Organization: City of Belmont, California
Title: GIS Coordinator I/II/III
Location: Belmont, California
Under general direction, develop, enhance, maintain and support ongoing technology functions for the City’s Geographic Information System (GIS) and GIS-related database systems; works with user departments and/or interdepartmental project teams to identify, develop, and maintain new and existing GIS projects and systems. Supports the IT Manager and staff with City wide information systems.
GIS Coordinator I (Step 1 $7,329.89 - Step 6 $9,355.02) This is the entry-level position in the GIS Coordinator series. This class is distinguished from the GIS Coordinator II by the performance of more routine tasks and duties assigned to positions in this series. Employees at this level are not expected to perform with the same independence of direction and judgment as the journey and advanced journey levels. This class is typically used as an entry class, and employees may have only limited or no directly related work experience.
GIS Coordinator II (Step 1 $8,414.77 - Step 6 $10,739.58) This is the full journey level position in the GIS Coordinator series. This class is distinguished from the GIS Coordinator I position by the working knowledge of ESRI (Environmental Systems Research Institute) GIS applications and the performance of the full range of GIS data base manipulation including the full responsibility for producing complex mapping products. Incumbents are expected to apply working knowledge in developing programs for products and in the updating and maintaining mapping layers. Employees at this level work independently and receive only occasional instruction. This class is normally filled by advancement from level I or with employees with demonstrated knowledge and experience in a position equivalent to GIS Coordinator I.
GIS Coordinator III (Step 1 $9,874.94 - Step 6 $12,603.24) This is the advanced journey level classification in the GIS Coordinator series. This class differs from the immediately lower class of GIS Coordinator II by the level of responsibility assumed, as well as the size, diversity, and complexity of assigned tasks. Employees at this level perform at a higher level of difficulty and responsibility than those duties assigned to other classes within the series. Employees at this level are required to be fully trained and possess expert knowledge and significant related work experience.
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