Photogrammetrist Resume Samples

Photogrammetrist Sample Resume

Photogrammetrist Resume Sample Bullet Points
  • Collect, analyze, and interpret geographic information provided by geodetic surveys, aerial photographs, and satellite data. 
  • Research, study, and prepare maps and other spatial data in digital or graphic form for legal, social, political, educational, and design purposes. 
  • May work with Geographic Information Systems (GIS). 
  • May design and evaluate algorithms, data structures, and user interfaces for GIS and mapping systems.
  • Determine map content and layout, as well as production specifications such as scale, size, projection, and colors, and direct production to ensure that specifications are followed.
  • Inspect final compositions to ensure completeness and accuracy.
  • Revise existing maps and charts, making all necessary corrections and adjustments.
  • Compile data required for map preparation, including aerial photographs, survey notes, records, reports, and original maps.
  • Prepare and alter trace maps, charts, tables, detailed drawings, and three-dimensional optical models of terrain using stereoscopic plotting and computer graphics equipment.
  • Delineate aerial photographic detail such as control points, hydrography, topography, and cultural features using precision stereo plotting apparatus or drafting instruments.
  • Build and update digital databases.
  • Examine and analyze data from ground surveys, reports, aerial photographs, and satellite images to prepare topographic maps, aerial-photograph mosaics, and related charts.
  • Identify, scale, and orient geodetic points, elevations, and other planimetric or topographic features, applying standard mathematical formulas.
  • Determine guidelines that specify which source material is acceptable for use.
  • Collect information about specific features of the Earth using aerial photography and other digital remote sensing techniques.
Photogrammetrist Resume Sample Keywords and Simple Phrases
  • Monitoring processes, materials, and surroundings
  • Interacting with computers and use library or online Internet research techniques
  • Developing and building teams, and coordinating the work and activities of others
  • Identifying objects, actions, and events
  • Updating and using relevant knowledge
  • Estimating the quantifiable characteristics of products, events, or information
  • Organizing, planning, and prioritizing work
  • Documenting/recording information
  • Monitor processes, materials, or surroundings
  • Evaluating information to determine compliance with standards
  • Training and Teaching Others
  • Communicating with supervisors, peers, or subordinates
  • Establishing and maintaining interpersonal relationships
  • Analyzing and processing data or information
  • Problem-solving, decision-making, creative-thinking
  • Read maps
  • Use spreadsheet software
  • Analyze technical data, designs, or preliminary specifications
  • Collect geographic or physical data
  • Research property records
  • Understand legal terminology
  • Analyze spatial data
  • Use drafting or mechanical drawing techniques
  • Understand engineering data or reports
  • Read technical drawings
  • Use geographical information system (GIS) software
  • Determine specifications
  • Use photogrammetric techniques
  • Understand property documents
  • Use computer aided drafting or design software for design, drafting, modeling, or other engineering tasks

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