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Loudoun County Commonwealth Attorney's Office


Leesburg, VA
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Loudoun County has been one of the fastest growing counties in the nation since the late 1990s. This unparalleled growth resulted in the county being one of the earlier adopters of Geographic Information System (GIS) technology for a local government. Loudoun County uses state of the art ESRI GIS, geospatial application, and WebGIS software and holds one of ESRI’s earliest organizational licenses for a locality—Number 34. The County is also known as the “home to the internet” due to the presence of large data centers and multiple technology firms.


Loudoun County's Department of Mapping and Geographic Information is seeking qualified applications for a GIS Land Records Specialist. The position plans and manages GIS land records maintenance projects which includes creating, maintaining and quality control aspects of parcel, addressing and street centerline data. Source information comes from DXF files, address requests and plats, subdivision plats, rights of way, deeds of correction, street dedications, and legal acreage corrections. Completes research and QC projects as specified. Coordinates with staff on projects and provides customer service to staff and the public. Provides support on GIS processes and procedures to OMAGI staff or staff from other departments. Develops, modifies, and tests tools or programs using programmatic languages in accordance with department processes and procedures.


Bachelor's degree in Geography or related field and two years of related experience.


Working knowledge of ArcGIS is required. Experience with parcel maintenance is preferred.


Employment is contingent upon successful completion of criminal background, DMV, and credit checks.

Company Profile
The Commonwealth's Attorney is one of five constitutional officers in the Loudoun County government. The primary function of the office is to investigate and prosecute felony, misdemeanor, traffic, and juvenile criminal cases in concert with local and federal law enforcement agencies, as well as complaints from private citizens. The Loudoun County Victim Witness Program interfaces between the judicial system and crime victims and witnesses to help ensure victim and witness cooperation in prosecution, increased witness safety, and reduced levels of trauma often associated with criminal cases.

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