Support GIS Team Lead by providing data collection, maps and figures for clients while supporting daily GIS field collection and operations with the highest level of customer service. Understanding, collecting, and constructing various graphic images for client reports. Responsibility for collecting and reporting data from a variety of equipment and sources and makes recommendations to GIS Team Lead.
Position may require an approximate 2.5 year field commitment at Umatilla Chemical Depot in Northeastern Oregon. Limited overnight travel to satellite offices and client locations may be required.
Essential Duties & Responsibilities
Collects data and develops maps, diagrams, figures, and shape files in support of field work, project plans, and project reporting using data from a variety of sources.
Essential Education, Training, Knowledge & Experience:
Essential Physical & Intellectual requirements:
Environment for the Americas works to create a diverse workstaff at some of our nation's most spectacular National Parks by providing internships at National Parks, Monuments, and Historic Sites across the U.S. and territories. This internship program is designed to provide unique experiences to youth, underrepresented within the National Parks Service, who are pursuing undergraduate or graduate degrees or who have recently graduated.
We have a statistics and GIS focused internship at Lewis and Clark National Historical Park that may be of interest to your students. I hope that you will share this opportunity with students. The paid, 10-12 week internship is a fantastic opportunity for those interested in improving their skills and working side-by-side with interpreters, scientists, and more.
Biological Technician, Lewis and Clark National Historical Park, Astoria, OR
The primary goal of this project is data manipulation, analysis and reporting of 10 years of vegetation data for tidal wetland restoration projects at Lewis and Clark National Historical Park ( LEWI). The intern will assist with data analysis of 10 years of vegetation data for tidal wetland restoration projects at the park. The data will be transferred to an online geodatabase and analyzed to detect relative percent cover of native versu non-native plant cover. The intern will produce a technical report and prepare a formal presentation of the project. Applicant should have experience using statistical procedures and prior use of ArcGIS is preferred. Ability to work independently and excellent oral and written skills are beneficial.
To view this position and other available internship positions that promote diversity in the National Parks Service visit www.latinoheritageintern.com and www.mosaicsinscience.org. All applications are due by Feb. 6, 2017.
A PhD student assistantship is available in the area of socioeconomic-ecological systems modeling. The student will work on an EPA-funded interdisciplinary project led by Dr. Jacob Hochard (Dept. of Economics & Institute for Coastal Science and Policy) in collaboration with Drs. Randall Etheridge (Dept. of Engineering & Center for Sustainability) and Ariane Peralta (Dept. of Biology) at East Carolina University. The PhD student will have a primary focus on Coastal and Marine Economics and Policy and will choose a secondary focus in Coastal Geosciences or Estuarine Ecology. Students without a Master’s degree can earn a Master’s in Economics as they progress through the PhD program.
The CRM PhD student will work closely with economics, biology and engineering faculty at East Carolina University, as well as a Master’s of Biology student, to support an EPA-funded project to study nutrient pollution impacts on human and environmental health in coastal watersheds. The qualified candidate will have a strong undergraduate or graduate training in economics and/or environmental studies. Candidates with an interest in interdisciplinary research and a familiarity with econometric techniques and geospatial analysis are strongly encouraged to apply.
To apply, please contact Dr. Jake Hochard (firstname.lastname@example.org) by February 7th, 2017 with your CV, unofficial transcript(s), GRE scores, and a short statement describing prior research experience and interests. Review of full applications to the CRM PhD Program will begin on March 1, 2017 and will continue until the position is filled. CRM PhD Program graduates place routinely in faculty positions within interdisciplinary departments, work for non-profit organizations and government research agencies.
The Departments of Economics, Engineering, Biology, Institute of Coastal Science and Policy, and the Center for Sustainability at East Carolina University take pride in the diversity of our students, faculty, and staff and strive to increase that diversity. We encourage applications and inquiries from members of groups underrepresented in the social sciences.
About the Company
DigitalGlobe is a leading provider of commercial high-resolution earth observation and advanced geospatial solutions that help decision makers better understand our changing planet in order to save lives, resources and time. Sourced from the world’s leading constellation, our imagery solutions deliver unmatched coverage and capacity to meet our customers’ most demanding mission requirements. Each day customers in defense and intelligence, public safety, civil agencies, map making and analysis, environmental monitoring, oil and gas exploration, infrastructure management, navigation technology, and providers of location-based services depend on DigitalGlobe data, information, technology and expertise to gain actionable insight. DigitalGlobe is a public company listed on the NYSE as DGI, and is headquartered in Westminster, Colorado.
The Global Production Senior Photogrammetrist technical position is responsible for an array of tasks including driving development initiatives, collaborating with team members within Operations and other departments. This role contributes support to complex remote sensing topics, issues with products, occasionally meet with customers in a technical role, addressing a variety of quality and technical questions. Also, this role will participate in accuracy testing, stereo data, determine product and ordering impacts, processing issues, and document review. This position participates in a wide range of development and operations activities, both within the team and in support of other departments. This includes, but not limited to these teams: Supply Chain Management, Remote Sensing Sciences, System Engineers, Sales, Product Quality Working Group, QC, Product Verification/System Engineering, and Customer Service.
Location: Longmont, CO
DigitalGlobe offers a generous compensation package including a competitive salary; choice of medical plan; dental, life, and disability insurance; a 401(K) plan with competitive company match; paid holidays and paid time off.
Applicants for this position will be required to take and pass a drug test.
Intern - Geographic Information Systems | Central Arizona Project | Phoenix, Arizona
Target 12-week Internship Dates: 5/17/17 - 8/3/17 (4-10 work schedule M-Th 6am - 4:30pm)
Work collaboratively with the CAP GIS Coordinator to gain hands-on experience in various aspects of GIS that CAP utilizes to support a complex water delivery system.
Minimum Knowledge, Skills, & Abilities
To apply: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/capaz/jobs/1630804/intern-geographic-information-systems
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The City of Kent is seeking applications for the position of GIS Supervisor. The successful candidate will possess the capacity to implement the use of digital technology to collect geographic data and will be responsible for directing the work of other GIS employees. If you have an understanding of not only GIS programs and applications, but also of effective communication and leadership methods, you may be interested in this opportunity!
This employment opportunity is now open to the public:
EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY: GIS Supervisor
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Public Works/Engineering
EMPLOYMENT STATUS: Regular, full-time
SALARY RANGE: $72,168.00 - $87,888.00 annually, depending on experience
OPENS: January 16, 2017
CLOSES: February 1, 2017
There is one (1) regular, full-time position available. This is a full-time, benefited position that is not represented by a union. Click here to view the full job announcement: http://www.kentwa.gov/jobs and select the GIS Supervisor from the list of open positions.
Florida Natural Areas Inventory (the state’s natural heritage program) is hiring a Data Services/ Communications Specialist
The Florida Natural Areas Inventory is seeking a full-time employee with a strong interest in conservation to prepare natural resource reports and data products, coordinate online mapping services, web and social media content, and assist with GIS analysis. This is an excellent opportunity to work closely with scientists, planners, and other environmental professionals, and gain experience with wildlife conservation, natural resource management, land use planning, and GIS. This is an entry-level position with full benefits.
For more information and a link to apply visit: http://www.fnai.org/employment_dataservices2017.cfm
Audubon is currently recruiting for the 2017 cohort of three Dangermond Fellows to support Enterprise GIS functions at Audubon.
Here is the link.
The Dangermond fellowship is a newly formed opportunity through the partnership between National Audubon Society & Esri. The Audubon Enterprise GIS team is hiring 3 Dangermond Fellows to assist in supporting Audubon’s Enterprise GIS platform. This prestigious fellowship is designed with the aim to foster the next generation of leaders in Enterprise GIS. Fellows will receive extensive and immersive training in the full ArcGIS platform at both the Esri campus in Redlands, CA and at the Audubon headquarters in New York City. The position runs from June 2017 until June 2018.
Fellows will work full time over the summer to attend trainings, the Esri User Conference, and spend time on a GIS related project at a unique Audubon field location (center or an office). In the fall and until the end of the fellowship, fellows will work part time and remotely from their college location. This is an excellent opportunity for an exceptional GIS student to gain experience in using the entire suite of ArcGIS capabilities to support within a large nonprofit conservation organization that is a leader in enterprise GIS. Fellows will be mentored by experts in the GIS platform. Students from all types of colleges and all areas of the country are invited to apply. When submitting your application please include a link to a 3-5 minute YouTube video explaining your interest in the fellowship. Applications that do not include a cover letter with a video link will not be accepted.
West Multnomah Soil & Water Conservation District is hiring - Conservation Tech, and Field & GIS InternRead Now
Job Location: Portland, Oregon
“Permanent-Seasonal Conservation Tech”
The West Multnomah Soil & Water Conservation District is hiring one at-will, exempt, full-time, Permanent Seasonal (mid-March to mid-November, annually) Conservation Technician position. This is a new position that will provide field data collection, field project implementation, geographic information system (GIS) and other technical support for the District’s invasive species, urban, farm, healthy streams and habitat, community garden, forestry and related conservation programs.
Application deadline: February 1, 2017 at 5:30 pm
Questions: Contact Senior Conservationist, Kammy Kern-Korot at email@example.com or call 503-238-4775 x 108
“2017 Field & GIS Internship”
West Multnomah Soil & Water Conservation District is hiring two temporary, at will, non-exempt, part-time Field Interns for spring, through fall of 2017. Ideally, one hire will start in April and work through September while the second will start in May and work through October. These six-month internships are designed to provide support to WMSWCD and experience in the areas of field monitoring, invasive species management, habitat restoration, Geographic Information Services (GIS) mapping, water quality data collection, stormwater management, forest stewardship and agricultural best management practices on private land.
Application deadline: Tuesday, February 7, 2017 by 5:30 pm
Questions: Contact Mary Logalbo, Urban Conservationist, at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (503) 238-4775 x 103