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GIS_GPS TECHNICIAN I - Consolidated Utility District - Murfreesboro, TN
Posted on March 23rd, 2015

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​CUDRC seeks qualified applicants for one GIS_GPS Technician I position.

Interprets information from recorded maps, engineering plans, etc. for GIS entry.Assists in maintaining the District’s GIS/GPS equipment.Reviews and verifies GIS digital files and related databases.Uses GIS software to query location, relationships, etc., of map features and data.Generates products such as reports, maps, and exhibits using GIS software.Provides technical support to the system’s users.GPS data collection of District assets as needed.Provides related duties as needed.

Work requires broad knowledge in a general professional or technical field. Bachelor’s degree in related field or equivalent preferred.Principles and practices of GIS; ESRI GIS software, computer hardware operating systems; land base information; methods and techniques of engineering; basic knowledge oThe website can be found here: sewer and water and/or facility inventory functions; mathematics, including algebra, geometry, trigonometry, and statistics; map design and cartography; and survey principles.Two years’ experience as a GIS Technician or equivalent, utility experience preferred.

Ability to gather and analyze data.Ability to review and interpret engineering drawings and related plans.Ability to resolve problems and/or complaints.Ability to read scientific technical journals, technical manuals, maps, etc.Practical application of fractions, percentages, ratios/proportions and measurement.Ability to write reports, prepare business letters, expositions, and summaries.Ability to think independently within the limits of policies, standards, and precedents.Effective interaction with others within the organization.

Work is a balance of field work in a variety of settings and weather conditions and office work. Physical demands include but are not limited to: balancing, bending, carrying, climbing, crawling, crouching, heavy driving and frequent entering-exiting vehicle, fine dexterity (hand movement computer keyboard, writing, mouse, GPS equipment), foot controls, keen hearing, kneeling, lifting, pushing/pulling, reaching, sitting, standing, talking, twisting, good vision, and distance walking.

Must meet residential policy requirements of a 25 mile radius and maintain that status as a condition of continued employment.Ability to obtain State of TN Water Distribution System Operator Grade II Certificate of Competency.Valid Tennessee Driver’s License and good driving record.

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