Job Openings

As the Central Valley’s premier land surveying and civil engineering company, we take great pride in always finding a way to better serve our clients, employees, and local community. Our priority is to provide a workplace that fosters a tight knit, team-centric culture, with the common goal of delivering exceptional quality and service to our clients. No project is too big or small, and we greatly enjoy serving the community we call home. At Bedrock, you’ll work alongside some of the very best Licensed Land Surveyors and Civil Engineers in the Central Valley on challenging, yet rewarding projects, where you’ll have the opportunity to both grow professionally and contribute to organizational success through your unique talents and skillset.
Bedrock offers competitive compensation and benefits package, including Medical, Dental, Supplemental Insurance, 401(k) plan, and paid holidays.
If you are interested in any of the positions below, please submit a resume and application to Bedrock’s Hiring Manager, Nick Armesto,

Current Openings

Job Title: Professional Land Surveyor

Status: Full time

Job Description Summary: The Professional Land Surveyor is responsible to plan, coordinate, and direct land surveying, civil engineering, and utility locating projects. The Professional Land Surveyor will lead and oversee designated projects, striving to complete projects within agreed budgets and timelines. The Professional Land Surveyor performs and/or coordinates all aspects of land surveying, both in the field and in the office, including preparing crews for field duties, analyzing data and performing research in order to make boundary determinations, performing complex survey and construction staking calculations, reviewing and adjusting survey data, and preparing final client deliverables. The Professional Land Surveyor is responsible to establish and maintain friendly, professional relationships with project managers during course of work on a project and must be able to communicate effectively both orally and in writing. Additional responsibilities include mentor, support, and coach growth and improvement in the surveying capabilities of junior staff, and special projects as directed by supervising manager.

EducationBachelor’s degree in related field preferred or equivalent experience.
ExperienceMinimum of 5 years of Land Survey experience preferred

Certifications and Licenses:
  • Required: PLS 
  • Preferred: None