GIS Technician

County of Grundy–Job Posting

 

Date of Posting:                               December 10, 2015

Applications Accepted Until:       Posted until filled Job Title:                         GIS Technician

Employee Status:                             Part-Time, 13-19 hours/wk, Non-Exempt

Pay range:                                           $18.00 – $22.00

 

SUMMARY:

The GIS Technician is responsible for cadastral/parcel map creation and/or maintenance. Maps are constructed or maintained using data sources such as subdivision as well as other plats, surveys, surveyor notes, deeds, aerial photography interpretation and other client sources, instructions, and/or databases. All data sources are used to create an accurate cadastral GIS.

 

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Complete projects using ESRI’s ArcGIS products. These projects include:
  • GIS data creation
  • GIS data conversion
  • Map production and cartography
  • Completion of project and tasks in a timely manner
  • Prepare production projects for delivery
  • Conduct QA/QC procedures to ensure accuracy
  • Assist other departments if required. Training may be required
  • Process documentation and mapping parcel creation of divisions of land and/or combinations of land including but not limited to the following documentation:
    • Deeds
    • Surveys
    • Subdivisions/Condominiums
    • Annexations
    • Vacations
    • Combinations
    • Division by Request
    • Court Order of Judgments
    • All other Client requests
  • Research resources such as survey maps and legal descriptions in order to verify property lines and to obtain information needed to ensure an accurate cadastral and GIS database(s) as provided and as necessary
  • Utilize aerial photography to ensure proper parcel and/or polygons layout through aerial occupation or legal description reference points updating boundaries, water locations and topographic features as necessary
  • Redraw and correct parcel and/or polygon layouts to reflect provided, current and most accurate documentation as necessary
  • Compile accurate abbreviated tax legal descriptions as necessary
  • Compile map change forms as necessary
  • Utilize scales, line types, sizes and colors for hard copies of computerized maps using printers and/or plotters as necessary
  • Identify, research and resolve anomalies in legal land descriptions, referring issues to manager/supervisor and/or client as appropriate and as necessary
  • Compiling cadastral and GIS data utilizing “Mapping Standards and Practices”
    • Prepare hard copy and/or digital data deliveries
    • All other duties as assigned or required

 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Must have considerable proficiency using ESRI software including ArcMap editing toolsto create or update cadastral layers and maps showing property boundaries, political subdivisions, and taxing districts.
  • Ability to plot maps from legal descriptions, deeds, survey data, tract descriptions and existing maps utilizing a relational database management system.
  • Read and interpret complex or detailed data, policies, or legal descriptions related to title searches and the preparation of cadastral maps.
  • Make mathematical computations to calculate bearings, distances, areas and closures.
  • Requires the ability to compile and create analytical reporting.
  • Valid driver’s license.

 

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Geographic Information Systems or closely related field, plus 2 years related experience as detailed in the Essential Duties and Responsibilities and Qualifications sections is preferred.
  • Associate’s degree or equivalent degree from a two year college or technical school, plus 4 years of experience as detailed in the Essential Duties and Responsibilities and Qualifications sections, or any combination of education, experience, and training which provides the required knowledge and
  • Experience with communicating effectively both orally and in writing, with all levels of staff, vendors, and constituents.
  • Must be well organized, accurate, and attentive to details.

 

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand, walk, sit, talk, hear, see, and use fingers, hands, and arms.  The employee must frequently lift and/or carry up to 10 pounds and 33 pounds occasionally.

Any qualified applicant with a disability and requiring reasonable assistance or accommodation to the application and/or interview process should notify the HR Department.

 

TO APPLY: Candidates must meet the minimum requirements of the position in order to be considered.

Send resume and salary requirements to HR@grundyco.org with “GIS Technician” in the subject line or mail to Grundy County Administration, Attn: HR 1320 Union Street, Morris, IL 60450

 

No phone calls please.

 

Grundy County is an Equal Opportunity Employer and will give consideration to all qualified applicants without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, age, marital status, mental or physical disability, political affiliations, sexual orientation, or any other non-merit factor.  Qualified candidates that require reasonable accommodation should contact the Human Resources Department.

Public Health Nurse

County of Grundy–Job Posting

Health Department

 Date of Posting:                                July 21, 2016

Applications Accepted Until:              Posted until filled

Job Title:                                             Public Health Nurse

Employee Status:                             Full-Time, 37.5 hours/week

Pay range:                                         $18.91 an hour / $36,874.50 annually

 

SUMMARY: 

Perform public health nursing duties as assigned in a local health department, which may include programs such as WIC/FCM, APORS, HealthWorks, All Kids, Communicable Disease, Immunization, Medication Management Program, Indigent Pharmaceutical Program, Mental Health Court Program and School Nursing if requested. Additional public health nurse duties in relation to services provided by the nursing division may be requested if required.  .

 

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  1. Perform anthropometric and biochemical measurements, i.e., hemoglobin, height, weight, head circumference, blood pressure. Ensure calibration of equipment utilized, i.e., scale, hemocue, sphygmomanometer.
  2. Provide outreach, education and other services related to WIC (Women’s, Infants and Children) Nutrition Program.
  3. Provides monitoring, medication administration and medication management to clients under the supervision of consulting psychiatrist
  4. Responsible for performing needed screening, assessments, medication management, documentation and other essential duties for clients referred for the Medication Management Services Program, the Indigent Pharmaceutical Program and the Mental Health Court Program.
  5. Provide client teaching, guidance, nutrition, and nursing care in health department clinics.
  6. Instruct client, families and/or groups on preventive health care.
  7. Provide pregnancy testing, education, and documentation.
  8. Provide periodic assessment of client’s needs per DHS regulations.
  9. Provide medical case management services for those children under the care of DCFS.
  10. Administer vaccinations according to Academy of Childhood Immunization Practice (ACIP) and Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines.

 

QUALIFICATIONS/EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE

Diploma, Associate Degree or Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing required.  Bachelor’s Degree preferred.  Current Illinois Professional Nurses license required.  Experience with WIC and Family Case Management preferred. Experience in Community or Public Health preferred.

 

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:

While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to sit.  The employee is occasionally required to stand; walk; use hands to finger, handle or feel; reach with hands and arms; climb or balance; stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl; talk or hear; and taste or smell as well as lift up to 25 pounds.  Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and ability to adjust focus.

Any qualified applicant with a disability and requiring reasonable assistance or accommodation to the application and/or interview process should notify the HR Department.

TO APPLY:  Candidates must meet the minimum requirements of the position in order to be considered.

Send resume and salary requirements to HR@grundyco.org with “Public Health Nurse” in the subject line or mail to Grundy County Administration, Attn: HR 1320 Union Street, Morris, IL  60450.

No phone calls please.

Deputy Clerk

County of Grundy–Job Posting

Date of Posting:                                July 26, 2016

Applications Accepted Until:       Posted until filled

Job Title:                                             Deputy Clerk

Employee Status:                             Part-Time, 13-19 hours/wk, Non-Exempt

Pay range:                                           $10.20

 

SUMMARY: 

The Deputy County Clerk is involved in many phases of the County’s elections, including but not limited to voter registration, preparation of supplies and equipment, distribution and collection of supplies and equipment, and general support.  Uses computer and problem-solving skills for all areas of job.  Works with the public, with other personnel within the County Clerk’s Office, and under the direction of the Election Clerk and Vital Records Clerk.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

Post Office/Mail:

  • Pick up mail at post office
  • Sort and open if applicable
  • Deliver to appropriate parties

 

Voter Registration:

 

  • Date/time stamp mail related to voter registration; sort
  • Check, scan, input, and file new voter registrations received
  • Prepare and mail letters regarding incomplete registrations; keep records pertaining to these registrations
  • Work with Tax Department to access tax assessor database and precinct maps to determine voter precinct placement and ballot style, when necessary
  • Check, input, image, and file address changes and out-of-county moves
  • Print letters notifying other jurisdictions of cancelled voters; prepare for mailing
  • Check Illinois Voter Registration System (IVRS) & Electronic Registration Information Center (ERIC) for any changes to be processed.
  • Compare Mega and IVRS and ERIC records to see if action required; accept and print, or reject; image and attach to record; file

Weekly:

  • Enter daily receipts into County Clerk Fee Book spreadsheet, making sure that weekly deposits balance with those recorded in the Fee Book
  • Calculate and record certified copy weekly and monthly totals
  • Print voter cards; prepare for mailing
  • Mail daily driver’s license listings to Field Service Bureau, Secretary of State’s office

Monthly, or when needed:

  • Examines monthly County Board meeting minutes and inputs resolution and ordinance number, name, and date passed into appropriate Resolution or Ordinance Index file
  • Check Illinois Voter Registration System (IVRS) and Electronic Registration Information Center (ERIC)for any items to be reconciled/checked: Illinois Department of Public Health Matches, Potential Invalid DL Numbers to Reconcile , and Potential Invalid SSNs to Reconcile
  • Compare Mega, IVRS and ERIC records to see if action required
  • Print voter cards; prepare for mailing
  • Check, input, image, and file death certificates recorded or received within that month

Every 4 months:

  • Open tablet cases, connect cables, charge, record, return all materials to cases

Annually:

  • Visit Morris, Coal City, and Seneca High Schools for student voter registration
  • Assist with Election Judge training (set-up, registration, etc.) as assigned: general election procedures, tablet training

Pre-Election Activities:

  • Assist with pre-election supply inventory
  • Update election forms as necessary and as assigned
  • Prepare (pack and check) supply bags for 40 precincts. Contents include individual packets of the many supplies needed by election judges for election setup, during the election, and at the conclusion of the election.
  • Visit Walnut Grove Nursing Home and Park Pointe Health Care and Rehab (both sides) to allow residents to register to vote, sign up for Vote By Mail, and/or register for permanent absentee voting status
  • Update and check election judge binders for 40 precincts. Contents include numerous forms, supplies, and instructions for election judges to use before, during, and at the conclusion of the election
  • Assist with preparation of TSX machines for election day, including setup of machines, assistance with locking and loading as necessary, checking serial numbers, recording seal numbers, and machine take-down
  • Assist with preparation of OS machines for election day as necessary, including setup of machines, assistance with locking and loading, checking serial numbers, and machine take-down
  • Work with Election Clerk and County Clerk to prepare early voting materials and the area in which voting will be held
  • Assist with phone requests for early voting applications
  • Assist with vote by mail, early, and grace period voting
  • Charge equipment (open cases, connect cables, charge, document, return all materials to cases) in preparation for Election Day
  • Prepare tech boxes for use by technicians on Election Day. Contents include supplies needed for changing OS and TSx paper and many other issues that may arise
  • Prepare supervisor bags. Contents include instructions to set up and take down touch-screen (TSX) voting machines and a set of keys
  • Prepare nursing home kits containing all supplies needed for election judge pickup, early voting, and return
  • Unpack and verify ballots upon receipt from supplier: check documentation, prepare Receipts for Ballots, check and append Certificates of Inspection
  • Prepare (pack and check) ballot bags for 40 precincts. Contents include numerous ballot styles for each precinct, as well as supplies needed at the conclusion of the election
  • Assist with preparation of tablets for election day, including setup of machines, assistance with locking and loading, checking serial numbers, recording seal numbers, and machine take-down
  • Distribute supply bags, ballot bags, tablets and printers, supervisor bags, and TSX and optical-scan (OS) machines to Supervisors on the day before the election. Review materials with supervisor; get Receipt for Ballots signed
  • Set up election equipment (TSX machines) in assigned precincts
  • Ongoing: Review procedures; make suggestions for improvement

Election Day/Evening Activities:

  • Support duties as assigned during election hours
  • Prepare end-of-the-night tables, boxes, and supplies
  • Assist with checking and collection of election supplies as they are returned after polls close
  • Other duties as assigned until results are finalized

Post-Election Activities:

  • Check in election equipment when returned the following day

As Needed:

  • Deliver deposits to Grundy Bank
  • Answer telephone and assist public at front desk with questions pertaining to our office
  • Field phone calls that come into the office that are not always County Clerk-related (50 to 75 per week) and direct the calls to the appropriate departments in and out of our building
  • Fill in for or assist Vital Records Clerk as necessary (certified copies of birth certificates, marriage licenses, death certificates; issue marriage licenses)
  • Fill in for or assist Election Clerk as necessary
  • Proof Board minutes as needed

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:  Previous experience working in an office environment, word processing/computer experience (Word, Excel), working with the public, operating an adding machine, copy machine and scanner equipment.  Valid driver’s license required.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

High school diploma or GED.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand, walk, sit, talk, hear, see, and use fingers, hands, and arms.  The employee must frequently lift and/or carry up to 10 pounds.

Any qualified applicant with a disability and requiring reasonable assistance or accommodation to the application and/or inter- view process should notify the HR Department.

 

TO APPLY:  Candidates must meet the minimum requirements of the position in order to be considered.

 

Send resume and salary requirements to HR@grundyco.org with “Deputy Clerk” in the subject line or mail to Grundy County Administration, Attn: HR 1320 Union Street, Morris, IL  60450

 

No phone calls please.

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