Perform the most difficult and complex mapping assignments using automated mapping technology to produce, save and maintain map data in multiple electronic environments.
Prioritize, assign and review the work of staff involved in cadastral mapping using either manual or automated techniques; and provide technical assistance to others as needed.
Perform advanced processing functions using established commands and software options, incorporating or converting data from other systems, to create database files and produce final reports.
Resolve discrepancies, erroneous and incomplete information and troubleshoot and perform related research as needed to maintain accuracy of data and to answer questions from staff or others; and coordinate processes with other departments or agencies as needed.
Develop and/or modify GIS programming as necessary to accommodate user’s needs; verify accuracy of digitized data using source material to ensure the quality of computer automated projects.
Prepare maps, line drawings, color graphics, charts, graphs and other documents or materials for use in brochures, reports and presentations to the Board of Supervisors, the Assessment Appeals Board, various commissions, boards or other public agencies.
Assist the public at the counter, on the telephone, or through correspondence, providing information and answering questions on assessment maps or regarding properties on the assessment roll, ownership history, newly created or divided parcels, property address and road names and related matters.
Research, write and interpret legal descriptions, metes and bounds; search recorded deeds and surveys to determine correct locations and description of properties; make necessary survey and boundary calculations; compile statistics; and check mathematical data.
Compute acreage, plot land descriptions to accurate scale; and interpret legal descriptions of property.
Compile tax information for proposed redevelopment projects or jurisdictional boundary changes for the Local Agency Formation Commission.
Update, modify, convert or reconcile Assessor parcel maps to reflect jurisdictional changes of taxing agencies, changes in tax rate areas, new state utility roll maps, or other changes in the status of parcels; and maintain a complete set of Assessor's parcel maps.
Prepare tax estimates for newly created parcel maps and subdivisions, by gathering information on present and future appraised values, supplemental assessments and ownership.
Operate and design mapping computer software to produce maps in an electronic environment; and input mapping information into the Assessor's computer system.
Maintain ownership, history and situs files; and update and complete other appropriate records, reports, and documents following designated procedures.
Maintain inventory of supplies and materials including maps at public counter; purchase as necessary.
Create spatial overlays and compose plots in support of staff projects; and make copies of maps, collect fees and prepare receipts for copies.
Provide technical assistance to others as needed.
Maintain mapping equipment and mapping related computer software; and troubleshoot problems and appropriate solutions.
Build and maintain positive working relationships with co-workers, other County employees and the public using principles of good customer service.
Follow County policies and procedures.
Work in a safe manner at all times.
Perform related duties as assigned.