GIS Specialist I
Reports To: Customer Engineering Supervisor
Salary Grade: Grade 6
This position supports multiple departments and projects utilizing a well-established ESRI ArcGIS based system. This position is responsible for the PUD’s Geographic Information System (GIS) software, databases, and interfaces with other applications including the Districts Customer Information and Accounting systems. Incorporating internal and external data as necessary and providing data analysis and output in various formats. Development of mobile GIS applications supporting field operations. Webmap development for internal and external customers.
Essential Skills, Knowledge and Abilities:
Experience and Training
Working Conditions and Other Requirements
pplications are available online at www.klickitatpud.com and at the Goldendale Klickitat PUD Office.
Please submit your written application to Klickitat PUD, c/o Human Resources, 1313 S. Columbus, Goldendale, WA 98620, or by fax at (509) 773-7449.
NASA DEVELOP projects focus on helping local and international communities address their environmental concerns while utilizing NASA's Earth observing fleet of satellites. NASA DEVELOP operates at eleven locations across the country at NASA Centers and other regional locations. This is a great opportunity for participants who are interested in practical applications of remote sensing and GIS, specifically in the field of Earth Science. Participants will work with NASA scientists, partner organizations, and science advisors to learn about the use of NASA Earth science data for use in water resources, disaster management, ecological forecasting, and other applications to address environmental community concerns.
Responsibilities will include: literature review, data processing and analysis, and producing deliverables, such as a technical report, presentation, and video. Previous GIS or remote sensing knowledge, while beneficial, is not required for acceptance. This is a multi-disciplinary opportunity for all those interested in Earth science and we encourage those in the social sciences, general science, engineering, computer science, etc. to apply.
Applicants must have excellent verbal and written communication skills and be able to work in a fast-paced, highly collaborative environment. Days of the week are flexible, but applicants should be able to commit to 20 – 29 hours per week during the term. The position is paid on an hourly basis that is determined by education level.
Details about this opportunity and how to apply can be found online at https://develop.larc.nasa.gov/. The fall position application window will be open online from May 20th through June 28th, with the term starting September 16th and lasting through November 22nd. We also have spring and summer opportunities available.
GIS Tech Internship (I-19-1471)
As the GIS Tech Intern, you’ll provide support to existing GIS staff by performing entry level spatial data query, display, manipulation, and update tasks. Develop complex queries to identify data update opportunities. Understand electric system connectivity rules inherent in the GIS data model. Interpret design and construction drawings and performing GIS data updates accordingly. Create clear cartographic displays of complex electrical system features in a mapping environment. Are you up for the challenge?
You must be currently enrolled as an undergraduate student (recent graduate or GED accepted) in good standing with a minimum GPA of 2.5 and pursuing a bachelor’s degree, preferably in a field related to internship.
To be considered for this position, please complete the following employment application by the deadline: https://PGN.igreentree.com/CSS_External/CSSPage_Referred.ASP?Req=I-19-1471. If you have any questions, please feel free to call us at 503-464-7250.
PGE is committed to diversity and inclusion in the workplace and is an equal opportunity employer. PGE will not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment based on race, color, national origin, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, religion, disability, protected veteran status, or other characteristics protected by law.
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Additional information to include about the internship position:
-Full time over the summer months
-Start/end dates are flexible
-Hourly rate: $20.42
-Application deadline: June 30, 2019
Washington State DSHS is seeking a Senior GIS Application Developer to support agency maps, address correction, geocoding and location analytic needs. This position will support DSHS by gathering technical information, documenting, architecting, designing and developing custom IT solutions that use GIS technology and geospatial data. As Senior GIS Developer, you will provide leadership, experience and direction to the Enterprise GIS projects. You will be part of a team that plans, designs, modifies and maintains large, complex web-enabled applications, databases and reporting systems used to support innovations that improve the effectiveness of services to support our mission to Transform lives.
Visit govenmentjobs.com to view the full advertisement.
Terra is an international mapping company specializing in the acquisition, analyses, and production of spatial data. We offer world-class expertise in digital airborne mapping, hydrographic charting, marine geophysics, and Geomatics support services.
Terra is seeking an experienced full-time Field Geomatics Technician who has 1+ years of industry experience as an operator in aerial data acquisition to be part of our Aerial Survey Team. This role includes lidar and image surveys, GPS ground control, data validation, analysis as well as processing and reporting of results. This role is ideal for someone who is located in the U.S Pacific Northwest as there will be frequent travel to Victoria B.C to Terra Remote's parent office.
Reporting to the Supervisor – Field Survey Operations, responsibilities include (but are not limited
Aerial Systems Operator - Photographer
Remote Sensing Technician
Oregon or other
Salary will commensurate with skills, qualifications and experience. Location is flexible for this role. Terra is an equal opportunity employer, committed to the principle of equity in employment. Relocation will not be provided for this position.
If you are interested in applying for this opportunity, please e-mail your resume and cover letter to
firstname.lastname@example.org, Attention: Human Resources.
For additional information please visit our website at http://www.terraremote.com/
GIS Technical Intern
City of Wood Village, OR
The City of Wood Village is offering a GIS internship for asset management. The goal of the project is to organize the various GIS and engineering spatial data and produce maps for managing city assets.
This internship is intended for someone who wants to both refine and expand their GIS database management and cartographic skill sets. The intern will work under the direction of the City’s Public Works Director to develop documents and GIS products using ArcGIS Pro and ArcGIS Online. The intern will have access to a diverse set of real world spatial data and the opportunity to refine their data management skills by both editing existing GIS data and generating maps. Finally, the intern will gain first hand insight into how to compile GIS data from as-built drawings and use GIS to support city's asset management workflow.
Skill Building Opportunities:
Interns will have the chance to learn and develop database and communication skills by:
- Compiling a spatial data inventory for asset management
- Updating GIS data layers using as-built drawings
- Assisting with GIS data management and metadata documentation
- Creating aesthetically compelling cartographic products
- Occasionally assisting with field survey efforts using a GPS unit
Who Should Apply:
Interns with the following will benefit the most from this opportunity:
- Degree in geography, urban planning, engineering or related field
- Experience managing and manipulating spatial data in ArcGIS Desktop, ArcGIS Pro, and ArcGIS Online
- Experience working with diverse spatial data in varying formats (e.g., CAD drawings and web feature services)
- Proven ability to communicate with GIS data users and write technical documents
- Interest in developing mobile app for field data collection and a desire to learn
- Produce instructional manual for integration of various maps and layers
- Produce various maps
This is a paid position. Rate of pay $15 per hour.
Terms of Appointment:
3-month part time (at least 15 hrs/wk but not to exceed 20 hrs/wk) internship, with possibility of extension, starting in late June 2019
The City of Wood Village, 23335 NE Halsey, Wood Village, OR 97060
How To Apply:
Send cover letter and resume to John Niiyama (email@example.com)
CSS, Inc. seeks an exceptional individual to provide remote sensing and geospatial coordination and technical support for the West Coast region. The successful candidate will support the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) Office for Coastal Management (OCM). The position will be located in Oakland, CA.
The successful candidate will serve as the West Coast regional geospatial coordinator assisting in the development and implementation of regional activities, coordinating and directly providing geospatial technical assistance in the region, and participating in other GIS and remote sensing projects.
Core responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
Job Title: Multimodal Planner - Transportation Planning Specialist 2
Closing Date: 7/8/2019
Salary:$55,200 - $74,196 Annually
Job Type:Full-Time Permanent
The Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) Multimodal Planning Division is seeking a highly skilled, critical thinking and independent candidate for their Multimodal Planner - Transportation Planning Specialist 2 position in Olympia, WA. This position is responsible for participating in transportation planning projects and GIS analysis to support the development of the Washington State Highway System Plan (HSP), Washington Transportation Plan (WTP), and other planning projects. Transportation planning activities may include writing, analysis, community engagement, carrying out the completion of projects, and summarization of transportation data. This position is also responsible for assisting with planning assignments, completing reports, and preparing studies.
To view the entire announcement and to apply, please visit: Multimodal Planner
The ninth annual OSBEELS Symposium is quickly approaching and we will once again be hosting the College Student Showcase at this year’s event. Similar to prior years, we’re inviting all of our state’s ABET-accredited programs and student engineering and land surveying-related clubs to participate and showcase the great work done by students. We’re extending invitations to student clubs, research teams, campus organizations, and program ambassadors to join this event.
This year’s Symposium will take place on Friday, Sept. 13, at the Salem Convention Center. The event’s program will feature presentations on a wide range of engineering and land surveying topics. We’re planning on having the College Student Showcase event take place during the afternoon portion of the event. There is no cost to host a booth and lunch will be included.
Our Board feels the showcase is a great opportunity for students to display their work, converse with professionals, and learn more about the work being done in our state. Students are invited to arrive early to set up their booths, enjoy lunch, and remain at the event following the College Student Showcase program should they wish too. Please let me know if you have a student group interested in participating!
A GISCI/USGS collaboration seeks to bring students trained in GIS to USGS for internship opportunities. The cooperative program works like this:
Students who have registered on the GISCI site and have started filling out a Portfolio Application (all for free) with us are eligible to have their names forwarded to the USGS in October to be considered for GIS Internship positions that will be created and filled in the following calendar year.
First, in late September, GISCI sends out an email to all GISCI-registered students who wish to be considered for a USGS Internship position the following year. Students must opt-in to be considered, and this process of early consideration by the USGS does not mean the certainty of a position.
After a review of the student, with regard to the details of their GISCI profile and portfolio, academic excellence, and activities, those who the USGS finds the most desirable are invited to send an official application for those positions available.
Students are encouraged to start the Portfolio application process *NOW* and fill out the information to the fullest extent their career information allows. GISCI would also encourage any student to have started and maintain a LinkedIn profile, as this has become an important professional platform for recognition.
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