[OKGIS] Job Postings from the Oklahoman

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Title: Message
Just in case anyone who might be interested missed these in the paper.
Job Title: GIS Systems Coordinator
Department: Planning Commission
Address 320 Robert S. Kerr, Rm 101, OKC, OK 73102
Supervisor Tyler Gammon
Phone (405)713-1190
Fax (405)-713-6290
E-mail CountyHR@oklahomacounty.org
Job Description Seeking experienced individual who will be responsible for creating and maintaining all mapping requirements for the Oklahoma County Engineer and Oklahoma County Department of Planning. Selected candidate will also provide information to public entities, as well as members of the Construction Industry as it relates to building permits, lot splits, zoning changes, and new developments. Also will serve as intradepartmental computer liaison and web-site coordinator. COUNTY APPLICATION OR RESUME WILL BE ACCEPTED UNTIL 5:00 PM Tuesday, August 2nd. SUBMIT TO OKLAHOMA COUNTY HUMAN RESOURCES, 217 N. HARVEY, SUITE 500, OKC, OK 73102.
Experience Demonstrated experience with computer aided design (i.e. AutoCad), and with ArcView is required.
Education Associate's degree or equivalent from two-year college or technical school; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Number of Openings 1
Salary Info $2,100 per month
Hours per Week 40
Work Days M-F
Work Hours 8-5
How to Apply Email, Send/Fax Resume, In-person
Close Date 8/2/2004
Systems Analyst II
NOTE: A supplemental questionnaire must be completed for your application to be considered. This questionnaire is available through the online application process. If you are not applying online, you can obtain a copy of this questionnaire from the Personnel Department. City Employees may apply online at http://okcportal.okc.gov/. Login will require your City email address and password. Outside applicants apply at www.okc.gov/jobs. Interested applicants can also apply at the Personnel Department, Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.


Salary: $50,404 to $77,026
Starting salaries typically in the lower pay steps, DOQ

Applications with resumes will be accepted from July 13, 2004 to July 23, 2004.

This position is located primarily in the Information Technology Department with The City of Oklahoma City and is under the direction of the Geographic Support Manager. Work is performed on an independent basis, requiring previously acquired knowledge of technical information systems and various computer hardware and software environments. Primary work will focus on implementation, data conversions, maintenance, and modifications to Geographical Information Systems. Essential job functions include: evaluating existing information systems and procedures; analyzing cost statistics and preparing economic comparisons of alternatives; compiling and preparing logical systems documentation; and designing, coding, testing, documenting and implementing new and replacement systems. Specific tasks include, but are not limited to: conducting and producing comprehensive needs assessments; preparing detailed systems logic flow charts, diagrams, format layouts and specifications; evaluating computer hardware and software; preparing time and cost estimates; and writing detailed narrative documentation. The Systems Analyst II supervises the activities of a work section comprised of GIS Analysts, Programmer Analysts, and other personnel as assigned. As a technical expert, the employee acts as a liaison between various user departments and Information Technology. Work efforts and final products are reviewed at the discretion of the supervisor.

Veteran Preferences:

Note: A five-point preference will be awarded on the initial scored selection process for honorably discharged veterans of the United States Armed Forces not currently employed full time by the City of Oklahoma City. Qualified applicants must submit a copy of their DD Form 214 indicating discharge type/character of service in person, mail, or fax at 405-297-2137.

· Knowledge of computer hardware and software systems.
· Skill in designing, implementing, and evaluating systems/ applications.
· Skill in preparing and analyzing systems documentation and test data.
· Knowledge of and skill in applying programming methods and techniques using COBOL.
· Knowledge of computer resource material.
· Skill in supervising.
· Skill in conveying technical information, both verbally and in writing, in a clear and understandable form to users.
· Knowledge of and ability to apply standard managerial and administrative concepts and principles.
· Ability and willingness to make work related decisions and assume responsibility for decisions made.
· Ability to operate peripheral computer equipment such as printers, keyboards, etc.
· Ability and willingness to establish and maintain effective working relationships.

· Experience and skill in the following technologies:
o ERSI ARCGIS Software Suites
o Web Development
o MS Visual Studio
o ASP.Net
o Web Services
o Multi-Tier Applications
o SQL Server Database Design and Stored Procedure programming
· Experience leading full life cycle development projects
· BS degree or higher in Computer Science, Information Technology, Engineering, Geography, or Geographical Information Systems

· Primarily inside in a climate controlled environment.
· Subject to frequent low level noise from data processing equipment.
· Occasionally required to work beyond normal scheduled work week.
· Occasional local travel and occasional out-of-town travel.

· Strength enough to lift and carry items such as computer equipment weighing up to 50 lbs.
· Arm/hand steadiness enough to demonstrate and operate computing equipment such as personal computers, graphic work station, digitizers, plotters, etc.
· Manual and finger dexterity enough to operate equipment such as personal computers, audio-visual, and other training aids.
· Near vision enough to read, write, and develop training materials such as audio visuals and slides, and to input data and read data on a computer screen.
· Speech and hearing enough to communicate clearly and distinctly by telephone and in person.

Vacation 96 hours per year.
Sick Leave 130 hours per year.
Holidays 10 regular holidays per year.
Injury Insurance Effective day of employment.
Retirement Jointly paid by the City and employee.
Credit Union Full banking services.
Life Insurance City provides $5,000 term coverage; optional, supplemental and dependent coverage available at low rates.
Health Insurance or Health Several plans are available; for employee and dependent coverage.
Maintenance Organization
Dental Insurance Dental plan options are available for employee and dependent(s) coverage at reasonable rates.
Disability Plan City pays 60% of predisability income.

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