A Chainman works under the guidance of a surveying manager, preparing survey drawings, assisting in boundary calculations and helping draft legal descriptions. It is necessary to use distance meters, laser measuring systems, echo sounders and scientific software when performing tasks.
Associate degrees or high school grades are necessary for Chainman positions, but employers prefer applicants with significant practical experience in land boundary, topographic surveying and oil/gas well permitting.
What are the requirements of a Chainman?
A Chainman interacts with computers, processes and analyzes data, performs general physical activities and identifies objects, actions and events. You must have finger dexterity, visual aptitude and good communication skills-oral, written and graphic-when performing tasks.
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