Temporary GIS Analyst - City of Kirkland
Minimum Salary: $5,856.00 per month
Maximum Salary: $6,889.00 per month
Employment Type: Full Time
Department: Information Technology
Closes: April 05, 2018 at 5:00 PM
(Open to current employees and the general public.)
The GIS Analyst facilitates all activities related to the design, maintenance, and operation of city geographic information systems. This includes responsibility for documentation, maintenance, and reliability of geographic information systems and related data; and implementation of standards and procedures to create and maintain the Citywide GIS. The tasks will include assisting in database design, source data research, map compilation, digitizing(COGO), attribute coding, quality control, and documentation (metadata); supporting the citywide GIS program and assisting in implementing the overall system including related application and data development tasks as described in the city’s GIS plan; observing standards for ongoing GIS database development, application development, and interdepartmental operating procedures; providing data development support to include database design reviewing, data acceptance testing, data loading and data maintenance/posting; preparing data conversion specifications and or specification review; performing database administration such as: data loading, data integrity testing, spatial metadata, and data distribution.
This is a temporary full-time position with an anticipated but not guaranteed end date of April 2nd, 2019.
Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, Geography, Civil Engineering, Architecture, Planning, Public Administration or any combination thereof.
At least 3 years progressively responsible experience, at least 1 year working in data development with land information systems (LIS) and GIS, including strong technical experience with geographic database design, GIS data conversion processes and data analysis.
Experience should include: 2 years of hands-on use of GIS software, ESRI ArcGIS Desktop Advanced, ArcGIS Server and associated modules preferred, at least 1 year of project experience demonstrating a basic working knowledge of relational database management systems (Oracle or SQL Server preferred), relational data modeling, and relational database design. 1-2 years experience performing application requirements analysis and/or client/server application development.
GIS Technician – Temporary
Swinomish Indian Tribal Community
SALARY: $13-$15+/hr, DOE
CLOSES: Open until filled, applications considered beginning April 1, 2018
SCHEDULE & DATES: Three months full-time (40 hours/week) with the possibility of an
additional three months, or 20 hours/week part time equivalent, or combination depending on successful candidate’s availability. See below for working hours.
The GIS Intern assists the GIS Program with various GIS projects related to land management, environmental protection, resource management, and planning. This is a temporary part-time position based in the Swinomish Land Management Department, and is supervised by the GIS Coordinator. Work schedule is flexible within business hours but full-time is preferred. Business hours are Mon/Wed 8am-6pm, Thurs 8am-5:30pm.
REPRESENTATIVE ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
This list is intended only to illustrate the various types of work that may be performed. The omission of specific statements does not exclude them from the position if the work is similar, related or logical assignment to the position.
• Tasks include data input, include updating and improving existing datasets with current data, assistance with file reorganization, data analysis, map output, and creation of metadata.
• Must be willing and available to perform fieldwork-e.g. along the shoreline, into forested areas, along roads, etc.
• Other tasks include maintenance of existing databases and manual entry of coordinate geometry from survey documents and other legal records into cadastral datasets.
Because of the Tribe’s commitment to community service and the well-being of its members, each employee may be expected to perform a wide range of office and field duties from time to time. Such duties may or may not be related to their regular responsibilities.
MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS AND QUALIFICATIONS
• Minimum education requirements: High School Diploma or GED and some college coursework in GIS or related field, such as geography or computer science.
• Must have some formal GIS education, or have introductory GIS experience.
• Experience using a computer and spreadsheet programs, and data entry.
• Experience with ESRI’s desktop GIS software (ArcGIS).
• Physical ability to work in the field including wading in streams, wetlands, forests, and at beaches during all weather conditions as well as work in an office setting;
• Familiarity with stormwater related issues preferred.
• Attention to detail is a must.
• Motivated to learn.
• Ability to complete projects within specified timeframes.
• Ability to maintain confidential and sensitive information.
• Current and valid Washington State Driver’s License.
The Personnel Policies and Procedures of the Swinomish Tribal Community apply to all employees. Employees in this classification are considered temporary.
• To obtain an application: Go to: http://www.swinomish-nsn.gov/resources/humanresources.aspx or call 360-466-1216 or e mail firstname.lastname@example.org;
• Include a cover letter identifying why you feel you are qualified for this position;
• Include the completed Swinomish Tribal Community application form; do not write, “See
resume” on the application; professional and/or scholastic references only; and,
• Return cover letter, resume, and application to Alethia Edwards, Human Resources Director, as soon as possible.
Swinomish Tribal Community
11404 Moorage Way, La Conner, WA. 98257
Fax number: 360-466-1348
Assistant Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Specialist
Employer: Metro’s Research Center
Location: Portland, OR
Salary: $57,678.40 - $77,334.40 Annually
Closing: 3/29/2018 5:00 PM Pacific
You've heard that "data is the new bacon", meaning that the demands are for greater quality and greater quantity. In Metro's Research Center, our mantra is "Great data informs great decisions." We are looking for someone who wants to join a small team of data professionals who are maintaining and expanding one of the most comprehensive geospatial databases in the country, and one that has been continuously maintained and published for more than 20 years. Our newest challenge is supplying the data for a geospatially-derived Performance Measures Program. We're hoping for someone who wants to grow with this program.
The person filling this position will perform skilled technical duties related to the Metro's Geographic Information System (GIS) with a primary focus on data development and maintenance, analysis and map production activities, including the responsibility for GIS and database quality assurance and the creation of procedural documents and metadata.
This is a limited-duration position currently funded through June 2019. We will be seeking to extend this position to a regular (non-limited) position within Enterprise Services prior to the expiration of the current limited duration period.
Supervision is provided by the Research Center Enterprise Services Manager.
Metro, a regional government in Portland, OR, works with communities, businesses and residents in the Portland metropolitan area to chart a wise course for the future while protecting the things we value about this place. The work and decisions made by Metro are supported by the Regional Land Information System (RLIS). RLIS consists of 100s of data layers, consumes terabytes of disk space that is used by a range of analysts and applications.
The Assistant GIS Specialist performs a variety of professional GIS tasks. We are looking for a professional who is familiar with the maintenance and application of a variety of GIS data, and wants to grow their career. The position will focus on creating, maintaining and improving various datasets that are part of Metro's enterprise data in RLIS.
At Metro, we hire a workforce representative of the communities we serve, understanding that a diverse workforce strengthens our organization. We value diversity and support a positive and welcoming environment where all of our employees can thrive.
Essential Job Duties
An employee in this position must be able to perform all the essential job duties listed below with or without reasonable accommodation; however, this list does not include all of the specific tasks which an employee in this position may be expected to perform.
Metro organizes its positions into classifications. Classification descriptions are typically written broadly and do not include the specific duties and responsibilities of the positions. This position falls under the Assistant GIS Specialist classification (click to read the full classification).
Bachelor's degree in geography, engineering, computer science, course work in Geographic Information Systems (GIS), and one year of work experience in GIS and computer experience; OR any combination of education and experience which provides the applicant with the knowledge, skills and abilities required to perform the job.
An Associate Degree and GIS certification OR any additional demonstrated experience with geographic information systems may meet suitable combination of education and experience, which may substitute for a Bachelor's degree. Additional transferable skills will also be considered.
Online applications: Metro accepts job applications online. If you need assistance or accommodation with your application, or access to a computer, call 503-797-1570.
Job Posting: HP#2018-94
Position: GIS Specialist
Department: Information Services
Pay Range 25: $4,826 - $6,351 per month depending on qualifications.
Full-time regular position with benefits.
Close: March 23, 2018
The Information Services Department is recruiting for the above position. See attached job classification for more information. We are also recruiting externally at this time.
Persons who are not current City of Hillsboro employees are welcome to apply through our online application process found here: www.Hillsboro-Oregon.gov/Jobs. Email applications will not be accepted for external applicants.
The City of Hillsboro is looking for a fanatic GISer to fill an open GIS Specialist position (opening due to a promotion!). The GIS team in the Information Services department joins forces with the imbedded GIS teams and power users across the City to empower GIS tools and solutions for departments to serve our Hillsboro Citizens. Projects vary from small to large, internal or external applications, creating, processing and maintaining data, and much more!
This position touches many different types of GIS work which also contributes to our surrounding jurisdictional partners at the local, county and state level. The candidate we are looking for will work together to balance and enhance these concepts with the existing team and together, achieve assignments with a wide range of varying governing perspectives and priorities.
General Statement of Duties
The principal function of an employee in this class is to perform technical support for GIS systems. Incumbents may serve as the initial response to an application, system, or related technical problem; troubleshoot performance issues; etc. Incumbents may be responsible for administering, maintaining, troubleshooting, and monitoring applications, programs, devices, computers, or other technical products, processes, or systems. Responsibilities include production system problem resolution and provision of support to Analysts.
Acceptable Experience and Training
Associate’s degree in Geography, Computer Science or a closely related field and 3 years GIS data development and cartographic experience and may require specific certifications; or, an equivalent combination of education and experience sufficient to successfully perform the essential duties of the job such as those listed above.
Depending on assignment, some positions may require:
Eligible persons who are qualified and interested in applying for the position must deliver a letter of interest, resume, and supplemental responses to the Human Resources Department (150 E. Main Street, Second Floor) OR you may email your application materials to Recruitment@hillsboro-oregon.gov as a PDF or Word attachment by 5:00 pmon Friday, March 23, 2018. The letter of interest must include the hiring process number (HP#2018-94). If you have any questions regarding the information in this announcement, please contact Carlton Babbidge, Recruitment Analyst at extension 6425.
CITY OF HILLSBORO
INFORMATION SERVICES DEPARTMENT
Please prepare word-processed, handwritten or typewritten responses to each of the following items. Relevancy of your experience and training together with composition, grammar, spelling, punctuation, legibility, and neatness will be considered when evaluating responses. Provide as much detail as you believe will fully describe your experience and training.
Applications without supplemental questions and a resume will not be considered.
The Enterprise GIS team at the Port of Seattle has an excellent opportunity for a GIS Application Developer. This job has been posted to the Port of Seattle website and will accept applications until Friday March 30th. The Port of Seattle features a hybrid GIS infrastructure of both Esri and Open Source tools so we’ve got it all and are free to use the right tool for the job.
Title GIS Software Engineer
Department 1910 Technology Delivery
Location POS Headquarters / Pier 69
Auto req ID 1135BR
Compensation Minimum $ 94,277.00 to Midpoint $ 117,846 (Grade 29)
Provide GIS application development expertise for the Port of Seattle’s Esri-based GIS environment. Includes systems design, application design and implementation (client/server & web), systems maintenance & support, and database design & administration.
This list is ILLUSTRATIVE ONLY, and is not a comprehensive listing of all functions and duties performed. Essential duties and responsibilities may include, but are not limited to, the following:
Design and develop GIS applications and associated databases to ensure intended business functionality and integration with Enterprise GIS infrastructure.
Provide program technical expertise for Enterprise GIS application design, implementation and deployment. Develop data-sharing capability and ensure system continuity.
Provide Port-wide GIS technical consulting for project managers, Information Technology staff, survey staff, CAD specialists, GIS users, and divisional business staff.
Stay abreast of emerging GIS technologies and trends and advise ICT management when opportunities exist to leverage these new technologies to enhance Enterprise GIS applications, infrastructure, connectivity, data quality, and data interoperability.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES:
Strong customer service, organization, communication, problem solving, and interpersonal skills. Communicate technical information to non-technical personnel, either verbally and/or in writing. Work on multiple projects simultaneously with proven ability to independently learn new concepts, skills and technologies. Demonstrated proficiency with the core competencies of problem solving, composure, decision quality, perseverance, peer relationships, time management, and self-development. Effective communications skills, including oral, written, and presentation skills. Leadership skills to technical mentor, assess and delegation of tasks.
Ability to effectively deal with GIS integration and deployment issues. Ability to function as a member of a technical team and be able to communicate GIS concepts to a broad range of technical and non-technical staff. Ability to work independently and in collaboration with multidisciplinary teams of managerial, technical, and end-users to accomplish goals. Demonstrate initiative to work and effectively prioritize in a highly dynamic, self-directed work environment.
Combination of education and experience demonstrating knowledge, skills and abilities equivalent to:
Additional Details A valid Washington State Driver’s License, or the ability to obtain one, is required.
Job ID: 36483
Employer: Arizona Department of Environmental Quality
Post Date: 03/02/2018
Closing Date: not specified
At ADEQ our vision is to be the number one state in the nation in balanced, leading-edge environmental protection; through technical and operational excellence; and radical simplicity for customers and staff. We are currently looking for a GIS Analyst who is committed to our Agency, passionate to excel in their career and engaged in our mission. Only this caliber of employee will be successful in driving our Agency towards accomplishing our vision.
As the GIS Analyst you will be responsible for collaborating in assessing, recommending and defining GIS projects and ensuring the major goals, deliverables and deadlines for the unit are met. The IT Department will rely on you for maintaining and developing GIS products through database, remote sensing, and programming technologies. We expect you to bring a highly developed understanding of cartography to this position, be relied upon as an expert, and adhere to map standards. Main responsibilities include:
Ideal candidate will possess:
Having trouble applying for this position? Email HRIShelpdesk@azdoa.gov or call 602-542-4700 for assistance.
Job ID: 36440
Employer: Arizona Department of Health Services
Post Date: 03/01/2018
Closing Date: not specified
The GIS Analyst position will be under the general direction of the GIS Senior Analyst and will provide GIS services that include: mapping, geocoding, spatial analysis, providing training for beginning GIS users, and developing the necessary data to be used in calculating rates and producing maps. At times, the GIS Analyst position will be tasked with maintaining GIS software and other GIS resources as well as researching GIS problems and potential solutions.
Coastal Wetland Carbon Data Technician
Application Period: February 16 - Position is Filled
Pay: $37,113-$45,972 depending on experience
Contract Period: 1 year subject to renewal depending on performance and funding
The candidate will join the Coastal Carbon Research Coordination Network based at the Smithsonian Environmental Research Center (SERC) in
This position requires a BS in ecology, environmental science, geography, computer science or a related discipline, and some coding experience in programs such as R or Python. The ideal candidate would have experience using GitHub to facilitate collaboration, proven experience with managing large or complex datasets, and familiarity with carbon cycle science, climate change, and coastal wetland research issues. Exemplary candidates will have an MS degree, HTML and Web Design skills, experience with R-Shiny design, experience with producing field and lab data, and GIS proficiency.
Tidal marshes, mangrove swamps, and seagrass meadows are unique ecosystems found on coastlines worldwide. These wetlands support specialized plant, microbe and animal species that collectively form some of the Earth’s most productive ecosystems. Coastal wetlands are also under severe pressure from human activity which threatens to diminish the many benefits they provide. Among these is the fact that they remove large amounts of the greenhouse gas carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and bury it in soils for centuries to millennia.
The candidate will join the Coastal Carbon Research Coordination Network based at the Smithsonian Environmental Research Center (SERC). The goal of the Network is to accelerate the pace of discovery in coastal carbon science by serving a community of researchers and practitioners with data, tools and synthesis opportunities. The technician will work with Ecologist James Holmquist and Research Scientist Pat Megonigal to support the major data analysis and sharing goals of this project. This will include handling data submissions from outside researchers, completing literature reviews, building databases, web interfaces, and online tools, providing technical support during collaborative science meetings, and contributing to the overall scientific quality of the operation. Please send a brief cover letter outlining how you meet the required qualifications, a resume, and the names of three references to CoastalCarbon@si.edu.
SERC is focused on understanding the causes and consequences of environmental change for marine, freshwater, and terrestrial ecosystems. The main campus is a 2,650-acre research site on the shores of the Chesapeake Bay in Edgewater Maryland. Facilities include the Global Change Research Wetland, the site of the known longest running ecological manipulation experiment. Nearby cities include historic Annapolis, Maryland's capital, and D.C. The technician will be hired as a ‘Trust Employee’ through Smithsonian’s non-profit wing. This will entitle them to health, vision, dental benefits.
Our client locatred in Portland is looking for 2 (TWO) GIS Specialists with 3 years of related experience working in a fast paced, high volume production environment using ArcGIS. Experience in the energy industry is a huge plus.
Role will entail: