Location: Goldsboro, North Carolina, United States
Employment Type: Full time
Salary: $12.50 hourly
Job ID: 9566
Geographic Technologies Group, Inc (GTG) is currently seeking a GIS/GPS Technician in the NC office. GTG is one of the country’s leading full-service local government GIS consulting companies with its corporate headquarters located in North Carolina. Founded in 1997, GTG celebrates more than 15 years of growth and success.
JOB DESCRIPTION, REQUIREMENTS AND OPPORTUNITIES
This position interacts extensively with the Project Manager responsible for the project. GTG is a rapidly growing GIS consulting and software engineering firm with headquarters in North Carolina and regional offices throughout the country.
An understanding of Esri-based software and GPS equipment is desired. Effective oral and written communication skills, and the ability to complete projects independently and/or in small teams in a responsible and timely manner are required.
Strong preference given to applicants with prior experience developing utility geodatabases. This includes water, sewer, stormwater, and electric utilities. Typical work performed by this position includes georeferencing scanned as-builts or AutoCAD files and capturing utility data from them using heads-up digitizing in the Esri ArcMap environment. Field data collection of utility infrastructure using mapping grade GPS is also common for this position.
Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
Candidates should preferably have a Bachelor’s Degree in GIS, Geography or related field and up to 1.5 years’ experience with GIS and local government. Effective oral and written communication skills, presentation skills, and the ability to complete projects independently and/or in small teams in a responsible and timely manner are required. Frequent overnight travel is required, as are periods of prolonged project location on-site stays.
This position offers a compensation range between $12.50 - $14.50 DOQ with time and a half for overtime. Overtime is required. GTG offers group health, dental and disability coverage, and retirement plan. Two weeks paid vacation.
SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES: None at this time
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GIS Programmer/Engineer, Lead (Job #5072)
PIERCE COUNTY, INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DEPARTMENT
GIS PROGRAMMER/ENGINEER, LEAD
HIRING RANGE: $73,278.40 - $88,150.40 annually
CLOSING DATE: Open Until Filled
Pierce County has an opportunity for an experienced GIS Programmer/Engineer. As a staff member in the GIS and Applications Division of the IT Department, this position will:
Pierce County offers very competitive medical/dental/vision coverage, retirement, Orca card, accrued vacation/sick leave, and 12 paid holidays per year. The Information Technology department is located in beautiful downtown Tacoma. For more information about this position as well as application instructions, please go to: http://online.co.pierce.wa.us/cfapps/jobs/joblist.cfm.
Description: The Conservation GIS Analyst will support spatial data and analyses needs of Round River Conservation Studies including developing and maintaining the organizations geographic information systems (GIS) databases, analyses and systems. The Analyst will serve on various project teams responsible for a diverse portfolio of domestic and international conservation science projects, and will be responsible for providing GIS, spatial database management and conservation science support to Round River staff, associates and partners. The Conservation GIS Analyst serves as the technical lead on spatial analyses of varying scope and complexity including landscape prioritization, ecological and cultural modeling and mapping, spatial data management and development and oversight of field efforts to support conservation analyses.
For full job description and application details: http://bit.ly/1fYHsJW
Esri R&D Center at 920 SW 3rd Ave #400 in Portland
We will be working on the Leaflet Quick Start Guide (with a little OpenStreetMap thrown in there) and will have a space for open map hacking as well! Beginners very welcome. Bring a laptop!
Hey map nerds, geo geeks, and the spatially curious: MaptimePDX is BACK, and we want you to come hack with us!
This Thursday, October 24th from 6pm to 8:30pm, join us for MaptimePDX, a monthly/bi-weekly hack and learn event for the geographically inclined. We will have spaces for those who are already working on map-related projects (or have ideas in mind!) as well as a guided exercise through building a Leaflet web map and using data from OpenStreetMap. Beginners are very welcome and encouraged to attend! Please bring a laptop if you can.
We all use maps every day. Let's learn how to make them even better... together.
P.S. If you're at all interested in casual mentoring at the event (a.k.a. answering questions or sharing what you do), please let me know.
When: Thursday, October 24th from 6pm to 8:30pm
Where: Esri R&D Center, 920 SW 3rd Ave #400, Portland, OR
Who: Anyone interested in learning more about maps and geospatial technology.
Why: Because maps are rad!
The City of Lake Oswego is searching for a planning professional to assist the City’s Natural Resources Planner with a variety of current and long range planning projects. This position will help implement revisions to the City’s natural resource protection program, coordinate urban and community forestry programs, and perform environmental education and outreach. This is a temporary position that will work an average of 20 hours a week. Expected duration of the position is through June 30, 2014.
Education and Experience Requirements:
Priority consideration is given to applicants with:
To learn more about the position or apply online, please visit http://agency.governmentjobs.com/lakeoswego/default.cfm.
Geospatial Data Analyst
RootMetrics - Greater Seattle Area
RootMetrics is seeking a talented geospatial data analyst to assist in the acquisition and management of geospatial data and to use Geographic Information Systems (GIS) applications and tools for geospatial manipulation and analysis of data.
A small organization mentality is critical for success in this position: a passionate can-do attitude is required as are good communication skills, with a work style that is collaborative. If you have a passion for data, are an expert with GIS and enjoy using spatial data/statistics to solve real-world problems, then we’d love to hear from you.
Desired Skills and Experience
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Mason, Bruce & Girard, Inc.
Natural Resource Consultants
GIS Software Developer – Portland, OR
About the Position
The GIS Software Developer will support the development of custom software including desktop, web and mobile applications. In this role you will perform the following tasks:
To excel in the position of Geospatial Application Developer, you should possess the following skills and experience:
Mason, Bruce & Girard, Inc. is a full-service natural resources consulting firm, with expertise in environmental services, forestry and geographic information systems (GIS). We offer consulting services to both industry and government, and have done so since 1921. A set of core values guide our work, focusing our efforts on providing responsible, sustainable solutions that meet client needs.
Our areas of expertise include forestry, wildlife, fisheries, wetlands, water quality, and GIS. Our work is characterized by the highest level of client service, the application of the best science and technology, quality processes and results, integrity, and our respect for the natural environment.
MB&G is an equal opportunity employer and provides competitive compensation and benefits packages.
MB&G offers a stimulating and supportive work environment which encourages innovative thinking, high quality work and a healthy work-life balance.
Join Us/Apply Now
Click here http://www.masonbruce.com/careers/current-openings or visit the Careers section of our website to send us your resume.
MB&G is proud to be an equal opportunity employer.
Thomson Reuters is hiring up to 8 temporary contractors to digitize tax jurisdictions. The positions start as soon as possible and run through January. These contractors will be using ArcGIS 10.2 standard edition.
Research, analyze and document GIS data for various taxes in U.S. jurisdictions. Maintain accurate and timely GIS content.
Job responsibilities include:
• Research, analyze, and document GIS data for various tax types and jurisdictions.
• Assist in maintaining a GIS data set for the entire U.S. in both a GIS and database structure.
• Correspond with state and local authorities regarding tax boundaries.
• Perform special projects as assigned by management.
Job and work experience requirements:
• Bachelor’s degree in geography, information systems, computer science or related field.
• Experience with Microsoft Access 2007 or 2010 a plus
Special skills and knowledge requirements:
• Ability to consistently meet rigid and recurring deadlines
• Ability to communicate effectively and handle multiple tasks.
• Knowledge of GIS fundamentals including strong spatial data development skills.
• Software systems: ESRI Standard, Microsoft Excel, Word, Outlook, and Access
• Databases: knowledge of database concepts (data types, queries, filters, table design)
Other attributes required:
• Superior organizational and interpersonal skills.
• Strong aptitude for detail.
• Must be a self-starter.
Please contact me at Meara.firstname.lastname@example.org if interested.
US Tax Research
The City of Marysville, WA is looking to fill a temporary position performing a variety of special projects related to mapping using global positioning system (GPS) equipment, processing data using geographic information system (GIS) software, reviewing and interpreting record drawings from City projects, and other miscellaneous projects that develop.
To see full job description and application details go here: http://bit.ly/18km3WN