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Kansas Employer GIS Analyst #22-6-3 in Leavenworth, Kansas

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VACANCY #22-6-3


Posted 6/24/2022 **POSITION OPENING EFFECTIVE 6-24-2022**

POSITION: GIS ANALYST, GIS Department, Leavenworth, KS

SALARY: $24.96 - $29.24/hour (Full Time – Benefits Eligible)

County Employees: May submit their application to the Human Resources Department, 1st Floor Suite 104, in the County Courthouse, via email to hr@leavenworthcounty.gov, or via fax to (913) 684-1028.

General Public: May apply at the Leavenworth Workforce Center, 515 Limit Street, Leavenworth,

Kansas or EMAIL applications to hr@leavenworthcounty.gov or fax the application to (913) 684-1028.

Application may be found on the Leavenworth County website at www.leavenworthcounty.gov

This position closes when filled.

LEAVENWORTH COUNTY JOB DESCRIPTION TITLE: GIS Analyst DEPARTMENT: GIS Department PAY LEVEL: Level 20 ($24.96/hr to $29.24/hr) EXEMPT/NON-EXEMPT: N LOCATION: Leavenworth County Courthouse SUPERVISOR: GIS Director SUPERVISES: No PERCENTAGE OF TIME ACCOUNTABILITIES 40% 1. Technical Knowledge of GIS Software. Stays updated on

ESRI ArcMap Software through classes and hands- on education.

35% 2. Public Relations. Professional relations with taxpayers, contractors, other offices and municipalities. Supply map information in a variety of mediums.

15% 3. Clerical. Maintain paperwork on billing, sales, petty cash, budget line items, etc.

5% 4. Personal Appearance. Projects a professional appearance by taste in dress and personal hygiene.

5% 5. Safety. Familiar with procedures related to use and handling of ammonia used in blue print machines.



SCOPE Formats and generates a variety of GIS products including standard and custom maps and map series,

and standard map templates. Maintains, updates, and designs shapefiles and geospatial databases;

extracts, cleans, adjusts, and converts data and information from non-GIS systems into GIS formats; uses

scripts, queries, and other tools to obtain and/or correct missing or incorrect spatial and attribute data.

Assists in designing, developing, testing, and implementing GIS applications to meet customer needs and

organization requirements. Utilizes ArcGIS Online and Portal for ArcGIS to create web maps and related

applications. Finds, obtains, downloads, and organizes data. Performs quality control operations to

ensure the accuracy and completeness of all data.

Read property legal descriptions, plats, and surveys and draw them on mylar maps. Create and edit

digital maps in coverages and shapefiles using ESRI ArcMap Software. Add annotation and text to digital

map layers. Link excel spreadsheets created from downloading data from county Appraiser’s CAMA files

to make specific maps. Digitize subdivisions, agricultural maps, etc. using a digitizer tablet. Create

requested maps delineating parcels selected by graphic tools or querying map layers using ArcMap tools

such as Buffer. Perform QC work on map layers using ArcCatalog and ArcView. Create ArcReader maps

using ArcPublisher Software. Manage aerial photos and vector layers with ArcSDE. Convert Arc

coverages to GeoDatabases. Plot large-format paper maps from digital files. Work with all county

departments that use maps and identify their needs and supply sufficient mapping support for their office

to function. Manage all other GIS personnel in the office and ensure Emergency Service NG911 and

Appraiser’s office map work is completed accurately and meets all deadlines.

KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS: (*Required prior to employment)

1. Knowledge of office policies and procedures.

2. Knowledge of the principles, techniques, and equipment used with ESRI ArcMap software.

3. Knowledge of legal terminology concerning land descriptions

4. Work collaboratively and independently as a member of an integrated office environment

5. Flexibility to take direction from multiple reporting seniors

6. Knowledge of land surveying sufficient to convert data for mapping

7. Knowledge of property transaction records located in the County departments.

8. Knowledge of photogrammetry, geo-referencing digital imag