GENERAL STATEMENT OF DUTIES
Under general supervision, performs routine and semi-complex cartographic and property ownership tasks, preparing ownership maps; corrects existing maps and records, or re-maps existing areas; determines and verifies land ownership; does related work as required.
Works under the general supervision of the Chief Deputy Assessor who assigns work as necessary and reviews performance. May also receive technical and functional direction from the Sr. Cartographer/GIS Technician who may assign and review work.
May be assigned to provide technical and functional direction to co-workers, and to new or temporary employees.
Typical Duties - Duties include, but are not limited to the following
Requirements for the Position
EXPERIENCE AND TRAINING
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES
Considerable knowledge of cartographic principles and practices involved in the preparation of appraisal maps; working knowledge of computer-based mapping and processes to develop maps utilizing ESRI Geographic Information Systems (GIS); demonstrated knowledge of using GIS software to provide limited training for other users; ability to make simple to moderate computations using arithmetic, algebra, trigonometry and geometry necessary for cartographic activities; ability to interpret legal descriptions and survey data; ability to work from written and oral instructions and to carry out assigned tasks under supervision working towards independent work; ability to provide a positive working environment to other staff and ability to carry own workload; ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with supervisors, other employees and the general public.
Stands; sits; moves about the work area; bends forward; stoops; climbs 1 flight of stairs; reaches overhead; lifts and carries up to 20 lbs.; pushes and pulls up to 35 lbs.; operates a keyboard; uses rapid-mental/hand/eye coordination; speaks clearly and audibly; reads a 10 pt. font; distinguishes colors; hears a normal level of speech; works in areas that may be exposed to blood and/or body fluids. Daily or frequent exposure to common chemical elements such as those found in fabrics, carpeting, building materials, paints, solvents, finishes, fragrances, perfumes, toiletries, cleaning supplies, office supplies (including toner), animals or animal dander, and other organic or synthetic materials or compounds which may produce an allergic reaction to people with chemical sensitivities.
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