Jefferson County is seeking an experienced GIS Analyst/Cartographer responsible for performing GIS technical assistance, guidance and training with an emphasis on Assessor parcel mapping. Duties of the position include obtain, create and maintain GIS data; provide web-based mapping and database lookup applications; maintain Assessor parcel maps in ESRI’s ArcGIS and Parcel Fabric; review and write legal descriptions; and work with essential staff to address needs of system users. Bachelor’s degree (BA or BS) from a four-year college or university in appropriate field of study and 3-5 years of related experience; or, an Associate’s Degree (AA) in an appropriate field of study and 5-7 years of related experience or the equivalent combination of education and experience.
Teamsters Union position; $24.14-$34.89/hr. DOQ + benefits
This position will remain open until filled with first review Friday, June 11, 2021. EOE
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Job Description - Geographic Information System (GIS) Analyst/Cartographer - Senior
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Potelco Inc |Portland General Electric
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The Washington State Redistricting Commission has an immediate opening for a GIS Analyst/Coordinator who will serve as the technical lead on the implementation and management of the Geographic Information System (GIS) framework to support the redistricting process for Washington State. This position will work on operational activities, manage data, and coordinate activities around data intake from different parties, including public feedback. The position will also coordinate with commissioners and staff on the development of the packaging of draft and final redistricting plans.
The Washington State Redistricting Commission is a unique organization, formed once every 10 years in conjunction with the decennial U.S. Census to redraw the state’s legislative and congressional district boundaries based on Census results.
The Legislature appoints the Washington State Redistricting Commission that is made up of four voting members and a nonvoting chair. When redistricting is completed, the commission will close its doors. A new commission has been appointed this year to ensure that Washington residents are fairly represented in Congress and the state Legislature. For more information about the Redistricting Commission, click here to visit our website.
Working under the guidance of the Executive Director, the GIS Analyst/Coordinator will manage public input, provide plan management, and provide support to Commissioners and Commission staff for drawing new congressional and legislative districts based on public input and on PL 94-171 data expected from the US Census Bureau by mid-August.
The GIS Analyst/Coordinator will:
We are most interested in candidates who possess the following:
Transpo Group is seeking a temporary, part time Data Collection Field Technician to add to our team. This Field Technician will work in the Battleground area in the State of Washington. This position will be expected to wrap up by September 2021. This a perfect opportunity for a college student in Civil Engineering to get some hands-on experience!
The position will be part-time with variable weekly hours up to 30-40 hours per week, with the potential for more hours as project needs change. The hours are flexible but must be completed in daylight, and work can be planned around the individual’s schedule. Candidates must have reliable transportation and must live within commuting distance to the work location.
The ideal candidate would be a student seeking a degree in civil engineering, geography, GIS or planning. This position will utilize company provided tablets to collect and enter data which will be shared real-time with project engineers. This position will be collecting data on pedestrian and related facilities (sidewalk, curb ramps, etc.) across the Battleground area. This is a great opportunity to get real world experience by participating on a project team.
We are seeking candidates who are hardworking, reliable, organized and detailed. Much of the work will be self-directed and require self-motivated problem solvers who can follow directions and communicate effectively with team members.
There will be an initial training and evaluation period. Fully paid training provided.
This position pays $16/hour. Please apply at https://www.transpogroup.com/jobs.
• Excellent sense of direction and ability to read a map
• Willingness to walk up to 5 miles per day while constantly bending over to take ground measurements
• Willingness to do any required tasks to accomplish accurate deliverables on time or ahead of schedule
• Experience managing large amounts of data
• Valid WA driver’s license and a good DMV record (required) and authorized to work in the US
• Reliable transportation for fieldwork
• Completed classes in pursuit of a degree in civil engineering, geography, GIS or planning
• Experience with GIS data collection using ESRI GIS products
At Transpo Group, we're shaping the future of transportation. We're an award-winning planning and design firm specializing in transportation planning, traffic engineering and intelligent transportation systems. We are an employee centered firm that attracts the most talented engineers and planners in our industry. We all have a passion for excellence and get to work on some of the most exciting and challenging projects in our industry. If you have a passion for what you do and want to work within a great team of engineers and planners, we want to hear from you today!
Conservation International (CI) has been protecting nature for the benefit of all for over 30 years. Through science, policy, and partnerships, CI is helping build a healthier, more prosperous and more productive planet.
The Sustainable Landscapes and Seascapes team recently completed a significant print mapping effort of its portfolio and the CI Guyana program is exploring an increased adoption of geospatial technology for its work in the Rupununi landscape. The SLS Geospatial Intern will build on this synergy by preparing and publishing the spatial datasets online, beginning with the Rupununi Landscape in Guyana and expanding to the rest of the SLS portfolio as time permits. This landscape will also be used to test the relevant Esri solutions available to CI (e.g. Survey123, StoryMaps), and the Intern will present findings to staff including documentation to help CI field staff implement these solutions for their geographies.
This position is a 12 week paid internship.
To apply for this position please submit a resume and cover letter.
See all Conservation International Career Opportunities HERE
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We expect that all employees will embrace the values of our organization.
GIS Spatial Analyst
Director of Science
The mission of the Wild Salmon Center (WSC) is to promote the conservation and sustainable use of wild salmon ecosystems across the Pacific Rim. We do this by establishing a local presence and/or providing technical and financial assistance to local partners to help them secure the health of the most productive salmon ecosystems on earth. We depend on the best conservation science to guide pragmatic, implementable solutions to sustain wild salmonids, as well as the human communities and livelihoods that depend on them.
Wild Salmon Center is an international organization with programs in Alaska, the Russian Far East, Sakhalin Island, Kamchatka, Japan, British Columbia, and the California, Oregon and Washington coasts. The home office is located in Portland, Oregon in the Jean Vollum Natural Capital Center.
GIS Spatial Analyst is an exciting, new position at Wild Salmon Center envisioned as a full-time, regular exempt position eligible for all WSC benefits. The position is based in WSC’s home office in Portland or in Corvallis, Oregon.
The person in this position will work with WSC’s Science Director to develop, manage, and execute applied salmon conservation research, provide technical support to WSC’s conservation initiatives, collaborate with WSC program staff and communicate science findings to policy makers, managers, and the general public.
The person in this position will help maintain and enhance WSC’s reputation and standing as the leading science-based Pacific salmon conservation organization. They will be responsible for interpretation and communication of critical salmon information and concepts in innovative ways to help WSC develop, prioritize and communicate conservation strategies. Because of the breadth of issues covered by the WSC, they will work not only with WSC’s Science Director, but also subcontractors and collaborating scientists who can bring specialized expertise to specific policy questions of importance to the organization and its partners.
Responsibilities and Qualifications Summary
The successful candidate will have demonstrated proficiency in geographic information systems (GIS), cartography, and geospatial analysis to advance conservation initiatives. Preference will be given to candidates with an advanced degree (MS or PhD) and proficiency combining GIS with one or more of the following disciplines: geomorphology, hydrology, landscape ecology, climate change analysis, and conservation planning. They will be mission-driven, and possess excellent collaboration and communication skills. They will have experience or the capacity to develop skills to work with partners from diverse nations and cultures. We are especially interested in candidates with a strong passion for Pacific salmon conservation.
● Work with the Science Director and Program Directors to prioritize and deliver the most appropriate science and technical assistance to each given project or initiative.
● Provide technical expertise in spatial analysis and spatial conservation planning.
● Work with WSC’s Science Director and Communications Program to publish peer-reviewed research and to develop science communications that educate and motivate target audiences on key salmon conservation issues.
● Cultivate collaborative relationships with agency, academic, NGO and private-sector peers to provide guidance and access to the best available science.
● Work with WSC's Development Program to secure funding for priority science initiatives.
● Experience with GIS, statistical modeling and the R programming language.
● Active participation in and familiarity with applied conservation science.
● Ability to work both independently and collaboratively.
● Excellent written, visual, and verbal communication skills; effective, diplomatic and friendly communication style and ability to translate complex science and conservation issues into clear and understandable language to diverse audiences.
● Passion and commitment to the conservation of wild salmon and their ecosystems.
● This is a full-time exempt position. Work will involve occasional evening or weekend hours.
● The position may involve regional and international travel.
● Ability to participate in occasional field work including hiking in diverse terrain in and around flowing water.
● Ability to attend meetings and workshops outside of regular work hours as requested.
Advanced degree (MS or PhD) in geography, landscape ecology, geospatial science, geomorphology, watershed science, or related field.
Salary range will be determined commensurate with experience, plus a comprehensive benefits package including: medical and dental coverage, retirement plan match, and a flexible spending account.
AFFIRMATIVE ACTION / EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
Send a cover letter summarizing qualifications and interest in the position (2 pages maximum), and 2) curriculum vitae to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Position will be open until filled. The preferred start date is spring 2021.
Note: Management has the exclusive right to change or alter this position description at any time without advance notice.
The City and County of Butte-Silver Bow, Montana is hiring a GIS Specialist I. This position will be in the Planning Department, and will work extensively with Public Works as well as throughout the City-County offices.
t is a full time position, in-office, open for applications until 11:59pm Mountain Time on May 25th. Specifics can be found at the following link: https://www.co.silverbow.mt.us/556/Employment-Opportunities
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Engineering Technician 2 - GIS
SALARY: $27.39 - $37.67 Hourly
OPENING DATE: 05/07/21
CLOSING DATE: 05/24/21 05:00 PM
The Development Related Services Division is seeking an Engineering Technician 2 - GIS. This position performs data creation, input, and maintenance in the District’s enterprise GIS database. Assists in data analysis and visualization, including maps. Provides support for software and information technology related to GIS and data management.
The East Bay Regional Park District is a system of beautiful parklands and trails in Alameda and Contra Costa counties to the east of San Francisco. Established in 1934, the Park District is the oldest and largest regional park system in the United States, managing over 125,000 acres of parkland within 73 regional parks, and encompassing over 1,300 miles of trails for hiking, biking, horseback riding, and nature learning.
Vacancy Situation: The Park District currently has one vacancy located at the Administrative Headquarters at 2950 Peralta Oaks Court in Oakland, California. Please note that teleworking for some or all of the hours may be required due to COVID-19 restrictions. The hiring pools established as a result of this recruitment will be used to fill the current vacancies and additional vacancies that may occur during the one-year life of the hiring pools.
What You'll Be Doing:
We're Looking For Someone Who:
A Few Reasons Why You May Love This Job:
The following duties are typical for this classification. Incumbents may not perform all of the listed duties and/or may be required to perform additional or different duties from those set forth below to address business needs and changing business practices.
OTHER FUNCTIONS & DUTIES:
Assists with researching, downloading, and maintaining outside agency GIS datasets; and performs related duties as assigned.
Any combination of education and experience that would likely provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the knowledge and abilities would be:
Education: A Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in geographic information systems, geography, planning, or a related field,
Experience: One year of work experience in GIS, primarily using ESRI software.
The following generally describes the knowledge and ability required to enter the job and/or be learned within a short period of time in order to successfully perform the assigned duties.