|Salary Details||$67,739.36 - $80,897.44 annually ($32.567 - $38.893 per hour) plus excellent benefits|
|Required Experience||0 - 1 years|
Nature of Work:
Under general supervision of the Public Works and Utilities Director, or Designee, provides direction and development of the City’s geographic information system (GIS) and maintenance management system (MMS).
- Cartographic mapping production.
- Perform GIS mapping updates and data entry referencing construction plans, field sketches and miscellaneous information.
- Perform field inspections to resolve mapping discrepancies.
- Create custom reports from the GIS and MMS databases.
- Manage information in an orderly and logical manner consistent with the city’s GIS directory and database structure.
- Provide GIS and MMS user support.
- Modify and customize the MMS.
- Manage, modify and customize the GIS.
- Manage raster imagery collection and migration to the GIS.
- Manage the annual storm water billing process.
- Manage the GIS addressing and geocoding.
- Web mapping management and development.
- Research a variety of records.
- Perform spatial and tabular analysis.
- MS Access development and customization.
- Manage contracts related to the GIS, MMS and Cad.
$67,739.36 - $80,897.44 annually ($32.567 - $38.893 per hour).
Excellent benefits include longevity pay after completion of 5 years, medical, dental and vision coverage for employee and dependents, life insurance, long-term disability insurance, vacation/sick leave accrual, PERS retirement and deferred compensation plan matching. Employee shares 12.5% of the medical premium. Position is represented by AFSCME Local 1619.
- Two-year college degree in engineering or surveying technology, ESRI certifications in Desktop and Geodata management and three years of experience as a GIS analyst or manager in an engineering or utility (operations) setting.
- Or, Two-year college degree in engineering or surveying technology and five years of experience as a GIS analyst or manager in an in an engineering or utility (operations) setting.
- Must have computer experience with ESRI, AutoCad, Word, Excel, Access, Powerpoint, SQL Server (or equivalent RDBMS), and Cityworks (or equivalent MMS).
- Possession of a valid Washington State driver's license at the time of appointment, or the ability to obtain one within thirty (30) days, and a driving record acceptable to the City's Risk Manager.
- Cartographic mapping.
- Gis, engineering and surveying principles and practices.
- Database and geodatabase management.
- Project administration.
- Utility operations and construction projects.
- Maintenance management systems.
- SQL and HTML programming.
- ESRI modeler.
- Geoprocessing and geocoding.
- Map projections and datums.
- Operate large format plotters and scanners.
- Prepare cartographic maps using ArcMap.
- Manage, modify and customize the GIS using ArcCatalog.
- Create, modify and customize map services using ArcGIS Server Manager.
- Develop custom geoprocesses using ESRI Model Builder.
- Modify and customize the MMS using Cityworks Designer.
- Manipulate, filter and migrate data Using ArcTools, ArcMap, MS Access or SQL Server.
- Establish and maintain effective working relationships with fellow employees and the general public.
- Apply City and Department policies and procedures.
- Read, write, and speak the English language at a level necessary for efficient job performance.
To Apply: Apply online at www.cityofpa.us/jobcenter . Please complete the online application and attach a letter of interest and resume.
Selection Process: Applicants will be evaluated on the qualifications and related experience. Only those selected for an interview will be contacted. COPA is an EOE.
Applicants can apply online here: https://www.cityofpa.us/1174/GIS-Analyst---Public-Works
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