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Professional Surveyor - Office of the Monroe County Surveyor

Posted: January 28

Serves as the licensed professional Land Surveyor in the Monroe County Surveyor’s Office and is responsible for administering those portions of the statutory duties of the Surveyor’s Office that constitute the “Practice of land surveying”, and require registration with the state board of registration for land surveyors. Maintains legal survey records and official corners of the Public Land Survey (PLS) System. Checks and references at least five percent of all government corners each year in accordance with IC 36-2-12-11. Perpetuates original section and quarter corners, as well as the center of section and 16th corners with established histories. Gathers evidence that may assist in determining the original location of each corner including, researching original PLS notes and plats, deeds, plats, surveys, highway plans, corner records, private survey records, aerial photography,

For additional information, please see the complete job description

 

GIS Coordinator - Office of the Monore County Surveyor

Posted: January 25

Coordinates all aspects of a county-wide Geographic Information System (GIS). Position is responsible for GIS data management and quality control, GIS application maintenance and development, GIS database administration, and performing administrative, professional, and technical work. Works in the County Surveyor’s Office under the general direction of the County Surveyor, but will coordinate many efforts with multiple departments throughout the County. Coordinates extensively with the Technical Services Department. Manages vendors working on GIS related projects. Assists County GIS users as needed, including assessing user needs and developing applications, analyzing feature data and attributes for County departments, and diagnosing and fixing software problems. Processes geographic information queries and outputs, such as plotting of maps, for County users and the public.

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Stormwater Construction Compliance Inspector - Muncie Sanitary District

Posted: September 17

Primarily responsible for technical work reviewing erosion and sediment control plans and inspecting public and private construction sites to ensure compliance with local, state and federal stormwater anti-pollution laws and permits. Inspector coordinates efforts for a regional stormwater strategy with municipal authorities. This is a paraprofessional position working under the direction of the MSD Bureau of Water Quality Director. Normally performs the job duties under the administrative direction and guidelines set by policy, performing the duty assignments with broad parameters defined by general organizational regulation and procedures.

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Environmental Protection Specialist - FEMA

Posted: August 14, 2020

FEMA Region V’s Mitigation Division is seeking candidates to apply for an exciting opportunity within the Environmental and Historic Preservation Team, serving as a key conduit between EHP and Hazard Mitigation Assistance. This position will review HMA grant projects for compliance with Environmental and Historic Preservation laws and regulations. The position will report directly to the Regional Environmental Officer.

This position will serve as the primary EHP compliance specialist for all projects submitted under the Hazard Mitigation Grant Program, Flood Mitigation Assistance Program, and Building Resilient Infrastructure and Communities Program in FEMA Region V. This position is being announced under FEMA’s Cadre of On-call Response / Recovery (CORE) Program. This is a temporary appointment in the Excepted Service, not to exceed 2 years, with the option to extend based on workload and funding availability.

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Geospatial Research Coordinator

Posted: August 5, 2020

The Polis Center at IUPUI. The role of the Geospatial Research Coordinator is to oversee, coordinate, and produce project deliverables and requirements within the center’s geospatial emphasis areas in disaster informatics and environmental resiliency.

Primary Duties and Responsibilities:

  • GIS analysis and reporting: Conduct complex analysis using ArcGIS and other software tools for a variety of research projects. Create charts, graphs, maps, and/or reports of the analytical results. Implement quality control procedures for all interim and deliverable products.
  • Data development, updates, and maintenance: Develop and transform data to better support project objectives. Assist in updating and maintaining complex GIS datasets. Communicate regularly with internal and external project partners to exchange data, resolve questions and share information.
  • Project Management and administration: Work with project stakeholders and partners to define research scope, goals, and deliverables of projects in line with program objectives. Assist the Geoinformatics Director to manage project dependencies and risks through project life cycles to meet project deadlines. This will include development and management of project plans, budgets and schedules, and providing status reports to project staff and partners. Conduct project team meetings and facilitate effective collaboration and brainstorming of cross-functional groups. Represent the Polis Center to stakeholders, clients, and colleagues through conferences, meetings, and presentations.
  • Miscellaneous Activities: Assist with software and project training. Document project processes and results. Occasional travel to in-state meetings may be required. Perform other related duties incidental to the work described herein.

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