Job: Assessor Mapping Supervisor, County of Sonoma, Santa Rosa, CA
Assessor Mapping Supervisor
Santa Rosa, CA 95403 United States
$28.98 - $35.23 Hourly; $2,326.34 - $2,828.05 Biweekly; $5,040.39 - $6,127.44 Monthly; $60,484.74 - $73,529.24 Annually
With approximately 183,000 parcels of land in Sonoma County, the Assessor's Office relies on a team of 64 assessment professionals to determine the assessed value of each parcel. The Mapping Unit is responsible for maintaining nearly 7,000 assessment parcel maps that show ownership and tax rate area boundaries. The Mapping Unit uses computer aided drafting (CAD)
software to create, revise, and update parcel maps with information gathered from recorded deeds, subdivision maps, parcel maps, and records of survey.
The Assessor Mapping Supervisor is instrumental in providing the residents of Sonoma County with accurate and timely property assessments by establishing mapping and production standards and coordinating mapping schedules. The Assessor Mapping Supervisor is responsible for supervising, training, and directing the work of the Mapping Unit in addition to resolving conflicts and problems with property boundaries, title, and other related areas.
The ideal candidate will have:
-Training in advanced AutoCAD cadastral mapping techniques
-The ability to interpret legal descriptions, deeds, and other assessment documents
-General knowledge of Geographic Information System practices
-Experience supervising, leading, and training staff
Education: Any combination of educational course work and training that demonstrates possession of the listed knowledge and abilities. Normally, academic courses or training in mechanical and computer drafting, engineering, surveying, trigonometry, geometry, and related fields would provide such an opportunity. Specific training in advanced AutoCAD cadastral mapping techniques and other software that can be integrated with AutoCad is highly desirable.
Experience: Any combination of training and work experience that demonstrates possession the listed knowledge and abilities. Normally, five years of work experience interpreting legal property descriptions and drawing accurate, scale maps using both mechanical drafting and CAD software including one year of experience functioning in a lead capacity would provide such an
opportunity. Two years of experience as a Cadastral Mapping Technician II meets this requirement.
Note: Employees in the class of Cadastral Mapping Supervisor serve a 12-month probationary period.
License: Possession of a valid driver's license at the appropriate level including special endorsements, as required by the State of California, may be required depending upon assignment to perform the essential job functions of the position.
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