Caltech has spent the last 30+ years becoming Western Canada’s go-to company for geomatics services. Our team of  specialists will help you realize your project goals while guiding you through regulatory approvals, legislation, and technical requirements.

Survey Field Supervisor (Construction)

Job description

Caltech is run by professional land surveyors and project managers who are passionate about providing industry-leading service. We’ve grown from just 2 people in 1990 to a large and diverse group of over 200 hardworking professionals.


We offer a challenging and rewarding workplace, competitive compensation, a comprehensive benefits package, and many opportunities for growth. For us, work-life balance means working hard and playing hard; our clients and our people are our focus. We use the most current technology and have made professional development a key part of our strategic plan.

Be part of the Caltech Advantage!



We are looking for a Field Supervisor to join our Construction team! In this role, you will perform field survey work on exciting construction projects throughout Saskatchewan.


Your duties will include:

– Managing and performing field survey work with the help of Field Assistants.

– Liaising with Project Managers and clients to coordinate field survey work, to review and manage project budgets, timeline requirements, priorities, and survey methodology.

– Providing guidance, leadership, and mentorship to Survey Assistants.

– Acting as a company representative, liaising directly with client field representatives, landowners, and other stakeholders.

– Preparing and communicating field notes, sketches, checklists, and digital data in required formats for Project Managers, Land Surveyors and Drafting personnel.

– Participating in Caltech Group Ltd.’s health and safety program.

– Other duties as required.


Your working conditions will include:

– Primarily fieldwork; in all weather conditions.

– Long-distance travel (driving) as required.

– Lifting, pushing, pulling, walking, standing with items up to 50 lbs.

– Constant balancing, climbing, and walking on uneven ground and terrain.

– Frequent bending and reaching.

– Operation of ATV/UTV/Snowmobile.

– Frequent use of arm strength to pound in markers/pins/stakes/post.

– Frequent exposure to loud noises.

– Constant communication (spoken, written, reading).

– Manual dexterity is required to use laptop computer and peripherals, and for manual drawings.

– Overtime as required based on workload.



To be successful in this role, you will need:

– Post-secondary degree related to surveying and geomatics OR demonstrate an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience.

– Experience in line location and legal surveys for the construction industry.

– Knowledge and experience using Trimble equipment and software, RTK GPS and line locating.

– Experience with the use of ATVs/UTVs, snowmobiles and chainsaws.

– Willingness to work in the field in all weather conditions.

– Willingness to travel extensively and frequently, when necessary.

– Ability to pass drug and alcohol testing as required to access work sites.

– Excellent interpersonal skills, dedication to customer service and the ability to motivate, develop, train and coach survey staff.

– Strong commitment to excellence, attention to detail and time management.

– Current drivers’ license and acceptable driver’s abstract as per company policy.


If you are motivated by success, career growth potential and a great team, we encourage you to apply today! Send your resume to


Being one of the best surveying companies to work for means Caltech is committed to establishing and maintaining a diverse and inclusive workplace, particularly for those who have been historically excluded from and underrepresented in the workplace. We welcome applications from all qualified individuals, including indigenous peoples, persons of color, persons with disabilities, women in under-represented roles, LGBTQ+ persons, and all groups protected by the Human Rights Code.


Job Type: Full-time

Expected hours: No less than 40 hours per week.

Work Location: In person in Saskatchewan.



Dental care

Disability insurance

Extended health care

Life insurance

Paid time off

Vision care