Coordinates and completes all aspects of assigned field and office duties. Directs and collaborates with other
technicians to ensure that field projects are completed within budget and timeline constraints. Aides in the
education and training of junior technicians to help ensure continuity of field standards and procedures.
Develops and advises supervisor on suggestions for changes to procedures that could help to improve efficiency
and client satisfaction.
1. Must possess LSIT status.
MAJOR TASKS, DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
1) Field Duties
a) Completes assigned tasks while complying with established field procedures; ensures that the field data is
in the proper format; takes sufficient notes in the field book to document procedures, changes in original
scope by clients on site, weather and conditions in the field, etc.; takes photos or makes sketches of
monuments, structures, topography, trees, etc., to assist office personnel and drafting technicians visualize
b) Thoroughly understands the scope of the project.
c) Reports to and communicates daily with the Survey Department Manager.
d) Keeps clear and accurate field notes by recording all significant data, personnel, date, weather, job name
and number, instrument used, client/neighbor/consultant contact and requests, instrument and backsight
e) Records time entry daily or by following day at 9AM.
f) Communicates with the Survey Department Manager when changing location or to report any problems or
g) Performs sufficient checks in the field to assure previously set control monuments are undisturbed within
h) Download data collected electronically to the proper job and file. Assist in reducing data to usable format.
Complete log file for project.
i) Uses proper safety equipment and follows proper field safety procedures. The Survey Technician is
responsible for the safety of the crew, vehicles, and equipment, and the public's interest.
j) Attempts to resolve their own project-related needs such as proper equipment and its maintenance, special
equipment requirements or personnel needs and consults with the Survey Department Manager when there
are scheduling, personnel or equipment problems that they cannot resolve.
k) Portrays a professional appearance by wearing the appropriate clothing for the work environment and
assures crew members do also.
l) Ensures proper vehicle maintenance. If assigned a vehicle, performs preventative maintenance (checking
fluid levels, tire pressure, etc.) on a consistent basis, and maintains the interior of the vehicle in a neat and
orderly fashion. Any maintenance problems requiring service should be immediately brought to the
attention of the Survey Department Manager.
m) Trains and mentors junior Survey Technicians.
n) Reviews and field truths, if necessary, site plans, topographic surveys and plats prior to delivery.
o) Performs all other assigned duties.
2) Office Duties
Y2 CONSULTANTS, LLC Y2CONSULTANTS.COM
307.733.2999 | PO BOX 2870 |JACKSON, WY 83001 [email protected]
a) Executes job setup and shutdown. Expected to take job from signed contract to delivery if all job tasks are
b) Reduces field data using Trimble Business Center.
c) Performs quality checks of construction stakings using Trimble Business Center.
d) Drafts Existing Condition Surveys.
e) Completes FEMA applications for review by Survey Department Manager.
This position is a full-time, benefited position. Benefits include vision, dental, and medical insurance; a 401(k) plan;
paid time off; short- and long-term disability insurance.
TO APPLY: Email a letter of interest/cover letter, a resume, and three or more references to [email protected]
with “LSIT” as the subject line.ABOUT Y2 CONSULTANTS
Located in Jackson, Wyoming, Y2 Consultants, LLC (Y2) was founded in 2010 by Managers Brenda Younkin and Zia
Yasrobi. On May 1, 2017 Y2 purchased the assets of Pierson Land Works and hired its employees. Y2 provides civil,
structural and environmental engineering services; natural resource services; surveying; geotechnical services; land use
planning; landscape architecture; and GIS services throughout the Intermountain West. Engineering licensure is
currently held in Wyoming, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Utah, Arizona, Colorado, Oregon, Washington, New York and
Florida. Zia Yasrobi holds a Class A General Contractor license in the Town of Jackson.