Assists in the management and maintenance of various Geographical Information System (GIS) related asset datasets stored in a variety of enterprise level asset databases. Participates in the development of strategic and tactical plans and programs in maximizing El Paso County’s transportation infrastructure. Conducts data analysis and provides various deliverables such as reports, maps, and other related documents. This position is part of the Geospatial Analyst career progression series, which includes Geospatial Analyst I, Geospatial Analyst II, and Geospatial Analyst III. An employee is eligible to advance to the next position within the series when the employee has met the criteria for advancement as notated within the job description and has received a recommendation from the Hiring Authority.
Additional Level II and III functions:
To qualify for Geospatial Analyst at any level:
To qualify as Geospatial Analyst I:
To qualify as Geospatial Analyst II:
To qualify as Geospatial Analyst III:
Must possess and maintain a valid Colorado Driver's License.
Work is primarily performed in an office and/or remote work environment; occasionally will be required to perform work in the field under adverse weather conditions.
This job announcement is not intended to be inclusive of all functions, responsibilities and qualifications associated with the position, however, representative of the essential job functions and typical criteria considered necessary to successfully perform the position.
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