Conduct hydrographic and Geophysical surveys in a team environment, verifying the accuracy of collected data, preparing data, and client deliverables.
This is a temporary hourly position.
Responsibilities include but not limited to the following:
Complete all company required HSE/Q training; actively participate in regular safety meetings
Assist in establishing project goals and objectives
Calibrate, operate, troubleshoot and maintain surveying equipment including single beam and multi-beam echo sounders, sidescan sonars, sub bottom profilers, marine magnetometers, dual frequency GPS receivers and data collectors, USBL
Surface and subsea positioning and navigation
Coordinate with the team to review project plans from start to finish, identify and resolve problems, and accept responsibility for assigned tasks.
Follow all quality control standards, review and evaluate work tasks, methods and procedures, and suggest improvements as necessary
Collect hydrographic and geophysical data offshore
Analyze and process data
Follow QC/QA methods during collection and processing of field data
Assist with mobilizing and demobilizing survey vessels in the field
Assist with vessel operations and vessel crew duties as needed
AS/BS in Geomatics, Cartography, Geography, Natural Sciences, Engineering, or other relevant discipline
3+ years of hydrographic survey experience utilizing current technologies
Experience in cartography/AutoCAD preferred
Multibeam experience preferred
Bilingual (Spanish-English) is a plus
Skills and Special Requirements/ Licensing:
Demonstrated commitment to safety principles and protocols
Knowledge of all aspects of hydrographic surveying including DGPS, RTK, tides and tide zoning, cartography, sound velocity, multibeam echo sounder, single beam echo sounder operation, Sidescan collection and interpretation, and determination and application of vessel configuration offsets. Record survey measurements and descriptive data using notes, drawings, sketches, and inked tracings.
Perform calculations to determine earth curvature corrections, atmospheric impacts or measurements, traverse closures, adjustments, and tides
Ability to identify deviation, anomaly, and data quality issues
Familiarity with Hypack, QINSy, Caris, and SonarWiz is preferred
Merchant Marine Physical
Valid driver’s license, must be legally eligible and insurable to drive
Ability to procure a passport
Work duties are performed in office and field environments. Hydrographic survey work requires working at sea for extended periods of time and may require living and working in close, cramped quarters. This position requires occasional heavy lifting of survey equipment. Adjusted work schedule, long days, and evening/weekend hours may be required to meet project deadlines.
TerraSond is a leader in geospatial solutions. We provide professional geospatial and geophysical services safely effectively and economically. With U.S. offices located in Alaska, Texas, and Washington, and international experience on a variety of projects in many countries on several continents, we survey worldwide.
We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and employment selection decisions are based on merit, qualifications, and abilities. We do not discriminate in employment opportunities or practices on the basis of: race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, veteran status or any other characteristic protected by country, regional or local law.
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