multiVIEW Locates Inc. specializes in utility data collection, mapping and management services across Ontario since 1989.
As a professional Engineering and Geophysics firm, we’re experts at applying geophysical techniques and technologies to capture, interpret and present subsurface information that enables our clients / customers to mitigate costs associated with project design, construction delays, and the risk and liability that can result from damaged underground utilities.
Employee welfare is core to everything we do at multiVIEW. We are committed to ethics and integrity in all dealings with respect to employee welfare, and consistently follow these core principles :
Employees are Treated With Dignity, Respect and Fairness
Recruitment Practices are Ethical, Legal, Voluntary and Free From Discrimination
Working Conditions are Safe and Healthy
Wage and Benefit Agreements are Respected and Transparent
Escalation Mechanisms and Access to Remedy are Readily Available
All employees of multiVIEW are protected by these policy sections.
Using a variety of geophysical technologies, Geophysical Technicians are directly involved in field data collection, analysis and reporting.
They work alongside other geophysical technicians on projects that include ground penetrating radar surveys, resistivity & conductivity and other electromagnetic surveys on Near Surface Geophysics projects.
Duties & Responsibilities :
Perform Ground Penetrating Radar Equipment field surveys
Perform Time & Frequency Domain Electromagnetic field surveys
Perform MASW, Reflection and Refraction Seismic field surveys
Perform Magnetometry field surveys
Operate electromagnetic induction locating equipment with all accessories
Manage field data collection strategies.
Manage and oversee methods and procedures for analysis, storage and interpretation of data.
Data processing and report writing. Oversee the preparation of final reports for client delivery including summarizing the analyses, approving the report and responding to client questions and queries.
Identify hardware, software and documentation problems and improvements based on field experience and data processing.
Fix field issues wherever possible on-site, and liaise with the equipment applications team to support product development.
Travel to other cities / areas is required; work in a variety of settings and work site conditions.
Keep accurate records (Quality Forms, Site Inspections, Reporting, etc.)
Work evenings, weekends or out-of-town as required.
Read, interpret and augment maps with notes.
Operate a PC.
Other duties as required.
Skills & Qualifications :
Sc. in Geophysics, Geotechnical Engineering or Geoscience.
Licensed to practice as a Geoscientist (P. Geo) in the province of Ontario an asset.
3 to 5 years’ experience with geophysical techniques such as ground penetrating radar, electrical resistivity and conductivity, and electromagnetics
Self-organizing and able to multi-task.
Experience dealing directly with customers.
Strong communication and team skills.
Able to work independently and as part of a team
Clean driving license.
Able to work on job sites outside for long periods.
First Aid and Confined Space Training an asset.
Compensation & Benefits :
Competitive Compensation Grids
Company Paid Health & Dental Benefits
Defined Profit Sharing Program Retirement Savings Plan
Family Bursary Program
Employee Welfare Commitment
Training and Advancement Opportunities