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Survey Jobs in Oregon

Survey Jobs in Oregon offer a unique blend of engagement with the state's diverse landscapes and an opportunity to contribute significantly to local communities through telecommunications projects. In this role, you'll find yourself working closely with nature and technology, ensuring every project benefits from meticulous planning and execution. Our team members are crucial in collecting detailed data and overseeing survey quality, making each contribution vital to our collective success and advancement in the industry.

Why a Job as a Survey in Oregon is a great idea.

Working as a surveyor in Oregon presents an exceptional opportunity to immerse oneself in the state's stunning natural beauty, from its majestic coastlines to verdant forests. This role not only allows for a deep connection with nature but also places you at the heart of Oregon's diverse and innovative communities. The variety of landscapes ensures each project brings new challenges and learning experiences, keeping the work engaging and rewarding. Moreover, being part of such vibrant settings fosters a strong sense of belonging and contributes positively to personal and professional growth.

Why Work for IES communications in Oregon?

Choosing to work for IES Communications in Oregon means becoming part of a team that values the blend of tradition and innovation. Our commitment to providing top-tier services in telecommunications is matched by our dedication to employee growth and development, ensuring you have the opportunities to advance both personally and professionally. In an environment that fosters collaboration and learning, your contributions will not only be valued but essential to leading our industry into the future. By joining us, you're stepping into a role where your work directly impacts our communities and helps shape the landscape of telecommunications, all while being supported by a company that truly cares about your journey.

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' Oregon Branches?

In Oregon, our dedicated Site Survey Technicians play a crucial role in the success of our projects. They collaborate closely with project managers to meticulously follow migration schedules, ensuring that every aspect of end-user data collection is conducted accurately. Leading initial meetings at various locations, they explain the intricate process of data collection and requirements, conduct thorough onsite assessments, and gather essential details ranging from wiring information to network device configurations. Their expertise extends to updating our web-based survey tool, reviewing circuit details, and making sure all site surveys are comprehensive and up-to-date for our project managers. Beyond just collecting data, they're responsible for overseeing the quality of surveys conducted by others, filling any information gaps, and participating actively in all project phases including pre-migration work. Our team in Oregon embodies commitment and precision, ensuring seamless progress across all our projects.


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What is the average salary of a Survey in Oregon?

The average salary for a Surveyor in Oregon is approximately $62,000 per year.

How do I become a Survey in Oregon?

To become a surveyor in Oregon, you first need to complete a bachelor’s degree in surveying, geomatics, or a related field from an accredited institution. After your education, gaining practical experience through internships or entry-level positions is crucial. Next, you must pass the Fundamentals of Surveying (FS) exam, followed by the Principles and Practice of Surveying (PS) exam administered by the National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying (NCEES). Finally, apply for licensure with the Oregon State Board of Examiners for Engineering and Land Surveying to officially start your career as a licensed surveyor in Oregon.

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

Becoming a licensed surveyor in Oregon 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 experience under a licensed surveyor, candidates must then pass the Principles and Practice of Surveying (PS) exam. The total process can take around 8 years, including education and practical experience.

Is being a Survey in Oregon a good job?

Being a surveyor in Oregon is indeed considered a good job. The state's diverse geography, from coastal areas to mountain ranges and urban development projects, offers a wide range of opportunities for professionals in this field. Surveyors here enjoy a mix of outdoor work, technological engagement, and problem-solving tasks, making it an appealing career choice for those interested in both nature and technology. Additionally, the demand for skilled surveyors in Oregon is consistently strong due to ongoing construction and land management projects, ensuring stable employment prospects. Competitive salaries and the potential for career advancement further contribute to its attractiveness as a profession.

How much does a Survey in OR make?

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

Is there a demand for Surveys in Oregon?

Absolutely, there is a significant demand for surveys in Oregon. This need spans various sectors including real estate, construction, environmental studies, and public planning projects. With the state's dynamic landscape and ongoing development projects, professional surveying services are essential for accurate land assessment, boundary determinations, and compliance with local regulations.

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