County Surveyor: Mohave County

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County Surveyor: Mohave County

Post by mcpw » Wed Apr 17, 2024 11:30 am

Mohave County, Arizona is recruiting for County Surveyor. This is the pinnacle of positions in government-based public service in Arizona.

Interested professionals may apply direct through the County's governmentjobs.com portal: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/ ... nitiesJobs

The County Surveyor is responsible for providing professional decisions for surveys and complex survey analysis. This position reviews and approves the work of other surveyors, public and private, including assisting, advising and guiding professional surveyors, survey technicians, the Recorder, the Treasurer, attorneys, other County departments, business professionals and the public. Work is performed under general supervision of the Public Works Director and is reviewed through results attained.

Essential Job Functions
1. Develops systems for and oversees the review of Registered Land Surveys, parcel plats, and right-of-way abandonment petitions and process for compliance with state statutes, County policies, and professional standards.
2. Reviews parcel plats and maintains process for parcel plat submission, review, and approval.
3. Administers Public Works Department spatial data and GIS layers.
4. Performs and directs professional surveying work to acquire property and right-of-way for County projects and interests including eminent domain action as appropriate in accordance with state statutes, County policies, and professional standards.
5. Collaborates with surveyors, attorneys, and developers on procedures necessary to record surveys for public record; recommends solutions to disputes.
6. Provides review and professional opinion on easements, prescriptive rights-of-way, and RS 2477 rights-of-way.
7. Develops, implements, and monitors the County-wide survey to perpetuate and maintain the United States Public Land Survey System in accordance with state statutes and professional standards.
8. Collaborates with other departments, agencies, and professionals to facilitate the development of an accurate and economical geodetic control network.
9. Establishes and defines the subdivision of sections of land; applies the principles of land surveying, evidence, and law to determine land boundaries; prepares legal descriptions, right-of-way plats, certificates of survey, professional reports and other survey documents.
10. Communicates and collaborates with other departments, government agencies, private businesses, public utilities and the public on projects such as: Geographic Information Systems (GIS) mapping, right-of-way platting, unmanned aircraft systems data collection and mapping, aerial photography, subdivision plat review, geodetic survey control, Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS/GPS) development and training, Computer Aided Drafting (AutoCAD) development and training, forensic surveys and boundary surveys as required to complete specific projects.
11. Interprets and explains state statutes, professional standards, rules, regulations and legislative changes affecting all phases of land survey and geospatial information for department staff, other departments, other agencies, business professionals and the public. Coordinates survey and land information projects; trains staff in specialized aspects of work and acts as resource to others; acts as team leader on projects; reviews and provides input on individual and team performance.
12. Coordinates parcel mapping, centerline datasets and the security and integrity of the parcel map geodatabase to support the County's geographic information system (GIS) and land records management systems.
13. Performs other related duties as directed.
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