Date posted: February 22, 2019
Location: Delta BC
JJM Construction is involved in all aspects of construction such as heavy civil, structural, marine construction and environmental and navigational dredging. JJM is committed to providing every project with a highly skilled work force, a highly respected management team, highly developed quality control and safety programs and a commitment to growth, stability, quality and performance to get the job done right.
A Hydrographic Surveyor maps the sea bed to precisely determine the position of all the surface features. Specialized equipment is utilized to record original sea bed before construction (i.e. before removal or placement of any material) and at any stage during construction. Surveys can also determine sea floor material (i.e. sand, mud, rock), which is important for anchoring, dredging, structure construction, pipeline and cable routing, and fisheries habitat.
JJM Construction Ltd. is committed to providing a safe and healthy workplace with safety as a primary consideration in all we do.
- Graduate of a recognized post-secondary program related to surveying and geomatics (industry related).
- Minimum of five (5) years’ hydrographic surveyor experience.
- Knowledge and experience with the collection of any/all single and multi-beam, side-scan sonar, sub-bottom profilers, magnetometer and familiarity with hydrographic data processing and analysis software, such as Hydropro, Hypack, HYSweep, SonarMap, Autocad and other related 3D software programs.
- Network/ IT troubleshooting required.
- Proficiency in Windows, Office and technical software applications required.
- Pleasure Craft Operator Card and CSTS-09 certificate(s), required.
- Valid driver’s license and clean driver’s abstract (per company insurance requirements).
The primary goal of this position is to achieve excellence in all facets of the essential functions, while providing the highest quality construction services and products safely, effectively and efficiently to ensure JJM Construction’s principle of “Building to Last” endures for future generations.
Health and Safety
- Strictly adhere to the JJM Construction OHS Manual.
- Follow JJM Construction safe work practices and safe job procedures.
- Follow the BC Occupational Health and Safety and Transport Canada Regulations.
- Ensure a safe work environment for our people, clients, subcontractors, and the public.
Operational Performance and Best Practices
- Observe user level maintenance of positioning and geophysical equipment and sensors.
- Configure and operate various hydrographic and navigation instrumentation including, but not limited to: winches, coring equipment, side scan sonar, single beam echo sounders, multi-beam sonar, temperature/salinity sensors, magnetometers, sub-bottom profilers, GPS, DGPS, USBL, RTK and other systems as required.
- Perform, under supervision, equipment calibration, data collection, and data quality.
- Preparation and quality control of field data acquisition.
- Responsible for log entries and maintenance of work logs or records sufficient for quality assurance.
- Ability to configure and operate land survey equipment (Total Stations, Level, RTK and Static GPS), including troubleshooting techniques.
- Basic maintenance and repair of systems in the field as well as in the office tech shop.
- Work independently and efficiently to carry out assignments from start to finish, meeting client commitments in a timely and accurate manner and within budget constraints.
- Use computer operating systems and specialized software efficiently.
- Review all safe work practices and procedures associated with the job prior to ask execution.
- Carry out work in a manner that will not jeopardize own/others safety.
- Lead by example.
- Wear, and participate in the ongoing training of, the required PPE for the position/task at hand.
- Perform housekeeping tasks and other duties as assigned by the supervisor.