– It All Starts Here


GIS Coordinator

Alexandria, MN, USA
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: The duties listed are intended only as illustrations of the various types of work that may be performed. The omission of those specific statements of duties does not exclude them from the position if the work is similar, related or a logical assignment to the position. •GIS Coordinator: Develop plans and directions for the operation of GIS for current project management as well as long-term strategic planning and system integration; manage the County's land records GIS databases; manage GIS data acquisition and maintenance, including reviewing and analyzing methods to improve the quality and accuracy of data; develop GIS services for different functions; investigate, evaluate, and recommend data, software, and hardware; remain current with GIS technological developments and advancements; manage Metadata and documentation of data work flow.
•Database Editor: Update and maintain Enterprise Geodatabase;
•GIS Developer: Continuously design and implement new features in current applications; research new applications for internal and public users; knowledge of the principles, methods and techniques used in developing applications for GIS.
•GIS Programmer: Create scripts and write code to provide data in a useful and meaningful format; develop, maintain, and manage GIS internet applications and web mapping services to allow county, public, and external agency users to easily access the system; develop business processes for automated data development and updating using the most current programming languages designed to take advantage of database architecture and system infrastructure.
Access to Not Public Data
The incumbent may encounter not public data in the course of these duties. Any access to not public data should be strictly limited to accessing the data that are necessary to fulfill the employment responsibility. While data are being accessed, incumbent should take reasonable measures to ensure the not public data are not accessed by individuals without a work reason. Once the work reason to access the data is reasonably finished, incumbent must properly store the not public data according to the provisions Ch. 13.

If a new work assignment requires access to not public data, the incumbent is permitted to access not public data for the work assignment purposes only. Any access to not public data must be strictly limited to the data necessary to complete the work assignment and after the assignment is completed, the employee's work assignment no longer requires access.

Apply online here

Douglas County, MN
526 Willow Drive, PO Box 398
Alexandria, MN, 56308 USA


Printable version of this page Posted 2019-05-15 under Government