Years

Employees

9000+

Revenue

$2B+

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FAQs

What is the average salary of a Survey in North Carolina?

The average salary for a Surveyor in North Carolina is approximately $57,000 per year.

How do I become a Survey in North Carolina?

To become a surveyor in North Carolina, you'll need to follow a few key steps. Start by obtaining a Bachelor's degree in Surveying or a related field from an accredited program. Next, pass the Fundamentals of Surveying (FS) exam to gain your initial certification. After gaining experience under a licensed surveyor, typically for four years, you're then eligible to take the Principles and Practice of Surveying (PS) exam. Successfully passing this exam and meeting any additional state-specific requirements will allow you to apply for licensure as a professional surveyor in North Carolina. Remember, continuous education is crucial to maintain your license and stay updated with the latest practices in the field.

How long does it take to become a Survey in NC?

Becoming a licensed surveyor in North Carolina typically requires a four-year bachelor’s degree in surveying or a related field, followed by passing the Fundamentals of Surveying (FS) exam. After gaining four years of progressive surveying experience under a licensed surveyor, candidates can then take the Principles and Practice of Surveying (PS) exam. Successfully passing this exam completes the process. In total, it takes approximately eight years to meet all educational and experiential requirements to become a licensed surveyor in NC.

Is being a Survey in North Carolina a good job?

Absolutely, being a surveyor in North Carolina is a good job. The state's diverse geography from the Appalachian Mountains to the Atlantic coast offers a variety of interesting projects. Plus, with a growing economy and population, there's steady demand for surveyors in construction, real estate, and public works. Competitive salaries and opportunities for advancement make it an appealing career choice.

How much does a Survey in NC make?

A Survey in NC typically makes between per hour, and per year depending on their experience and qualifications.

Is there a demand for Surveys in North Carolina?

Yes, there is a significant demand for surveys in North Carolina, driven by the state's active real estate market, construction projects, and land development activities. This need spans various types of surveys including land, property, environmental, and topographical surveys to support accurate planning, compliance, and decision-making processes.

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