Minimum Salary: $8,266.00 per month
Maximum Salary: $10,666.00 per month
Employment Type: Full Time
Department: Information Technology
Open until filled.. Applications first reviewed on: Tuesday, June 2, 2020
(Open to current employees and the general public.)
Located on the beautiful shores of Lake Washington in the vibrant downtown corridor of Kirkland, the City has a career opportunity for the position of IT GIS Supervisor. Come and join an outstanding team, department and organization!
The IT Supervisor for Geographic Information Systems (GIS) is responsible for citywide geospatial technology and GIS-enabled systems in the Information Technology Department. The team supports our internal and external customers by providing a reliable, redundant and secure geospatial platform. The GIS portfolio reflects the diversity and complexity of City services and products including Enterprise Asset Management (EAM), permitting and inspection, addressing, public safety dispatch and records, and community engagement to name a few.
The Supervisor will prioritize, manage, and inspect the workload of GIS Analysts daily, mentoring and developing their technical and teamwork skills. The supervisor will foster collaborative relationships with internal City IT customers and application vendors ensuring that the systems are performing as expected and meeting the customers’ growing business needs. The supervisor will monitor team and individual progress towards the work plan as well as maintain and report work backlogs for the team members supervised.
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
Education and Experience:
Bachelor's Degree in Information Technology, Geography or related field plus five or more years of related experience in management of Geographic Information Systems,(GIS), supervisory experience preferred OR any combination of education, training and experience that will allow successful performance of the essential duties of the position.
Certifications in ITIL and/or other industry standards desirable.
Clackamas Soil and Water Conservation District seeks applicants for a Multi-County Riparian Technician. This is a limited duration (1.5 years), full-time position that is grant funded. The goal is establishment of riparian buffers in Clackamas, Yamhill, and Marion Counties.
The primary work station will be located in Beavercreek, Oregon. The successful applicant will work with landowners in Clackamas, Yamhill, and Marion Counties to primarily promote, enroll, establish, and monitor riparian buffers under the USDA Conservation Reserve Enhancement Program (CREP).
The minimum qualifications for the Multi-County Riparian Technician are:
A Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) Planner Certification is highly desired but not required.
Wages and Benefits: The District offers a competitive wage and benefits package. The wage for the Multi-County Riparian Technician position is $23.50 per hour
How to Apply: Applicants must provide a cover letter, resume, and a completed District application form. All application materials are available to download below or call the Clackamas Soil and Water Conservation District office at 503-210-6000.
We will accept electronic or regular mailed submissions only. No Faxes will be accepted. Applications must be received by June 5, 2020.
Mail your application materials to:
Clackamas Soil and Water Conservation District
ATTN: Hiring Team
PO Box 830
Beavercreek, OR 97004
OR submit electronically to firstname.lastname@example.org
Want to join something GREAT and make a difference?
The Northeast Region GIS Analyst is a position that will challenge your critical thinking skills and test your innovative ideas to achieve solutions for the long-term benefit of future generations. Northeast Region is seeking an innovative technologically advanced individual to join our team. Working in eastern Washington will provide you challenging opportunities in natural resource management. You will be confronted with choices and decisions that can have short-term gain but can have long-term impacts.
If you have the confidence in yourself to achieve greatness, are a critical analytical thinker and technologically advanced; then Northeast Region is interested in you.
What we will trust you with:
The Region GIS Analyst will use geographic information systems (GIS), Land Resources Manager (LRM), Civil 3D and other technology to create work products, analyze existing data, prepare reports and recommend business alternatives for the profitable and sustainable harvesting of timber.
You will serve as a data steward for Northeast Region by maintaining tabular and spatial data within Land Resource Manager (LRM) database. Provides region wide support for LRM with regard to updates, oversight, technical assistance, trouble shooting, dialogue with Division, and provides training to staff.
Who are we looking for?
The right candidate has an understanding of:
One of the world's most scenic places, Washington State offers breathtaking discoveries for people who love natural beauty and outdoor recreation, from the Pacific Coast shores to the rugged Cascade Mountains to the rolling hills of the Palouse. Your office will be located Colville Washington, headquarters of DNR Northeast Region. Here you will find a small town atmosphere busy with timber industry. Our town is a great place to raise children and be involved in the community. There are opportunities to live in the country while maintaining a short commute to the office.
Colville is surrounded by beautiful lakes, rivers, and mountains offering an abundance of recreation. If you want to live in a culture that is all about hunting, fishing, and enjoying the outdoors then this is the place for you. There are so many opportunities here whether you love road cycling, mountain biking, ripping it up on your ATV, or shredding the snow slopes, Colville is the place.
You'll be within two hours of Spokane and Canada with much to explore. Most people who come here, never leave. We think that says something about Colville.
Why work for DNR?
At DNR, we value public service, innovation and creative problem solving, safety and well-being, and leadership and teamwork. At DNR you'll support the vision of a sustainable future by using your skills to protect and manage the state's natural resources for both current and future generations. As a DNR employee, you'll work with the public's interest in mind as we manage more than 5 million acres of state-owned forest, range, commercial, agricultural and aquatic lands. But managing lands is only half of our story. We house the Washington Geological Survey, a dynamic program that is the primary source of geological products and services in support of decision making in Washington. We also protect other public resources such as fish, wildlife, water, and provide public access to outdoor recreation. Two of our largest and most important state-wide resource protection responsibilities are fire prevention and suppression, and overseeing forest practices.
We are nearly 1,500 employees strong and dedicated to making DNR a great place to work. Our mission is to serve Washington's lands and communities; build strong and healthy rural communities; enhance forest health and wildfire management; strengthen the health and resilience of our lands and waters; and increase public engagement and commitment to our public lands and resources. In partnership with citizens and governments, we provide innovative leadership and expertise to ensure environmental protection, public safety, perpetual funding for schools and communities, and a rich quality of life. At DNR we approach our work through the lens of making Washington a better place environmentally, economically and socially for current and future generations.
See below for a free webinar series of potential interest, offered by the Johns Hopkins University Energy and Environmental Programs Speaker Series, "Making Sense of COVID-19 Data through Geospatial Technology":
About the Johns Hopkins webinar series:
The novel COVID-19 pandemic has already profoundly impacted the world in ways that have not been seen for generations and the full effects have yet to be quantified. Geospatial Technology plays a critical role in understanding and combating the virus threat. Learn how Geographic information Systems Technology (GIS) is being leveraged as a powerful data visualization and analysis tool for making science-based spatial decisions that have real-world consequences. Explore how COVID-19 epidemiology data, location intelligence, and map visualization technology are used to support a variety of pandemic web maps, graphs and applications used to raise awareness, inform public decision-making, and guide policy decisions on a global scale. Through this speaker series, attendees will gain an understanding of: cutting-edge geospatial practices used in epidemiology (past and present), the use and application of GIS on a global scale, the biological nuance of the Coronavirus, and how COVID-19 data can be and is used by city, counties, states and government to make critical decisions.
In Part 1, industry experts will be sharing experiences and big picture workflows of using geospatial technology to display and analyze COVID-19 data. Speakers include:
Enhseng (Frank) Dong, PhD Candidate from Johns Hopkins COVID-19 Dashboard Team
Dr. Este Geraghty, Chief Medical Officer and Health Solutions Director at Esri.
This is the first of a four-part series. You can register for all parts using the links below:
Register for Part 1: June 3rd
Register for Part 2: June 17th
Register forPart 3: July 1st
Register forPart 4: July 15th
Responsible for maintaining and advancing OTEC’s ESRI based Geographic Information System (GIS) mapping, geometric network and asset inventory systems, as well as support to Supervisory Controlled and Data Acquisition (SCADA), Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) and other essential systems.
Skills and Qualifications
The National Wildlife Federation and Association of NW Steelheaders is currently recruiting their next AmeriCorps Member for the Sept 2020-July 2021 service term with Confluence Environmental Center. Specifically, they are seeking candidates at least 18 years of age that are passionate about working with kids, protecting fish and wildlife, and serving low-income communities and communities of color in the Portland-Metro region.
This position entails:
More information can be found here.
The job announcement for two Environmental Protection Specialists at ORDA's Restoration Support Unit (RSU) in Denver, Colorado has opened today on USAJobs (link below):
The RSU office provides restoration planning, implementation, and monitoring to NRDAR case teams through their DOI bureaus. The RSU is located on the Denver Federal Center, and currently consists of a staff of nine individuals. We're excited to add two more positions to our team!
The two new positions are advertised as Pathways/Recent Graduates at the GS-7/GS-9 levels. The announcement is open from Tuesday, May 12 through Thursday, May 21, 2020, and is limited to the first 100 applicants.
The Institute for Integrative Conservation (IIC) at William & Mary is seeking applicants for a Program Manager. The incumbent in this position will be integral to the launch and growth of the IIC, which started operations in January 2020. The Program Manager will be an active team member supporting many external facing functions to promote and develop the work of the IIC. This is an excellent early career opportunity to help launch a new conservation program at William & Mary.
The position is responsible for (but not limited to):
• prepare research proposals and influence the design and implementation of research projects;
• develop in-person and online communications and promote the IIC on social media
• organizing and coordinating IIC programming, including establishing and organizing meetings, workshops, and events with
• managing relationships with multiple stakeholders who are internal and external to W&M;
• coordinate and manage research projects, including student research, with external partners;
There will also be opportunities for the Program Manager to be involved in conservation-focused curricula and research projects, depending on their interests, as well as opportunities for domestic and international travel.
• Bachelor’s degree in a discipline relevant to conservation (for example, geospatial science, biology, geography, geology,
environmental science, marine science) or related field. Comparable education or experience will be considered.
• Experience or educational concentration in conservation related field. Volunteer experience will be considered.
• Knowledge of current conservation topics.
• Demonstrates strong presentation and communication ability
• Demonstrates excellence in management and organizational skills
• Strong quantitative and analysis skills
• A commitment to the principles of diversity and inclusion
• Master’s degree in a conservation-related field
• Proficiency with geospatial and/or data analysis software tools
• Experience with developing and maintaining online communications, through web sites and social media tools
• Experience with travel abroad, to non-English speaking countries
• Previous knowledge of or desire to learn local languages
• Previous experience in conservation research and/or conservation practice
• Prior program management or supervisory experience.
For more information or to apply for this position please visit https://jobs.wm.edu/postings/38765
The City University of New York (CUNY) GIS Working Group is looking to contribute to the COVID-19 response. We have identified four mapping-based projects that will meet urgent needs that have arisen as a consequence of the pandemic. The primary objective of these projects is to assist activists and advocates who are working on the ground to help vulnerable communities—e.g., those with food insecurity, housing insecurity, and incarcerated people.
If you have already responded, we request that you reregister. Our apology for the inconvenience, but the signup form for the COVID-19 related mapping projects was missing a field for entering your email address that would have allowed us to contact you.
If you have not yet responded, we invite you to have a look at the Project Descriptions and consider joining one of our teams!
The timeline of all of the projects is from now until the beginning of June. And the time commitment will vary depending on how many people join each research team.
Please reach out to Olivia Ildefonso email@example.com with any questions you may have.
Housing Equity Project
COVID-19 and Cages (incarceration)
COVID-19 and Climate Change
COVID-19 and Food
Project Manager, GS-1370/0150-13