Job Detail

Organization: City of Belleview
Title: GIS Mapping and Asset Specialist
Location: Belleview, FL

Posted: 2022-10-26
Application Deadline:

Position Description:

Starting Salary: $68,298.05

II. JOB DESCRIPTION: This position performs highly responsible and advanced technical work involved in creating plans utilizing AutoCAD based on Project Engineer designs, analysis and evaluation of existing or proposed geographic information systems (GIS), and designing solutions and technical procedures to process GIS data with particular training to the implementation of GIS, for both the Public Works and Development Services Departments. This position works independently, but reports directly to the Public Works Director and coordinates with the Development Services Director.

The following statements describe the principal functions of this job and its scope of responsibility, but should not be considered an all-inclusive listing of work requirements. Individuals may perform other duties as assigned, including working in other functional areas to cover absences or relief, to equalize peak work periods, or otherwise to balance the work load.
1. Performs field review and inspection of assigned projects and improvement plans submitted to the Public Works and / or the Development Services Department for approval.
2. Coordinates and assists in the preparation of contract documents, permitting, agreements, and related documentation.
3. Assists, participates, and coordinates public meetings, contractor meeting, consultant meetings, and other meetings related to functional area and projects under charge.
4. Provides periodic inspection for the construction of assigned projects; assists in the overall design and planning of Public Works projects.
5. Conducts project as-builts reviews to ensure adherence to established standards, plans, specifications, and related requirements.
6. Maintains water and sewer mapping for as-builts.
7. Maintains Zoning and Land use mapping for the Development Services Department.
8. Supervises collection of field data for GIS database update.
9. Performs update of GIS system utilizing field data, hard copies, and other pertinent information.
10. Researches, creates, manages and maintains GIS spatial and tabular data to provide the users with the most current accurate available data.
11. Prepares comprehensive documentation and operational instructions for the GIS applications; prepares all training aids.
12. Provides internal GIS user support for project development and utilization of GIS data.
13. Researches, creates, manages and maintains GIS spatial and tabular data to provide the users with the most current and accurate available data.
14. Performs data analyses on spatial and tabular data to produce reports, maps, graphs, and/or charts as requested by management and user departments.
15. Creates visual representations of GIS database to assist department and users in optimization of their duties.
16. Creates a complete working set of construction plans utilizing AutoCAD, including but not limited to plan/profile, cross sections and surface, based on the design provided by the Project Engineer.
17. Prepares plans, maps, and illustrations from legal descriptions, survey field notes, and other sources.
18. Implements technical methodologies for creation and use of spatial and tabular data. Prepares and interprets source documents and spatial data for digital conversion.
19. Supplies first line quality control of all departmental GIS data, which includes spatial alignment, accuracy, GPS validation, etc. as required.
20. Supports the organization’s guiding principles and core values.
21. Provide GIS map layer for files upon request to Property Appraiser, U.S. Census Bureau, and other related agencies.
22. Maintain the GIS Online iFrame on the City website.

1. Represents the Public Works Director or the Development Services Director at other meetings as requested.

1. Performs direct customer service to City employees and the general public in person, by telephone, and through written communications.
2. Communicates clearly and courteously to assist the public both in person, on the telephone or in written format.
3. Direct contact with other employees in issuing directives.
4. Reports to work appropriately dressed at the assigned time and proceeds with job function unless otherwise directed.

Temporary modifications to provide reasonable accommodations do not waive any essential functions of the job requirements.

This employee must be capable of accomplishing the following tasks: sitting for lengthy periods at a computer terminal; writing legibly to complete various forms; using manual dexterity and eye coordination for use in computer data entry and calculator manipulations; visually auditing various reports and computer printouts for accuracy; thinking and working independently; communicating clearly and courteously with customers, citizens and governmental professionals in person, over the telephone and in written form; while in the field, this position may be required to sit, walk, climb, balance, stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl; vision requirements are close, distance, color, and peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus. This position may work varied hours to accommodate deadlines, emergencies or meetings; travel to and from various meetings and construction sites is required.

1. This employee has an office in the Dennis Monroe Public Works Complex.
2. This position, in conjunction with current city operations, normally works a four ten-hour day work week from Monday through Thursday.
3. This position is considered an “essential employee” and may be required to report for work for any declared emergency or major disaster.
4. The job functions may require periodic field work to assist the Public Works or Development Service Director.
5. Equipment used: standard, modern office equipment including a computer, calculator, telephone, fax machine, copy machine and blueprint machine, as well as various field equipment such as basic survey instruments, hand augers, and other tools of the trade in the completion of the tasks of the position.

Language Skills:
1. Ability to read, analyze, and interpret common scientific and technical journals, financial reports, and legal documents.
2. Ability to effectively present information to commission, management, public groups and / or boards.
Mathematical Skills:
3. Ability to work with mathematical concepts such as probability and statistical inference, and fundamentals of plan and solid geometry and trigonometry.
4. Ability to apply concepts such as fractions, percentages, ratios, and proportions to practical
Problem Solving Skills:
5. Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables in situations where only limited standardization exists.
6. Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables in situations where only limited standardization exists.
7. Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram, or schedule form.
8. Ability to interpret complex and detailed technical data.
9. May assist in development of policy, programs, plans, or procedures.
Specialized Skills and Abilities:
10. Advanced knowledge of the current GIS software, relational database fundamentals and local area networking fundamentals.
11. Advanced knowledge of terminology, practices, and techniques used in geographic information systems.
12. Ability to present information and respond to questions from groups of managers, clients, customers and the general public.
13. Knowledge of the Land Development Code.
14. Knowledge of permitting requirements; knowledge of overall planning for engineering requirements.
15. Strong organizational skills; ability to analyze and prioritize data; ability to meet multiple deadlines.
16. Ability to remain calm in stressful situations.
17. Ability to take a teamwork approach to any job by cooperating with others, offering to help when needed, and considering team goals.
General Skills:
18. Knowledge of the functions, operations, and activities of city, state, and federal governments.
19. Knowledge of construction and development contracts, including timelines and draw requests.

1. Associates degree or equivalent from a two-year college or technical school, plus
2. Ten years training and / or experience in Geographic Information Systems, or
3. Ten years progressively responsible work experience, preferably in a local government public works, development services, engineering or construction fields, or
4. Equivalent combination of education and experience

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