General Clerk II – US Department of Agriculture, Natural Resource Conservation Services – Champaign, IL

Specific tasks include:

  • Task One: This task is to assist with the finding and collecting of completed determinations, updating our compliance database and mailing the completed determinations to producers.
    • Go through each folder in a field office (NRCS & FSA files) and find all of the Highly Erodible Lands (HEL)/Wetland Determinations.
    • Separate each determination by geographic location. Copy Form-026 (HEL/Wetland Determination) if it covers more than one location. There may be multiple Form-026 and/or maps associated to be scanned.
    • Files will need to be searched through multiple track and files to ensure files found are associated with the correct location of land.
  • Task Two: This task will be converting the existing Compliance Determination file system to a new file system that will be implemented statewide. This will include filing, scanning of specific types of documents, and creating a map index of the field or tract location of these determinations.
    • In ArcGIS find the location using Township, Range, Section on the Common Land Unit (CLU) layer.
    • Set point into Geographic Information System Mapping (GIS) system on the CLU layer creating an index.
    • Scan existing determinations into a pdf file. (Establish a checklist that would indicate the order things should be scanned.)
    • Link index to the File in the Archived Determinations folder.
    • Name the file using the designated naming convention.
    • Upload the file to the Compliance Shared Drive: Archived Determinations folder (Database).
  • Task Three: This task will be setting up a hard copy folder to be placed back into the filing system.
    • Set up a hard copy folder, list the file name used on the pdf.
    • If duplicate determinations are found for the same land, the most recent determination will be in the front, the older determination will be attached to the back.


  • Must possess and maintain a state issued driver’s license. Any violations must be noted before use of Government Vehicle.
  • Proficient in word processing.
  • Knowledgeable and experienced in utilizing a variety of computer hardware and software applications, such as Microsoft Windows, Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, and Teams.
  • Knowledgeable and experienced in Adobe Acrobat Professional.
  • Knowledgeable and experienced in operating small office machines such as calculators, fax machines, scanners, postage meters, and copy machines.
  • have the ability to learn or have experience in using ArcGIS, which is a cloud-based mapping and analysis system.
  • Must be capable of work independently.
  • All contractor employees must read, write, speak and understand English fluently.
  • Demonstrates knowledge and support of the Equal Opportunity and Civil Rights policy.
  • Must be able to pass a Federal background check

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