Current Job Openings
Livingston Engineering , a Professional Civil Engineering and Land Surveying firm located in Brighton, MI is currently seeking experienced candidates for several positions within our organization. We specialize in a wide range dynamic projects including private land development, public infrastructure improvements, automotive facility/industrial projects and throughout the United States. Full-time - Competitive Wages and Benefits including: Employee Health Insurance, Long Term Disability, Life Insurance, FSA, 401K, Holiday Pay, Paid time off and Voluntary Benefits for Dental, STD, Critical Illness and Accident. Currently we have openings for the following positions:
CAD Technician - Livingston Engineering has a position available for persons seeking to be CAD Operator/Draftsperson for Civil Engineering and Land Surveying firm. Applicant must be knowledgeable in land surveying, civil engineering or construction. Experience with Autocad software beneficial, experience with Land Desktop Companion or Civil 3D 2019. Projects will include, but not be limited to, topographic surveys, boundary surveys, ALTA/ACSM Land Title Surveys, as-built drawings, etc.
Survey Crew Chief - Livingston Engineering, has openings for experienced field crew chiefs with a minimum of 2 years' of experience in construction staking, topographic design surveys and boundary surveys. Experience with Trimble survey controllers, GPS, robotic total stations, and AutoCad is highly desired. Must have valid drivers license, show up on time, pass a drug test, and complete safety training.
Survey Crew Member - Livingston Engineering has openings available for survey crew members with little or no experience, to work as a team member to crew chief. This is an entry level technician position, performing a variety of land surveying assignments while learning the methods and techniques of a survey crew. The employee, while in a learning capacity, does crew support activities. These activities include, but are not limited to: setting stakes and irons, setting up tripods over control points, placing safety signs and cones, setting benchmarks, brushing line, maintaining vehicles, running level rod and proper chaining techniques. Must show up on time.