Survey Specialist and GIS Spatial Analyst for River Restoration Projects in Northern California.
Office is Located in Weaverville, California near Redding. Working primarily on the Trinity River.
Full Time Position with Great Benefit Package
Salary: Approximately $30.00 - 39.00 per hour (GS-11)
1. Collects, analyzes and manages topographic survey data and other watershed restoration monitoring data by using RTK-GPS Survey Grade Equipment, other conventional survey equipment, and corresponding computer software.
2. Manages and conducts surveys for Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAV) Drones for Aerial Surveys and Geospatial Mapping including post processing and analysis.
3. Performs advanced Geographic Information System (GIS) analysis for project planning and designs.
4. Utilizes specialized software for including LiDAR and Structure for Motion (SfM) workflow to develop high resolution topographic 3D-models for scientific and engineering analysis.
5. Responsible for supervision and oversight of the fisheries field survey technicians and construction laborers assisting with data collection activities.
6. Perform On-Site Construction Surveys for Quality Control and Quality Assurance
7. Conduct Pre-Project Surveys for Construction Layout and Baseline Data
8. Collect, Manage, and Export High Resolution Survey Data for Construction Compliance
9. Development of Quality Control Reports and Associated Maps and Figures
10. Perform On-Site Construction Layout According to Design Drawings and Specifications
11. Conduct On-Site Construction Grade Checks and Staking Using Conventional Survey Techniques
12. Perform On-Site Storm Water Pollution and Prevention Planning (SWPPP) Surveys
13. Conduct Environmental Permit Surveys and Data Collection for Construction Compliance
14. Manage On-Site Water Quality and Turbidity Sampling Data for Construction Compliance
15. Maintains complete and accurate administrative record keeping at all times in both the field and in the office.
16. Generating spatial databases and maps, and assisting with writing reports and proposals.
17. Maintain, operate and calibrate water quality and quantity monitoring equipment and assist with data management, analysis and presentation (e.g. reports, tables, graphs).
18. Work in a Multi-Disciplinary Design Team to Assist in Restoration Planning and Design
19. Participate in River Surveys For Fisheries Monitoring And Biological Baseline Data Collection
20. Participate in Rehabilitation Site Effectiveness Monitoring and Data Collection
21. Participate in Fisheries Related Habitat Surveys and Monitoring Tasks
22. Development of Monitoring Reports and Assist with Scientific Reviews of External Reports
23. Conduct Biological Data Collection Analysis to Aid in Scientific Reports and Designs
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