Wisconsin Geospatial Jobs - Archived Positions
CADD Software Administrator and Information Program Manager
City of Madison - Madison, WI
|Deadline to apply:||10/19/2012|
|Payrate:||$26.74 - $31.73/Hour|
This is specialized technical and professional work in supporting the Engineering Division’s Mapping Section. The ideal candidate would be proficient in the use of Microstation V8i, Bentley InRoads, and Bentley Map software. This candidate would also be familiar with or show the capability to learn additional software products to support the Engineering Division Mapping Section including: Geospatial Information System (GIS) which uses Microstation V8i; ESRI ArcGIS; GTViewer; Safe Software’s FME; Crystal Reports; Microsoft SQL Server and office automation applications. This position, under the general supervision of the Mapping Section Coordinator, is also responsible for updating and maintaining related geographic databases; developing specialized databases and sources of information, as required; conducting related technical analyses; and utilization of the GIS system to produce graphic and analytic products. This position also provides related training; develops, tests, installs and documents new applications, systems, and office automation applications. This work is characterized by the independent application of professional skills in providing standardized developmental or support activities, and/or serving as a contributing member on more diverse team efforts.
Examples of Duties and Responsibilities
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
Thorough knowledge of desktop and server computer system technology (hardware and software), with initial emphasis on Microstation V8i, Bentley InRoads, and Bentley Map. Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing. Ability to develop and maintain effective working relationships with internal staff and staff of other agencies. Ability to problem solve, apply logic, and perform process identification and systems thinking. Ability to troubleshoot and resolve routine hardware and software computer malfunctions. Ability to provide advice, consultation, and training to diverse user groups. Working knowledge of Microsoft Office suite. Ability to effectively participate in team efforts to improve departmental programs and services. Ability to effectively participate in inter-departmental team efforts to improve/develop programs and services. Ability to evaluate software and recommend purchase. Ability to exercise judgment and discretion in completing assigned tasks. Ability to determine customer needs and define the scope of projects. Ability to maintain adequate attendance.
Training and Experience:
Four years or more of directly related professional experience in the use and administration of a CADD software program utilizing Bentley Inroads and Microstation V8i. Such experience would normally be gained after graduation from a two year technical college with an associate degree in computer technology or a closely related field. A four year degree in computer science or other four year degrees which include coursework in computer science and/or other system development areas such as logic, needs assessment, and project management may be substituted for 2 years of work experience. Other combinations of training and/or experience which can be demonstrated to result in possession of the knowledge, skills and abilities necessary to perform the duties of this position will also be considered.
|For more information:||CADD Software Administrator and Information Program Manager|