Job Opportunities

POSITION TITLE Survey Division Manager
STATUS Full Time, Permanent
LOCATION Cowichan Valley, BC
DEADLINE TO APPLY March 10, 2023

The Opportunity:
Are you an experienced Leader who is ready for the challenges and rewards of team management? We are
seeking an exceptional individual with strong leadership capabilities to join our survey team as Division Manager
to lead a team of skilled professional and technical staff in a variety of survey projects. You will be supported by
senior technical specialist with extensive market relationships. This is a fantastic opportunity for a technically
proficient self-starter with supervisory skills, business development, project management and client management
capabilities. This role offers eligibility for shareholding privileges in our employee-owned company.

While working collaboratively with other McElhanney branches in a strong team environment, the Division
Manager will also be responsible for contributing to branch and regional strategic planning, controlling division
budgets and scopes, as well as development of new and existing business, marketing of the branch’s services,
and liaising with clients on project matters.


The City of Belleville has a career opportunity for a GIS Supervisor.

Apply by: February 3rd, 2023 at 4:30 pm

Location: Potential for hybrid work arrangement following successful completion of probationary period

Hours: 35 hours per week; Monday to Friday 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m, with additional hours as required

File number: SV22-51

2022 Salary: $96,639.15 – $115,046.61

The City of Belleville, known as the ‘Friendly City’, is located at the mouth of the Moira River where it meets the picturesque Bay of Quinte. Experience world-class fishing, boating, cycling and walking along approximately 14 kilometers of waterfront trails. Situated between Toronto and Montreal, and less than one hour from the U.S. border, the City truly is at the center of it all.

Currently, the City of Belleville has a newly created and exciting opportunity for a highly motivated and dynamic individual to join the IT Division in a leadership capacity as a GIS Supervisor.

Reporting to the Manager of Information Systems, the GIS Supervisor is responsible for the oversight in the development and execution of the GIS strategy and updates to the roadmap, ensuring alignment of business needs with GIS applications, data, geospatial infrastructure and service delivery.


For more information and to apply online, please go to



The Association of Canada Lands Surveyors (“ACLS”) is a body corporate consisting of a governing body and members. The association is created by legislation of the Parliament of Canada through the Canada Lands Surveyors Act forming a self-regulating professional body. Through the Association’s Act, Regulations, and By-Laws, the ACLS governing Council provides oversight to the practice and conduct of its members, and the integrity of the profession under an overall mandate to protect the public interest.

The Association of Canada Lands Surveyors is legislated as a professional association under the Canada Lands Surveyors’ Act. It is governed by Regulations, By-laws, professional standards, ethics and an elected Council. The Association is responsible for self-governance, membership, peer review and continuing education for the purpose of protecting the public interest and the integrity of the profession.


The Association is seeking the services of an experienced individual as its Executive Director. This position is responsible to the membership through the Association’s legislation with the guidance and direction of Council in order to provide leadership and direction. The desired candidate should possess skills in administration, finance, human resources, program development, and general public relations.

As a leader, you would be responsible to support staff, manage day-to-day operations, budgeting, coordinating annual & regional meetings, maintaining linkages with stakeholders and various Government departments.


We are seeking a highly motivated and dedicated individual with strong written and oral communication skills in one of the official languages and at least a working proficiency in the other.

General Duties

  • Adopt the role of Association Executive Director and Secretary Treasurer;
  • Participate in meetings with other Directors/Managers of provincial survey associations;
  • Be aware of committee activities and assist with objectives and strategic planning;
  • Communicate with membership as required;
  • Responsible for timely and accurate financial reporting including budget development, accounts receivable, account payable, prudent management of banking and investments;
  • Supervise office staff in management of duties, programs and special projects;
  • Preparation of annual internal and external reports;
  • Supervise the organization of the Association’s annual meeting.

Salary and employment

Our office is in Ottawa, Ontario and the position has traditionally been located in Ottawa. Alternate methods of overall management may be considered should the ideal candidate propose a feasible leadership and management strategy through remote or hybrid work model. Salary is commensurate with qualifications based on a 37.5-hour work week and includes health & dental benefits and a RRSP contribution plan.

More information can be provided upon request.


Please reply by email to . Closing date is January 27th, 2023 at 5:00 pm EST.


POSITION TITLE British Columbia Land Surveyor
STATUS Permanent, Full Time

The Opportunity: McElhanney Ltd. is looking for an experienced Commissioned Land Surveyor for our Kelowna office. The successful individual will manage land development, road and utility infrastructure surveys, topographic
surveys, construction and engineering layout, and will provide property and survey-related advice to
clients. This intermediate or senior level role is ideal for a self-driven, superior communicator who enjoys
the challenge and satisfaction derived from being part of an established multidisciplinary team.

POSITION TITLE Hydrographic Surveyor
STATUS Permanent, Full Time
LOCATION Vancouver, BC

The Opportunity
McElhanney has an opportunity for a Hydrographic Surveyor to join our team in Vancouver, BC. Reporting to the
Vancouver Branch Manager, you will work with a team of Geomatics professionals to complete bathymetric
survey projects locally and throughout Western Canada.


POSITION TITLE: Survey CAD Technologist
STATUS: Permanent, Full Time
LOCATION: Vancouver, BC

The Opportunity:
McElhanney has an exciting opportunity for a Survey CAD Technologist to join our growing team in Vancouver, BC. We are seeking a strong communicator who has excellent drafting skills and experience with AutoCAD Civil 3D. As a true team player, you will have to the opportunity to collaborate with a multidisciplinary team of technologists, EIT’s, and project managers on a variety of innovative and rewarding Survey and Geomatics projects. Our Vancouver office has well-established teams and top tier clients that bring us diverse projects, giving you the opportunity to make an impact in your local community. Looking to make the next step in your career? Join McElhanney, a firm with big company opportunities, and a small company feel!
What You’ll Be Doing:
• Interpret field data in order to create accurate survey drawings and legal plans, which will include downloading and editing field data, interpreting field notes and sketches, and processing conventional and GPS data and point cloud data using primarily Civil 3D, as well as other technical software as needed
• Complete calculations as needed and prepare for drafting or client project reporting
• Contribute to the cost effective and timely production of survey drawings and designs that include legal survey, topographic, bathymetry, engineering and construction layout plans.
• Liaise with Project Managers and clients regarding enquiries and issues
• Implement and ensure quality assurance on all field returns
• Take instructions from the project manager for performance of office tasks.
• Coordinate the preparation of documents and applications required for regulatory approvals.
• Collaborate with team members to ensure schedules, budgets and quality control standards are achieved