Taylors Fire and Sewer District

3335 Wade Hampton Blvd, Taylors, SC 29687
Business Hours: 864-244-5596 | After Hours: 864-244-3980

Job Opening – GIS Analyst

Job Opening Open until October 13, 2017 at 3:30pm

Taylors Fire & Sewer District is currently accepting applications for a Sewer Technician.

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SEWER DISTRICT SEWER DEPARTMENT
JOB DESCRIPTION: Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Analyst

GENERAL POSITION DESCRIPTION:The purpose of this position is to develop, maintain, organize, administer and troubleshoot Geographic Information Systems (“GIS”) databases and to distribute GIS data for use in project planning, design and implementation, and to perform related technical work as required. This position is a non-exempt position under the Fair Labor Standards Act. This position reports to both the Director of Sewer Services and the Fire Chief. Employment is at-will meaning that the employment is not pursuant to a contract and can be terminated at any time for any reason or no reason at all by the employee or the employer without notice.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:

The tasks listed below are those that represent the majority of the time spent working in this position. Management may assign additional tasks related to the type of work of the position as necessary.

Develops, maintains, organizes and distributes GIS data to support District project planning, design and implementation.

Analyzes GIS technology requirements of the District’s departments; develops plans to implement new or modified technology to help meet the District’s needs.

Manages, coordinates and administers the Computerized Asset Management Program (CMMS). Performs in-house training, provides training and technical assistance.

Evaluates implementation requirements, and recommends resources needed.

Designs and produces GIS procedures to meet established needs; tests applications to ensure the desired end results.

Manages, coordinates and administers the SC811 “Pups” program for the District.

Works with other Districts and Municipalities to coordinate data development and maintenance with the District.

Gathers, compiles and processes GPS field data for use in GIS system.

Develops and maintains GIS and TVID databases and keeps information current.

Creates, plots and delivers maps for the District and outside agencies.

Develops, maintains, organizes and distributes GIS data to support District project planning, design and implementation.

Analyzes GIS technology requirements of the District’s departments; develops plans to implement new or modified technology to help meet the District’s needs.

Manages, coordinates and administers the Computerized Asset Management Program (CMMS). Performs in-house training, provides training and technical assistance.

Evaluates implementation requirements, and recommends resources needed.

Designs and produces GIS procedures to meet established needs; tests applications to ensure the desired end results.

Manages, coordinates and administers the SC811 “Pups” program for the District.

Works with other Districts and Municipalities to coordinate data development and maintenance with the District.

Gathers, compiles and processes GPS field data for use in GIS system.

Develops and maintains GIS and TVID databases and keeps information current.

Creates, plots and delivers maps for the District and outside agencies.

PHYSICAL AND DEXTERITY REQIREMENTS:

Requires sedentary work that involves walking or standing for brief periods, exerting up to 50 pounds of force on an occasional basis and up to 10 pounds of force on a recurring basis, and some dexterity in operating machines and office equipment.

ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARDS:
This job is exposed to no unusual environmental hazards.

DATA CONCEPTION:
Requires gathering, organizing, analyzing, examining or evaluating data or information and may prescribe action based on such data or information.

INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION:
Requires giving information, guidance or assistance to people to directly facilitate task accomplishment; may give directions, instruct, or assign duties to coworkers.

LANGUAGE ABILITY:
Requires reading technical instructions, procedures, manuals and charts to solve practical problems; composing routine reports and specialized reports, forms and business letters with proper format; speaking compound sentences using normal grammar and word form.

INTELLIGENCE:
Requires doing specialized technical or entry-level professional work requiring general understanding of operating policies and procedures and their application to problems not previously encountered; application of specialized technical or professional principles and practices or the use of a wide range of administrative methods in the solution of problems; requires normal attention with short periods of concentration for accurate results and occasional exposure to unusual pressure.

VERBAL APTITUDE:
Requires the ability to record and deliver information, to explain procedures, to follow and give oral and written instructions, to teach employees. Must be able to communicate effectively and efficiently in a variety of technical or professional terminology.

NUMERICAL APTITUDE:
Requires using algebra working with such factors as exponents, logarithms, linear and quadratic equations; concepts of analytic geometry, differentiation and integration of algebraic functions; statistics, applying such fractions as frequency distribution, reliability, validity and correlation techniques; finance and economics using financial and econometric models.

FORMS/SPATIAL APTITUDE:
Requires the ability to inspect items for proper length, width, and shape, and visually read various information.

MANUAL DEXTERITY:
Requires the ability to handle routine keyboard operations.

COLOR DISCRIMINATION:
Requires the ability to differentiate between colors and shades of color.

INTERPERSONAL TEMPERAMENT:
Requires the ability to deal with people beyond giving and receiving instructions. Must be adaptable to performing under minimal levels of stress when confronted with an emergency or tight deadline.

PHYSICAL COMMUNICATION:
Requires the ability to talk and hear: (talking: expressing or exchanging ideas by means of spoken words; hearing: perceiving nature of sounds by ear). Must be able to hear and understand communications through a telephone/radio.

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