PacificCorps has 3 GIS Specialist positions open in the GIS Production Department. Ideal candidates for this position would be a student in their last year or just graduated from the GIS Program - they are full-time positions.
ACS Professional Staffing is looking for a full-time employee to work on-site with our client. This position serves as a Geographer 3 within the Geospatial Services Department (TERG). The Geospatial Services Department is responsible for providing Geospatial support in the maintenance, operation and development of new facilities. This position provides advanced professional GIS (Geographic Information System) services utilizing computerized data capture, storage, and analysis techniques for visual displays, spatial analysis, and tabular reports on a wide variety of geographical projects. This position is located in Vancouver, Washington.
“All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, or national origin.”
“ACS Professional Staffing is an EEO/AA/Vet/Disabled Employer”
GIS Specialist | University of Wisconsin
Posted August 28, 2016
This position provides leadership in managing the Geographical Information Systems (GIS) and land information aspects of the UW System portfolio. Primary responsibilities include modernizing the land information records; developing, maintaining, and expanding an enterprise geographic information system (GIS); and establishing high quality processes and standards to manage UW System real property asset information. These services will provide improved support of campus master planning, long range and biennial capital planning, space utilization and optimization, environmental assessments, risk management and facilities maintenance and renewal. The GIS will enable UW System to facilitate asset-centric facilities management, improve data-informed decisions, and optimize resource allocation in support of UW System¿s mission. Additionally, this individual will provide general consulting to all UW System institutions, and technical assistance to UW System Administration staff, UW System President, and indirectly, to the Board of Regents with regard to GIS and real property data.
This position requires extensive knowledge of land information systems, typically acquired by graduating from a recognized college or university with a degree in land information systems or closely related field such as geography, cartography, landscape architecture, real estate management, civil engineering, etc. Knowledge of, and the ability to effectively utilize various computer-based capital asset and preventive maintenance management systems is essential.
In order to be considered for this position, a candidate must have:
– Minimum of 5 years¿ experience in land inventory, GIS systems or related fields;
– Bachelor degree in land information systems or closely related field such as geography, cartography, landscape architecture, real estate management, or civil engineering, or similar field;
– Experience in developing, managing and maintaining GIS systems and geographically-based data sets;
Conditions of Employment: This is a full-time, academic staff position. Salary is between $60,000 and $75,000 annually and will be commensurate with the candidate’s qualifications and experience. UW System employees receive an excellent benefits package.
To Apply: https://www.careers.wisconsin.edu
GIS Project Manager | Sanborn Map Company | Lakewood, CO
and MORE JOBS at http://www.sanborn.com/careers/
The Sanborn Map Company is looking to fill an onsite GIS Project Manager position in Lakewood, CO. Join Sanborn’s award-winning team! Sanborn is looking for a GIS Project Manager who can be responsible for the overall execution of a government Geospatial Sprint Initiative. The sprint has multiple components including organizing, directing, and coordinating planning and production of the data development of national layers available for publication to the general public as well as internal use for analysis, assessment and reporting for landscape-level projects such as Sage Grouse. This includes applying quality control and assurance measures, and IT/technology performance testing to compile data to complete a national data layer. The Project Manager will be responsible to direct, manage and quality control/check the work of 13 mid-level GIS analysts who will be located within specific state offices throughout the western United States. This work will be accomplished from the Lakewood office.
The PM will be responsible for the overall execution of the project in addition to the following:
* Shall communicate significant issues with project sponsor and provide reports and briefings to BLM leads.
* Actively apply quality control and assurance measures to the management and performance of the project.
* Organize, direct, and coordinate planning and production of all task/delivery order support activities.
* Direct the generation, performance and review of task/delivery order deliverable items.
* Manage task/delivery order costs and ensure conformity with contract terms and conditions.
* Assign, schedule, and review the work of subordinates.
* Coordinate with appropriate management personnel, other contractor managers, and agency representatives.
* Take appropriate action and coordinate policies and activities with appropriate personnel as required.
* Provide demonstrations and briefings for state staff on progress and results, and with agency staff for all aspects of the work.
* Perform project management activities to ensure all remote staff are coordinated with the broad goals of the project.
* Prepare and submit weekly status/progress in the format provided.
* The agency may call upon the PM to support the various documentation activities that go along with developing data standards and business requirements.
• Bachelor’s Degree in a directly related field (geography, science, engineering, business or another related field, or equivalent)
• Five (5) years of experience or equivalent. 4 years in GIS Project Management and a demonstrated ability in IT/GIS Project Management.
• PMP and / or GISP Preferred
50 technical workshops from the Esri UC 2016 have been posted in this YouTube playlist:
This is a really incredible resource if you were not able to attend these, or even if you attended some of them, for review. They cover a wide variety of topics and tools.
The City of Newark is looking for a skilled, entry level technician to build upon its GIS operations. This full-time, technical position is primarily responsible for the input, verification and dissemination of data related to the City’s Geographic Information Systems (GIS) database. This
position is also responsible for the performance of a variety of tasks for office support. The work is performed according to prescribed guidelines and under limited supervision.
Working knowledge of CAD and GIS Systems including, but not limited to, Auto CAD and ArcGIS. Bachelor’s Degree in GIS, Computer Science, Engineering or related field preferred. Must be able to achieve ESRI ArcGIS Desktop Professional certification within one year of start date.
Annual salary range is $48,291- $61,104 plus excellent fringe benefits. Interested individuals can review a full job description online and need to complete an application at www.cityofnewarkde.us/jobs by 4 p.m. Friday, September 9, 2016. EOE.
Natural Resource Specialist 1 (Marine Habitat Mapping Assistant) | Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife |Newport, OR
CLOSING DATE/TIME: 09/16/16 11:59 PM
SALARY: $3,045.00 - $4,423.00 Monthly
JOB TYPE: Limited Duration
Duties & Responsibilities
The Marine Habitat Mapping Assistant will conduct scientific work to develop and test protocols for technical data collection with acoustic remote sensing equipment to analyze the bathymetry and characteristics of habitats in estuaries and shallow marine waters along the Oregon coast. The primary purpose of the position is to deploy and operate scientific echo-sounders and associated equipment in the field, analyze and evaluate acoustic data to derive seafloor habitat characteristics and bathymetry, compare acoustic-derived habitat typing with paired video ground-truthing of habitat classification, and draft portions of the final report that assesses the spatial accuracy and substrate type resolution from the echo sounder deployments relative to existing habitat spatial information and techniques. Major duties and responsibilities are to:
• Participate in the design and testing of deployment infrastructure and protocols for advanced acoustic, GPS, and video equipment. Assess potential component compatibility and cost. Participate in the purchasing of components, fabrication and assembly of the equipment mounts and connections. Learn existing protocols for basic data acquisition. Identify new protocol requirements imposed by the intended study design and deployment environments. Test new protocols during trial deployments.
• Work at-sea to collect acoustic data and acquire technical information for mapping bathymetry and classifying substrates, along with video images to verify substrate typing. Assist with design of field surveys. Operate and help maintain a 25 foot ocean research vessel. Conduct field surveys within representative estuarine and marine habitats to characterize bathymetry and substrate types. Deploy, operate, and recover acoustic and video instruments during field trials at sea. Generate and maintain accurate records and a logbook of field operations and data collection activities. Evaluate project efficiencies and make recommendations for improvements to the design of the sensor system and operational protocol based on at-sea trials.
• Analyze and evaluate acoustic data to extract high quality bathymetry and substrate type profiles. Post-process and analyze raw acoustic data using proprietary substrate classification software to classify habitats. Evaluate classification results and use ArcGIS to produce geodatabases of bathymetry and habitat typing. Explore development of alternate custom programming-based algorithms for processing raw acoustic data. Evaluate alternate methods to determine how to maximize the resolution obtained in classifying habitat types. Review videos and record quantitative assessments of bottom type. Conduct an evaluation of acoustic-derived habitat typing datasets and habitat data derived from video images to quantitatively compare results of the two methods. Conduct spatial analyses using ArcGIS to assess the spatial accuracy and substrate type resolution achieved during at-sea trials under different deployment conditions and habitat types. Use ArcGIS to incorporate acoustic survey data into the existing spatial data management framework, and compare survey results with previously existing spatial information.
• Prepare sections of the final report based on research results. Review scientific literature and published reports on utility and accuracy of acoustic-based habitat mapping techniques. Report the results of the at-sea trials of all candidate field methods, evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of the different approaches based on the spatial accuracy and resolution results, and make recommendations for improvements to the design of the sensor system and operational protocol based on at-sea trials. Prepare additional sections of the final project report with assessments of the accuracy and overall utility of the acoustic habitat mapping approaches selected.
• A Bachelor's degree in Fisheries or Wildlife Science or a closely-related Bachelor's degree with at least 45 quarter (30 semester) hours of biological/ecological coursework; OR
• Three years of biological experience performing studies, research, or resource management activities in a fish or wildlife program.
The City of Hillsboro is pleased to announce that we are seeking an undergraduate or graduate student intern to work in the Transportation Division to assist with the update of the City’s Transportation System Plan. This is a fantastic opportunity to gain knowledge and skills in transportation planning and transportation project development. The intern will work with staff to inventory existing transportation data, document existing transportation trends and review transportation modeling results. The intern will also help to develop the scope, schedule and budget of future transportation projects.
The Transportation Division Intern is a temporary part-time 8-20 hour/week internship. Hours can be flexible to adjust for class schedules. Compensation is $15/hour. A Tri-Met pass will be provided.
Internship Process & Timeline:
September: Application, Interview & Selection Process September - December: Internship
General Description of Duties:
How to Apply:
Submit letter of interest and resume by Monday, September 12, 2016 to:
City of Hillsboro Human Resources Department
Attn: Jessica Chovanec
150 E Main St. – 2nd floor Hillsboro, OR 97123
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org (Transportation Internship in subject line)
Questions? City of Hillsboro Planning Department at email@example.com or at 503-681-6418.
Internship Title: Landslide Database Intern
Name of organization: City of Portland Bureau of Development Services
Type of organization: City government
The Bureau of Development Services promotes safety, livability and economic vitality through efficient and collaborative application of building and development codes.
GoalsTo meet the needs of our community, we pursue the following goals:
● Support community vitality and protect life, property, and natural resources by promoting compliance with applicable codes and regulations
● Provide cooperative and responsive internal and external customer service
● Process all Bureau functions efficiently
● Create a collaborative workplace that promotes mutual respect through trust, fairness and open communication
● Support continual professional growth of the workforce and organization through education, technology and diversity
Values● Dedication to serving the public
● Pride in our work
● Care for the long-term viability of our community
● Recognition of worth, quality and importance of each employee and member of the community
● Support of continual learning, education and innovation
Link to organization’s website: www.portlandoregon.gov/bds/
Internship location: 1900 SW 4th Ave, Portland, OR 97201
The internship will consist of primarily database creation and maintenance. Historical landslide occurrence and loss data currently exists in several locations within City of Portland bureaus and the Oregon State Department of Geology and Mineral Industries (DOGAMI). Recent efforts by city and state collaborators have resulted in a single database for all records. However, this database remains incomplete.
The primary responsibility will consist of scanning, organizing, and filing historic landslide files within the existing collaborative database for use in the Statewide Landslide Inventory Database of Oregon (SLIDO).
Additional responsibilities may include: collaboration and communication with staff at DOGAMI and other City of Portland bureaus, researching historic landslide locations using aerial photography and building permit records, researching landslide loss data, and GIS analyses of landslide locations relative to landslide susceptibility mapping.
Learning outcomes include, but aren’t limited to: communication skills advancement through collaborative project management, obtaining knowledge of local geologic terrain, slope instability hazard areas, and landslide mechanisms typical to different geologic terrains in the City of Portland, and research and problem solving experience through mining data from several existing unconnected systems.
Required skills and experience: GIS, Excel, and general computer skills
Additional preferred qualifications: Good communication and organizational skills
Preferred student level and/or major: Junior, Senior, or Graduate student in the Department of Geology or Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering. This internship is best suited for a Geology major interested in pursuing a career in Engineering Geology or a Civil Engineering major interested in pursuing a career in Geotechnical Engineering.
Duration of internship: Fall 2016 term only
Application Deadline: Review of applications will begin immediately. Open until finalists are selected. For best consideration, submit your application no later than September 12th, 2016.
Desired start date: September/October, 2016
Time Commitment per week/per term: 12 hours per week; 11 weeks per term for a total of 132 hours per term.
Compensation: Graduate students: $1600 per term; Undergraduate students: $1300 per term. (Stipend will be prorated to reflect the day and month that you begin the internship).
Application: This position requires current enrollment as a PSU student and enrollment for the duration of the internship. To confirm that you are formally admitted and enrolled, please email your full name and student ID to firstname.lastname@example.org. Include the name of the internship you are applying for in the subject line. Once your status is confirmed, you will receive the full application instructions via email.
About the Portland Climate Action Collaborative (PCAC) Internship Program:
This program is a partnership between the city of Portland Bureau of Planning and Sustainability and the Institute for Sustainable Solutions to advance the work of the Portland Climate Action Plan.
Interns in PCAC will attend and participate in PSU Portland Climate Action Collaborative networking events and prepare a final poster presentation of their internship work with Climate Action interns from the other cohort organizations.
Funding for the Climate Action Interns is made possible by generous donations to the Sustainability Internship Program to support student career pathways in sustainability
As a GIS Analyst for Publix Super Markets, Inc. you'll help enhance store sales by performing complex data analyses on markets using specialized expert knowledge of Geographic Information System (GIS) data including demographics, consumer behaviors (drive times, interests [baby, pets]), spending patterns, competitive landscape and trade area composition.
Additional responsibilities include:
• Receiving, organizing, cleansing, storing, and managing data from multiple sources required to create and maintain cross-departmental decision support systems.
• Constructing, maintaining, storing, and automating a collection of the most commonly requested market and demographic reports and maps using GIS tools, techniques, and data sets.
• Collaborating with peer Marketing Analytics Analysts to gather research from multiple sources for the purpose of writing custom research reports Work Environment: 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM, Monday through Friday
Compensation: $22.30/hour - $30.85/hour
• Bachelor's Degree in any of the following fields: Geography, Business, Management Information Systems (MIS), Economics, Market Research, Statistics or equivalent analytical degree or experience, • 1 - 3 years in an analytical role specializing in data manipulation, interpretation, report writing, and map generation,
• 1 - 3 years analytical experience using a Geographic Information System (GIS) and Geospatial analytics,
• knowledge of marketing principles including the market research process,
• knowledge of cartographic (mapping) principles: map projections, thematic mapping principles, and key map elements,
• knowledge of data analysis, general business and report writing skills,
• knowledge of internal and external data available for analyses and reporting: sales data, scan data, demographics, government agencies, consumers, customers, spending, and competitors, etc.,
• knowledge of multiple software applications, including but are not limited to, Geographic Information System (GIS) applications (ESRI and MapInfo), business intelligence applications (Alteryx), standard MS Office applications, and statistical tools, such as R and SPSS,
• knowledge of relational databases,
• knowledge of and skills in mathematical equations and algebra, geometry, statistical formulas and how/when to apply equations and formulas to analysis,
• ability to adhere to data integrity and confidentiality of information, • ability to be inquisitive and ask probing questions,
• conceptual thinking, critical thinking, problem-solving, detailed oriented, judgment and decision making,
• inductive and deductive reasoning skills,
• ability to communicate verbally and in written form,
• project and time management skills,
• ability to outline, design, and develop actionable research reports, reference guides, and training materials in a well-organized and concise written form,
• ability and willingness to learn technology and research tools, • ability to work independently with minimal supervision,
• willingness to occasionally work extended hours and on the weekends, and
• willingness to travel up to one week at a time with overnight stays to competitors and/or Publix locations
• Master's Degree in Business Administration, Geography, Marketing, Statistics or equivalent analytical disciplines,
• 3 - 5 years in an analytical role specializing in data manipulation, interpretation, and report writing and map generation,
• 3 -5 years analytical experience using a Geographic Information System (GIS) specializing in demographics and consumer behaviors, and purchasing, and customer segmentation analyses,
• ability to select and reduce data using Structured Query Language (SQL) available in different software application,
• geographic Information Systems Professional (GISP),
• knowledge of Microsoft Access, and/or
• familiarity with the terminology and operations of the grocery business and/or large-scale retail environment