|COMPUTER CARTOGRAPHER III|
|SEIU White Collar Non-Exempt|
|Performs technical work in the classification and filing of plans, drawings, project notes and records. An employee in this class is responsible for creating, maintaining, and updating City maps utilizing computer hardware. Work is performed under general supervision and is reviewed through observation of work and timeliness and accuracy of work product.|
|Creates, maintains, and updates computerized hard copy maps on a computer plotter; updates map books, plat sheets, sewer maps.
Computes boundary closures using knowledge of trigonometry.
Researches and compiles data including recorded and unrecorded plats; legal instruments, and private and government surveys.
Responds to questions from general public, governmental and private agencies concerning the information pertaining to property ownership; provides information when needed.
Determines scale dimension, radii, point location and other schematics and sketches.
Prepares legal descriptions and plots legal descriptions for notes and bounds descriptions and annexation; prepares annexation notices and monthly report of annexations.
Issues, assigns and verifies address.
May perform the responsibilities of CADD technicians in their absence.
Performs related work as required.
|Knowledge of the principles, practices and techniques of Civil Engineering and trigonometry.
Knowledge of topographic, planimetric and cadestral techniques.
Knowledge of computer graphic terms and equipment.
Knowledge of CADD technology.
Skill in writing simplified legal descriptions.
Skill in drawing complex plans and graphic representations using bearings and distances.
Ability to digitize manual maps and plans as required.
Ability to operate full size scanners, plotters and microfilm machines and GIS/AMS System.
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with employees, representatives of other agencies, and the general public.
Ability to operate computer for extended periods of time.
Career Promotional Path:
Last performance evaluation must have resulted in an overall meets standards rating or better with no goal rating of less than meets standards.
|High school graduate with four (4) years experience in drafting, CADD and mapping of legal descriptions using GIS and/or computerized mapping applications. College coursework in Cartography, Geography, Engineering and Photogrammetry may substitute for experience on a case-by-case basis.
REVISIONS: 4/22/13 - CF - Updated language in document from Drafting to CADD, per Dept. request.