Job Opportunities

Doering Engineering is always on the lookout for talented individuals who can collaborate with current staff to take Doering Engineering to an even higher level of performance to service our clients with the best civil engineering and surveying our area has to offer.  Shown below are the current job opportunities available at this time.

Land Survey Manager

As the land survey manager at Doering, you will schedule, lead, and execute all aspects of the work necessary to deliver land surveys to governmental, commercial, and private clients.  You will have state-of-the-art field equipment and office software at your disposal and will work with a dedicated and diverse team of technicians and surveyors.  You are the client point of contract for land surveying and will grow and shape the future of the land surveying business at Doering.

Essential Job Functions

  • Working independently and with teams to complete all research, office, and field work necessary to successfully complete a variety of mapping and land survey projects; most typically - boundary surveys, topographic mapping, and cadastral surveys.

  • Create plats, maps, and reports according to customer or project requirements.

  • Communicate with architects, engineers, and construction personnel as needed throughout the project life cycle to verify survey data and enhance the service we provide to the clients.

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Qualifications

Minimum Experience & Licensure

  • Licensure as a Professional Land Surveyor in Missouri or neighboring state

  • 10 years' experience as a PLS

  • Experience performing field and office work in support of boundary and topographic surveys as well as construction staking

Required Knowledge, Skills, Competencies, and Abilities

  • Competent in operation of optical and GNSS survey equipment

  • Advanced proficiency in AutoCAD Civil 3D or Carlson Survey

  • Excellent problem-solving skills

  • Able to work independently

  • A full understanding of the PLSS and statutory rules governing the practice of land surveying.

  • Self-motivated with good time management skills

  • Comfort in working with clients and staff in other disciplines

  • Able to comprehend construction plans

  • Able to legally operate a motor vehicle in all states

  • Able to pass drug and alcohol screening

Work Environment

  • Occasional travel within the St. Louis Metropolitan area

  • Occasional work outdoors, in most weather conditions

Physical Abilities

  • Able to occasionally walk or stand for eight hours per day

  • Able to occasionally carry 10 to 30 pounds of surveying equipment

Benefits

  • PTO commensurate with your experience, three weeks to five weeks

  • Fully paid health insurance

  • Fully paid long-term and short-term disability insurance

  • 401K match

  • Paid overtime

  • Schedule flexibility

  • Profit sharing

Entry Level Land Survey Field Technician

As a Land Surveying Field Technician, you will be part of a survey field crew performing a variety of topographic and boundary surveys, as well as surveying on construction sites.  You will perform land survey work using routine surveying practices and state-of-the-art equipment.  You will work on land survey projects, operating instrumentation, taking notes, making minor sketches, and cleaning equipment as needed.  You will perform incidental clerical tasks and aid in the upkeep of survey vehicles and tools.  Excellent performance in this position will form the foundation for further professional development along the path to licensure as a Professional Land Surveyor.

Essential Job Functions

  • Assisting our surveying team in the preparation of topographic, property boundary, and engineering design surveys and construction staking.

  • Serves as an integral member of our field crew engaged data collection and monumentation efforts that support boundary, topographic, cadastral, and other types of surveying and mapping.

Qualifications

Minimum Requirements

  • High school diploma or equivalent

Preferred Education and Experience

  • Associate or bachelor's degree in surveying, geomatics, geodesy, or other related field

  • One year of field survey experience

Required Knowledge, Skills, Competencies, and Abilities 

  • Able to legally operate a motor vehicle in all states

  • Able to pass drug and alcohol screening

Work Environment

  • Travel within the St. Louis Metropolitan area most days

  • Work outdoors, in most weather conditions

Physical Abilities

  • Able to walk or stand for eight hours per day, some days up to 12 hours.

  • Able to carry 10 to 30 pounds of surveying equipment.

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Benefits

  • Three weeks PTO

  • Fully paid health insurance

  • Fully paid long-term and short-term disability insurance

  • 401K match

  • Paid overtime

  • Profit sharing

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