Incumbent will serve as the Amarillo Field Office technical expert to assist the Data Collections Team to prepare documents for the disposal of real property by using GIS, CAD and detailed knowledge of SDE database management, design, optimization and operation in a federated GIS architecture. Use Commercial off the Shelf (COTS) software to generate reports, land status, rights of way, maps and records from operational data, processing requirements and team feedback ion results. Creates updated maps and GIS layers for the use of geographic technologies to meet BLM mission requirements. Geographic (Mapping Science) technologies include: Geographic Information Systems (GIS), satellite remote sensing, aerial photography, cartography, and Global Positioning Systems (GPS). Prepares work and performs quality control on GIS and CAD project work, develops updated CAD drawing and drawn information from a wide range of source data. Works with other federal agencies, state, county, city and other local government entities, private organizations, and professional organizations. Provide SDE database education, training, and documentation along with providing user support and troubleshooting assistants to state and field office personnel. Collaborates and provides leadership on the data collections team. Tasked with preparing the sales documentation, maps and CAD drawings to facilitate the property disposal of Helium Program Assets. Acts accordingly as a team member and provides input in the documentation of BLM business requirements. Using this input from BLM program leads and resource specialist, incumbent will utilize this data as a foundation on which technology will be developed and integrated in support of BLM mission requirements. Suggests technically feasible approaches, and makes recommendations to the user and management regarding the most efficient automation, mapping, and/or analysis approaches. Performs consultation and research to determine common and unique requirements, to recommend standardized resource base data terms and elements for uniform identification by all users and to select and develop a system design to service users individually or as a group.