Experience:
No experience
Employment Type:
Full time
Posted:
2/4/2018
Job Category:
Technician
Map Room Technician
(This job is no longer available)
Clark County | Springfield, OH
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Job Description

Map Room Technician

The Clark County Engineer's Department seeks to fill a Map Room Technician position.

The starting rate of pay is $13 - $17 per hour and will be required to complete a 180 calendar-day probationary period. Work hours are generally 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday-Friday.

Qualifications:

• Demonstrated knowledge and experience in performing the essential duties outlined in this Notice of Vacancy.

• At least 3 to 5 years of surveying and mapping or significant combination of formal training and experience preferred.

• Ability to read and understand deeds, surveys, and legal descriptions.

• Knowledge of spatial systems and geographical orientation.

• Basic knowledge of the County’s GIS Program and standardized software including ArcMap and ArcView are preferred.

• Knowledge of various types of surveys traditionally submitted for review, and knowledge of surveying software such as Traverse PC or AutoCad for use in performing mathematical closures of new boundary surveys.

• Ability to manage and resolve conflict in a professional manner.

• Excellent oral and written interpersonal communication skills.

• Outstanding customer service skills.

• High School diploma or equivalent.

• Must pass criminal background check.

An equal opportunity/american with disabilities act compliance employer, minority/female/veteran/handicapped.


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About Clark County

As the fifth-largest and one of the fastest-growing school districts in the nation, the Clark County School District (CCSD) expects to serve more than 300,000 students in the fall of 2006. For the past 10 years, CCSD has welcomed approximately 12,000 new students a year with no sign of slowing in the future. The projections made by the district historically have been very accurate - predicting student populations with an error rate of less than 1 percent. CCSD has one of the most aggressive building programs anywhere in the nation - building more schools (160) in the past 15 years than any other school district in the country. In November 1998, county voters approved $3.5 billion in funding for a 10-year building program. With these funds, the district promised to build new schools, renovate existing schools, acquire land for future school sites and provide two new bus yards. Schools built in the last decade have won Excellence in Design awards from the American Institute of Architects Nevada, two Awards of Excellence from the National School Board Association, the Monarch Award (among others) from the Council for Educational Facility Planners International, and the Learning Environment Award from the National Supply and Equipment Association.