Cadastral Mapper Position

Interested in getting out of all the commotion? Mono County, CA is hiring a Cadastral Mapper to work out of the Assessor’s office in conjunction with both the County Assessor and GIS Team. The position focuses on managing parcel data and producing maps. Duties include working in Esri’s Parcel Fabric data model, producing parcel maps, and assisting with other related GIS and Assessor tasks.

Mono County is on the Eastern Sierra Nevada and is a gateway to Yosemite National Park, as well as a jump-point to the High Sierra Nevada and is near Lake Tahoe. World class skiing, rock climbing, fishing, and hiking can be found here, among many other outdoor pursuits. This is a wonderful area for both family and individuals.

Details about the position, and how to apply, can be found here:
https://monocounty.ca.gov/hr/page/cadastral-mapperassessors-office

More information about Mono County can be found here:
https://monocounty.ca.gov/hr/page/about-mono-county

For questions about these positions that cannot be answered within the supplied reference materials email bbeck@mono.ca.gov.

Spatial@UCSB This Thursday

Just a reminder that Spatial@UCSB will be happening this Thursday, June 6.  This year’s theme is Spatial Data for Smarter Cities.

Where: Corwin Pavilion, UCSB – 494 UCEN Rd, Isla Vista, CA
When: Thursday June 6th, 11:00 to 2:30 pm

Agenda:

11:00 Plenary Session:

  • Kurt Shellhause (Kasraie Consulting, CIRGIS) – Think Inside the Box, Outside the Box, and about what could Destroy our Box
  • Mahnoosh Alizadeh (Electrical and Computer Engineering, UCSB) –
    Opportunities and Challenges of Transportation Elecrication in Smart Cities
  • Konstadinos Goulias (Dept. of Geography, UCSB) – Activity-Travel GeoSimulation for Smart City Planning, Design, and Operations
  • Werner Kuhn (Dept. of Geography, UCSB) – Moderator

12:30 – 2:30 Lunch and Poster Exhibit

Registration has been extended to the end of Tuesday, June 4th. Please contact Karen to RSVP: kdoehner@spatial.ucsb.edu or (805) 893-8224.

Native Land Interactive Map

If you are interested in the Indigenous histories of North America and beyond you may enjoy exploring Native Land, an ongoing interactive mapping project that attempts to outline ancestral Indigenous territories. Here, you will find a colorful map multi-layered with depictions of where different Indigenous peoples historically lived. You can browse the map itself or search for a particular postal code to see whose territories that location falls within, and clicking on a given territory shows the names of the native people(s) and cession treaties associated with that place with links to sources included. Check it out!