WGI

WGI is an award-winning national consulting firm providing land planning, civil engineering, landscape architecture, transportation, geospatial services, and parking solutions, with our corporate headquarters in West Palm Beach, FL. The firm has offices throughout the U.S. and provides a comprehensive range of infrastructure services to a diverse client base in over 30 states.

Apr 18, 2019
WGI is an award-winning national consulting firm providing land planning, civil engineering, landscape architecture, transportation, geospatial services, and parking solutions. The firm has offices throughout the U.S. and provides a comprehensive range of infrastructure services to a diverse client base in over 30 states. We are actively seeking  Survey/CAD Technicians  with 1 to 5 years of in-office experience for immediate employment in our  Melbourne  and  Fort Pierce locations .  The candidate will work in a fast-paced surveying environment supporting a large linear infrastructure project being constructed along the east coast of Florida. Over the last two decades, WGI has established a reputation with long term clients based on providing quality work on time and through developing economical geospatial solutions utilizing some of the most advanced technologies in the market. Candidate must have experience with the following: MicroStation and/or AutoCAD Civil 3D Construction survey calculations Experience downloading survey data from field crews Processing data a plus, but not mandatory Organization skills for managing multiple field crew assignments Interest in expanding skill set and motivated for career growth Good communication skills The ability to manage instruction and follow directions WGI is a dynamic work environment with focused attention to delivering quality work, responsively and professionally. We utilized proven technology for creating efficiencies of business and to deliver projects combining multiple means for data collection to create a cost-effective geospatial solution for our clients. A willingness to work cohesively as a team and be respectable to everyone is mandatory. Very strong organization skills, open communication and diplomacy will be key for success in this position. If you have what it takes to join our growing organization and want to be part of a dedicated team please forward resume which must include salary history and a cover letter outlining how your background and experience relate to the position.  In return, WGI provides a competitive salary, excellent benefits and an outstanding work environment. WGI is an Equal Opportunity Employer. For more information, or to apply now, you must go to the website below. Please DO NOT email your resume to us as we only accept applications through our website. https://wantmangroup.hirecentric.com/jobs/158739-37207.html
WGI Fort Pierce, FL, USA Full-Time
Apr 18, 2019
WGI is an award-winning national consulting firm providing land planning, civil engineering, landscape architecture, transportation, geospatial services, and parking solutions. The firm has offices throughout the U.S. and provides a comprehensive range of infrastructure services to a diverse client base in over 30 states. We are actively seeking   Survey/CAD Technicians   with 1 to 5 years of in-office experience for immediate employment in our   Melbourne   and   Fort Pierce locations .  The candidate will work in a fast-paced surveying environment supporting a large linear infrastructure project being constructed along the east coast of Florida. Over the last two decades, WGI has established a reputation with long term clients based on providing quality work on time and through developing economical geospatial solutions utilizing some of the most advanced technologies in the market. Candidate must have experience with the following: MicroStation and/or AutoCAD Civil 3D Construction survey calculations Experience downloading survey data from field crews Processing data a plus, but not mandatory Organization skills for managing multiple field crew assignments Interest in expanding skill set and motivated for career growth Good communication skills The ability to manage instruction and follow directions WGI is a dynamic work environment with focused attention to delivering quality work, responsively and professionally. We utilized proven technology for creating efficiencies of business and to deliver projects combining multiple means for data collection to create a cost-effective geospatial solution for our clients. A willingness to work cohesively as a team and be respectable to everyone is mandatory. Very strong organization skills, open communication and diplomacy will be key for success in this position. If you have what it takes to join our growing organization and want to be part of a dedicated team please forward resume which must include salary history and a cover letter outlining how your background and experience relate to the position.  In return, WGI provides a competitive salary, excellent benefits and an outstanding work environment. WGI is an Equal Opportunity Employer. For more information, or to apply now, you must go to the website below. Please DO NOT email your resume to us as we only accept applications through our website. https://wantmangroup.hirecentric.com/jobs/158735-37207.html 
WGI Melbourne, FL, USA Full-Time
Apr 18, 2019
WGI is an award-winning national consulting firm providing land planning, civil engineering, landscape architecture, transportation, geospatial services, and parking solutions, with our corporate headquarters in West Palm Beach, FL. The firm has offices throughout the U.S. and provides a comprehensive range of infrastructure services to a diverse client base in over 30 states. We are seeking a   SUE Crew Chief   position to join our growing   Geospatial Division SUE Department   in our   Orlando Office. The work will require the ability to travel in Central Florida for project assignments starting with Melbourne and Fort Pierce area and over to Tampa as needed. This is an excellent opportunity to join a company with outstanding benefits and future career growth. This position requires the candidate to work in a variety of outside conditions and be physically able to operate and maneuver truck equipment and the various tools utilized for underground utility exploration, designation, and survey location all with a safety value attitude and culture work environment.   Candidate must be able to follow company procedures and policy when performing both SUE and survey duties.  Day to day operations may require that most of the day be spent performing SUE activates while performing as needed survey activates collecting the SUE field data. The ability to multi task is an important aspect of this position in order to maintain workflow.  Position will require travel at times, primarily within the office Geographic Region Location, primarily within the state of Florida.. SUE Responsibilities: Supervisory: Acts as a crew leader working with multiple field crews and supervise SUE staff as needed to complete projects safe, on schedule and within directed scope of work as directed by Project managers or Project Engineers/Surveyors. Directs SUE tasks in the field Leads tailgate safety meetings and develops site specific JHAs Develops and implements Maintenance of Traffic signage at each site Communicates with clients and utility representatives Coordinates with SUE, Survey and CADD staff for SUE related tasks Performs QA/QC on designated utilities and test holes Trains lower level SUE Investigators on proper designating and test hole techniques Field: Secure equipment and guard against loss and theft Reads and interprets roadway plans, as-builts and utility company markups records Leads field investigations Designates all utilities, including complex telecommunications, cable tv, gas, electric, water, traffic control, and any other utilities encountered in the field Capably uses multi-frequency pipe and cable locators and single frequency induction devices (Metrotech 810, RD5000, Pipehorn) Operates the GPR proficiently Troubleshoots issues with designating equipment/able to make basic repairs (fixing leads) Adhere to safety standards, including proper operation of both electronic and mechanical equipment Maintain truck and electronic equipment on a daily basis, including but not limited to fluid levels, filters and pneumatic/hand tools Skilled at using air lance to expose utilities in varying soil conditions and depths Uses and maintains concrete saw properly Jackhammer usage on varying pavement types Understands proper tamping procedures and can correctly patch asphalt and concrete Drives the designating vehicle and vacuum excavation truck Understands the vac truck operation and can troubleshoot and perform minor repairs Maintains equipment and Keep crew's assigned vehicle clean Fills out the field book legibly Completes field sketches Records information for test holes Records pole data Survey experience a plus Maintain and operate a total station and/or GPS Unit, including the data collector associated with this survey equipment Follow WGI survey procedures for checking into established survey control when field locating SUE evidence in the field including Utilize the standard feature coding descriptions when collecting point and line features associated with SUE designations and test holes Office: Ability to read Completes QL-D linework Submits One Call tickets Assists with proposal preparation and take-offs Assists Project Manager as needed Download and email data files, photographs, and field notes to the home office for processing each day Effectively communicate with the other parties involved on a project to ensure all SUE markings have been adequately surveyed and accounted for in order to minimize go-backs.  Requirements: 4-5+ years of experience with SUE, utility designating and test holes Full understanding of ASCE's Quality levels Supervisory experience Capable of working independently High School Diploma or GED required Valid Driver's license and clean MVR Must be able to pass DOT physical with the ability to obtain a DOT Medical Card within 60 days Ability to pass drug screen Ability to lift 50 pounds Physically able to operate heavy tools such as jack hammers and pogo tampers Must enjoy working outdoors in all types of weather conditions Able to walk for long periods of time over all types of terrain Must be able to travel for up to 2 weeks at a time Technically and mechanically inclined Computer savvy and able to operate advanced software Understands physics and advanced utility designating theory Higher than average problem-solving abilities Good visual-spatial abilities Basic math skills Good writing and reading comprehension skills Required Training (in addition to standard employee training): PowerSafe E-Rail Safe Other region-specific credentials Required Certifications: OSHA 10 hour OSHA 40 hour DOT Driver's Qualification Coalition for Construction Safety certification First Aid/CPR Certification   If you have what it takes to join our growing organization and want to be part of a dedicated team, please forward resume, which must include salary history and a cover letter outlining how your background and experience relate to the position.  In return, WGI provides a competitive salary, excellent benefits and an outstanding work environment. WGI is an Equal Opportunity Employer. For more information, or to apply now, you must go to the website below. Please DO NOT email your resume to us as we only accept applications through our website. https://wantmangroup.hirecentric.com/jobs/158728-37207.html 
WGI Orlando, FL, USA Full-Time
Apr 18, 2019
WGI is an award-winning national consulting firm providing land planning, civil engineering, landscape architecture, transportation, geospatial services, and parking solutions, with our corporate headquarters in West Palm Beach, FL. The firm has offices throughout the U.S. and provides a comprehensive range of infrastructure services to a diverse client base in over 30 states. We are seeking a   SUE Locate Technician 2   position to join our growing   Geospatial Division SUE Department   in our   Orlando Office. The work will require the ability to travel in Central Florida for project assignments starting with Melbourne and Fort Pierce area and over to Tampa as needed. This is an excellent opportunity to join a company with outstanding benefits and future career growth. This position requires the candidate to work in a variety of outside conditions and be physically able to operate and maneuver truck equipment and the various tools utilized for underground utility exploration, designation, and survey location.   Candidate must be able to follow company procedures and policy when performing both SUE and survey duties.  Day to day operations may require that part of the day be spent performing SUE activities while the remainder of the day be spent performing survey activities. The ability to multi task is an important aspect of this position in order to maintain workflow.  Position will require travel at times, primarily within the state of Florida. Responsibilities: Designates all utilities including telecommunications, cable tv, gas, electric, water, traffic control, etc. Safety and adhering to safety culture Reads and interprets roadway plans, as-builts and utility company markups records Capably uses multi-frequency pipe and cable locators and single frequency induction devices (Metrotech 810, RD5000, Pipehorn) Understands basics of GPR usage and can properly implement it in the field Proficient at using air lance to expose utilities Correctly uses and maintains the concrete saw Jackhammer usage on varying pavement types Understands proper tamping procedures and can correctly patch asphalt and concrete Drives the designating vehicle and vacuum excavation truck Maintains equipment and vehicles including securing equipment and guard against loss and theft Fills out the field book legibly Completes field sketches Records information for test holes Records pole data Assists in office as needed including assisting with submits One Call tickets Requirements: 2+ years' experience with SUE, utility designating and/or test holes High School Diploma or GED required Valid Driver's license and clean MVR Must be able to pass DOT physical with the ability to obtain a DOT Medical Card within 60 days Ability to pass drug screen Ability to lift 50 pounds Physically able to operate pneumatic tools such as jack hammers and pogo tampers Must enjoy working outdoors in all types of weather conditions Must be able to travel for up to 2 weeks at a time Able to walk for long periods of time over all types of terrain Technically and mechanically inclined Understands basic physics and utility designating theory Higher than average problem-solving abilities Good visual-spatial abilities Basic math skills Good writing and reading comprehension skills Good verbal communication skills ability to download and email data files, photographs, and field notes to the home office for processing each day Effectively communicate with the other parties involved on a project to ensure all SUE markings have been adequately surveyed and accounted for in order to minimize go-backs. Effective time management skills Survey experience a plus   Required Training (in addition to standard employee training): Understanding   ASCE SUE Quality levels Designating basics – Principles of electromagnetic fields, use of pipe and cable locators, difference between conductive and inductive methods, best applications for different frequencies Understanding GPR – How GPR works and how soil types and pipe size and material affects results Understanding utility infrastructure – gas, water, electric, telecom, CTV, traffic control, sewer (sanitary and storm) Vac truck operation and safety Maintenance of vac truck PowerSafe E-Rail Safe Other region-specific credentials Required Certifications: OSHA 10 hour DOT Driver's Qualification Coalition for Construction Safety certification CPR Certification If you have what it takes to join our growing organization and want to be part of a dedicated team please forward resume which must include salary history and a cover letter outlining how your background and experience relate to the position.  In return, WGI provides a competitive salary, excellent benefits and an outstanding work environment. WGI is an Equal Opportunity Employer. For more information, or to apply now, you must go to the website below. Please DO NOT email your resume to us as we only accept applications through our website. https://wantmangroup.hirecentric.com/jobs/158726-37207.html 
WGI Orlando, FL, USA Full-Time
Apr 18, 2019
WGI is an award-winning national consulting firm providing land planning, civil engineering, landscape architecture, transportation, geospatial services, and parking solutions, with our corporate headquarters in West Palm Beach, FL. The firm has offices throughout the U.S. and provides a comprehensive range of infrastructure services to a diverse client base in over 30 states. We are seeking an   SUE Technician   position to join our growing   Geospatial Division SUE Department   in our   Orlando   Office. The work will require the ability to travel in Central Florida for project assignments starting with Melbourne and Fort Pierce area and over to Tampa as needed. This is an excellent opportunity to join a company with outstanding benefits and future career growth This position requires the candidate to work in a variety of outside conditions and be physically able to operate and maneuver truck equipment and the various tools utilized for underground utility exploration, designation, and survey location all with a safety value attitude and culture work environment.   Candidate must be able to follow company procedures and policy when performing both SUE and survey duties.  Day to day operations may require that most of the day be spent performing SUE activates while performing as needed survey activates collecting the SUE field data. The ability to multi task is an important aspect of this position in order to maintain workflow.  Position will require travel at times, primarily within the office Geographic Region Location, primarily within the state of Florida. Responsibilities: Works alongside an experienced SUE Tech in the field performing both designating and test hole tasks Safety and adhering to safety culture Awareness of the outdoor environment Interest in advanced technologies Assists with flagging and marking of utilities Begins training to designate basic utilities such as gas, conductive water, utility services, low complexity telecommunications Assists on test hole tasks of all types Drives the designating vehicle and vac truck when needed Helps maintain vehicles &  equipment along with securing equipment and guard against loss and theft Records information for test holes Dependability and Responsive Immediate room for advancement and promotion  Assists in office as needed Requirements: Entry Level position - 0 – 2 years' experience with SUE, utility designating and/or test holes High School Diploma or GED required Valid Driver's license and clean MVR Must be able to pass DOT physical with the ability to obtain a DOT Medical Card within 60 days Ability to pass drug screen Ability to lift 50 pounds Physically able to operate pneumatic tools such as jack hammers and pogo tampers Must enjoy working outdoors in all types of weather conditions Able to walk for long periods of time over all types of terrain Must be able to travel for up to 2 weeks at a time Technically and mechanically inclined Understands basic physics Higher than average problem-solving abilities Good visual-spatial abilities Basic math skills Good writing and reading comprehension skills Required Training (in addition to standard employee training): Understanding SUE, Understanding ASCE SUE Quality levels Designating basics – Principles of electromagnetic fields, use of pipe and cable locators, difference between conductive and inductive methods, best applications for different frequencies Understanding GPR – How GPR works and how soil types and pipe size and material affects results Understanding utility infrastructure – gas, water, electric, telecom, CTV, traffic control, sewer (sanitary and storm) Vac truck operation and safety Maintenance of vac truck PowerSafe E-Rail Safe Other region-specific credentials Required Certifications: OSHA 10 hour DOT Driver's Qualification Coalition for Construction Safety certification CPR Certification If you have what it takes to join our growing organization and want to be part of a dedicated team please forward resume which must include salary history and a cover letter outlining how your background and experience relate to the position.  In return, WGI provides a competitive salary, excellent benefits and an outstanding work environment. WGI is an Equal Opportunity Employer. For more information, or to apply now, you must go to the website below. Please DO NOT email your resume to us as we only accept applications through our website. https://wantmangroup.hirecentric.com/jobs/158724-37207.html 
WGI Orlando, FL, USA Full-Time
Apr 18, 2019
Field Crew Chief position available for our growing Geospatial Division in our Melbourne and Fort Pierce offices. This is an excellent opportunity to join a company with outstanding benefits and future career growth.   WGI is an award-winning national consulting firm providing land planning, civil engineering, architecture, landscape architecture, transportation, geospatial services, and parking solutions, corporately headquartered in West Palm Beach, FL. The firm has offices throughout the U.S. and provides a comprehensive range of infrastructure services to a diverse client base in over 30 states. Responsibilities Must have the ability to work as a team Dependability and Responsive Daily supervision and coordination of a field survey crew engaged in making plane and/or geodetic surveys for construction, topographic, right-of-way, and control survey projects Participates in pre-survey planning meetings with project managers Trains survey crew in survey and mapping methods, use of equipment and field safety procedures. Sets up, adjusts, and operates surveying equipment, including electronic total station, data collector, and GPS equipment, in order to measure distances, elevations, and angles Prepares field notes and drawings; and performs field surveying for roadway, bridges, and flood control projects, including installing surveying construction stakes, tying out existing intersection ties, and locating or establishing vertical and horizontal control, right of way, monuments, corners, boundaries, and property lines.  Read and interpret engineering plans. Respect the rights of property owners  Job Requirements Must practice WGI Safety policies and procedures at all times Strong organizational skills and ability to maintain clear and accurate field notes is required. Strong technical understanding of survey field equipment and data collection processes is required. Computer skills, including Microsoft Office, a must. Ability to manage survey field operations on a large civil construction project High school diploma and 5 years of Field Crew Chief experience required.     Valid Florida driver's license required. Physical Demands The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  Work requires using a machete, shovel and sledgehammer or other appropriate tools.  Lifting and carrying equipment weighing up to 50 lbs over rough terrain may be required.   Hand-eye coordination is necessary to operate various pieces of field equipment.   While performing the duties of this job, the employee is often required to sit, stand, walk, use hands/fingers to handle, feel or operate objects, tools, or controls, and reach with hands and arms, speak, and hear.  The employee is occasionally required to climb or balance, stoop, kneel, crouch, crawl, and smell.  Able to get in and out of vehicle multiple times a day; drive 30 to 60 miles daily. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus. Work Environment The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential function of this job.  Work is performed outside in all types of weather conditions possibly for extended periods of time.  The terrain may be rough, steep, wet or swampy.  Vegetation may be dense, and insects, snakes or animals may be encountered. If you have what it takes to join our growing organization and want to be part of a dedicated team please forward resume which must include salary history and a cover letter outlining how your background and experience relate to the position.  In return, WGI provides a competitive salary, excellent benefits, and an outstanding work environment. WGI is an Equal Opportunity Employer. For more information, or to apply now, you must go to the website below. Please DO NOT email your resume to us as we only accept applications through our website. https://wantmangroup.hirecentric.com/jobs/158703-37207.html 
WGI Fort Pierce, FL, USA Full-Time
Apr 18, 2019
WGI is an award-winning national consulting firm providing land planning, civil engineering, architecture, landscape architecture, transportation, geospatial services, and parking solutions, with our corporate headquarters in West Palm Beach, FL. The firm has offices throughout the U.S. and provides a comprehensive range of infrastructure services to a diverse client base in over 30 states. We are seeking an Instrument Operator to be part of our Survey Team in the Jacksonville, FL office. Responsibilities: Operate and measure distance with a total station; Create perpendicular angles with optical equipment; Obtain bearings and angles using a compass; Read horizontal and vertical angles with total station; Obtain readings from standard, direct reading, cut and fill rods; Obtain sights from plumb rods, section rods, disposable targets, etc.; Assist Party Chief in accomplishing field assignments in efficient manner; Operate Data Collectors as directed by Party Chief to assemble Company standardized information; Become familiar with descriptions, coding and techniques for Data Collection. Essential Job Functions:   The essential functions include but are not limited to the following duties and responsibilities, which are listed in no particular order of importance: Accurately and efficiently clears line, establish points, tape, chain and level for field survey projects as assigned by Field Crew Chief; Hold prism pole or stadia rod at designated points to assist in determining elevations and laying out stakes for mapmaking, construction, land, and other surveys; Keep crew's assigned vehicle clean and well maintained; Report any mechanical or safety related problems to the Party Chief; Keep vehicle stocked with the necessary equipment and supplies as instructed by the Field Crew Chief; Load for transportation, clean and store field surveying equipment used by the crew; Communicate and coordinate effectively with other crewmembers to facilitate the timely and accurate completion of assigned projects; Observe all safety guidelines and procedures, particularly when working around traffic or on construction sites; Respect the property rights of the owners of property on which the field survey work is being done; React to change productively and handle other essential tasks as assigned. Job Requirements: High School Diploma or Equivalent; Knowledge of basic math (addition/subtraction, multiplication and division); Good verbal and written communication skills and the motivation to follow instructions completely and accurately while working in rough terrain and inclement weather; Possess valid Florida Driver's License. Physical Demands:   The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Work requires using a machete, shovel and sledgehammer or other appropriate tools. Lifting and carrying equipment weighing up to 50 lbs. over rough terrain may be required. Hand-eye coordination is necessary to operate various pieces of field equipment. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is often required to sit, stand, walk, use hands/fingers to handle, feel or operate objects, tools, or controls, and reach with hands and arms, speak, and hear. The employee is occasionally required to climb or balance, stoop, kneel, crouch, crawl, and smell. The employee must be able to get in and out of vehicle multiple times a day, and drive 30 to 60 miles daily. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus. Work Environment: The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential function of this job. The employee works outside in all types of weather conditions, possibly for extended periods of time. The terrain may be rough, steep, wet or swampy. Vegetation may be dense, and insects, snakes or animals may be encountered. If you have what it takes to join our growing organization and want to be part of a dedicated team please forward resume which must include salary history and a cover letter outlining how your background and experience relate to the position. In return, WGI provides a competitive salary, excellent benefits and an outstanding work environment. WGI is an Equal Opportunity Employer. For more information, or to apply now, you must go to the website below. Please DO NOT email your resume to us as we only accept applications through our website. https://wantmangroup.hirecentric.com/jobs/158702-37207.html 
WGI Fort Pierce, FL, USA Full-Time
Apr 18, 2019
Entry Level position available for our growing Geospatial Division in our Melbourne and Fort Pierce locations. This is an excellent opportunity to join a company with outstanding benefits and future career growth.   WGI is an award-winning national consulting firm providing land planning, civil engineering, landscape architecture, transportation, geospatial services, and parking solutions, with our corporate headquarters in West Palm Beach, FL. The firm has offices throughout the U.S. and provides a comprehensive range of infrastructure services to a diverse client base in over 30 states. Responsibilities: Ability to work with others Cleanliness and Organization skills helpful Awareness of the outdoor environment Interest in advanced technologies Communicate and coordinate effectively with others to facilitate the timely and accurate completion of projects Safety Dependability and Responsive Immediate room for advancement and promotion   Job Requirements: High School Diploma or Equivalent. Knowledge of basic math (addition/subtraction, multiplication and division) Good verbal and written communication skills and the motivation to follow instructions completely and accurately while working in rough terrain and inclement weather An opportunity to travel If you have what it takes to join our growing organization and want to be part of a dedicated team, please forward resume which must include salary history and a cover letter outlining how your background and experience relate to the position. In return, WGI provides a competitive salary, excellent benefits and an outstanding work environment. WGI is an Equal Opportunity Employer. For more information, or to apply now, you must go to the website below. Please DO NOT email your resume to us as we only accept applications through our website. https://wantmangroup.hirecentric.com/jobs/158699-37207.html
WGI Fort Pierce, FL, USA Full-Time
Apr 18, 2019
Field Crew Chief position available for our growing Geospatial Division in our Melbourne and Fort Pierce offices. This is an excellent opportunity to join a company with outstanding benefits and future career growth.   WGI is an award-winning national consulting firm providing land planning, civil engineering, architecture, landscape architecture, transportation, geospatial services, and parking solutions, corporately headquartered in West Palm Beach, FL. The firm has offices throughout the U.S. and provides a comprehensive range of infrastructure services to a diverse client base in over 30 states. Responsibilities Must have the ability to work as a team Dependability and Responsive Daily supervision and coordination of a field survey crew engaged in making plane and/or geodetic surveys for construction, topographic, right-of-way, and control survey projects Participates in pre-survey planning meetings with project managers Trains survey crew in survey and mapping methods, use of equipment and field safety procedures. Sets up, adjusts, and operates surveying equipment, including electronic total station, data collector, and GPS equipment, in order to measure distances, elevations, and angles Prepares field notes and drawings; and performs field surveying for roadway, bridges, and flood control projects, including installing surveying construction stakes, tying out existing intersection ties, and locating or establishing vertical and horizontal control, right of way, monuments, corners, boundaries, and property lines.  Read and interpret engineering plans. Respect the rights of property owners  Job Requirements Must practice WGI Safety policies and procedures at all times Strong organizational skills and ability to maintain clear and accurate field notes is required. Strong technical understanding of survey field equipment and data collection processes is required. Computer skills, including Microsoft Office, a must. Ability to manage survey field operations on a large civil construction project High school diploma and 5 years of Field Crew Chief experience required.     Valid Florida driver's license required. Physical Demands The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  Work requires using a machete, shovel and sledgehammer or other appropriate tools.  Lifting and carrying equipment weighing up to 50 lbs over rough terrain may be required.   Hand-eye coordination is necessary to operate various pieces of field equipment.   While performing the duties of this job, the employee is often required to sit, stand, walk, use hands/fingers to handle, feel or operate objects, tools, or controls, and reach with hands and arms, speak, and hear.  The employee is occasionally required to climb or balance, stoop, kneel, crouch, crawl, and smell.  Able to get in and out of vehicle multiple times a day; drive 30 to 60 miles daily. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus. Work Environment The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential function of this job.  Work is performed outside in all types of weather conditions possibly for extended periods of time.  The terrain may be rough, steep, wet or swampy.  Vegetation may be dense, and insects, snakes or animals may be encountered. If you have what it takes to join our growing organization and want to be part of a dedicated team please forward resume which must include salary history and a cover letter outlining how your background and experience relate to the position.  In return, WGI provides a competitive salary, excellent benefits and an outstanding work environment. WGI is an Equal Opportunity Employer. For more information, or to apply now, you must go to the website below. Please DO NOT email your resume to us as we only accept applications through our website. https://wantmangroup.hirecentric.com/jobs/158692-37207.html 
WGI Melbourne, FL, USA Full-Time
Apr 18, 2019
Instrument Operator position available for our growing Geospatial Division in our Melbourne and Fort Pierce offices. This is an excellent opportunity to join a company with outstanding benefits and future career growth.   WGI is an award-winning national consulting firm providing land planning, civil engineering, architecture, landscape architecture, transportation, geospatial services, and parking solutions, corporately headquartered in West Palm Beach, FL. The firm has offices throughout the U.S. and provides a comprehensive range of infrastructure services to a diverse client base in over 30 states. Responsibilities: Immediate room for advancement and promotion Interest in advanced technologies Operate and measure distance with a total station Create perpendicular angles with optical equipment Obtain bearings and angles using a compass Read horizontal and vertical angles with total station Obtain readings from standard, direct reading, cut and fill rods Obtain sights from plumb rods, section rods, disposable targets, etc. Assist Field Crew Chief in accomplishing field assignments in efficient manner Operate Data Collectors as directed by Field Crew Chief to assemble Company standardized information Become familiar with descriptions, coding and techniques for Data Collection Essential Job Functions:  The essential functions include but are not limited to the following duties and responsibilities, which are listed in no particular order of importance: Must have the ability to work as a team Dependability and Responsive Accurately and efficiently clears line, establish points, tape, chain and level for field survey projects as assigned by Field Crew Chief Hold prism pole or stadia rod at designated points to assist in determining elevations and laying out stakes for mapmaking, construction, land, and other surveys Cleanliness and Organization skills required Report any mechanical or safety related problems to your supervisor Communicate and coordinate effectively with other crewmembers to facilitate the timely and accurate completion of assigned projects Must practice WGI Safety policies and procedures at all times Respect the property rights of the property owners React to change productively and handle other essential tasks as assigned Job Requirements: High School Diploma or Equivalent; Knowledge of basic math (addition/subtraction/multiplication/division) Good verbal and written communication skills and the motivation to follow instructions at all times. Possess valid Florida Driver's License Physical Demands:   The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Work requires using a machete, shovel and sledgehammer or other appropriate tools. Lifting and carrying equipment weighing up to 50 lbs. over rough terrain may be required. Hand-eye coordination is necessary to operate various pieces of field equipment. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is often required to sit, stand, walk, use hands/fingers to handle, feel or operate objects, tools, or controls, and reach with hands and arms, speak, and hear. The employee is occasionally required to climb or balance, stoop, kneel, crouch, crawl, and smell. The employee must be able to get in and out of vehicle multiple times a day, and drive 30 to 60 miles daily. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus. Work Environment: The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential function of this job. The employee works outside in all types of weather conditions, possibly for extended periods of time. The terrain may be rough, steep, wet or swampy. Vegetation may be dense, and insects, snakes or animals may be encountered. If you have what it takes to join our growing organization and want to be part of a dedicated team please forward resume which must include salary history and a cover letter outlining how your background and experience relate to the position. In return, WGI provides a competitive salary, excellent benefits and an outstanding work environment. WGI is an Equal Opportunity Employer. For more information, or to apply now, you must go to the website below. Please DO NOT email your resume to us as we only accept applications through our website. https://wantmangroup.hirecentric.com/jobs/158690-37207.html 
WGI Melbourne, FL, USA Full-Time
Apr 18, 2019
Entry Level position available for our growing Geospatial Division in our Melbourne and Fort Pierce locations. This is an excellent opportunity to join a company with outstanding benefits and future career growth.   WGI is an award-winning national consulting firm providing land planning, civil engineering, landscape architecture, transportation, geospatial services, and parking solutions, with our corporate headquarters in West Palm Beach, FL. The firm has offices throughout the U.S. and provides a comprehensive range of infrastructure services to a diverse client base in over 30 states. Responsibilities: Ability to work with others Cleanliness and Organization skills helpful Awareness of the outdoor environment Interest in advanced technologies Communicate and coordinate effectively with others to facilitate the timely and accurate completion of projects Safety Dependability and Responsive Immediate room for advancement and promotion   Job Requirements: High School Diploma or Equivalent. Knowledge of basic math (addition/subtraction, multiplication and division) Good verbal and written communication skills and the motivation to follow instructions completely and accurately while working in rough terrain and inclement weather An opportunity to travel If you have what it takes to join our growing organization and want to be part of a dedicated team, please forward resume which must include salary history and a cover letter outlining how your background and experience relate to the position. In return, WGI provides a competitive salary, excellent benefits and an outstanding work environment. WGI is an Equal Opportunity Employer. For more information, or to apply now, you must go to the website below. Please DO NOT email your resume to us as we only accept applications through our website. https://wantmangroup.hirecentric.com/jobs/158688-37207.html 
WGI Melbourne, FL, USA Full-Time
Apr 17, 2019
WGI is an award-winning national consulting firm providing land planning, civil engineering, landscape architecture, transportation, geospatial services, and parking solutions, with our corporate headquarters in West Palm Beach, FL. The firm has offices throughout the U.S. and provides a comprehensive range of infrastructure services to a diverse client base in over 30 states. We are seeking a  Project Manager  for our  Geospatial Division  in   Melbourne, FL . Job Requirements: Minimum of 10 years of field survey experience, construction experience is a plus.  Minimum of 5 years managing/surveying heavy civil/rail infrastructure projects.  Registration as a Florida Professional Surveyor and Mapper or the candidate must demonstrate their ability through experience for providing the necessary technical skills to provide hands on construction calculations and supervision of survey/CAD technicians in the office and manage field crews. Proficient in either Microstation or Civil 3D is required as well as understanding field procedures related to using survey control, horizontal and vertical, to survey for construction. Experience with understanding how static scanning may be helpful and a clear understanding of how and when GPS may be used. Responsibilities: This is a hands-on project requiring the individual to be able to work responsibly, provide leadership to the project team, and understand construction plans and the process for construction survey means and methods. A complete understanding of how to manage a quality control program and follow established policies and procedures is mandatory. Strong communication skills and a thorough understanding for determining priorities as delivered by several construction managers will be required. This position will work cooperatively under the direction of a Senior Project Manager and in relations with several office and field staff on the project. Strict adherence to established project safety requirements a must and delivering clear and concise direction to field crews will be required.   WGI is a dynamic work environment with focused attention to delivering quality work, responsively and professionally. We utilized proven technology for creating efficiencies of business and to deliver projects combining multiple means for data collection to create a cost-effective geospatial solution for our clients. A willingness to work cohesively as a team and be respectable to everyone is mandatory. Very strong organization skills, open communication and diplomacy will be key for success in this position. If you have what it takes to join our growing organization and want to be part of a dedicated team, please forward resume which must include salary history and a cover letter outlining how your background and experience relate to the position. In return, WGI provides a competitive salary, excellent benefits and an outstanding work environment. WGI is an Equal Opportunity Employer. For more information, or to apply now, you must go to the website below. Please DO NOT email your resume to us as we only accept applications through our website. https://wantmangroup.hirecentric.com/jobs/158502-37207.html 
WGI Melbourne, FL, USA Full-Time
Apr 17, 2019
WGI is an award-winning national consulting firm providing land planning, civil engineering, landscape architecture, transportation, geospatial services, and parking solutions, with our corporate headquarters in West Palm Beach, FL. The firm has offices throughout the U.S. and provides a comprehensive range of infrastructure services to a diverse client base in over 30 states. We are seeking a  Sr.   Project Manager  for our  Geospatial Division  in   Melbourne, FL . Job Requirements: The ideal candidate will possess 5 to 7 years of post-registration experience, a bachelor's degree in Geomatics, Engineering, or related field Minimum of 10 years of progressive surveying and mapping experience.  This position requires registration as a Professional Surveyor and Mapper in Florida or a licensed Professional Surveyor in another state with the ability to obtain licensure within 18 months of hire. Construction survey experience on large rail and/or heavy civil infrastructure projects a plus. The candidate should also have some knowledge of CAD software such as MicroStation and/or Civil 3D, as well as a thorough understanding of reviewing files for geometry and constructability. A strong understanding of how large civil construction projects are organized and constructed is necessary. Must have strong organization and communication skills     Responsibilities: The current position, located in Melbourne, is a management position at this time, in support of a large rail construction project along the east coast of Florida.  This position reports to the Program Manager for the project and will have a large team of associates reporting daily to the management team. Having the ability to work with a variety of construction project managers and engineers is also required. While the position will not require a hands-on understanding of operating field equipment such as total stations, static scanners, GPS, digital levels, advanced as-built trolley systems, etc., the knowledge of how and when to use the different technologies will be helpful. WGI is a dynamic work environment with focused attention to delivering quality work, responsively and professionally. We utilized proven technology for creating efficiencies of business and to deliver projects combining multiple means for data collection to create a cost-effective geospatial solution for our clients. A willingness to work cohesively as a team and be respectable to everyone is mandatory. Very strong organization skills, open communication and diplomacy will be key for success in this position.   If you have what it takes to join our growing organization and want to be part of a dedicated team, please forward resume which must include salary history and a cover letter outlining how your background and experience relate to the position. In return, WGI provides a competitive salary, excellent benefits and an outstanding work environment. WGI is an Equal Opportunity Employer.   For more information, or to apply now, you must go to the website below. Please DO NOT email your resume to us as we only accept applications through our website. https://wantmangroup.hirecentric.com/jobs/158491-37207.html 
WGI Melbourne, FL, USA Full-Time
Apr 10, 2019
 WGI is an award-winning national consulting firm providing land planning, civil engineering, landscape architecture, transportation, geospatial services, and parking solutions. The firm has offices throughout the U.S. and provides a comprehensive range of infrastructure services to a diverse client base in over 30 states.  We are seeking a  Project Manager/Landscape Architect  with at least 8 years of professional experience to be part of our  Landscape Architecture Division  in our  San Antonio or Austin  office. Candidate must be highly motivated and a self-starter.   Projects will include a wide range of landscape projects including: residential, commercial and resort design; streetscapes, entry features as well as private sector development projects and federal, state and local government projects.   Responsibilities: Development of conceptual landscape and hardscape designs Development of construction documents for landscape, hardscape and irrigation design Assist in meetings and public presentations Review local land development regulations for standards including, but not limited to-landscape buffer requirements, plant material specifications, species and quantities Provide landscape inspections and respond to RFIs Job Requirements: Bachelor's Degree in Landscape Architecture from an accredited university 8 years related experience Current licensure or the ability to become licensed within 1 year. Must understand the relationship between design and constructability Proficiency with AutoCAD, Photoshop, and Microsoft Office Suite Exceptional written and verbal communication skills If you have what it takes to join our growing organization and want to be part of a dedicated team please forward resume which must include salary history and a cover letter outlining how your background and experience relate to the position.  In return, WGI provides a competitive salary, excellent benefits and an outstanding work environment. WGI is an Equal Opportunity Employer. For more information, or to apply now, you must go to the website below. Please DO NOT email your resume to us as we only accept applications through our website. https://wantmangroup.hirecentric.com/jobs/158068-37207.html 
WGI San Antonio, TX, USA Full-Time
Apr 10, 2019
WGI is an award-winning national consulting firm providing land planning, civil engineering, landscape architecture, transportation, geospatial services, and parking solutions. The firm has offices throughout the U.S. and provides a comprehensive range of infrastructure services to a diverse client base in over 30 states.  We are seeking a  Project Manager/Landscape Architect  with at least 8 years of professional experience to be part of our  Landscape Architecture Division   in our   San Antonio or Austin   office. Candidate must be highly motivated and a self-starter.   Projects will include a wide range of landscape projects including: residential, commercial and resort design; streetscapes, entry features as well as private sector development projects and federal, state and local government projects.   Responsibilities: Development of conceptual landscape and hardscape designs Development of construction documents for landscape, hardscape and irrigation design Assist in meetings and public presentations Review local land development regulations for standards including, but not limited to-landscape buffer requirements, plant material specifications, species and quantities Provide landscape inspections and respond to RFIs Job Requirements: Bachelor's Degree in Landscape Architecture from an accredited university 8 years related experience Current licensure or the ability to become licensed within 1 year. Must understand the relationship between design and constructability Proficiency with AutoCAD, Photoshop, and Microsoft Office Suite Exceptional written and verbal communication skills If you have what it takes to join our growing organization and want to be part of a dedicated team please forward resume which must include salary history and a cover letter outlining how your background and experience relate to the position.  In return, WGI provides a competitive salary, excellent benefits and an outstanding work environment. WGI is an Equal Opportunity Employer. For more information, or to apply now, you must go to the website below. Please DO NOT email your resume to us as we only accept applications through our website. https://wantmangroup.hirecentric.com/jobs/156536-37207.html 
WGI Austin, TX, USA Full-Time