Where: Cramer Hall, Room 418
When: Monday, Nov. 4th from 4pm - 6pm
Welcome to our very first PSU and PCC GIS club event of the term! We are inviting everyone that is interested in GIS to come network, eat pizza and listen to student speakers talk about their summer internships. It will be a great time to get to know fellow students in GIS classes and those in both the PSU and PCC GIS club. Future events for the club will also be addressed in this event, so don't miss out!
The application best consideration date is Dec 1, 2019. The position will start in Fall 2020.
Position Summary: The Geography Department, at Portland Community College's Sylvania Campus, seeks a full-time Instructor with diverse experience using geospatial technologies and an innovative teaching style to begin Fall 2020. The Geography department currently offers a GIS Certificate and is developing a UAS Certificate and an Associates of Applied Science in Geomatics.
For full application details:
Physical Demands/Work Environment:
The work is primarily in an office setting, sedentary, requires long periods of sitting in one position, and intense concentration for several hours at a time. Stress may be experienced on a regular basis in attempting to respond to conflicting objectives and tight deadlines with limited resources. Occasional fieldwork may be required in support of resource mapping projects, involving extended days of travel in remote settings and in poor weather conditions.
The incumbent provides support and advice for application of geospatial technology under the guidance and direction of a higher level specialist and/or supervisor. They are responsible for a wide range of spatial information required to support the management of public lands. The incumbent must have an effective mix of technical skills in the geographic and computer science disciplines, including ARCGIS, and GPS. Duties include input into a variety of databases. Providing technical user support for all aspects of geospatial data and software. Work with a diverse group of resource specialists, planners and managers to coordinate and implement GIS activities, to include; development of project objectives, evaluation of adequacy of existing data sources, creation/modification of GIS coverage, databases, analysis, and preparation of final output products.
The Department of Natural Resources and Parks is seeking an energetic and motivated GIS Specialist to support programs and projects within the Wastewater Treatment Division (WTD). This position will perform a wide range of GIS data development and maintenance, mapping, and analytical tasks as well as development of scripting solutions and maintenance of ArcGIS Online web mapping products. This position may work independently developing and executing moderately complex analyses and developing solutions for complex questions. They may coordinate with other County professionals and outside agencies to ensure successful delivery of GIS data, products and services. They may serve as leader of interdisciplinary work teams managing content, configuration and support of GIS online maps and tools.
King Street Center, 201 S. Jackson Street, Seattle, Washington, with travel required to other WTD locations throughout King and South Snohomish County.
This Special Duty Assignment or Term Limited Temporary position is Fair Labor Standard Act (FLSA) non-exempt and is overtime eligible. The regular workweek is full-time 40 hours, Monday through Friday.
WTD is committed to the principles of equity and social justice. We value diverse perspectives and life experiences in our workforce, and are committed to building a culturally diverse and inclusive environment. WTD strives to provide equitable services to residents and businesses across King County.
The successful candidate will:
The successful candidate will embody the following competencies:
The ideal candidate should have:
LICENSE / CERTIFICATION:
A Valid Washington State Driver's License
FLO Analytics (FLO) is looking for a talented GIS Technician/Analyst for our Portland office. As GIS Technician/Analyst, you will support GIS project work alongside a collaborative team of GIS and data analytics professionals. You will provide a broad range of GIS technical support on projects with duties typically including data compilation, standardization, and management; geographic data mapping; spatial analysis; web mapping application development and maintenance; cartographic product creation; and project reporting assistance.
FLO specializes in Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and data analytics services, serving school districts, government, utilities, non-profit groups, and various businesses and industries in the Pacific Northwest and beyond. FLO supports and is a key innovator within Maul Foster & Alongi, Inc. (MFA), a locally owned Pacific Northwest consulting firm specializing in the areas of environmental science, engineering, planning, and GIS. Since 1996, MFA has grown to over 120 employees, with offices in Oregon, Washington, Idaho, and Massachusetts.
Desired Skills and Abilities
Salary & Benefits:
GIS Job Opportunity with WATech
The Washington Technology Solutions (WATech) Department is recruiting to fill one part-time (32 hours) permanent Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Architect within the Office of the Chief Information Office (OCIO), Geospatial Program Office. This position serves as the Geospatial Architect and Systems Administrator and reports to the State GIS Coordinator. In this role, you will work with dedicated GIS/ IT professionals who support delivery of services to other state agencies, local government and the public. This position is expected to be innovative, creative and a team player.
Visit Governmentjobs.com to view the full advertisement and application.
Jarrett Walker + Associates is a consulting firm that helps communities think about public transit planning, especially the design and redesign of bus networks. You can learn about us at our website (jarrettwalker.com) and at Jarrett’s blog (HumanTransit.org).
What does a typical day look like?
At JWA, analysts work on many different aspects of transit planning projects, using different tools and skillsets. For example, early on in a project, you could be asked to draw a map showing the frequency of each route in a transit network using Adobe Illustrator and QGIS. On another day, you might be asked to lay out a report in Adobe InDesign or create a set of charts in Excel or using R’s ggplot plotting package. Once you’re more experienced, you might make site visits to our clients in other cities to help with a design workshop or a public meeting. We also work together using R and other data analysis programming languages to conduct detailed analyses of existing transit service performance and compare different planning options.
Because our team is small and our projects are highly varied, we seek to hire and provide training to ensure the widest range of ability possible among our staff.
Required Skills and Experience
For this position, the following are requirements.
Evaluation of candidates
When we evaluate candidates, we will look for a combination of analysis skills and instincts; cartography skills; transit planning interest or experience; and interpersonal/teamwork skills.
Compensation, Benefits and Place of Work
Compensation will start in the range of $25-33/hour. Large raises in the first year are common. Our benefits program includes medical, dental, and disability insurance; a 401(k) program; subsidized and pre-tax transit benefits; paid sick leave; and paid time off.
This position will require working out of either our Portland, Oregon (Inner Southeast). JWA allows employees to set work schedules that include working from home or other locations for some of their work time, but employees will be expected to work in their primary office for most of their work hours. This position will likely require occasional travel, to work with clients directly, a few times per year, and, potentially, travel for training or conference.
Growth and Development
The position offers the potential to develop a range of transit planning skills. Everyone pitches in at many different levels, and there are opportunities to learn more advanced skills either on the job or through attendance of professional conferences or other structured training.
How to Apply
To apply, please send the following materials to email@example.com
Diversity and inclusion
JWA follows an equal opportunity employment policy and employs personnel without regard to race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy, gender identity, and sexual orientation), national origin, age, disability, or genetic information.
This policy also applies to management of staff with regards to internal promotions, training, opportunities for advancement, and terminations. It also applies to our interactions with outside vendors, subcontractors, and the general public.
INTERNSHIP STARTS FALL/WINTER 2019
CONTACT ALVEY SEEYOUMA ALVEY@WISDOMOFTHEELDERS.ORG or call 503-775-4041 to schedule a time to meet or for assistance with an application. Our office is located at 3203 SE 109th Ave, Portland, OR.
Wisdom Work Force Development interns will receive a monthly stipend for training in:
-Environmental Assessment and habitat restoration using Wisdom's culturally tailored multimedium curriculum. Native plant species including first foods, climate change, invasive species, and field safety.
-Complete service learning in natural areas
-After your internship, be eligible for hire by Wisdom Workforce Development, LLC, where you will receive a living wage as a member of our Native American Workforce team completing environmental restoration work
-Referrals to paid internships and other job opportunities with local environmental organizations and other community partners.
Wisdom Work Force Development is a program of the Native American 501 (c)(3) non profit, Wisdom of the Elders, Inc., Wisdom, located in Portland, Oregon. Since 1993, Wisdom has recorded, preserved, and shared oral history, cultural arts, and traditional ecological knowledge of exemplary Native elders and scientists in collaboration with diverse organizations, educational institutions, and government agencies.
Position Title: Information Technology GIS Supervisor/Coordinator
Annual Salary: $104,104.00 - $133,452.81
Location: Tacoma, WA
Agency: City of Tacoma, Information Technology Division
Job Number: 0136-19B
Application submission deadline: 10/28/2019 5:00 PM Pacific
The City of Tacoma's Information Technology Department is seeking an energetic, highly motivated, and skilled GIS Supervisor/Coordinator to oversee and direct GIS database/applications development, analysis, production of standards and procedures, maintenance, supervision of personnel, and implementation; provide advice and recommendations to management and users and provide Geographic information systems services and technical advice as needed.
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