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Career Opportunities

Join Our Team

At OSDC, we believe in investing in our people. As a family-owned construction company based in Lake Country, British Columbia, Canada, we are committed to building a team of experts who share our passion for excellence and our dedication to delivering exceptional results. Thrive in an exciting, dynamic work environment where innovation and collaboration are paramount.

We care about your success and offer long-term, meaningful employment with ample room for growth. Make a significant impact with a company that values its team members and offers an exceptional opportunity to learn and grow. At OSDC, we turn problems into opportunities, take risks to be innovative, put people first, accomplish more together, and always do the right thing – no matter what.

You'll receive competitive wages, 100% paid Blue Cross benefits, including dental care, disability, extended health care, and life insurance, paid time off, and access to professional development with tuition reimbursement. If applicable, you may also receive a company truck, clothing allowance, and/or relocation assistance.

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Survey Party Chief

In this position, you'll have access to cutting-edge surveying technology, including GPS, Robotic Total Stations, Drones, and Sonar for bathymetry, as well as a proprietary survey technician training program.

Key Responsibilities

  • Deliver construction survey layout including roadwork, pipe, earthworks grading, structures layout, as-built, and topographical data capture.

  • Perform data acquisition using remote sensing

  • Coordinate work activity and survey requests with Project Managers

  • Perform field calculations, and interpret survey plans and engineering drawings

  • Provide mentorship to Survey Assistants

 

Qualifications

  • Minimum 2 years experience as a Survey Crew Chief

  • Post Secondary education in Geomatics or equivalent experience

  • Experience with Robotic Total Stations and GNSS receivers

  • Valid driver’s license and clean abstract

  • Willingness to work regularly scheduled shifts on the road as required

  • Willingness to work in all weather conditions, in all seasons

  • Ability to think on your feet and react efficiently to requests

 

Salary

Based on experience

Location

Lake Country, BC: reliably commute or be willing to relocate

Project Coordinator

You will be the first point of contact for clients and responsible for building positive and lasting relationships. As the master scheduler for all projects, you will manage crew scheduling and ensure the field crews have all that is required for them to fulfill their role effectively.

 

Key Responsibilities

  • Promptly respond to and screen all incoming voice, email, and ServiceM8 booking and opportunity inquiries

  • Schedule crews in ServiceM8 and coordinate and advise clients of upcoming appointments, information required, etc.

  • Research and learn ways to use ServiceM8, SharePoint, and our other digital tools to their full potential.

  • Manage the next steps, re-bookings, emergencies, etc., with field crews.

  • Keep project logs and reporting current and up to date.

  • Move projects through workflows per SOPs (Quote-Prep-Schedule-Field work - Drafting-QA-Issue-Invoice, etc.)

  • Set up new quotes and projects in ServiceM8 and Project Management Tool as per SOPs. (Collector correct files, AP details, project contacts and location, etc.)

  • Request project information as required and organize and archive files within the appropriate directories in SharePoint

  • Work closely with field crews and drafting to manage and meet milestones and deadlines

  • Work with all parts of the business to ensure we deliver the best quality service and projects we can

  • Train clients around using our online booking system and the importance of being thorough

  • Support the CFO in setting up an inventory system and coordinate with crews to order supplies as required for survey supplies, first aid, PPE, and COR

  • Support the CFO in other areas of her role as and when required (Basic book-keeping, SOP development, calendar management, general administration)

Skill Requirements

Effectively engage with all stakeholders, team members, and customers,

thereby effectively managing workflow, expectations, and any issues that may arise, such as but not limited to:

  • Communication

  • Exceptional customer service skills

  • Leadership

  • Conflict resolution

  • Critical thinking

  • Negotiation

  • Delegation

Salary

Based on experience

Location

Lake Country, BC: reliably commute or be willing to relocate

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