General Position Summary
This program is designed to give students a valuable learning experience and exposure to a broad base of professional forestry experiences. The internship program allows students to get career and industry experience as they complete projects and useful work first hand.
Forestry Interns work alongside and are mentored by professional foresters to assist in sustainably managing forestland. Projects and skills focus on harvest planning and administration, site preparation, regeneration surveys, road construction and maintenance, silviculture operations, use of current GIS technology.
The position is for the summer months typically on a 40-hour work week.
Job Title: Transportation Research Intern - Transportation Planning Technician 1 (13 Positions)
Opening Date: 3/26/2018
Closing Date: 4/9/2018 11:59pm
Salary: $17.15 - $22.90 Hourly
Job Type: Internship
Location: Multiple Locations – Western WA
Recruitment #: 18DOT-HQ-04520nM
These temporary positions/internships (approximately three to five months) will support the Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) managers statewide with small scale, short-term research projects. These 13 positions include collecting and analyzing data, conducting field surveys, performing literature searches, assessing data to determine outcome or results and report findings and conclusions in writing as well as making presentations to interested audiences.
The future incumbents will have an opportunity to learn about transportation planning, operation, construction and administration programs and projects by participating in tasks that help shape an individual's research capabilities and experience. This will include developing studies, work plans, collecting data, analyzing data, and reporting results. These positions will also conduct data manipulations and analysis to provide a statistical priority, or develop an agency design or position, assist with formulating policy recommendations or other tasks to support the research on topics of importance to the agency.
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The GIS Analyst will be a member of a larger team of Analysts and Developers in the Geospatial Technology Services Team in the IT Department. The Analyst will work closely with the rest of the team, as well as other teams within the IT Department to provide GIS services supporting the planning, recreation, land-use, utilities, transportation, and public safety functions throughout the City. The Analyst will perform analysis, cartographic displays, database design and maintenance, scripting, and programming under supervision and guidance of Senior GIS Analysts. Successful candidates will have a strong GIS knowledge, a desire to serve the public, and enthusiasm to explore new techniques and technologies. Scripting knowledge is a plus.
The position is required to commit approximately 28 to 30 hours a week, not exceeding 130 hours per month. Hours per week may vary based on the team's commitments. The resource must be available to work during business hours (8 a.m. and 5 p.m.). The weekly schedule can be finalized based on the person's availability and the supervisor's discretion.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
If you are someone who has discovered that "wowing" people with the power of GIS requires technical mastery and you're excited to transition beyond production-oriented GIS and put your skills to the test building tools, data, and applications that empower and excite users, we are looking for you!
In this role you will develop and deliver GIS products & solutions ensuring that customer needs are met. You pride yourself on your forward thinking and collaborative approach, and are excited to be leading all aspects of the product development life-cycle (specifications, development, testing, rollout, documentation, etc).
The Multnomah County Department of County Management (DCM) Division of Assessment, Recording & Taxation (DART) is looking for talented candidates who are eager to have an opportunity to work in an independent, innovative, and future focused role, working to bring GIS to the forefront of a department.
Who We Are & What We Do: The Division of Assessment, Recording, and Taxation (DART) exists to ensure the stability and quality of life of our community through tax administration services that fund and direct local priorities.
Find our more about us on our Public Webpage: https://multco.us/assessment-taxation
How We Engage: We commit to exemplifying an attitude of inclusiveness and congeniality. We aim to be innovative yet at the same time are skilled in being resourceful.
How We Succeed: Being mindful of our strategic anchors of reliability and responsiveness in every decision to fulfill our commitments not only to those who work here but also to provide better service to our customers.
This rewarding work will be accomplished through:
Candidates who will be the best fit for this role will have attributes that include:
Diversity and Inclusion: At Multnomah County, we don't just accept difference; we value it and support it to create a culture of dignity and respect for our employees. We are proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer.
We will consider any combination of relevant work experience, volunteering, education, and transferable skills as qualifying unless an item or section is labeled required. Please be clear and specific about how your background is relevant. For details about how we typically screen applications, review our overview of the selection process page.
Minimum Qualifications/Transferable Skills*:
Any combination of experience and training that would likely provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the knowledge and abilities would be:
Preferred Qualifications/Transferable Skills*: You do not need to have the following preferred qualifications/transferable skills to qualify. However, keep in mind we may consider some or all of the following when identifying the most qualified candidates. Please clearly explain on your application how you meet any of the following preferred qualifications/transferable skills.
*Transferable skills: Your transferable skills are any skills you have gained through education, work experience (including the military) or life experience that are relevant for this position. Be sure to describe any transferable skills on your application and clearly explain how they apply to this position.
Job Opening - GIS Analyst
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Working independently and collaboratively with others, this position plays an integral role in executing CRPUD's mission, philosophy, and commitment to providing safe, reliable power to our community and exceptional service to our internal and external customers. All employees are also expected to maintain a high level of trust, integrity, and ethical standards.
Operate and support CRPUD's computerized mapping and geographic information systems (GIS). Update the distribution base map system and the related databases from completed work orders. Maintain, update, and enter new map data using standard principles of cartography as needed.
Education and Experience
$26.85 - $38.29 per hour depending on qualifications
This position is open until filled.
The City of Hillsboro is accepting resumes for a GIS Intern with the Information Services Department. This position will use GIS (Geographic Information Systems) to map growth and building updates in Hillsboro. The GIS Intern is a temporary, part-time, 20 hour/ week internship. Hours will be scheduled Monday–Friday between 8 am–5 pm.
Compensation is up to $13.74/hour, dependent on education level.
Resumes will be accepted until April 20, 2018.
Internship Process & Timeline:
April - May: Application, Interview & Selection Process
June - August: Summer Internship
General Description of Duties:
Use GIS mapping to update City of Hillsboro maps to assess building growth
Conduct a 2017 aerial photo audit of building footprint and update GIS files accordingly
Use site plans from construction drawings to assist in the creation of the building footprint
Assist with improving the City’s GIS data inventory and metadata creation
The ideal candidate:
Is familiar with ArcGIS software and concepts
Is open to technology and learning new skills
Is a strong communicator
Must be currently enrolled in a GIS certificate program or an undergraduate program focused on cartography, mapping, Geography or Geo Science
Must complete and pass criminal background check
Must be at least 18 years of age and be able to commit to the entire internship
How to Apply: Submit letter of interest and resume by April 20, 2018 to:
City of Hillsboro Human Resources Department
Attn: Jessica Stark
150 E Main St. – 2nd floor Hillsboro, OR 97123
Email: email@example.com (GIS Internship in subject line)
Jessica Stark, City of Hillsboro Human Resources Department
or at 503-681-6222
Equal Employment Opportunity
ODOT Transportation Development Data Division is recruiting for a GIS analyst to integrate and use spatial transportation data to produce high quality analysis and output. This person will ensure the appropriate collection, storage, integration, and documentation of spatial data and will support the GIS application team. They will ensure consistent business practices regarding spatial data and GIS and will evaluate new and existing software.
We invite members of all diverse communities to join our workforce as we endeavor to best serve Oregonians from every background. ODOT values diversity and inclusion because they are good for Oregon. We believe that by welcoming differences, encouraging new ideas and views, listening to and learning from each other, and providing opportunities for professional enrichment we are better able to serve those around us. We thank you for considering this employment opportunity.
Duties & Responsibilities
Qualifications, Required & Requested SkillsMinimum Qualifications:
Three years of geographic information systems experience.
An associate's degree in computer science, information technology, or related field (such as geography, GIS, geology, planning, mathematics, social sciences, natural resources, computer science or a closely related spatial data analysis field) OR completion of a two year accredited vocational training program in information technology or related field AND one (1) year of geographic information systems experience.
This resource will help build Geospatial Information Systems joining the team that is responsible for the company maps program. We are looking for someone to help with the open street map data (open source) that will contribute to the maintenance, detection, and fixes that will allow for proper connection and accurate display data for external users.
Top 3 Skills:
1. Analysis of road network data sets
2. Experience editing maps (Open street maps)
3. Ability to build spatial reports
Great Candidates will:
-Have experience fixing map and data products
-Have experience correcting map data
-Have previously supported google maps, mapdocs, Facebook mapping, Apple maps or any other mapping contribution.
-Python and SQL Experience required
-Must be comfortable using excel to populate reports
-Must be comfortable dealing with ambiguity
-Great written and oral communication skills
-Deliver results, Dive deep, and ownership are core leadership principles for this team
Contract length: 2 months
Hours: 10am to 6pm M-F
Experis is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE/AA)
Conservation International is currently recruiting a GIS Intern for a paid summer internship in our Arlington, VA office. The internship is to take place from June 1st, 2018 thru August 21, 2018.
The GIS Intern will work on one of the following efforts currently underway at the Geospatial Applications Team:
The GIS Intern will also assist in gathering and distributing routine GIS data and information. As directed, the Intern will generate, collate, organize, maintain and archive GIS data. They will help serve as a technical resource for the Moore Center for Science and help provide decision makers with relevant GIS data needed to make informed decisions, build capacity, and help implement conservation priorities throughout CI.
Typical office environment.
For more information and to apply please visit: http://chc.tbe.taleo.net/chc01/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=CONSERVATION&cws=1&rid=1019
Innovation, collaboration, inclusivity and proactivity are highly valued at COMPASS. The Assistant Planner provides a key support role for COMPASS’ Technical Services team. The GIS Assistant Planner should expect to have a primary focus on the COMPASS Geographical Information System (GIS), but should also expect to contribute to additional planning efforts at various times throughout the regional long range planning cycle as needed. The work in this position involves the performance of routine to moderately difficult professional planning tasks under the direction of a more senior planner. The Assistant Planner will be responsible for assisting in the operating, updating, and maintenance of COMPASS GIS.
EXAMPLES OF WORK
Perform the implementation and maintenance of the COMPASS GIS; create, maintain, inventory, and analyze data.
Maintain and update GIS data in a routine manner.
Ensure the integrity, quality, and accuracy of a variety of GIS data.
Design and develop various GIS maps, routine and special requests, to accommodate the GIS needs of COMPASS staff, COMPASS member agencies, and the public.
Geocode data such as building permits, employment data, and other data at the request of member agencies.
Maintain and update Census data - annexations, address points, Census road layer.
Conduct analysis using a variety of data by both following existing processes and developing new methods as needed for COMPASS reports. Analysis will be conducted using python scripting, model builder, and/or specialty extensions.
Follow, maintain and update procedural documentation in content management software.
Gather and transform geographic and tabular data from various sources for integration into COMPASS GIS; provide updated data information to member agencies as necessary.
Follow procedural documentation to creating layers for the Performance Monitoring Report (PMR).
Digitize data using aerial imagery and other available information following topology rules. Some recent examples are enrollment zones for schools, bus routes, and the current land use layer.
Assist in the development of web applications and maps using ArcGIS Online and other emerging technologies.
Stay abreast of new and emerging trends and changing technologies in the field of GIS; read pertinent industry publications; attend meetings and training as required.
Perform other tasks as required.
REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, EXPERIENCE AND TRAINING
Proficiency with Geographic Information Systems, (ArcGIS 10.X or above preferred), Windows operating systems, MS Office suite, and Adobe. This is defined by having the existing ability to compile and analyze GIS data, read and interpret maps and data, and prepare accurate maps.
Ability to adapt to changing technologies and learn functionality of new equipment and systems.
Ability to make complete, logical, and accurate mathematical calculations.
Professional communication skills, both verbal and written,
Ability to receive coaching, instruction, and feedback with a cooperative and positive attitude,
Ability to respond skillfully to frequent change in both data inputs and work priorities.
Able to establish and maintain effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of work.
Ability to respond to inquiries in a professional and positive manner and to present a professional image to the public.
Associate's degree in Mapping, Geography or other GIS related fields or a combination of experience and education sufficient to meet the requirements for this position.
Must be available for periodic evening and weekend events and meetings.
Must be able to successfully pass a background check process which includes reference and criminal history checks.
Must be able to obtain a valid Idaho driver’s license.
The physical effort characteristics and working environment described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Occasionally lifting/carrying up to 20 pounds.
Occasionally pushing/pulling up to 20 pounds.
Work includes sensory ability to speak and hear; also includes close and distance vision.
Requires hand/finger dexterity.
Employees will sit, stand and walk.
Work environment includes inside conditions.
Employees may drive a vehicle as part of this position, in various weather and road conditions.
Employees may work occasional evenings and/or weekends.
This is a full time, non-exempt position.
HIRING SALARY RANGE
$40,000 to $43,500, plus comprehensive benefits. Starting salary is dependent on skills, experience and education.
HOW TO APPLY
Submit resume, cover letter and salary history/requirements electronically to Megan Larsen at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The position is open until filled. In compliance with Title 65, Chapter 5 of the Idaho Code, preference will be given to veteran’s preference eligible applicants. COMPASS reserves the right, at the discretion of the appropriate appointing authority, to waive any of the minimum qualifications for those applicants whose general or specific qualifications would otherwise qualify the applicant for the position or lead the appointing authority to believe that the applicant is capable of performing the assigned duties and fulfilling the assigned responsibilities.