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GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF CLASS
The CARTOGRAPHER 1 drafts and revises simple maps such as large and small scale planimetric and those of a city subdivision in which lots have already been platted, by using property documents, field surveys, other source maps and aerial photos graphs. Work may be accomplished by computerized as well as manual methods.
This is the second level of a five-level series. It is distinguished from the lower level Cartographic Assistant by the entry level mapmaking responsibilities. It is distinguished from the higher levels by an absence of responsibility for the more skilled, detailed, and independent cartography.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
RELATIONSHIPS WITH OTHERS
Employees in this class have regular telephone contact with other agencies or with county government personnel to exchange information about maps and mapping standards and to inquire about discrepancies or needed information concerning surveys, deeds, and other property documents. Employees are in contact monthly by telephone or in-person with other agencies or the public who are interested in obtaining map(s) prepared by the agency.
Employees in this class receive close supervision, usually by a project manager or administrative superior. Specific written standards for scales, lettering and symbols are provided. The work is reviewed in progress and at completion for accuracy, neatness, and compliance with established mapping standards.
NOTE: Knowledge of drafting, surveying, plane geometry, algebra, and cartographic principles is required to successfully perform this work.