Job Description

Job Summary

The Clark County Geographic Information Services (GIS) division has a current opening for a Land Records Technician II. The Land Records Technician II position performs the full range of process work associated with land records and parcel maintenance and serves as a contact for customers (property owners, businesses, government agencies, etc.) regarding these technical issues.


This position reports directly to the GIS Manager and the Land Records Technician Lead. The Land Records Technician Lead makes assignments by defining objectives, priorities, and deadlines, and assists the incumbent with unusual situations or problems that do not have clear precedents.



Any combination of training and experience that provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities will be considered.


Education and Experience:


Three (3) to four (4) years of experience researching, interpreting and mapping legal descriptions, and researching property ownership history (chain of title).



·         One (1) year of experience researching, interpreting and mapping legal descriptions and researching property ownership history (chain of title).

·         Two (2) years of college level education in Geography, GIS, Surveying, Forestry, Paralegal, Records Management or a related field.


College degrees must have been conferred by an institution of higher education and have National Recognition of Accrediting Agencies by the U.S. Secretary of Education; official transcripts may be required at the time of hire.


Knowledge of:  Legal descriptions pertaining to land ownership, research methods to determine right-of-way and property ownership history (chain of title), principles of geographic mapping and cartography, Esri ArcGIS Pro software, mathematics, and effective methods and principles of customer service and problem-solving.


Ability to:  Read, understand, and interpret legal descriptions and legal documents as they pertain to real property; understand and respond to mapping requests from the public; understand and respond to questions as they pertain to the County’s property maps and land records; learn and remain current on technical processes, trends, and applicable computer software; work with a high level of focus and attention to detail in a methodical manner; and establish and maintain working relationships with employees and the public


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Salary Grade: Local 11.709 $24.90 – $31.84- per hour

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