Job Summary: Under the direction of the Chief Appraiser or designee, supervises, oversees, and directs the operations and administrative staff of the GIS Division for the Chatham County Board of Assessors, including administrative support, human resources management, and active participation in the work product of the division. Plans, organizes, and supervises the workload of assigned staff. Responsible for overseeing the locating, identifying, and maintaining the accuracy of all property parcels in Chatham County using ESRI ArcGIS software. Responsible for quality control of Chatham County’s cadastral data using ArcGIS. Manages, oversees, and reviews the entry of data in related databases and department file systems and makes corrections when needed. Responds to complaints and complex questions; researches problems and initiates problem resolution. Drafts polices and makes recommendations. Maintains strong and active participation and relationships with supervisors, subordinates, and the public. Represents the Board of Assessors and its interests in meetings with other departments. Performs directly related work as required under the provisions of O.C.G.A. Title 48 Chapter 5, Department of Revenue Substantive Rules and Regulations.
Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree in Geography, or GIS related field, supplemented by four (4) years of progressively responsible experience in GIS or closely related field, and some senior-level mapping work and/or senior-level appraisal work and/or senior-level administrative experience; or seven (7) years of an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience in a closely-related field. Must be able to supervise, train, and evaluate subordinates; must be able to conduct work-related research using a personal computer and present research and data in a variety of formats including but not limited to carto visualization, reports, presentations, and specialized assessment notices. Must be able to work under time sensitive deadlines. Must be able to lift/move 20-25 lbs. Must be able to utilize computer software and systems applicable to the area of assignment, including but not limited to CAMA (Computer Assisted Mass Appraisal), Microsoft Office Suite, and GIS software.
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