Archeological GIS Intern - 700 hours - PreserveNet
Selected intern will work with the center’s GIS coordinator/archeologist to create GIS data for past archeological surveys and scan related reports. The GIS supports planning and project reviews in 70+ national park units throughout the Southeast, so the intern’s effort will help to update and fill in gaps in the data. In order to determine the location and extent of the archeological surveys, the intern will work with a variety of sources such as GPS data, CAD data, reports, oversized maps, and field notes. The intern may also perform duties such as downloading and processing base data, creating map templates, and assisting with management of mobile GPS equipment. The intern will have access to online GIS training for special topics as needed.
Seattle Public Utilities (SPU) is seeking a productive, detail-oriented Utility GIS Professional to join the Utility GIS team. The individual in this position is responsible for maintaining the base GIS layers representing SPU's Drainage & Wastewater (DWW) infrastructure assets. Their primary focus will be on the Side Sewer business process and data layers. The side sewer GIS data is required to be mapped to comply with NPDES Municipal Stormwater permit language which states that all connections to the MS4 authorized by the City be mapped electronically (created in GIS).
The Utility GIS Professional performs daily GIS data maintenance in a fast-paced, production driven, team environment. Central to this work is researching and interpreting a variety of source documents such as engineering drawings and specifications, as-built sketches, and other construction-related documents.
About Seattle Public Utilities: Seattle Public Utilities (SPU) is a Community Centered Utility whose mission is to foster healthy people, environment, and economy by partnering with our community to equitably manage water and waste resources for today and future generations. We deliver high quality, vital services, across four major lines of business: providing water, solid waste, drainage and wastewater services for Seattle residents and businesses. In addition, SPU provides drinking water for 1.5 million regional customers in Seattle and other municipalities. Our customers depend on us to deliver high quality, reliable, and cost-conscious utility services and to achieve the highest benefits possible for every investment we make.
SPU is committed to increasing racial equity, diversity, and inclusion through our work. We actively take steps to dismantle systemic racism and increase service equity. We value diverse life experiences and strive to create a workplace that is welcoming to all. We take steps to be inclusive and equitable in our recruiting, hiring and promotional opportunities.
Why join us?
SPU provides a fun and family-friendly work environment that supports a healthy work life balance, including:
Performs data maintenance on one or more of the Utility GIS (Drainage, Wastewater, Drinking Water) data layers.
An Associate degree in Geography, Computer Science, Civil Engineering Technology, or other related field (or a combination of education and/or training and/or experience which provides an equivalent background required to perform the work of the class).
The ideal candidate should possess some of the below experience or knowledge:
Founded in 1936, Roseburg Forest Products is a privately owned company and one of North America's leading producers of particleboard, medium-density fiberboard, and thermally fused laminates. Roseburg also manufactures softwood and hardwood plywood, lumber, LVL, and I-joists. The company owns and sustainably manages more than 600,000 acres of timberland in Oregon, North Carolina, and Virginia, as well as an export wood chip terminal facility in Coos Bay, Ore. Roseburg products, which are shipped throughout North America and the Pacific Rim. To learn more about the company please visit www.Roseburg.com.
Assists the GIS Resource team in developing and improving Company GIS datasets to support Resources business initiatives.
ABOUT THE AGENCY:
The Oregon Secretary of State is one of three constitutional offices created at statehood. As an independent constitutional officer, the Secretary of State answers directly and solely to the people of Oregon.
The Secretary of State employs approximately 200 full-time, part-time, and temporary employees. The Secretary oversees the functions of seven program divisions: Archives, Audits, Corporation, Elections, Business Services, Information Systems, and Human Resources.
Build trust between the people of Oregon and our state government so that public services can make a positive impact in peoples’ lives.
We envision an Oregon without barriers, where we lead with our values and believe every voice should be heard. We do so by:
WHAT’S IN IT FOR YOU:
Family Friendly Work Life Balance (paid time off, 12 holidays, 3 personal days, short and long term disability benefits)
Take Care of Yourself and Your Family (comprehensive employee benefits, choice of medical plans, vision plan, life insurance, child care flexible spending account, employee assistance program)
Celebrate Uniqueness: Diversity and inclusion are cornerstones of our values. We recognize that diversity and inclusion are critical to developing a talented, high-performing workforce and are committed to providing a supportive work environment in which all of our employees can thrive and reach their full potential. We strive to maintain a culture that attracts, develops and retains a diverse workforce that closely mirrors the residents of our community. We learn from and respect the cultures in which we operate and value the uniqueness of individual talents, experiences and ideas.
Invest in Your Future: (Pension plan, deferred comp, short and long term disability plan, flexible spending accounts for healthcare and dependent care)
Be Appreciated (employee recognition events, agency unique employee recognition program allowing for additional leave options such as vacation buy-out and sick leave roll-over, dynamic employees doing impactful work)
ADA: At the Secretary of State, we value community and foster a sense of belonging for our employees
WHAT YOU WILL DO:
As the Geographic Information System (GIS) Specialist you will assist in the collation and maintenance of GIS databases including shape/coverage/layer data, and linkages to various datasets. You will assist statewide GIS boundary data in support of State Elections Division.
This is accomplished in part by, but not limited to:
Field Operations Technician
Assistant Field Ops Manager/Operations Support
The Field Ops Tech position is an entry level job, good for someone with strong computer and organizational skills who would want to travel around the country doing survey work in small planes. There are 3-4 positions open for this job. It’s fun and dynamic work for someone who has an interest in remote sensing and/or aviation.
The Assistant Field Ops Manager position would assist the hub general manager and field ops manager with data validation/QC, helping to improve our GIS-based tracking efforts and other general office tasks. They would also be trained as a sensor operator and do some field work. This person needs to be a bit more advanced in organizational ability, GIS knowledge and computer skills.
The NPS in collaboration with CSU is hiring a Research Associate as a front end web mapping developer for NPS tools.
Please see the job description below and online and apply here:
We are looking for an energized front-end developer committed to creating rewarding map experiences with standards-compliant code and open-source technologies. We are passionate about our role in advancing the mission of the National Park Service and want our team members to share this passion with us.
Our team encourages innovation and creativity, and we are constantly evaluating new technologies and methodologies to improve our products. We take pride in what we do and are searching for a team player who is creative, dedicated to learning, and open to experimenting with new tools to achieve goals. The candidate will collaborate with a distributed team of other developers, cartographers, data engineers, and UI/UX designers.
EWP is hiring a seasonal field representative to document existing Washington Park signage, using ArcGIS field maps, a smartphone or tablet, and a GPS receiver. For each sign the hardware and software will be used to document its location, enter descriptive information and take a photograph. The GIS Field Mapping Intern should be prepared to traverse Washington Park at distances sometimes upwards of 1 mile on trails, and be able to document signage both on trails and on or around roadways. They should be prepared to work outside in all weather conditions.
The ideal candidate is someone who is enthusiastic and eager to gain more GIS field mapping experience. The position is open to current college students or recent graduates seeking work experience in the field of GIS. Candidates should be working towards a bachelor’s or master’s degree in planning, geography, computer science, or related field.
Weekdays and Weekends
· 20-40 hr./week, primarily weekday and daytime hours
· Work will occur until all signs are mapped. Likely 3-month duration at 20 hrs/week
Salary and Benefits
Duties & Responsibilities
Applicant should be prepared to access signs in a variety of locations, including along roadways, in parking lots and along trails while carrying a smart phone or tablet and a GPS receiver. The ideal candidate is detail-oriented, self-motivated and adaptable to change.
Additional tasks may include: editing the collected GIS data, documenting additional park assets, and assisting with trail counts. Should time allow, the GIS Field Mapping Representative may be called upon to clean and reformat data in the GIS database as well as perhaps to create maps and other analyzation tools with the data set, which may be utilized in compiling reports, or to assist in other data gathering aspect of the project (experience with Python a plus but not required).
· High School Diploma or GED and
· Pursuing Undergraduate or Graduate degree
· We will consider any combination of education and experience that provides the necessary knowledge, skills, and abilities to perform the duties and responsibilities of the position.
COVID-19 Vaccination Requirement:
EWP is committed to ensuring the health and safety for our employees and our community. As a part of this commitment, EWP has implemented a vaccine requirement policy for employees.
Please email a resume and cover letter to Heather@explorewashingtonpark.org. The subject line should be “GIS INTERN.” The cover letter should be no more than one page in length and should explain how your skills and experience make you the best candidate for the position
Applications will be accepted until 5:00 p.m. May 26, 2022
Explore Washington Park (EWP)
EWP is a 501(c)3 non-profit dedicated to connecting people with the culture, diversity, and wonder of nature in Washington Park in Portland, Oregon. Our mission is to provide an accessible, inclusive, and cohesive experience for all who visit Portland’s destination park. We are guided by the following principles:
· We are caretakers of the natural world.
· We eliminate barriers that exclude.
· We are stewards of exploration.
· We embody the nature of Portland.
· We are One Park – a community of destinations.
EWP programs include a free shuttle, traffic management and offsite parking services, visitor information services, and park planning. The organization is primarily funded through Washington Park’s parking meter revenue. The board of directors includes director-level representation from the Oregon Zoo, Portland Parks & Recreation, World Forestry Center, Hoyt Arboretum Friends, Portland Japanese Garden, TriMet, Travel Portland, and the two adjoining neighborhood associations.
We are an equal opportunity employer and are committed to building a diverse team that represents a variety of backgrounds and perspectives. We celebrate diversity and are dedicated to creating an inclusive environment for all employees. For more information about the organization please visit explorewashingtonpark.org.
Washington Park is one of Portland’s oldest parks and, at 410 acres, is home to Hoyt Arboretum, Portland Japanese Garden, World Forestry Center, Oregon Zoo, and the International Rose Test Garden. In addition to the cultural institutions, the Park includes the Oregon Holocaust
Memorial and Vietnam Veterans of Oregon Memorial, as well as playgrounds, an archery range, tennis courts, group picnic sites, over 15 miles of trails connected to Forest Park, and a TriMet light rail MAX station. More than 3.5 million visitors enjoy the Park each year, making it one of Oregon’s top tourist destinations.
This position perform duties associated with developing and maintaining the County cadastral mapping system. Incumbents apply cartographic principles and practices to maintain records and cadastral and geographic information system (GIS) maps aiding the Assessor's Office in the identification, location, inventory and mapping of land for assessment and valuation of property
This is not an exhaustive or all-inclusive list of responsibilities, skills, duties or functions associated with the job.
Knowledge of: Reasonable knowledge of cartographic principles, practices and techniques involved in the preparation of appraisal maps; reasonable knowledge of mathematics including algebra, geometry and trigonometry; basic knowledge of surveying and engineering principles and practices; reasonable knowledge of legal property descriptions, deed records, survey files and other documents pertaining to boundary and ownership of property; basic knowledge of computer-based mapping and/or processes to develop maps utilizing the GIS system; basic knowledge of the Oregon Administrative Rules as applied to preparation of cadastral maps.
Skill in: Using calculator, automated equipment and systems, drafting instruments, planimeter and blue print machine, other job-related equipment; writing clear and concise records, reports and statistical data. Ability to: Operate computers or computer-aided devices and software; communicate effectively in both oral and written forms; understand and interpret deeds and legal property descriptions; conduct record searches; work independently and manage time efficiently; make decisions independently in accordance with established policies and procedures and use initiative and judgment in completing tasks and responsibilities; utilize problem identification and resolution techniques; courteously meet and deal effectively with other employees, professionals, title companies, courts, public agency representatives, real estate agents, utility companies and the public.
The Spokane Tribe of Indians is a great place to work! We offer competitive Benefits, matched 401K, & incentives that include generous paid time off! Twenty-two paid holiday/wellness days off per year, plus bi-weekly Personal Time Off (PTO) accrual and cash-out ability!
Incumbent is responsible for management and supervision of the Geographic Information System (GIS) for the Spokane Tribe’s Natural Resources Department and functions as database manager for the Tribe’s enterprise GIS. Under the general direction of the Forest Manager performs professional technical work for acquisition and maintenance of digital spatial data of high complexity. Work requires considerable exercise of initiative and independent judgment in managing multiple priorities and in coordinating work activities outlined within the GIS strategic plan. Duties include: enterprise geodatabase creation and maintenance, GIS program management, GIS design and analysis, data acquisition and formal presentations.
MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Management and Administration the Tribal Enterprise Geodatabase
DNR GIS program management:
GIS map creation, GIS analysis and data acquisition:
GIS hardware and software system administration:
KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS REQUIRED FOR POSITION:
Contact: Sabrina McCoy or Empero Corral
(509) 458-6583 or (509) 458-6527, FAX: (509) 458-6556
Submissions Must Be Received No Later Than 4:30 pm on the Closing Date
The Spokane Tribe Reserves the Right to Hire According To Its Indian Preference Policy
Applicants Are Subject To A Pre-Employment Drug Test
Safety Sensitive Positions Include Marijuana in Testing
Positions with the Spokane Tribe Are Subject To a 90-Day Orientation Period
Title: Airborne Imaging Specialist (Payload Operator & Geospatial Analyst)
Position Description: The Overwatch Airborne Imaging Specialist will operate Overwatch
imaging systems and generate maps and other derived information products for customers in critical civil, industrial, and specialty applications, while providing feedback to drive continuous product improvement.
Company Description: Overwatch Imaging is changing the way airborne image-based
intelligence is created. Rooted in the airborne intelligence technology cluster of Hood River,
Oregon, Overwatch Imaging is revolutionizing human understanding of the world through
computer vision-optimized sensing. Overwatch makes customized imaging payloads designed for mission-critical, automated remote sensing roles. Our products allow mid-sized UAS and general aviation aircraft to collect precision survey maps, conduct autonomous search and detection, and provide real-time image-based intelligence to users. Overwatch payloads feature actively stabilized multi-band cameras combined with onboard image processing and AI software, which we leverage to reduce operator workload, identify hard-to-find small signals in large datasets, and accelerate data transformation into knowledge.
Major Areas of Responsibility:
Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
Location: This position is based in Hood River, Oregon, and requires travel up to 50%. Remote work-from-home arrangements may be considered for the right candidate. All applicants must be authorized to work on a permanent basis in the United States.