1. Reviews and site-checks As-built drawings to confirm they meet UBC Technical Guidelines and Engineers' requirements, recommends approval for the remittance of holdback monies.
2. Researches, compiles, analyzes and enters geographic and associated non-graphic data from engineering as-built record drawings, tradesperson input and site observations and related documentation into a digital campus base using a graphics workstation and related equipment; produces computerized base, utility servicing drawings and hydraulic modeling maps and related material as required.
3. Prepares sketches, custom maps and other graphic material to Building OperationsTrades people and Engineers for excavation works, maintenance, design and reports.
4. Researches and provides factual information on the location of utilities, as-built drawings, assets and procedures to a variety of internal and external contacts such as engineers, trades people, contractors and consultants.
5. Maintains the Geographic Information database using manual and various automated routines to enter, update and convert spatial and attribute data; carries out implementation of quality control procedures and protocols for new and existing data.
6. Analyses user requests for information; consults with users on information requirements and provides advice on Utilities capabilities; liaises with utilities staff, other departments and consultants to ensure d7. Conducts field visits to verify site information as required
8. Operates various office equipment such as scanners, copiers, plotters and computer.
9. Performs general drafting duties such as calculating quantities and dimensions, preparing general analysis, updating databases, distributing, filing and indexing of material as required.
10. Performs other duties related to the qualifications and requirements of this classification.