Environmental GIS Specialist to join our team in Portland, OR. The entry-level GIS Specialist will join an existing team of GIS and data management specialists in integrating GIS technology in support of our core services including contaminated site management projects, project impact assessment studies, and environmental permitting efforts.
For more information:
GIS temp position at XPO Logistics
Skills / Qualifications
Information Systems Specialist 5 (9-1-1 GIS Coordinator)
Salary: $4,419.00 - $6,387.00 Monthly
Location: Salem, OR
Agency: Oregon's Office of Emergency Management (OEM)
DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:
The primary purpose of this position is the coordination of statewide 9-1-1 spatial data acquisition and maintenance of the statewide emergency response digital map library; coordinates the documentation of information; and provides customer service in the use of GIS to public safety agencies and organizations both familiar and unfamiliar with the technology. This position is the statewide expert on 9-1-1 GIS software programs utilized within the PSAPs in Oregon.
Working closely with GIS Analysts and Wildlife Biologists in a group setting, the GIS Assistant will work on projects primarily focused on processing geospatial data for priority drought planning and response for the California Department of Fish and Wildlife.
Sequoia Riverlands Trust, a non-profit conservation organization located in Visalia California, is looking for a Conservation Project Manager. This position will coordinate management and reporting for multiple habitat mitigation sites. We are looking for a person with solid GIS skills in map making and data management, with a background in biology, environmental science or natural resources management. Please see attached position description for contact information.
JOB ANNOUNCEMENT – Aerial Mapping Company
POSITION: Aerial Sensor Operator & GIS/IT Technician
TYPE: Full Time (F/T) with Benefits
GeoTerra, Inc. is a full service aerial mapping company with offices in Portland, Eugene, and Boise with a hangar facility at Aurora State Airport, 20 minutes south of Portland. The company works for a wide variety of private and government entities across the United States with internal flight operations supporting the Pacific Northwest. GeoTerra operates three (3) aircraft with both imaging and Lidar type sensor systems. Each aircraft has a 2-person flight crew with a Pilot and Sensor Operator.
Position: The Sensor Operator is responsible for the aerial photography and LiDAR sensor systems and assisting the pilot, as needed. As a member of the flight crew, the candidate must be comfortable in small aircraft and have a GIS and/or Information Technology (IT) background. A small to medium sized person is required since the aircraft has limited space and overall weight restrictions. GeoTerra utilizes a Cessna 310, a Cessna 210 Turbo, and a Cessna 180 type aircraft. No previous experience with aerial sensors is required but the person should be very comfortable with operating a computer system. Experience with geographic information systems (GIS) software is a plus. Normally aircraft fly 8 to 12 times per month when weather conditions are good for aerial collection of image and Lidar type data sets. Given our regional weather, more flying is done from March through October than during winter months.
Secondary Duties: The Sensor Operator processes imagery and Lidar data after flights using specialized computer software. Data is reviewed for quality and completeness then forwarded on to mapping staff for production processes. Additional duties may include IT related duties, flight planning, GIS applications, and general support to office and hangar staff.
Additional Information: Our goal is to find a person who will thrive in this type of environment. Since the number of flight hours throughout the year are limited, we are searching for a candidate with GIS and/or Information Technology skills who will assist in other departments of the company. The work location flexes between our office in Portland (Sellwood neighborhood) and the hangar facility near Aurora. We will entertain the idea of this person working primarily at the Aurora hangar facility, as an option.
If interested, please forward resume and cover letter to:
Attn: Debbie Hazell
If you have questions, please contact Debbie at 541.343.8877
OSGEO May meetingis tomorrow, Wednesday May 17th, At Ecotrust in the Alder room from
Full details are on Calagator at: http://calagator.org/events/1250471921
This month's agenda: exciting happenings in geodata, bring your own geo-show and tell, and the usual roundup of updates for summer events like Pedalpalooza, FOSS4G, State of the Map US, and more!
Our special guests this month are Arty Rodriguez (ODFW Oregon Conservation Strategy GIS Analyst) and Ryan Hodges (Ecotrust Senior Software Developer) who will be talking to us about the Compass mapping application and the http://OregonConservationStrategy.org
website developed for Oregon Fish and Wildlife.
As always, there will be pizza!
At Washington County, you are given opportunities and challenges to embrace your potential and achieve your personal best, every day. The Engineering Construction Services Division within the Department of Land Use and Transportation is supported by 102 full-time staff that is responsible for road and bridge maintenance, emergency response, public right-of-way and environmental stewardship.
What you will find in our Land Use and Transportation Department is something special - purposeful work done with a shared set of values that brings us together. As a Survey Technician I, you will be part of a professional team in the Development Review Section of the County Surveyor's Office. The Development review activities will include administration of the Road Naming and Addressing program, updating official records, and other duties related to public service in Washington County.
Washington County offers employees a collaborative culture, work-life balance, and a comprehensive benefits package. Working within Washington County provides daily opportunities to serve and build communities now and into the future. We are an equal opportunity employer with a commitment to a diverse and inclusive workforce. Women, minorities, veterans and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
ESSENTIAL JOB DUTIES
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIESEducation and Experience:
The Institute for Applied Ecology (www.appliedeco.org) is seeking to hire a Restoration Ecologist with a diverse skill-set to lead several enhancement and restoration projects as part of a Habitat Restoration team. Projects are primarily focused in the Willamette Valley, but may also include the Coast Range and other Oregon ecoregions. Habitat enhancement work supports the conservation and recovery of rare plants (e.g., Nelson’s checkermallow and Bradshaw’s lomatium) and wildlife (e.g., Fender’s blue butterfly and Western meadowlark) using a variety of restoration techniques.
The Institute for Applied Ecology (IAE) is a dynamic nonprofit organization whose mission is to conserve native species and habitats through restoration, research and education. The Habitat Restoration Program of IAE conducts ecological restoration in the Pacific Northwest through on-theground restoration, development of ecologically appropriate seed mixes, cultivation of partnerships that promote regional conservation, and the advancement of restoration science and innovative techniques.
For full job description: http://appliedeco.org/wp-content/uploads/IAE-Job-Announcement-Restoration-Ecologist-2017-1.pdf
National Park Service (NPS) Geoscientists-In-the-Parks (GIP) Opportunities
Unless specified in the position description, the application deadline for all fall/winter GIP positions is 1 Jul. 2017.
NEW GIP Eligibility Guideline in 2017: Geoscientists-in-the-Parks participants are considered AmeriCorps members. AmeriCorps limits the number of terms an individual can serve to four terms. If an applicant has previously completed four GIP or other AmeriCorps positions, he/she will not be eligible to apply for an additional GIP position.
This list includes Standard GIP Opportunities, and GIP Guest Scientist Opportunities. To see details and eligibility requirements, please go to the GIP home page.
NPS Geoscientists-In-the-Parks (GIP) Opportunities
The following positions are all classified as standard "Geoscientists-in-the-Parks" (GIP) Opportunities. These opportunities are designed for participants between the ages of 18 and 35 years old. They generally last 12 weeks (or more), and take place during the summer, although some positions occur during fall/winter.