Land Acquisition Agent
Land Acquisition Agents implement basic negotiating strategies to facilitate the land rights acquisition process, typically right of way for municipalities, utility and governmental entities. They work in collaboration with landowners, attorneys, public officials, engineers and others in gaining land rights to support projects.
Professional Land Surveyor
Land Surveyors define legal property boundaries on large and small scales, both in urban environments and remote wilderness. Surveyor skills include: Management of survey crews and quality control for all survey deliverables, application of appropriate principles, techniques, procedures, and equipment to various types of land surveying, assist with training of junior survey staff, performance of and documentation of field work and office CAD production for survey projects, preparation of field work results in written and/or electronic format and ability to provide exceptional customer service.
Land Survey Technician
Land survey technicians aid surveyors in collecting information about terrain, property lines and boundaries that is later used in a variety of industries. Land survey technicians are professionals who work outdoors collecting land information that is used in cartography, construction or engineering. These technicians use surveying instruments, mark boundaries on property and stake constructions. They may also assist land surveyors with computer-aided drafting and math computations.