The Conservation Biology Institute (CBI) is hiring two full-time, permanent geospatial analysts to be core technical members of our geospatial team (remote optional). You will work closely with colleagues to apply a range of tools and technologies to create custom spatial products for conservation, restoration, planning, and natural resource management. We are looking for candidates with strong backgrounds in GIS and remote sensing, demonstrated skills working with ArcGIS ModelBuilder and Google Earth Engine (GEE), the ability to communicate clearly with expert and non-expert audiences via writing, speaking, visualizations, and maps, and an interest in working closely with a core team to translate cutting-edge science into effective, real world conservation solutions. While the primary focus is on GIS, remote sensing, and spatial modeling tasks, there is opportunity for coordinating with clients and stakeholders, grant writing, and project management, in alignment with the candidate's skills and organizational needs. We are looking for applicants with at least 2+ years of real-world geospatial work experience, in addition to a post-baccalaureate GIS certificate or M.S.
About CBI: The Conservation Biology Institute is a non-profit with a mission to conserve biological diversity and build a more sustainable world. We are a cohesive group of scientists, geospatial analysts, spatial modelers, and software engineers. The geospatial team works closely with CBI staff and external clients to support conservation work locally and around the globe. CBI's projects span terrestrial applications, as well as freshwater and marine systems; growth areas for CBI include spatial planning for renewable energy development and sustainable recreation management.
Job & Application Details: https://consbio.org/general/pages/job-opportunities