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Minimum Qualifications Eligible for a Section 70.1 transfer or on the Mapping Technologist 3 eligible list. All other applicants, please submit a cover letter and resume. Open Competitive: bachelor's degree, including or supplemented by 21 semester credit hours in Geographic Information Systems(GIS), surveying, cartography, and/or photogrammetry, and nine additional semester credit hours in any combination of cartography, photogrammetry, GIS, computer science, remote sensing, photo interpretation, statistics, and/or surveying AND three years of professional experience making recommendations and decisions relating to the selection, planning and production of mapping projects and independent research and evaluation activities which require knowledge and application of the technical principles and practices of GIS and/or photogrammetry. SUBSTITUTIONS: a masters degree in cartography, photogrammetry, surveying, or GIS can be substituted for the educational requirement and one year of the required experience.
Duties Description Duties may include but are not limited to the following: Administration of Agency GIS programs managing all GIS operations and activities associated with implementation and enhancement of the Agency GIS; supervise and perform project management of GIS staff in the Planning Department; supervise GIS work product of staff in other Agency divisions;
Manage production of Agency geospatial data including high accuracy cartographic and photogrammetric products; manage standards and quality control for projections, coordinate systems, control surveys, map design, enterprise database construction, editing, analysis, and metadata documentation; provides administrative guidance for policies, procedures, specifications and standards for high quality mapping products by staff and contract services;
Perform program planning and management for advancement of Agency GIS systems supporting new technical applications, automated functions including scripting and modeling, and geospatial equipment recommendations;
Attends, participates in and conducts meetings; updates mapping web pages and other mapping related information sources, for internal and/or public use; represents the Agency at State, regional, and local meetings;
Supervises subordinate staff; determines staff work assignments and priorities; reviews, monitors, and evaluates staff and work products; approves leave and tracks time and attendance; completes performance evaluations; and trains staff, including staff from other agencies
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