The GIS Program Manager is responsible for maintaining and developing Geographic Information System (GIS) initiatives that support current Tribal departments and meet the future GIS needs of the Tribe. The position will manage supporting GIS staff and delegate the GIS needs of other Tribal departments to the GIS staff. They will ensure the most current and accurate GIS data is being used for analysis, planning, and mapping. This position will create systems for uniformly collecting and housing field data.
Lynker 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’s (OCM) core mission to enhance sustainable, healthy coastal communities. The preferred locations are Oakland, CA or Seattle, WA, however, other locations may be negotiated.
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. Regular travel throughout the region is required.
Core responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
Lynker is a growing, Hub-zone certified small business specializing in professional, scientific and technical services. Our continually expanding team combines scientific expertise with mature, results-driven processes and tools to achieve technically sound, cost effective solutions in hydrology/water sciences, geospatial analysis, information technology, resource management, conservation, and management and business process improvement.
We focus on putting the right people in the right place to be effective. And having the right people is critical for success. Our streamlined organization enables and empowers our talented professionals to tackle our customers’ scientific and technical priorities – creatively and effectively.
Lynker offers a team-oriented work environment, competitive salaries and benefits, and the opportunity to work in a culture of exceptionally skilled and diverse professionals who embrace sound science and creative solutions.
Lynker is an E-Verify employer.
Lynker is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages women, minorities, individuals with disabilities and veterans to apply.
This position is a GIS business analyst in the Office of Data Governance and Transparency, responsible for statewide information resource planning, both strategic, long-range plans and the review of state agency operational plans. This position helps the agency meet its responsibility for review and planning of statewide information technology projects, with a particular emphasis on Geographic Information System program initiatives/projects. The position is responsible to lead Oregon’s Framework Program which is comprised of 16 Framework Implementation Teams (FIT). Each FIT has a leader and each team is made up of individuals who are coalesced on a specific data theme such as transportation, hydrography, climate, etc. The Teams include over 450 participants from every level of government and the private sector. Oregon’s Framework Program serves as the governance structure for authoritative geospatial data in Oregon and supports the creation, sharing, and management of these data via data standards development, stewardship, and community forums. Coordination and communication with all state agencies, local and regional governments, federal governments, tribes, special districts, higher education institutions, and private sector organizations are important dimensions of this position. The Geospatial Data Governance Coordinator is expected to set standards and guidelines for data governance and data management best practices and to work in alignment with the State’s Data Governance Policy, overseen through the Office of Data Governance and Transparency.
Full time permanent, Operations and Policy Analyst 4 position.
Salary Range: $6,285 - $9,254/month
We will review applications on July 22nd.
External Applicants: https://oregon.wd5.myworkdayjobs.com/SOR_External_Career_Site/job/Salem--DAS--Print-Plant/Geospatial-Data-Governance-Coordinator_REQ-101860
TWO (2) OPENINGS
FULL-TIME/ NON-PERMANENT/ PROJECT
CARTOGRAPHER: GIS / REMOTE SENSING
WDFW Habitat Program
Olympia, Washington – Thurston County
Anticipated Project Length: July 2022 – June 2023 (11 Months)
WDFW is seeking to fill two (2) Cartographer 3 positions to provide image analysis and GIS support for the Landscape Spatial Analytics section in the Habitat Science Division. These positions will be involved in land cover and land cover change mapping as part of the High-Resolution Change Detection (HRCD) project.
Join our team to provide highly accurate land cover change data for counties throughout Washington, and therefore supporting our mission to preserve, protect, and perpetuate fish, wildlife and ecosystems while providing sustainable fish and wildlife recreational and commercial opportunities!
The Tualatin Hills Park & Recreation District in Beaverton, Oregon invites professionals who want to make a difference in our community to join the Park Services team as our new Park Resources Analyst II.
The analyst serves the community as part of a team who offer park, trail, natural area, and facility improvements. The analyst coordinates data collection, organizes inventory, asset condition, and geographic information of park resources. Using GIS databases, mapping and other visualization tools, the analyst will provide information to inform budget, daily operations, parks, nature and trail management, and capital replacement processes for the Park Services Division.
The salary range, determined by a pay equity analysis, will be between $5,397 and $6,838 per month comes with a generous benefit package.
Applications will be accepted through Sunday, August 7, 2022, at 5:00pm PST. Click here for job and application details, as well as benefit information.
Title: Entry Level Geospatial Analyst
Location: Portland, OR or Houston, TX
Experience Level: 1 year experience
Required Education: Bachelor’s or Experience for Exceptional Candidates
Who Are We?
Anchor QEA is an environmental science and engineering consulting firm that is focused on improving the environment and our communities by solving challenging problems. We employ more than 350 people in offices around the United States. Our vision is for a growing company that is our clients’ first choice for solving their most challenging problems and our employees’ first choice as a company where they want to work. We believe engaged staff lead to great client service and to a financially strong company—in that order. Our work environment fosters personal and professional growth for employees by providing autonomy, a clear vision, and the ability to master their skill set. Learn more about Anchor QEA at www.anchorqea.com
What’s the Opportunity?
Do you have a passion for the environment and Geospatial Science? Join our national Geospatial Science Team as a Geospatial Analyst to help us provide reliable and accurate geospatial solutions for employees and clients – all while working in a challenging environment with a fun and diversely talented team.
As a Geospatial Analyst, you will support projects across the country as a member of our national Geospatial Science Team. Applying GIS to collaborate with our various Practice Areas, which include Engineering, Environmental Sciences, and Natural Resources, you will have the opportunity to share your experience and grow with us around the application of GIS in a range of interesting and challenging projects. The position entails the following:
What Are We Looking For?
Ideal candidates will have the following:
What Can You Expect?
A collaborative work environment where we encourage everyone to bring their authentic self. We offer a competitive salary; bonus program; medical, dental and vision coverage, short- and long-term disability programs; flexible schedules; a retirement plan with company match; and paid time off.
How to Apply?
Apply online through Anchor QEA's Open Positions page at https://www.anchorqea.com/careers/careers-open-positions/. Veterans are encouraged to apply.
We work hard to embrace diversity and inclusion. As an equal opportunity employer, Anchor QEA is committed to a diverse, multi-cultural work environment. Anchor QEA does not discriminate in employment based on age, race, creed, gender, religion, marital status, veteran’s status, national origin, disability, or sexual orientation.
Multiple virtual, unpaid, GIS internships with the Virtual Student Federal Service (VSFS) Program (Apps open until Thursday, July 28) – Anywhere, USA. See https://vsfs.state.gov/
Apply in July on USAJobs.gov. Search for “VSFS” or “Virtual Student Federal Service”. You may apply for up to three GIS projects. All candidates will hear by early September if they have been offered a position. See https://openopps.usajobs.gov/community/vsfs
Please find just a few examples of GIS projects below:
Studying Cultural Heritage Destruction in Conflict and Natural Disaster
Interns will work remotely to collect, analyze, and code instances of cultural destruction and cultural sites that have been, or are vulnerable to, damage from conflict or natural disaster. This includes research into the locations of cultural heritage sites, and open-source monitoring of formal and social medias to identify threats and impacts. The result of this project will be critical data and findings delivered to US Government agencies and NGO stakeholders. This effort is critical to identifying sites that have been damaged or may be at-risk during periods of violence and extreme weather events. The internship is open to anyone, but those with previous experience in the cultural heritage fields, web-based GIS, and/or foreign affairs are especially encouraged to apply.
Mapping the restoration of the Sandy Basin in Oregon utilizing StoryMap
The VSFS student will assist the Forest Service in developing a public-facing map utilizing ArcGIS StoryMaps to demonstrate the comprehensive restoration of the Sandy Basin. The project will require review of existing GIS data, past restoration reports, and coordination with district fish biologists and forest service partner organizations in order to compile data. The map will enable the public to gain a better understanding of the restoration work done in the basin, will assist in tracking restoration actions on a basin-wide scale, and will be used to promote further restoration efforts through grants and other means of support.
USDA-USA-2 Forest Service Transportation System - Climate Evaluation
The proponent of this project will collect climate and transportation maintenance & repair data to determine if / how climate change is affecting Forest Service transportation system corridors. The proponent will use this data to determine any correlation between weather and repairs/maintenance.
For more information, see: https://vsfs.state.gov/
Search for “gis” or “arcgis” or “remote sensing”
ODFW’s Natural Resources Information Management Program is recruiting for a permanent Conservation Strategy GIS Analyst ISS-5 position. Please see the following links for additional details:
State employees: Information System Specialist 5 (Conservation Strategy GIS Analyst)
External applicants: Information System Specialist 5 (Conservation Strategy GIS Analyst)
This recruitment closes on July 28th.
The City of Gresham is seeking candidates for a GIS Analyst Senior to join the GIS Team:
In coordination with the GIS Team and the larger IT Department, this position works with internal and external clients to make a difference in the Gresham community by supporting our GIS infrastructure and applications, integrating GIS with other software, and analyzing data. We rely on, and appreciate, our GIS Team for critical projects such as mapping service demands in the community, analyzing data for grants, and ensuring critical planning and development projects have the data and maps they need to make informed decisions.
The deadline to apply is 7/20/2022 at 6:00 pm.
Under the direct supervision of the GIS supervisor, perform complex technical duties to support geographic information systems (GIS) in the Public Works department. Work across all disciplines in Public Works to identify and document GIS business needs, then work with the appropriate GIS staff to develop workflows, tools, software solutions, and processes that meet those needs. Develop documentation and metadata for all processes, maps and data that Public Works GIS produces. Develop tools, databases, layers, publish map services, and automation processes to help improve efficiencies, data quality and workflows. Oversee the field data collection program for all disciplines within Public Works. Assist with the implementation of asset management and Public Works wide initiatives including improved capital planning, key performance metrics analysis, and meeting Council priorities. Act as a liaison/bridge between various divisions and departments such as engineering/design, IT (Information Technology), Utility Billing, Operations and Maintenance, Construction Services, Engineering, and Community Development, and Economic Prosperity and Housing.
This is a full-time, regular, non-exempt union position. This position is covered under the provisions of an agreement between the City and the OPIEU union.
Experience and Education
Required Licenses and/or Certifications