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SMITH ROBERTS BALDISCHWILER, LLC

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SRB is an equal-opportunity employer, growing rapidly and always seeking new talent. If you have a desire to grow with us and join a diverse team of exciting and experienced people, we’d love to hear from you.

Open Positions

For consideration of any position please email your resume to human.resources@srbok.com.

Professional Land Surveyor

Job Summary:

Coordinate and oversee the review and delivery of multiple Land Survey projects including ALTA/NSPS Land Title and DOT Surveys.

Supervisory Responsibilities:

None.

Duties/Responsibilities:

  • Perform detailed research at town, county and state levels and request 811 Design Tickets.
  • Perform boundary, easement, deed and title review.
  • Works with title and utility companies, as well as local governments to assist with approval of projects.
  • Perform detailed ALTA/NSPS, boundary and topographic surveys.
  • Preparation of field assignments and scheduling crews; coordinate with clients and contractors on scheduling for stakeouts, etc.
  • Process client and contractor requests for land surveys and construction stakeouts.
  • Coordinate with the engineering department to prepare work orders.
  • Maintain and adhere to QA/QC procedures/note taking and maintaining office and field project material.
  • Prepare legal descriptions.
  • Performs record search at recorders offices and government entities.
  • Sign and seal ALTA/NSPS Land Title Surveys.
  • Performs other related duties, as assigned.
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Required Skills/Abilities:

  • Professional Land Surveyor (PLS) or Land Surveyor Intern (LSI)
  • Proficient with AutoCad Civil 3D
  • Field and office experience
  • Valid Oklahoma Driver’s License
  • Licensed PLS in Oklahoma
  • ODOT Roadway experience valuable
  • Minimum of 5 years’ experience

Physical Requirements:

  • Prolonged periods sitting at a desk and working on a computer

This position is considered a safety sensitive position and will be subject to all State and Federal regulations as such.

Engineering Intern

Job Summary:

Engineering Intern will be pursuing or has completed a Civil Engineering Degree.  The EI will be expected to perform a variety of complex and technical engineering tasks (project layout, design and review) for various private, city governmental and state governmental agencies in preparing construction plans and reports.

Supervisory Responsibilities:

None.

Duties/Responsibilities:

  • Extract data from a variety of sources (surveys, as-built plans, plats, design manuals, field notes) and prepare design ready drawings.
  • Recognize and report errors and inconsistencies with data. Must have a working knowledge of surveying and basic engineering concepts (construction grades, construction equipment, and terminology).
  • Projects may vary from private land development (sub-divisions and commercial building sites) to public improvements (water distribution system, sanitary sewer collection systems, waste water lift stations, roadway improvements, traffic signal improvements, drainage improvements and storm water collection systems, storm water detention, county bridge improvements, state and federal highway improvements).
  • Review design plans (site plans, plan and profile sheets, detail sheets, etc.) to ensure compliance with design guidelines, review comments and established governmental (city or state) procedures.
  • Meet with clients to discuss scope of project and propose preliminary design.
  • Write technical reports including feasibility studies and preliminary engineering reports.

Required Skills/Abilities:

  • Understand engineering design concepts related to water distribution systems, sanitary sewer collection systems and transportation (roadway) systems.
  • Have knowledge of engineering math, surveying, concept of preparing construction plans, specifications, and the basic principles and objective of construction planning and analysis
  • Experience with AutoCAD/Civil 3D latest version and the Microsoft Suite
  • Experience with design software such as Microstation/In Roads is beneficial
  • Preference will be given to candidates who have passed the Fundamentals of Engineering exam
  • Valid Oklahoma Driver’s License

Physical Requirements:

  • Prolonged periods sitting at a desk and working on a computer

Education and Experience: 

  • Minimum of high school diploma or equivalent certification required. University, Community College, Vocational Technology or Military service desired but not required.

 

This position is considered a safety sensitive position and will be subject to all State and Federal regulations as such.

Instrument Man

Job Summary:

The Instrument Man will work under the direction of a Party Chief based out of our Oklahoma City office.

Supervisory Responsibilities:

None.

Duties/Responsibilities:

  • Conducts surveys to measure points of elevation, lines, areas, and other land surface features
  • Uses electronic distance measuring equipment, satellite-based positioning equipment, and other geodetic survey equipment to determine orientation of tracts of land
  • Updates and maintains database of geodetic and related information
  • Confirms and ensures mathematical accuracy of collected survey data; determines whether additional survey data is needed for engineering, construction, or other projects
  • Maintains current knowledge of developments in geodetic equipment, technology, or systems
  • Performs other related duties as assigned

Required Skills/Abilities:

  • Ability to read and interpret data

Physical Requirements:

  • Ability to traverse diverse terrain to gather data
  • Vision to read and review maps, legal descriptions, contracts, review data, etc.
  • Valid Oklahoma Driver’s License
  • MVR that falls within the guidelines of our insurance policy

This position is considered a safety sensitive position and will be subject to all State and Federal regulations as such.

CAD Technician I

Job Summary:

The CAD Technician I will work under the direction of an immediate supervisor based out of our Norman office.  The CAD Technician will perform a variety of site development related tasks that will assist in the preparation of construction plans.

Supervisory Responsibilities:

None.

Duties/Responsibilities:

  • Provide Drafting Support
  • Create drawings using CAD Software
  • Incorporate red-line changes in existing drawings as directed
  • Prepare plan and profile drawings for proposed utilities
  • Complete any additional drawings and plans as needed
  • Performs other related duties, as assigned

Required Skills/Abilities:

  • Knowledge of AutoCAD
  • Ability to read and interpret engineering plans

Physical Requirements:

  • Prolonged periods sitting at a desk and working on a computer
  • Vision to read and review maps, legal descriptions, contracts, review data, etc.
  • Valid Oklahoma Driver’s License
  • MVR that falls within the guidelines of our insurance policy

This position is considered a safety sensitive position and will be subject to all State and Federal regulations as such.

CADD Technician II
Job Summary:
The CADD Technician II will work under the direction of an immediate supervisor based out of our Norman office. The CADD Technician II will perform a variety of technical, professional and administrative tasks requiring considerate background in CADD operations, transportation management, and department plans.
Supervisory Responsibilities:
May supervise professional and/or technical staff.
Duties/Responsibilities:
– Responsible for all phases of CADD operations, transportation management operations, and use of software related to CADD operations
– Provides training, guidance, expertise and assistance in to professional and/or technical staff
– Designs and prepares complex civil drawing for transportation projects and building structures which may include earthwork, drainage, material quantities, geometrics, and details using CADD applications
– Incorporate red-line changes in existing drawings as directed
– Computes geometry for layouts and details of drawings, plans, and maps
– Performs other related duties, as assigned
Required Skills/Abilities:
– Knowledge of AutoCAD
– Ability to read and interpret engineering plans
– Mathematics including algebra, plane and solid geometry and basic trigonometry
Physical Requirements:
– Prolonged periods sitting at a desk and working on a computer
– Vision to read and review maps, legal descriptions, contracts, review data, etc.
– Valid Oklahoma Driver’s License
– MVR that falls within the guidelines of our insurance policy
This position is considered a safety sensitive position and will be subject to all State and Federal regulations as such.

CADD Technician II
Job Summary:
The CADD Technician II will work under the direction of an immediate supervisor based out of our Oklahoma City office. The CADD Technician II will perform a variety of technical, professional and administrative tasks requiring considerate background in CADD operations, transportation management, and department plans.
Supervisory Responsibilities:
May supervise professional and/or technical staff.
Duties/Responsibilities:
– Responsible for all phases of CADD operations, transportation management operations, and use of software related to CADD operations
– Provides training, guidance, expertise and assistance in to professional and/or technical staff
– Designs and prepares complex civil drawing for transportation projects and building structures which may include earthwork, drainage, material quantities, geometrics, and details using CADD applications
– Incorporate red-line changes in existing drawings as directed
– Computes geometry for layouts and details of drawings, plans, and maps
– Performs other related duties, as assigned
Required Skills/Abilities:
– Knowledge of AutoCAD
– Ability to read and interpret engineering plans
– Mathematics including algebra, plane and solid geometry and basic trigonometry
Physical Requirements:
– Prolonged periods sitting at a desk and working on a computer
– Vision to read and review maps, legal descriptions, contracts, review data, etc.
– Valid Oklahoma Driver’s License
– MVR that falls within the guidelines of our insurance policy
This position is considered a safety sensitive position and will be subject to all State and Federal regulations as such.

SR CADD Technician
Job Summary:
The SR CADD Technician will work under the direction of an immediate supervisor based out of our Oklahoma City office. The SR CADD Technician will perform a variety of technical, professional and administrative tasks requiring considerate background in CADD operations, transportation management, and department plans.
Supervisory Responsibilities:
May supervise professional and/or technical staff.
Duties/Responsibilities:
– Responsible for all phases of CADD operations, transportation management operations, and use of software related to CADD operations
– Provides training, guidance, expertise and assistance in to professional and/or technical staff
– Designs and prepares complex civil drawing for transportation projects and building structures which may include earthwork, drainage, material quantities, geometrics, and details using CADD applications
– Incorporate red-line changes in existing drawings as directed
– Computes geometry for layouts and details of drawings, plans, and maps
– Performs other related duties, as assigned
Required Skills/Abilities:
– Knowledge of transportation management operations; of map, chart, and plans interpretation; and of all phases of CADD procedures
– Mathematics including algebra, plane and solid geometry and basic trigonometry
– Ability to perform design work and complex drafting work; to exercise judgment in analyzing situations and determining sound courses of action
– Ability to determine sound courses of action; to organize and conduct several activities; and to provide guidance and training to others
Physical Requirements:
– Prolonged periods sitting at a desk and working on a computer
– Vision to read and review maps, legal descriptions, contracts, review data, etc.
– Valid Oklahoma Driver’s License
– MVR that falls within the guidelines of our insurance policy
This position is considered a safety sensitive position and will be subject to all State and Federal regulations as such.

ASP.Net Developer
Job Summary:
The ASP.Net Developer will work alongside our IT team supporting clients remotely and on-site tackling all aspects of Information Technology. Creating and maintaining Web-based applications for clients.

Supervisory Responsibilities:
None.

Required Skills/Abilities:
– ASP.NET MVC using C#
– Entity Framework
– Visual Studio ad related Microsoft tools
– Competency with T-SQL and SQL Server
– Node.js and related tools
– HTML/CSS/JavaScript frameworks
– Associate degree or higher in a Software Development related field, Completion of a Certification Program or equivalent experience

Preferred Skills/Abilities:
– Working knowledge of SPA frameworks i.e. React, Vue or Angular
– Working knowledge of hybrid mobile application frameworks i.e. React Native, Ionic and Flutter
– Familiarity with mapping software i.e. Google Maps/Earth, ESRI and OpenStreetMap

Physical Requirements:
– Vision to read and review documents and video screens
– Ability to lift up to 50 pounds
– Valid Oklahoma Driver’s License
– MVR that falls within the guidelines of our insurance policy

This position is considered a safety sensitive position and will be subject to all State and Federal regulations as such.