Bureau of Land Management Career Survey Technician Positions

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Bureau of Land Management Career Survey Technician Positions

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Bureau of Land Management Survey Technician

Positions in Oregon and Washington

Apply in USAJobs.gov

Announcement opens 9/26/2022 until 9/25/2023

This is an OPEN and CONTINUOUS announcement
The first cut of date for applications will be October 17, 2022

2022 Salary Ranges for: Prineville OR, Springfield OR, Medford OR, North Bend OR, Roseburg OR, Spokane WA
GS-05: $36,118 to $46,953
GS-06: $40,262 to $52,341
GS-07: $44,740 to $58,158

2022 Salary Ranges for: Portland OR and Salem OR:
GS-05: $38,649 to $50,242
GS-06: $43,083 to $56,008
GS-07: $47,875 to $62,232

See the GS Pay Scale for more info at: https://www.opm.gov/policy-data-oversig ... -schedule/

Come work with the Bureau of Land Management as a Survey Technician helping to support the Public Land Survey System in the Pacific Northwest! These are full time field going positions with locations in Oregon and Washington. In these positions you will support the Bureau's mission of multiple-use to sustain the health, diversity, and productivity of the public lands for the use and enjoyment of present and future generations, as well as supporting numerous other Federal agencies, needs including the National Park Service, Bureau of Reclamations, Forest Service, Indian Tribes and others. These positions will be subject to travel requirements dependent upon project priorities and funding.

Duties: This position serves as a career seasonal survey technician in a Bureau of Land Management Office and the primary duties include:
• clearing line and/or establishing clear line of sight for survey operations
• loading and organizing of survey equipment and supplies
• assisting horizontal and vertical surveys using survey equipment;
• operating sighting instruments and electronic distance measuring equipment for conducting surveys
• recovering survey evidence from previous surveys.
• assisting in preparation of field notes and draft plats for Cadastral surveys

For more information on the duties of the positions contact Markell Hamm at mhamm@blm.gov or 541-416-6889 or Robert Femling at rfemling@blm.gov or 503-808-6633.

• Paid federal holidays.
• Health/life insurance.
• Retirement plan.

More information about the job, qualifications, and benefits is located on the announcement.

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