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Surveyor

What does a construction surveyor do?

Surveyors make precise measurements to determine property boundaries. They provide data relevant to the shape and contour of the Earth’s surface for construction projects.

What do I need to get a construction surveyor job?

CCBC – This degree program prepares students for positions with surveying firms, government, and engineering/construction firms as office technicians performing data reduction, basic design, and computer-aided drafting.

DTCC – In this program, you will gain the knowledge and skills to prepare you for positions such as Civil Design Technician, Survey or Inspector, Cost Estimator, Project Manager, Technical Sales Representative, Material Testing Technician, Civil CAD Designer

What is the median salary for a construction surveyor?

  • $61,030

Where can I go from here?

Construction Careers
1. Construction Laborer
2. Security Guard
3. Basic Trades
4. Construction Welder
5. Freight, Stock, and Materials Mover (Forklift Operator)
6. Solar Photovoltaic Installer
7. Paving/Surfacing Equipment Operator
8. Excavation/Loading Equipment Operator
9. HVACR Technician
10. Electrician (Apprentice)
11. First-Line Supervisor
12. Building Maintenance
13. HVACR Technician (Apprentice)
14. Industrial Machinery Mechanic
15. Cost Estimator
16. Construction Inspector
17. Building Controls Installer
18. Architectural Design Technologist
19. Engineering Technician
20. Construction Supervisor
21. Project Manager
22. Surveyor
23. CADD Designer
24. Civil CADD Designer
25. Civil Design Technician
26. Control Systems Service Technician
27. Facility Management Technician
28. Engineer
29. Civil Engineer
30. Architect
31. Construction Manager
32. Maintenance Manager
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