5216 Chief Surveyor
|Department||San Francisco Public Works|
|Date Opened||8/24/2018 5:00:00 PM|
|Salary||$57.89-75.78/hour, $4,631-6,063/bi-weekly, $120,046-157,638/year until 12/28/2019|
|Job Type||Temporary Exempt|
Division: Bureau of Street Use and Mapping
Appointment Type: Temporary-Exempt, Full-Time. This position is excluded by the Charter from the competitive civil service examination process and shall serve at the discretion of the Appointing Officer.
Please note, the salary listed above represents extended ranges that require department approval based upon special skills, recruitment/retention, limited duration or exemplary performance. Employees do not automatically advance into these additional steps.
Under general direction, manages a section or division by planning, assigning, directing, and reviewing the work of a group of technical and professional personnel engaged in land survey activities or the processing of map applications and the monument preservation and maintenance program.
Examples of Important and Essential Duties:
1. Manages a section or division by planning, assigning, monitoring, and evaluating the work of subordinates.
2. Reviews surveying or map requirements and resolves problems as needed.
3. Examines areas to be surveyed and assigns the appropriate survey party.
4. Checks field survey or map work in progress and directs subordinates when necessary.
5. Performs surveying or map processing operations when necessary to assist staff in difficult situations.
6. Manages the budget (including revenues for map processing division) for survey parties and map processing to ensure adequate staffing, supplies, and equipment.
7. Collects and reviews survey notes or map applications for completeness and accuracy.
8. Supervises the maintenance of official records, maps, and survey reports and the preparation of related reports.
9. Coordinates with other city agencies on requests for service, time schedules, and cost estimates.
10. Assists the Division Manager or Bureau Manager in making revisions of programs, objectives, and goals.
11. Develops, interprets, and coordinates surveying and map processing policy and methods for the department.
12. Processes and checks subdivision map applications, plans, and survey records prepared by licensed land surveyors for technical and record information accuracy with respect to the California Subdivision Map Act and the San Francisco Subdivision Codes and Regulations.
13. Writes and checks boundary legal descriptions and performs other professional duties which require a licensed land surveyor.
14. Manages horizontal and vertical control systems which may include use of Global Positioning System (GPS) monumentation/documentation program.
15. Implements and maintains Geographic Information System (GIS) base map system.
16. Updates codes and regulations and reviews proposed bills and budget, cost, and fee assessments.
17. Makes regular contacts with the general public, other departments, contractors, private surveyors, and outside organizations relative to municipal mapping and survey practices and procedures.
18. Prepares legislation to change official street legislation, approve subdivision maps, and refers same to the Board of Supervisors.
19. Routinely represents the department at public hearings and before the Board of Supervisors and various commissions.
20. Drives a vehicle to work sites and meetings when necessary.
21. Performs related duties as required.
1. Four years of experience supervising survey parties, including one year of experience in county subdivision mapping; AND
2. Possession of a valid California Professional Land Surveyor License, or a valid California Civil Engineer license (issued in 1981 or before); AND
3. Possession of a valid California driver license (at least Class C).
• Demonstrated progressively responsible professional land surveying experience including managing all aspects of survey projects from writing proposals and contracts, research and planning and then ensuring projects are delivered within budget and deadlines.
• Experience managing projects requiring compliance with state and local planning and subdivision code.
• Experience with high precision vertical and horizontal control networks, laser scanning data processing and geographic information systems.
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Issued: August 24, 2018
General Services Agency, Human Resources Administration
Recruitment ID#: TEX-5316-081641
SFPW/ mpc / (415) 554-6002
All employees hired on or after January 10, 2009 will be required (pursuant to San Francisco Charter Section A8.432) to contribute 2% of pre-tax compensation to fund retiree healthcare. In addition, most employees are required to make a member contribution towards retirement, ranging from 7.5%-13.25% of compensation. For more information on these provisions, please contact the personnel office of the hiring agency.
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