Make 35/Hour As Land Survey Technician

For some of you that want to work as a land survey technician, here is another opportunity for you. All you need to do is to follow all the steps we are going to provide.

In this article we are going to talk about the company, the requirements needed for you to get the job, the step by step guide on how to apply and of course what is expected of you as a land survey technician.


Job Overview

  • Employer Name: Axis Land Surveying Ltd
  • Position: Land Survey Technician
  • Vacancies: 1
  • Salary: $25.00 to $35.00 per hour (Negotiable) for 35 to 45 hours per week
  • Employment Type: Permanent, Full-time
  • Location: Abbotsford, BC
  • Shifts: Overtime, 08:00 to 16:30
  • Transportation: Vehicle supplied by employer and Valid driver’s licence
  • Work Setting: Urban area, Rural area, Various locations, and Remote location
  • Supervision: 1 to 2 people

Company Profile

Axis Land Surveying Ltd, based in Abbotsford, BC, is actively seeking applications for the position of Land Survey Technician. As a reputable land surveying company, Axis Land Surveying is committed to providing professional and accurate surveying services. Specialising in land boundary surveys, topographic mapping, and construction layout surveys, our company serves a diverse range of clients in the Abbotsford area.

Who is a land survey technician?

A Land Survey Technician is a professional who assists in the process of land surveying. Their main responsibilities include conducting fieldwork to measure and map land features, boundaries, and topography using various surveying instruments and technology. Working under the supervision of licensed surveyors, they contribute to the collection and analysis of spatial data related to the Earth’s surface.


Land Survey Technicians often specialise in specific types of surveys, such as land boundary surveys, topographic mapping, or construction layout surveys. They play a crucial role in ensuring the accuracy and precision of survey data, helping to create detailed plans and reports. Education in land surveying or a related field, technical proficiency with surveying tools, and attention to detail are key qualifications for this role.


  • Languages: Proficiency in the English language is essential.
  • Education: Candidates should hold standard educational qualifications such as an Other Trades Certificate or Diploma.
  • Experience: No prior experience is required; training will be provided.
  • Survey Specialisation: Familiarity with Topographic Survey, Legal Survey, and Land Survey practices is preferred.
  • Computer and Technology Knowledge:
    • Competence in Geographic Information System (GIS).
      • Ability to operate GPS (Global Positioning System) and other navigation equipment.
    • Proficiency in MS Outlook.
  • Own Tools/Equipment:
    • Internet access.
    • Cellular phone.
  • Credentials: Possession of a Survey Technologist Trade Certificate is necessary.
  • Security and Safety: Verification of Driver’s Validity Licence is required.
  • Credentials: Possession of a Survey Technologist Trade Certificate is necessary.
  • Security and Safety: Verification of Driver’s Validity Licence is required.


Physical Requirements

  • Comfortable working outdoors.
  • Ability to excel under pressure.
  • High level of attention to detail.
  • Good hand-eye coordination is essential.
  • Comfortable with a combination of sitting, standing, and walking tasks.
  • Ability to perform tasks involving walking.
  • Flexibility to perform tasks involving bending, crouching, and kneeling.

Other Requirements

  • Ensure accuracy in work and be known for dependability.
  • Proficiency in both excellent oral and written communication.
  • Exercise good judgement in decision-making.
  • Highly organised in managing tasks and responsibilities.
  • Recognized reliability in various work situations.
  • Team player, contributing positively to collaborative efforts.

Candidate Status

  • Must be a Canadian Citizen or a temporary/permanent resident of Canada.
  • Must have legal authorization (Work Permit) to work in Canada.
  • Candidates unable to fulfil the above requirements should refrain from applying for the position.


  • Maintain survey information in systematic order.
  • Assist in the calculation, analysis, and computation of measurements obtained during field surveys.
  • Keep records, measurements, and other survey information organised.
  • Participate in field surveys and operate survey instruments and devices.
  • Analyse latitude, longitude, and angles; compute trigonometric calculations to plot features, contours, and areas to a specific scale.
  • Assist survey engineers or professional surveyors in developing methods and procedures for field surveys
  • Conduct field surveys using survey instruments and computer equipment to measure distance, angles, elevations, and contours.
  • Determine precise geographic locations using global positioning systems (GPS) equipment.
  • Record measurements and other information obtained during field survey activities.
  • Supervise and coordinate field survey activities.


  • Dental plan.
  • Disability benefits.
  • Health care plan.
  • Paramedical services coverage.
  • Vision care benefits.
  • Bonus.
  • Group insurance benefits.
  • Life insurance.
  • Registered Retirement Savings Plan (RRSP).
  • Paid time off (volunteering or personal days).

How to Apply

If the position aligns with your qualifications and the basic requirements are met, you can apply directly to the employer. Submit your application, including your resume, reference number “001,” cover letter, proof of requested certifications, and details about your highest level of education and the institution where it was completed, to [email protected].