Work with best-in-the-business surveyors

We’re passionate about empowering our employees to grow and innovate in the field of professional surveying. At Gunnin, we invest in our employees from the ground up. Through training and hands-on experience, we help our staff attain marketable skills in a field with high demand. Our employees are given the tools needed for success and have access to the latest surveying technology. The projects are fast-paced and exciting.

Work with a dedicated team

When you join Gunnin Land Surveying, you work with a dedicated and experienced team of surveying experts. Our open positions usually include entry-level instrument operators, party chiefs, AutoCAD technicians, and project managers. We are eager to bring on new team members who share our commitment to quality service and technological advancement.


Competitive pay with ample overtime

Training with latest surveying technologies, like robotics and drones

401k match

Health, dental and vision insurance

Paid holidays, sick leave and vacation

Tuition reimbursement

Volunteer and community involvement opportunities

View our open positions

AutoCAD Technician

A qualified AutoCAD technician will assist in the completion of survey deliverables using Carlson software with AutoCAD. Typical work will include drafting boundary surveys, topographic surveys, final plats, as-builts, and more. An ideal candidate will have at least 2 years of prior drafting experience or training.

Survey Party Chief

A qualified party chief will utilize their experience to lead a crew in the completion of surveying tasks. Using Trimble robotic equipment, our party chiefs will work on boundary/topographic surveys, construction layout, and any other field support tasks in order to obtain accurate survey data (such as hydrographic surveys or aerial surveys). An ideal candidate will have at least 2 years of prior experience as a party chief.

Survey Field Technician (Entry Level)

Learn the ins and outs of surveying alongside one of our experienced Party Chiefs. An entry level technician will learn how to operate our equipment and conduct field surveying tasks including: setting up/leveling the equipment, collecting data, taking notes/sketches, providing construction layout, and more. Prior experience is preferred, but not required. An ideal candidate will have the ability and desire to work full time in the outdoors.

Leaders in surveying, mapping & quality service

We work with each of our clients on a one-to-one basis, providing custom and turnkey surveying to match your project. If you’re an engineer, contractor or developer in need of surveying and mapping, get in touch with our team.