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has specialized in wellsite and pipeline surveys for oil and natural gas producers and pipeline companies, operating in Western Canada since 1990.
is looking to add a Plan Checker to our Calgary office.
The successful candidate would be a part of a team that is responsible for the quality assurance and quality control of the Survey Plans received from the CAD department.
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