Dane County, WI
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Under the direction of the Land & Water Resources Department, review and map conservation practices and nutrient management plans, digitize, edit and collect data on park facilities and park users, and create graphic exhibits including brochures, signs and maps.
Utilize GIS and applicable software programs to digitally document and track agricultural conservation practices, nutrient management plans, park facilities, and park users.
Track practices and facilities in GIS databases according to standard operating procedures; Evaluate spatial locations of practices and facilities and digitize information according to standard operating procedures; Use scripts to transfer data into applicable data management systems; Enter practice and facility information in data management system; Develop protocols to track agricultural conservation, park facility and park user data management; Perform GIS data collection and edits, including data collection via GPS and management of ArcCollector projects; Track park user data and user statistics; Scan documents to save in file management system according to standard operating procedures; Create and updates brochures and maps; Create and update signage; Provide General Administrative Support; Assist with web content edits and updates; Take engaging digital photos for web; other duties as assigned.
Education, Experience & Special Requirements
Two years of coursework, training or experience in Geographic Information Systems, geography, cartography, landscape architecture, surveying, civil engineering or related field.