Columbia River Region ASPRS Tech Exchange 2018
November 16th - 9am-3pm
Allan Price Science Commons and Research Library Visualization Lab
1344 Franklin Boulevard, Eugene, OR
Conservation Monitoring Officer
The Conservation Monitoring Officer serves as the primary point person at Rainforest Trust for maintaining the integrity of our Key Biodiversity Areas project data, both GIS as well as in our related project database, to enable to consistent and timely monitoring of KBAs. The Officer is responsible for making improvements to the project database to facilitate the application, agreement, monitoring and reporting processes, as well as integrating geospatial data to the extent possible. The Officer also serves as the primary creator of any KBA maps, both static and web-based.
Rainforest Trust seeks experienced conservation professional to manage both spatial and non-spatial data to monitor the progress of a growing portfolio of Key Biodiversity Area (KBA) projects across the tropics. Rainforest Trust is a 501c3 non-profit organization founded in 1988. Partnering with the most respected conservation organizations in the world’s tropical regions, Rainforest Trust supports the
protection of critical habitat for endangered species through local partnership.
This position reports to the Science and Monitoring Manager.
Essential Responsibilities and Duties:
How to Apply:Please send applications to jobs@RainforestTrust.org. Please include a resume and a cover letter describing your interest in working for Rainforest Trust, your salary aspirations, and any specific job requirements. Cover letters without salary aspirations will not be considered.
The Oregon Statewide Imagery Program (OSIP) is pleased to provide this advance notice of upcoming changes to Oregon's imagery web services!
The planned Go Live date is October 31st.
Please review the following information and plan accordingly, especially if your web applications or workflows include web services from http://imagery.oregonexplorer.info/arcgis/rest/services
We will be adding:
We will be removing:
For a detailed discussion of what web services have been added and removed, including changes to the Oregon Imagery Explorer, please review the FAQ document available from OSIP's Data web page
For information about the Oregon Statewide Imagery Program visit: https://www.oregon.gov/geo/Pages/imagery.aspx
For information on the various vintages of imagery available visit: https://www.oregon.gov/geo/Pages/imagery_data.aspx
This is a term-limited position with the King County GIS Center in Seattle. For position details and how to apply, see: https://agency.governmentjobs.com/kingcounty/job_bulletin.cfm?jobID=2234888&sharedWindow=0
OPENING DATE/TIME: 10/09/18 12:00 AM (GMT -8:00)
CLOSING DATE/TIME: 10/23/18 11:59 PM (GMT -8:00)
SALARY: $37.17 - $47.12 Hourly $77,320.88 - $98,008.77 Annually
LOCATION: King Street Center - 201 S Jackson St, Seattle
JOB TYPE: Special Duty Assignment or Term Limited Temp (TLT)
DIVISION: King County Department of Information Technology
JOB NUMBER: 2018-08504
*This opportunity is open to both internal and external applicants. It is being offered as both a TLT (Term Limited Temporary) OR a Special Duty assignment. (Only internal, Career Service employees are eligible for Special Duty assignments. It is important to note that you must get approval from your current supervisor/manager to accept a Special Duty assignment)
Perform a full range of GIS development and application tasks, including web applications, spatial analysis, and map design/production, in support of high-priority GIS projects and services for a large, diverse community of clients. Perform all aspects of data development and maintenance for spatial and tabular data related to urban and regional planning, land use/land cover, zoning, and real property. Develop and nurture effective working relationships with all project clients. Lead project teams and act as a mentor for other staff where appropriate, in alignment with project management and technical requirements.
King County Department of Information Technology (KCIT)
KCIT is providing the building blocks for many of the region's most critical services. As the business solutions partner, we collaborate with the 18 County departments to develop products and services that better serve the needs of our customers and our community. To learn more about KCIT, please visit: http://kingcounty.gov/depts/it.aspx
As the first place recipient of the 15th annual National Association of Counties (NACo) Digital Counties Survey, KCIT was recognized for its vision, strategy, innovation, and collaboration. Previously earning top 10 digital county honors in the last eleven years from the Center for Digital Government, KCIT has a focus of delivering smart technology solutions that support customers, building stronger communities through innovative information technology.
This position is estimated to last approximately 1 year
King County offers a robust benefits package to support you and your family in a variety of ways. To learn more about the benefits offered here, please click on the Benefits tab or click here: http://www.kingcounty.gov/employees/.
The normal workweek for this position is Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Alternative work schedules may be considered. This position is not eligible for overtime pay.
If you have any questions regarding this recruitment, please contact Shannon McCourt, firstname.lastname@example.org or 206-263-6957.
EXPERIENCE, QUALIFICATIONS, KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS:
*This opportunity is being offered as both a TLT (Term Limited Temporary) OR a Special Duty assignment. (Only internal, Career Service employees are eligible for Special Duty assignments. It is important to note that you must get approval from your current supervisor/manager to accept a Special Duty assignment)
Portland, OR 97232
$24 an hour
Innovative Applications of Esri GIS Technology Poster Competition
For more information, and for the 5 categories that will serve as criteria, see:
Cash prizes will be awarded, but even more importantly, this is an opportunity for students and colleagues to showcase the innovative things they are doing with Esri GIS technology to help understand and solve the most pressing local-to-global problems of our time.
Open until filled.
Performs advanced technical and administrative work in the use of Geographic Information Systems. Primary responsibilities are to provide development, maintenance, analysis, queries, reports, maps, graphics, data collection, support and training relating to Citywide GIS databases and workflows.
The work performed by this class requires incumbents to apply professional knowledge and expertise as well as established guidelines and alternatives to determine facts, analyze problems, and make decisions without immediate supervisory review. Incumbents operate independently and select appropriate methods to accomplish project assignments.
Examples of Job Duties
Other duties may be assigned as needed.
A combination of the experience, education, and training listed below which provides an equivalent background to perform the work of this position.
The physical demands and characteristics of the work environment described here are representative of those occurring in the performance of the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
While performing the essential functions of this job, the employee is frequently required to stand; walk; sit; use hands to finger, handle, or feel objects, tools, or controls; and talk or hear. The employee is occasionally required to reach with hands and arms and stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 20 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is occasionally exposed to toxic or caustic chemicals, i.e. copier toner.
The incumbent generally operates a computer in an office environment where the noise level is usually low to moderate. The employee also works in the field collecting data and is required to carry and operate GPS equipment where conditions may include walking moderately steep slopes, walking over moderately rough terrain, or working near busy roadways. The employee is required to drive a car to collect field data. While in the field, the employee must be able to work safely at all times.
Regular and reliable attendance is an essential function of this position.
This position description generally describes the principle functions of the position and the level of knowledge and skills typically required. It does not constitute an employment agreement between the employer and employee, and it is subject to change as the needs of the employer and the requirements of the job change.
The City of Marysville is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Qualified applicants are considered for employment without regard to race, creed, color, sex, national origin, age, marital status, sexual orientation, or the presence of a non job-related medical condition or disability.
Environmental Informational Program Manager (WMS2)
Closing Date:10/30/2018 11:59 PM
Salary:$71,028 - $91,092 Annually
The Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) has an exciting opportunity for an individual who wants to have a major impact on the way environmental data is collected, managed, and applied to transportation decision making. This position is responsible for leading the Environmental Information Program within the Environmental Services Office (ESO). This position provides strategic leadership, oversight and senior environmental management support of information technology needs for all programs in ESO and directs the development and operations of applications that support environmental functions statewide.
To thrive in this position, the successful candidate will need to be a self-starter and an exceptional communicator. A crucial part of the role is to effectively coordinate and problem-solve across a broad range of functions and in coordination with managers and application developers at the Information Technology Division, Development Division Managers, Headquarters Environmental Services Office personnel, and region and modal environmental managers throughout WSDOT.
This position will perform the following work:
An ideal candidate for this position will have the following skills and experience:
To view the entire announcement and to apply, please visit
Emerging Professionals Reawakening Social
When: October 17, 2018 6:30 PM, PDT
Where: Old Town Pizza, 226 NW Davis St., Portland, OR 97209
To register: https://www.orurisa.org/event-3070311
Please join ORURISA's Emerging Professionals (formerly Young Professionals) new board in a social gathering. This is a great time to meet the new board members of the newly reawakened Emerging Professionals and meet other emerging GIS professionals. We will be talking about potential opportunities such as workshops, mentoring, internships, and networking. The event is free and everyone is welcome, however, you have to bring one of your own bad maps to share and have a fun critique!