Use your passion of GIS technology together with your business acumen to help drive decisions of our retail store fleet.
The GIS Analyst is responsible for providing geospatial analysis, mapping, and enhancement of our GIS systems in support of our company’s retail store needs. You’ll develop and deliver results on a range of business analytics using a combination of GIS and business data.
Desired Skills and Experience
INTERA Incorporated is seeking qualified applicants for a GIS Analyst/Developer position in our Richland, Washington, office. This position develops, implements, and maintains complex GIS applications, including web-based systems. Supports the creation, maintenance, and usage of GIS data by both technical and non-technical users. Writes GIS software applications for delivery of various data types over multiple platforms. Maintains quality control and assurance and thorough documentation. Monitors system usage and provides hardware and software support as required.
INTERA is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
April 16th & 17th, 2014
(Workshops April 15th)
Early Registration is NOW OPEN! Click HERE to register.
Eight weeks until the Premier GIS conference in Oregon.
Please mark your calendars for the TWENTY-SECOND Annual GIS In Action Conference, hosted by the Columbia River Region of the American Society of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (ASPRS) and the Oregon-Southwest Washington Chapter of the Urban and Regional Information Systems Association (URISA). This year, we are back at Portland State University! Each year ASPRS and URISA collaborate to hold this informational conference on current issues in the Geospatial Information Community. Join us for what will surely be another successful opportunity to meet with colleagues in the geospatial industries and organizations, to learn about emerging topics and recent advances in GIS applications, and to discuss our problems and solutions together. Don’t miss this amazing opportunity to meet and network with GIS professionals from the region. Find out who is doing what, and how.
Preliminary Conference Program coming soon!
We have a new conference only web site.
Register now for the upcoming GIS in Action conference April 16 & 17, 2014 held at Portland State University.
There are several pre-conference workshops being held on Tuesday, April 15th, the day before the conference. These workshops are all offered at a discount to conference attendees.
Here is the list of workshops with detailed descriptions on the web site.
Call for posters!
Poetical Poster Contestants,
Participants at the 2014 GIS in Action conference will have the opportunity to present a poster and engage in a competition, which includes prizes in different poster categories. Anyone going to the conference can enter to display their poster. Details for entry to the competition are below. You can enter a digital and/or paper version. The deadline to enter is the beginning of the conference.
Voting will happen on all posters and winners will receive $50 REI gift certificates for first place and $25 certificate for second place for five categories.
If you plan to enter a poster please send an e-mail to email@example.com.
More information about the Posters is on the Program tab on our new web site.
JWA is a small and growing consulting firm (now with 3.25 FTE) based in Portland, Oregon. Founded on the work of Jarrett Walker (see his book Human Transit and blog HumanTransit.org), our firm’s mission is to raise expectations for quality and clarity in studies and public discussions of transit planning.
We offer our clients an innovative approach to transit planning, in which planning and policy
thinking are integrated, and technical ideas are connected to the values that motivate people to
care about transit.
Projects we lead include transit network redesign studies, practical visioning workshops and
service branding studies.
GIS analysis, map-making, and creating visual explanations are integral to nearly all of our
work. Quantitative analysis, typically using Excel, is also important. We are seeking a talented
and creative person to join our team as an Analyst at the Junior Associate level, to help us
deliver great work to clients while continuing to innovate in our approach.
For a full job description and application details: http://urbanist.typepad.com/files/jwa-jr.-associate-gis-analyst.pdf
West Multnomah Soil & Water Conservation District is hiring one limited-duration, at will, non-exempt, part-time Field Intern for the spring and summer of 2014 (approximately April though September). This internship is designed to provide experience in the areas of water quality, invasive species, habitat restoration, GIS, forestry and agricultural land uses.
More details about the opportunity are attached and also posted on our website at: http://www.wmswcd.org/content.cfm/Who-We-Are/Employment-Opportunities
The PSU Geospatial Information Society is hosting a colloquium next Friday, 21 Jan, from 3:00 to 4:00 PM in Cramer Hall room 413.
Our speaker will be Nathan Wood, a research geographer with the USGS. His presentation will focus on how GIS is being used to help plan the location of tsunami vertical-evacuation refuges in coastal areas subject to tsunami threat in the Pacific Northwest.
All are welcome, and we invite you to join us for this presentation. Please see the attached flyer for more information.
If you are an ASPRS member, please note that the ASPRS Columbia River Region Annual Dinner takes place later that same day.
the latest issue of Esri News for Students and Recent Graduates is now available online:
Included in this issue is information on summer programs (deadlines approaching!), careers for soon-to-be grads, GeoDev Meetups, and more.
We are heading back to the Horse Brass Pub on Belmont this month.
Tomorrow (2nd Wednesday of February)
4534 SE Belmont
Invasive Species GIS Internship
Clark Public Utilities – StreamTeam & Eradication Nation
Project Location: 8600 NE 117th Avenue, Vancouver, Washington
Start date: Position available part-time starting in late March/early April. Full-time start date flexible, May – October.
The watershed enhancement program at Clark Public Utilities began in 1992 and has grown to become a regionally recognized environmental restoration effort. Since the program’s inception, volunteers from a variety of backgrounds have planted over 740,000 native trees to bring salmon back to Salmon Creek. Unfortunately a variety of non-native invasive plant species threaten these important riparian ecosystems.
The GIS Intern will support the Utilities’ Eradication Nation program. This program is focused on controlling invasive Japanese knotweed and other invasive plant species in the Salmon Creek watershed while engaging volunteers and landowners in the community. The GIS Intern will assist with field activities such as knotweed surveys and control, but will primarily focus on managing and processing GPS data taken in the field. Compensation is dependent on college enrollment. Individuals who have just graduated will also be considered.
Other Duties Include:
The intern will have the opportunity to develop the following skills: invasive plant ecology, taxonomy and identification; invasive species management practices including survey and treatment methods; and experience using programs such as Microsoft Excel, ArcGIS 10, ArcPad 10 and DNR Garmin.
Work hours / internship duration:
Interns are expected to work a minimum of 40 hours per week during the summer months (June-September). Flex time will be given for weeks where interns are expected to work on Saturdays.
Compensation is dependent on college enrollment. Individuals who have just graduated will also be considered. School attendance is not required during the summer break. $9.50 per hour to start; $10.50 after 520 hours. This is a non-benefited position.
Submit cover letter, resume and references by March 1, 2014 to:
Bethany Lund, Invasive Species Program Coordinator, firstname.lastname@example.org, 360 992 8787
Visit our website – www.streamteam.net, click on Eradication Nation for more information about the program.
GIS / CAD Technician
City of Mukilteo
The GIS Technician produces maps for all city departments, develops and maintains the city’s GIS database and coverages and gathers GPS data. Produces CAD drawings as needed for the Engineering Department. This is a shared position between the City of Mukilteo and other outside agencies.
For full job description and application details: http://www.planning.org/jobs/search/listing/?AdID=47557