Job title: Project Development Specialist
Who We Are:
The Urban Greenspaces Institute <https://urbangreenspaces.org/> is a
twenty-year-old nonprofit organization based in Portland, Oregon with a
mission to advance urban conservation and green infrastructure. UGI works
across sectors to integrate nature into the urban fabric, and make nature
accessible for all. The organization has a staff of three, a board of
eight, and an annual budget of $150,000. UGI does policy advocacy, works in
coalition with other organizations to affect change, and leads several
regional collaborative conservation initiatives.
Required experience and technology
Compensation and work arrangements
To apply, please send a resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please no phone inquiries. All inquiries will be handled confidentially, and please use this email to request an accommodation. The Urban Greenspaces Institute is committed to be a diverse and inclusive organization and workplace. People of color, people with disabilities, veterans, and LGBTQ candidates are strongly encouraged to apply.
Application review begins August 15, 2020.
Discovery Management Group has a project where they need a GIS (or computer science) person who can develop a mobile app in Esri's App Studio environment. Their Esri mobile and AGOL/Pro skills are pretty good but we're lacking capacity as we grow.
The person would learn a lot about high-accuracy GPS and laser rangefinders, and there's a solid opportunity for a permanent position.
They are located in Portland/Lake Oswego area. The person doesn't need to be physically at our office.
If interested contact:
Discovery Management Group LLC
15688 SW 72nd Ave
Portland, OR 97224
In August we start Week 3 of the SCGIS 2020 Virtual Conference Series, with panel discussions on GIS careers and GIS for Land Trusts, demos of ArcGIS StoryMaps and a management system using Collector and ArcGIS Online, as well as talks from individual local members of the local D.C. SCGIS Chapter!
Registration and more details for all sessions can be found on our Eventbrite Page, where we will be continuing to add new offerings from our International Chapters and others over the coming weeks. You can also follow us on Eventbrite and be alerted when we post new offerings.
Of note, we are still accepting talks and abstracts from individual spatial conservation practitioners through August 14th. Now is your time to shine! Please consider sharing your work at the Conference. You can submit talks and find more information here, under User Presentations.
FREE SESSIONS (Open to All)
All presentation sessions listed above are open to everyone - members and non-members alike - for free, and will also be recorded and available to SCGIS Members in the future. If you are not already, consider becoming a member today!
We are excited and grateful for everyone who is donating their time to provide meaningful content, and to organize these events. We hope you will come support our speakers, engage with them, and be part of the conversation. Register now.
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Douglas County Public Works Department
Full Time Position works 40 hours per week, includes excellent benefit package, PERS/OPSRP retirement and availability of deferred compensation retirement savings program.
This classification is responsible for performing computer-aided or digital drafting (CAD), supervising the development, maintenance and accessing of mapping information in the Geographic Information System (GIS) and serving as the technical resource for computer hardware, software and peripherals in the engineering division of the public works department.
Education, experience and training: Bachelors degree in computer science, engineering or electronics and two years experience in engineering and/or computer operations OR a satisfactory equivalent combination of education, experience or training.
Considerable knowledge of automated equipment and systems; considerable knowledge of computer work stations, logic and operations; considerable knowledge of engineering principles and automation requirements; considerable knowledge of mapping practices and standards; considerable knowledge of programming languages and operating systems; considerable knowledge of mathematics, including trigonometry.
SCREENING & EVALUATION
While not part of initial applicant screening, the finalist for this position may be required to pass a criminal history background check as part of a contingent offer of employment. Conviction of a crime may not necessarily disqualify an individual from employment.
To learn more about this position, please review the position classification (Download PDF reader).
Questions? Contact Human Resources by e-mail at email@example.com or ph: (541) 440-4405
Douglas County is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer.
Douglas County Statement on Equal Employment Opportunity (Download PDF reader)
If you require any special assistance at any point during the application or selection process and would like to request an accommodation due to a disability, please e-mail a description of your request to Human Resources.
The URISA Vanguard Cabinet has an exciting opportunity for your GIS students at the GIS-Pro 2020 conference. We are hosting our fourth annual Digital Competition, and I was wondering if you would be able to send out information about this competition to your students.
Here is the description for the Digital Competition:
URISA’s Vanguard Cabinet is proud to host the fourth annual Digital Competition to promote the GIS profession and attendance of young and emerging professionals at GIS-Pro 2020. The competition will be held virtually prior to the conference, and participants selected to present will receive a one-year URISA membership. The top three presenters will also be awarded a GIS-Pro registration and the opportunity to present their work in conjunction with GIS-Pro 2020.
The competition is limited to projects that utilize web and mobile platforms, such as ArcGIS Online, Tableau, Mapbox, or Power BI. Projects should showcase the visualization functions of these platforms while also demonstrating knowledge and proficiency in spatial analytics, cartographic design, and/or geospatial techniques.
To enter the competition, participants submit a link to their virtual project and include a 150 to 300-word project abstract detailing the project design, analysis, and implementation. Selected entries will deliver an ignite-style presentation via Zoom on their project’s use of an online visualization platform, geospatial technology, and spatial thinking. The presentations will be judged by a panel of URISA leaders, and based on the judges’ assessments, three presenters will be selected to present their work in conjunction with GIS-Pro 2020.
Please visit: https://www.urisa.org/vanguardcabinet for full details on participant eligibility, submission requirements, and selection criteria. Abstracts are due on July 31st, so don’t miss this chance to get recognized for your work!
GIS TechnicianPort of Morrow · Boardman, Oregon
This position is located in Boardman Oregon, as a member of the Engineering Department at the Port of Morrow. Please visit https://www.portofmorrow.com for additional information about the Port.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
Required Minimum Qualifications
Tools and Equipment Used
The Port of Morrow is an EOE and offers competitive wages and benefits. The salary for the GIS Supervisor will be $45k - $60k DOE.
Multiple unpaid GIS internships with the Virtual Student Federal Service program (Anywhere, VIRTUAL)Read Now
Calling all U.S. college students!
Multiple virtual, unpaid, GIS internships with the Virtual Student Federal Service (VSFS) Program (Apps open Jul 1-31) – Anywhere, USA
Apply in July on USAJobs.gov. Search for “VSFS” or “Virtual Student Federal Service”. You may apply to three out of the 31 GIS projects. All candidates will hear by early September if they have been offered a position.
Please find just a few examples of GIS projects below:
Groundwater Dependent Ecosystems Inventories Using Survey 123 App and Database Improvement
Modernizing the Forest Service's groundwater dependent ecosystem (GDE) inventory effort is necessary for the stewardship of these resources. This includes the creation and continued improvement of a GDE inventory Survey 123 app and the input of previously collected GDE data into corporate databases.
Connect to the History of Our Public Lands - Support the NFGT Heritage Program
Intern(s) would work with Heritage Program Manager for the National Forests and Grasslands in Texas, performing a majority of data entry and documentation work. Includes engagement and learning with District Heritage Staff to gather information in support of overall Forest Heritage Program. Transfers GPS data to a GIS program loaded in a computer to create a map. Will learn to use applications and databases integral I the management of forest resources.
Undiscovered Stories: Create NOAA Fisheries GIS Storymaps
Create Storymaps for the Greater Atlantic Fisheries Region. Gather archival material, quotes, layer GIS maps, run a usability survey, and help the public visualize the data-backed story of ocean users, such as right whales, recreational fishermen, invasive species, and more.
For more information, see: https://vsfs.state.gov/
The MidCoast Watersheds Council (Council) is a non-profit group that has been working for 25 years with interested landowners on projects to improve riparian, stream, estuary, and water quality conditions and remove migration barriers to improve survival of salmon, steelhead, cutthroat trout and lamprey. It has also worked to increase understanding about issues facing our watersheds, and has done policy work to try to address issues at a more systemic level. The Council is governed by a diverse Board of Directors, seeks consensus on issues, and builds partnerships to get things done in a non-regulatory, cooperative manner. We work closely with partners such as ODFW, USFS, USFWS, Lincoln SWCD, Pacific States Marine Fisheries Commission, The Wetlands Conservancy, Audubon Society, and Lincoln, Lane and Benton Counties. The Council receives operational support funds from Oregon Watershed Enhancement Board and also seeks out and receives funds from OWEB, federal and non-governmental organizations to accomplish project work.
GENERAL JOB DESCRIPTION
The Watershed Restoration Specialist (Specialist) will provide support to the Watershed Council Coordinator (Coordinator) to increase the quantity of high quality projects that can be accomplished. The ideal candidate is experienced in landowner communication and restoration work, is a good writer, and will be able to assist the Coordinator in all aspects of project development, grant writing, project management, and communications as well as accomplishing policy and administrative tasks. Work is expected to begin before the end of August.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
This position requires a highly motivated self-starter with demonstrated ability to work as a part of a productive and talented team. This position has great flexibility to increase responsibilities, roles and salary in all aspects of work the MCWC accomplishes. This position will work both in the office and a field setting. More specifically, the following are examples of the types of duties and responsibilities that the Specialist may be asked to undertake under the guidance of the Coordinator:
WATERSHED PROJECT MONITORING, DEVELOPMENT AND MANAGEMENT (estimated 60% of time)
OUTREACH (estimated 30% of time)
ADMINISTRATIVE (estimated 10% of time)
The Specialist works under the guidance and direction of the Coordinator and seeks input from the same.
Technical assistance is provided as well by the Council’s Technical Team (composed of partner groups). Payroll requirements and fiscal aspects of grant management are under the guidance of the Council’s fiscal specialist.
SALARY and BENEFITS
Initial salary for this full time position, depending on experience is $21-23/hour. Good potential to increase Specialist salary in subsequent years through writing successful project grants. In addition to paid legal holidays, workers compensation, and unemployment insurance, the Council will provide, after 6 months, annual leave, health insurance fund and personal/sick leave.
HOW TO APPLY:
Please send the following documents as a single PDF to firstname.lastname@example.org with Watershed Restoration Specialist Position in the subject line. Applications must be received before NOON on August 5th, 2020.
Public Health Data Visualization Analyst
Lantana Consulting Group - Portland, OR
Employment Type : Full-Time
Full Time - Fully Remote
Company: Lantana Consulting Group provides services and software for standards-based health information exchange. We have built our expertise through more than a decade of development and deployment of technical specifications and interoperability solutions. As a distributed company with no single brick and mortar office, Lantana can hire the best available talent and offer a flexible work schedule. We are a small, growing business on a path towards employee ownership.
Primary purpose: Provide data analysis and visualization support for the CDC National Healthcare Safety Network (NHSN).
A successful candidate has the skills to:
Additional Job Information:
Job Type: Full-time