Salary Range EO54
This position serves as County Surveyor and plans, organizes, directs, and evaluates the activities of land survey, and filing, access, and interpretation of surveying support documents as prescribed by Oregon Revised Statutes. This is an elected position and as such is directly responsible to the electorate.
EXAMPLES OF PRINCIPAL DUTIES
(Duties assigned to this classification include, but are not limited to, the following examples.)
l. Develop, implement, and evaluate programs for departmental operation; establish and maintain department policy and procedures.
2. Prepare department budget and present for approval to Board of Commissioner; monitor and manage fiscal operations of the department.
3. Direct activities of survey programs; ie:
and filing of
5. Monitor and
all new hires,
6. Serve as County consultant with public, other agencies, and timber companies relative to land boundary determinations.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILL AND ABILITY REQUIRED BY THIS POSITION
Knowledge of: Thorough knowledge of state and local laws and regulations governing the activities of a County Surveyor's office; thorough knowledge of theories, concepts, mathematics, practices and procedures of land survey; reasonable knowledge of principles, methods, and techniques of effective administration including public relations, personnel management and fiscal management to develop, implement, and evaluate programs. Ability to:
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Qualifications - Qualifications for the position are established in ORS 672.094, 672.255. At time of assuming office, must possess a professional land surveyor license. (ORS 672.090 and OAR 820-10-)
SUPERVISORY CONTROLS OF THIS POSITION
This classification is elected by and serves at the pleasure of the electorate.
Exercises supervision over departmental employees delegating responsibility orally or in writing with final responsibility for work performed by the department.
Work is performed within established department policy and procedure; federal, state, and county statutes, rules, regulations, guidelines, ordinances; personnel rules; survey reference materials; management/administration reference materials. Incumbent has to remain current on guidelines and uses extensive judgment in interpretation and usage of appropriate ones. As department head, can implement or revise department policy.
PHYSICAL DEMANDS AND WORK ENVIRONMENT
Regular and consistent attendance is required. Work is performed primarily in an office environment; work is generally sedentary and requires hearing voice conversation and keyboarding; infrequent field surveys may require walking uneven terrain, climbing and carrying survey equipment. A considerable amount of driving is required.