Qualified applicants will have a Bachelors Degree, preferably in one of the following fields: Graphic Information Systems (GIS), Geography, Computer Science, Planning or Engineering. A pplicants with related vocational training or Associated Degree may be considered with equivalent job experience. Qualified applicants will also have 3 years experience working with electrical systems, management, design, and/or implementation of GIS. Experience with ESRI Arc/GIS Desktop/Server, Milsoft, Partners, and NISC a plus.
Seeking individuals that have proficient skills and knowledge to perform the following essential functions:
Processes all staking sheets, ensuring mapping accuracy and makes changes in the mapping system to reflect changes in the field that are made.
Provides timely updates, as new map records become available (detail maps, circuit maps, fuse coordination maps, key maps, and territorial boundary agreement maps)
Stays abreast of changes that affect the geographical and land base information including but not limited to highways, roads, lakes, rivers, creeks, wetlands, city limits, town limits, district lines, tax districts, service territories, easements, Board districts, property lines, and developments, by corresponding with the appropriate Cooperative personnel and outside agencies.
Answer members and employees questions as they relate to the cooperative’s GIS system.
Develops, coordinates, and preforms employee training on mapping products at the cooperative.
Develops inter-operation between GIS & other Cooperative information systems.
Maintains database files and works with the IT department as needed to ensure that errors are addressed and database issues are resolved. Ensure that updates needed in the database are done and that all information required by the system is input.
Maintain record files as needed (i.e. staking sheets, pole inspections, line inspections, cable attachments, etc.). Databases may be stored in the Arc/GIS system.
Maintains and updates the Cooperative's database for underground facility locations with the Oklahoma One-Call System.
Offers mapping solutions for operational issues that may arise.
Applicants needing accommodation of a paper application may contact Kendi Cox, 405-230-1455.
This institution is an Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled