Job descriptionELYON International is a premier management consulting firm with a diverse list of both government and commercial customers.
ELYON International provides comprehensive management consulting, information technology, geospatial and professional support services that enable our customers to meet their goals and exceed performance objectives.
ELYON is currently seeking a polished and experienced GIS Specialist to support our federal customer in Portland, Oregon.
GIS QUALITY ASSURANCE AND MIGRATION SERVICES.
ELYON requires services to work with the Natural Resource Data Stewards to research user requirements, to conduct quality assurance and quality control on corporate GIS databases, to document and test a suite of GIS/GIS software tools, using Environmental Systems Research Institute (ESRI) and Trimble COTS desktop software as well as ESRI ArcPad10 and emerging mobile software on multiple operating systems. Services are also needed to research and write curriculum and train nationally on GIS systems as a live instructor, through internet courses or through self-study courses.
The Contractor Shall Perform The Following, But Is Not Limited To
Successful Candidate Shall Possess The Following Skills And Abilities
The Following Skills Are Preferred But Not Required
Qualified and interested candidates can send their resume to
Joshua.sisco at elyoninternational.com
ELYON International is a premier management consulting firm with a diverse list of both government and commercial customers. ELYON International provides comprehensive management consulting, information technology, geospatial and professional support services that enable our customers to meet their goals and exceed performance objectives. Please visit our website at elyoninternational.com for more information.
Posted on 10/27/2016
A GIS Technician job in Portland, Oregon is available courtesy of Adecco Engineering & Technology. Experience with ArcGIS, LiDAR, and experience or exposure to 3D CAD systems are the “Must Haves” for this job. The person in this full-time GIS Remote Sensing Office Technician (contracted) role will process and analyze a variety of spatial data products (including LiDAR data, Orthophotos, and Video) and assist with general analysis support. An understanding of geospatial concepts and GPS survey methods is desired, but not mandatory, and candidates with GIS coursework or applicable work experience are preferred. 5 open jobs. This is a contract and the rate of pay is $19.00 hour.
GIS Technician job responsibilities include:
A Bachelor’s Degree is required (Bachelor of Science, Remote sensing or GIS would be great, but any natural resources or engineering disciplines might also work)
Some experience with ArcGIS is required.
Experience or exposure to any 3D CAD system (Microstation is the system you will use)
LIDAR knowledge, experience would also be a big plus – candidates should at least know what this is. Lidar (also written LIDAR, LiDAR or LADAR) is a remote sensing technology that measures distance by illuminating a target with a laser and analyzing the reflected light. Although thought by some to be an acronym of Light Detection And Ranging, the term lidar was actually created as a portmanteau of "light" and "radar".
Though not required, experience in the following areas is greatly desired:
Python or VB scripting
Experience in the ESRI suite
Adobe creative suite
CAD based software
Working in a 3D environment
Statistics commonly used in data analysis
If you are interested in this GIS Technician job in Portland, Oregon then please click APPLY NOW. If you have questions about the position please contact Thomas Wirfs at email@example.com or 503-535-2585. For other opportunities available at Adecco Engineering and Technology go to www.adeccousa.com.
ODFW recently announced an open GIS Technician position (ISS-3) located in Salem. This position is with the Natural Resources Information Management Program and the Research, Evaluation, Data & Decision (REDD) support group in the Conservation and Recovery section.
The position will create elevation derived, spatial data representing streams to be used for spatial network modeling; synthesize existing fish passage barrier inventory data from numerous sources into the Oregon Fish Passage Barrier Data Standard (OFPBDS) compliant Framework dataset; incorporate field survey data, of both fish and habitat observations, from multiple agencies, as well as modeled distribution data into the Framework standard fish habitat distribution datasets; and compile and/or develop presumed historical fish habitat distribution data from various state and federal entities into the Oregon Fish Habitat Distribution Data Standard Framework (OFHDDS) dataset.
Information Systems Specialist 3 (NRIMP-REDD GIS Technician)
This is a full time, limited duration position through June 30, 2017.
THE RECRUITMENT WILL REMAIN OPEN UNTIL FILLED. THE FIRST REVIEW OF APPLICATIONS WILL BEGIN ON NOVEMBER 10, 2016. THIS RECRUITMENT MAY CLOSE ANYTIME AFTER THAT DATE.
Cartographic Technician 3
Specialty: Manual Drafting
Additional Position Information:
The full-time contract Cartographic Technician 3 position provides support to the Survey and Mapping (TERM) organization, a part of Bonneville Power Administration’s (BPA’s) Real Property Services (TER) group. This position will provide support to the Survey and Mapping Manager, in an office setting located in Vancouver, WA.
The TERM organization supports right-of-way acquisition for transmission facilities by preparing pre-acquisition documentation, including, but not limited to, land descriptions and exhibits. In addition, TERM prepares and maintains drawings of BPA transmission facilities, particularly transmission line plan/profile drawings and site property acquisition drawings, including substation sites, communication sites, and fish facilities. These drawings often serve dual functions: 1) they depict BPA right-of-way and associated controlling elements, and 2) they serve as a graphic summary of the intended or as-built configurations of electric transmission facilities, particularly line facilities.
Contract personnel are not allowed to direct Federal employees, nor are they allowed to authorize expenditures or make decisions on behalf of BPA; these functions are specifically assigned to BPA employees. Contract personnel provide analysis, information and input to those functions. Additionally, contract personnel may only represent BPA (such as at seminars, industry events, etc.) with written authorization from a BPA Vice President.
This position is NOT open to Foreign National candidates.
Position Responsibilities include:
Note: all drafts, documents, materials and recommendations, as listed below, must be reviewed, finalized and approved / accepted by appropriate BPA manager and/or other federal personnel with the authority to do so.
If interested in this position, you can contact:
Sr. Staffing Specialist
First Tek, DOS LLC
620 SW Fifth Avenue, Suite 1205, Portland, OR 97204
Phone: (503) 219-0625 || Fax: (503) 226-6786
www.first-tek.com || firstname.lastname@example.org
The Conservation Biology Institute (CBI) is a growing non-profit organization, dedicated to providing scientific and technical expertise to support the conservation and recovery of biological diversity. The spatial data manager will be responsible for coordination and maintenance of all spatial data for the organization, which relies heavily on GIS data for nearly all projects. This includes managing a large collection of project-related data internal to the organization as well as curating a large and growing spatial data library as part of our online
Data Basin platform (databasin.org). Working in a team environment, the spatial data manager will lead the development and implementation of geographic data management policies and procedures for the organization (e.g., metadata standards, file management, and data QA/QC, and support other science and technical staff in data management and coordination.
This position requires someone who is highly detail-oriented and passionate about geospatial data and documentation. The Conservation Biology Institute is looking for someone who will demonstrate considerable initiative in understanding how data are created, processed, and how they are best organized and archived. The terms "data librarian", "data archaeologist", and "herding cats" should have special meaning to you.
Required Qualifications and Experience
Master’s degree in Information Science, GIS, related field, or 4 years or more of related experience.
• Familiarity with a variety of spatial data formats (e.g., ArcGIS raster and vector data, NetCDF)
• Understanding of database concepts and software (e.g., ArcSDE, PostgreSQL)
• Knowledge of spatial data management, GIS, and data processing (ArcGIS 10+ pref.)
• Working knowledge of scripting languages (esp. Python, SQL, and general shell scripting)
• Ability to communicate effectively and work in a team successfully
• Knowledge of word processing, spreadsheet, and presentation software (e.g., Microsoft Office)
For full description:
The Pacific Northwest Region (USDA, Forest Service) is recruiting for two GIS Specialists (GS-0301-9). These positions will provide support, expertise and recommendations for the development and application of geospatial information that is required to support the mission and programs of the Forests and Region, working with the Regional Office Data Resources Management (DRM) team.
DRM promotes an atmosphere of innovation and a culture of supporting the Forest Service mission delivery work with decision-making tools and interactive maps that make information and data available internally and externally in a compelling manner. DRM is promoting and exploring modernized work flows with geospatial technology and data stewardship.
For additional information on the position, to see the full outreach notice, or to respond to this outreach online, click on this link to the Forest Service Outreach Database.
Any questions may be directed to either Rick Cvarak, Acting GIS Services Program Manager, at 503-730-8545 or at email: email@example.com, or Katy Madrid, CSA 4 Area Manager, (541) 426-5686, or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Wildlife Specialist 1 “GIS Specialist 1” | Arizona Game & Fish Department | Phoenix, AZ
SALARY GRADE 18 ($31,110 - $55,762)
REQUISITION#26066 / CLOSE DATE: 11/10/2016
The GIS Specialist I position is an entry-level position that is responsible for providing GIS support and services to Department employees. Provides support for development of data and web applications through various means such as ArcGIS Web App Builder, App Studio, or JAVA Script APIs. Provides support with data development techniques such as digitization, data mining, GPS data collection, ArcGIS Server Services, and other methods that may include quality assurance and control routines. Performs GIS analysis and modeling through coordination with project leads and GIS staff to include map creation, data analysis technical assistance and plotting needs, and ensuring products meet project requirements. This position will support the maintenance of applications such as the Recreational Access Arizona Web mapping tool and mobile application version, including updates of GIS data and services to maintain accuracy for public users. Also works with the GIS lead for the Landowner Relations Program (LRP) accomplishments Database (LORAX), including collaboration on training staff on using the database, Smart phone field collection, and other technology needs. Coordinates with the Department’s Game Program to plan and develop applications that support and comply with the Department’s Information Systems Branch guidelines and standards. Reviews popular and technical publications to maintain proficiency in specialty field(s). Performs other duties as assigned.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES
The candidate must have knowledge of/in: GIS theory, technology and real world applications of GIS technology, preferably including web app development and maintenance, and a background of experience or education in fish and wildlife management and advanced biology.
The candidate must be skilled in the use of GPS devices and mobile technology, computers, cameras and other necessary tools and equipment, data entry and analysis, and in development and maintenance of online GIS applications, centralized databases, and use of the latest GIS software.
The candidate must have a Bachelor's degree in a wildlife science, environmental sciences, conservation biology/studies, or one of most life or physical science degrees, geographical sciences, or closely related field from an accredited college or university and one year of professional experience in a wildlife/conservation research or wildlife/conservation management department or agency.
A graduate degree in a wildlife science or a closely related field may substitute for one year or required experience. Preference will be given to GIS Professional certified individual, or an individual with advanced education in fields relating to Geographic Information Systems (e.g. MS-GIS; certificate courses alone will not necessarily satisfy this preference).
The American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing
Columbia River Region Chapter
Welcomes you to
The Lucky Lab Brewery
15 SE Hawthorne Blvd, Portland, OR 97214
Thursday, October 20th, 5:30 pm -7:30 pm
Come join us if you are you interested in…
· Aerial Imagery
We welcome all active and inactive members, those who are curious about the society or anyone who simply wants to nerd out on geospatial science. Meet professionals, network and enjoy some Lucky Lab food and drink!
A career with Pierce County is your opportunity to make a difference in people’s lives every day, as each employee plays a role in supporting a livable Pierce County where people choose to live, work, and play. Pierce County currently has two GIS career opportunities with generous benefits available:
1)GIS Technician (annual starting salary $55,265 - $69,638 based on skills and experience) - Closes.
Full description: http://agency.governmentjobs.com/piercecountywa/default.cfm?action=jobbulletin&JobID=1565065
2)GIS Programmer/Engineer, Lead (annual starting salary $79,024 - $95,062 based on skills and experience) - Open until filled.
Please visit http://www.piercecountywa.org/index.aspx?nid=1125 for more information on either of these opportunities, and fill out the application and supplemental questions completely and carefully.
ASPRS Columbia River & Puget Sound Regions
Date: Friday, October 21st, 20016
Time: 9:00-(Setup time available for presenters: 8:00-9:00 a.m.)
Place: Vancouver Water Resource Education Center
4600 SE Columbia Way 98661
Vancouver, Washington (360) 696-8478
Online Registration / Presenter Abstract Deadline: October 19th, 2016
ASPRS Members…………. ……………… $25.00 (Includes box lunch and copy of abstracts)
Non-members …………………. …………….$35.00 (Includes box lunch and copy of abstracts)
ASPRS Student Members……………….…...$Free + Optional Lunch ($10.00)
Non-member Student*………………….……..$10.00 + Optional Lunch ($10.00) = $20.00
To Register Online:
We recommend purchasing the box lunch as there are no dining facilities in the near vicinity of the Water Resources Education Center.
Parking: Ample FREE parking available at the meeting site
WHAT: Technical presentations by Professionals, Educators and Researchers.
This event is an informal opportunity for people who are interested in the topics of GIS, photogrammetry, and remote sensing to learn more about what's going on in our own region in resource management, government, academia, and business. The information exchange is a day-long event in which local practitioners may present a 20-minute talk on one of their current or recent projects. This is also an opportunity to learn new techniques, meet new contacts, and refresh old ones. Projectors and wireless internet connection will be available. Presenters are asked to their keep presentations under 20 minutes to allow for questions and timely proceedings.
WHO: ASPRS Members and Non-Members interested in expanding their knowledge.
Anyone interested in learning more about GIS, photogrammetry, remote sensing, and related fields or who wish to share information about interesting or unusual projects in these areas are welcome. Please, extend this invitation to your colleagues who work in the areas of GIS, photogrammetry, and remote sensing. No commercial presentations or endorsements are allowed.
We particularly want to encourage non-members to come find out more about ASPRS. As an encouragement, student attendees who wish to join ASPRS the day of the session will have the registration fee waived. In addition, any person or company can sponsor a student by covering the $10 registration fee, so please consider sending them to this session to learn more about our industry and society.
WHERE: The meeting will be held at the
Vancouver Water Resources Education Center:
4600 S.E. Columbia Way, Vancouver, WA. 360.696.8478