There is a GIS position open with the Global Forest Watch Commodities team at the World Resources Institute - This is a position that was previously advertised and has now been re-opened:
GIS Analyst (Information Systems Technical Analyst IV - Vertical GIS)
SALARY: $30.49 - $40.65 Hourly
CLOSING DATE: 08/01/16 04:30 PM
Location: Portland Building, 1120 SW 5th Ave, Oregon
Agency: CITY OF PORTLAND
The GIS Analyst is responsible for coordinating the collection, publication and documentation of spatial data from internal and external sources for use in desktop and web based GIS applications. The incumbent provides GIS application support and solutions to a variety of customers. This position is in the Corporate GIS Program (CGIS) within the Bureau of Technology Services' Business Solutions Division.
Specific responsibilities include: coordinating publication of GIS data and metadata from City bureaus and external partners to CGIS servers; working to make authoritative GIS data discoverable and accessible to end users; creating and maintaining ArcGIS Server web mapping services; administration of users, roles, groups and content on City's ArcGIS Online organization; automating processes using python, SQL and REST services; support of the suite of ArcGIS software including testing, deployment and trouble shooting. Additional duties include; helping customers utilize GIS technology by analyzing business processes, integrating GIS functionality into custom and off the shelf applications, and providing training for GIS applications to expand their use across the organization.
The successful candidate will possess demonstrated, extensive hands-on experience with the ESRI ArcGIS software suite, ArcGIS Server, Python, ESRI ArcPy libraries, ArcGIS Online and related web mapping technology. Experience with Microsoft SQL Server, .NET Studio and ArcObjects are desirable, but not required. The successful candidate will be able to work in a culturally and gender diverse workplace.
The following minimum qualifications are required for this position:
Design Specialist – Service & Design
R16 - 440
Provide design expertise and services in a team environment for new customer connections (single family, large residential, multi-family, commercial, and industrial) and for transmission and distribution integrity (cut sheet, road widening, feeder, and transmission and distribution line). Use the graphics-based facilities management system and design tools at PGE for design and to update and maintain the electrical distribution model and the geographic information system (GIS). ESRI GIS skills preferred.
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=R16-440 If you have any questions, please feel free to call us at 503-464-7250.
Interested in the extras? PGE offers a range of competitive benefits including medical insurance, paid vacation, a company matching gift program, tuition reimbursement and retirement savings that includes a 401(k) plan with matching company contributions and a PGE stock purchase plan. Additionally, PGE provides robust on-the-job development and training opportunities, as well as incentives for meeting company goals and encouraging health, safety and community volunteerism.
State of the Map - USRead Now
This year's State of the Map US 2016 will occur July 23 - 25 in Seattle, WA. Join for three days packed with talks, workshops, hacking, mapping parties and meetings all around OpenStreetMap.
Find event description and website on the ORURISA site: http://www.orurisa.org/event-2284853 or go straight to the event website: http://stateofthemap.us/
GIS Analyst II w/ SealaskaRead Now
Overview:Managed Business Solutions is seeking a GIS Analyst II with 5 or more years experience with geospatial applications support with an emphasis in analysis and cartography, to join our Program Team with the U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) Division of Land Titles & Records Office (DLRTO)-Northwest Region, located in Portland, OR. We support teams and national program initiatives across the country for the BIA. This is a fulltime, salaried/benefited opening slated to begin as soon as possible in mid-to-late June or early July 2016. Local candidates are highly preferred - no relocation assistance will be provided. No third parties or agencies, please.
To apply: https://jobs-sealaska.icims.com/jobs/1900/gis-analyst-ii/job