The City of Shoreline is currently posting an IT System Analyst with an emphasis in maintaining our GIS infrastructure and Geodatabases. The first review completes on December 19. Please refer to the link below for details:
To maintain, administer and support major software and database systems and highly complex computer applications; provide project management, customer service and business analyst support; to plan, develop, and coordinate data processing systems to meet the needs of the organization; to diagnose system failures between hardware, systems software and application programs; to develop, implement and oversee database security; and to provide the City with a platform for data analysis and reporting. This position will have an emphasis on the support of the City's GIS infrastructure and data, and will be required to have expertise and experience with GIS-based applications and the administration of an ESRI technical platform.
On November 16, 2016, we held the 5th annual Portland GIS Day celebration. GIS day is part of Geography Awareness Week and has been celebrated in the geospatial community since 1999. This year, Portland GIS students and professionals were fully engaged with a presentation by Camille Westlake of Quantum Spatial, a speed networking challenge, and the opportunity to experience an augmented reality Topographic sand table, as well as a Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV or otherwise known as a drone). It was a great opportunity for GIS students to learn more about the field, meet local GIS professionals, and hear about work being done in the local GIS community. This event was made possible by our sponsors - Quantum Spatial, Portland Community College, URISA, ASPRS, DOGAMI, Metro, SCGIS, and OS-Geo, and is organized by Christina Friedle @ PCC & Madeline Steele @ TriMet. And thank you to Laurence Sarrazin @ Hand-Eye Supply for your help with the space.
Quantum Spatial's Corvallis, Oregon office is looking to hire a part time (~20 hr/week) temporary GIS intern to start sometime after the holidays.
The intern would work on a variety of work including creating maps from the Environmental Sensitivity Index (ESI) project we are working on for NOAA. This link has more details on the ESI program.
There is a posting on our website that outlines the specifics:
Link to job posting
Contact Tim Marcella (email@example.com) with questions or for additional information.
GIS Technician | City of Salem | Salem, OR
Closing: 12/2/2016 11:59 PM Pacific
The City of Salem is looking for a GIS Technician vacancy in the Engineering Division of the Public Works Department. This position will primarily work on collecting and maintaining utility datasets for Public Works and producing maps and reports. This position will read, interpret, and transfer data from engineering drawings into GIS and also integrate GIS data with other systems. The position will work in a team environment that supports the Public Works Department and public needs.
Examples of Work
Bachelor's degree in geography, computer technologies, engineering, GIS or a related field;
One year experience using GIS software applications; OR Any combination of experience and training that demonstrate possession of the knowledge, skill and abilities as listed, and ability to perform the examples of work.
This is a full-time, limited duration position with the Oregon Military Department's Office of Emergency Management located in Salem, Oregon.
Funding is expected through June 30, 2017. In the event funding becomes available the position may become permanent without further competition.
You are not required to be a member of the Oregon National Guard to apply for this position.
This position is represented by the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees' (AFSCME) Union.
NOTE: This recruitment announcement will be used to establish a list of qualified candidates to fill the current vacancy and may be used to fill future vacancies as they occur.
Duties & ResponsibilitiesThe 9-1-1 GIS Specialist is responsible for the collaboration with GIS stakeholders and collection, organization and conflation of GIS mapping data. This position assesses GIS Data readiness, completeness and development for Legacy and Next Generation 9-1-1; coordinates the documentation of information; and provides customer service and direction in the use of GIS standards and applications to public safety agencies and organizations both familiar and unfamiliar with the technology.
For full job description & application details:
Interdisciplinary Geologist/Geographer, GS-1350/0150-9/11
USGS Hawaiian Volcano Observatory
The USGS Volcano Science Center is hiring a Geologist/Geographer to join the Hawaiian Volcano Observatory, located in Hawaiʻi Volcanoes National Park on the Island of Hawaiʻi. This is a permanent position with full benefits to be filled at the GS-9 or GS-11 level, depending on candidate qualifications. Relocation expenses have been authorized.
We welcome applicants with strong backgrounds in GIS data management, analyses, and display, and with significant fieldwork experience in a geoscience setting. The successful candidate will play a key role in the monitoring and documentation of Kīlauea Volcano’s ongoing eruptions, as well as with future eruptions on the Island of Hawaiʻi. Please note that applicants must be U.S. citizens.
The application period is currently open and will close on Monday, November 28, 2016, at midnight Eastern Standard Time.
Some of the duties of this position include:
For details on the vacancy announcement, including specific qualification requirements and application procedures, go tohttp://www.usajobs.gov and refer to Job Announcement Number SAC-2017-0037 (https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/456203500/)
This position is also open to current and former Federal employees under Merit Promotion guidelines. To apply under Merit Promotion guidelines, go to http://www.usajobs.gov and refer to Job Announcement Number SAC-2017-0054.
The U.S. Geological Survey is an equal employment opportunity employer.
Through the GLOBE (Growing Leaders on Behalf of the Environment) internship program. The Nature Conservancy hires undergraduate students, graduate students, or recent college graduates (2015, 2016, and 2017) to fill paid internship positions during a 10-week summer internship. Our mission is to provide a unique opportunity to bridge the gap between academics and the real-world conservation work that contributes to the health and sustainability of our world. The GLOBE Program recruits individuals from a variety of backgrounds and experiences who are interested in contributing to our conservation goals in various fields. The GLOBE Program offers a structured orientation, professional training, network opportunities, mentoring program, and real work experience.
The Alaska Chapter of The Nature Conservancy makes extensive use of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) as a platform for conservation planning, communication and scientific analysis. Our GIS data library and map templates allows us to rapidly analyze important issues, and communicate findings to partners and decision-makers. To that end, we seek a GIS Analyst GLOBE Intern to help support the Alaska Chapter with GIS database and cartographic projects in Arctic and Southeast Alaska. This intern would learn all aspects of GIS database development, organization and documentation, research GIS data sources for Arctic Alaska, including digital elevation, hydrography, infrastructure, subsistence and cultural values, fish and wildlife habitat, land management and climate.
The work plan may include the following:
ADDITIONAL JOB INFORMATION
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To apply to position number 44771, submit resume (required) and cover letter separately using the upload buttons. All applications must be submitted in the system prior to 11:59 p.m. Eastern Time on January 6, 2017.
Position Name: GIS Specialist
Anticipated Start Date: Immediately
Work Location: Fort Irwin, CA
Exempt/Non-Exempt: TBD based on salary
The GIS Specialist will work on-site at the customer’s facility at Fort Irwin National Training Center, CA to perform GIS services for the natural and cultural resources management programs per Fort Irwin GIS data standards. The GIS data will include all electronic survey data either in Esri Shapefile format, Esri File Geodatabase, or in an Esri personal geodatabase.
Primary duties will focus on natural and cultural resources geospatial deliverables utilizing existing data and newly acquired Global Positioning System (GPS) field survey operations data at locations associated with natural and cultural resources survey activities.
Work will include the development of table structure, attributes and domains for the natural and cultural resources data as necessary utilizing existing Spatial Data Standards for Facilities, Infrastructure, and Environment (SDSFIE) definitions of features and predefined attribute table structures or metadata.
The GIS Specialist may assist the natural and cultural resources management programs by providing comparisons of newly collected hyperspectral data with previously collected hyperspectral imagery data for the purposes of identifying ecosystem change.
Another key component of the position involves managing several Access databases that contain records for surveys, monitoring, and artifact curation, including making changes to the databases and performing queries.
Position Screening Questions
On a scale from 1 (least) to 10 (best), how would you rate your ability to develop and work with
Lynda Arakelian, MA, PMP, LEED GA
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Vacancy announcement for Geographic Information Systems Specialist, GS-0401-09/11 position, is set to open11/10/16 and set to close 11/14/16. Vacancy announcement number is 17-5103-297857DP-GVS (DEMO). Please continue to outreach this important vacancy throughout the announcement period. Reminder, please add the vacancy announcement number(s) identified in this email to the Employment Outreach Database outreach notice. Please also provide the following information to anyone that responded to your Outreach Notice.
This position is located on the Region 5 Fire and Aviation Management (FAM) staff, duty location(s) McClellan, CA.
This position serves as a Data Services Specialist (Geographical Information Systems Specialist) for Region 5 Fire and Aviation Management (FAM) staff. The incumbent provides a range of geospatial and information technical support; supports users in the application of GIS for their needs and works with teams in implementing standards and responding to issues.
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Applicants may apply electronically through USA Jobs at www.usajobs.gov. Applicants should review the announcement carefully and ensure that their application is complete and all required documents are filed on or before the closing date of 11/14/16. You may access the vacancy announcement(s) at the following link(s):
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This full-time contract position serves as a Geographer 2 within BPA’s Geospatial Services Department (TERG). The Geospatial Services Department is responsible for providing Geospatial support in the maintenance, operation and development of new BPA 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, at the Van Mall Complex Two Park Place building location.
This position is open to Foreign National candidates
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.
Position Responsibilities include:
Note: all official drafts, documents and recommendations, as listed below, must be reviewed, finalized and approved / accepted by appropriate BPA manager / personnel with the authority to do so.
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