Lane Council of Governments (LCOG) is seeking to fill the following full-time permanent status position: Regional Site Address and MSAG Coordinator
Location: LCOG’s downtown office in Eugene, Oregon
Interested parties should submit an updated LCOG application, cover letter, and resume (optional) to the attention of Human Resources Manager, Lane Council of Governments, 859 Willamette Street, Suite 500, Eugene OR, 97401. This is an Employees Association position.
The position provides effective multi-jurisdictional coordination of site addressing activities; maintains and troubleshoots the Lane County regional site address database and Master Street Address Guide (MSAG) file; works in concert with local addressing authorities to improve the quality of regional site addresses and associated information; provides central support to a wide range of local jurisdictions, public safety agencies, state and federal offices, as well as critical systems including Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) and the Regional Land Information Database (RLID); and supports regional preparations for NextGen 911.
Applications and full job posting available on LCOG’s website at http://www.lcog.org/careers.cfm.
Position is Open Until Filled. The first review of received applications is January 15, 2014.
The Spatial Analyst will work on projects that contribute to wildlife conservation in our priority regions in Alaska. This position will provide an outstanding opportunity to learn more about Alaska conservation issues which are of national and international significance. The analyst will apply advanced skills in data management, landscape analysis, map design, and/or scientific writing depending on the project and her/his interests. S/he will assist with our programs by designing and carrying out spatial analyses and conservation planning.
This is a temporary position and is funded for 4-5 months beginning in early February (approximately). Up to $1000 will be available for relocation costs.
For full job description and application details: https://careers-audubon.icims.com/jobs/1942/spatial-analyst/job?mobile=false&width=900&height=500&bga=true&needsRedirect=false
The OAS Geography Section is inviting abstracts for oral presentations and posters for the upcoming Annual Meeting. The Meeting will be hosted at the University of Oregon in Eugene on Saturday, February 22, 2014. This is an excellent opportunity to share your current work and meet with regional scientists and educators in the field.
Typically, there are 11-15 papers and 30-35 people attending the Geography Section. The session begins about 8:00 AM and may end at lunch, or run after lunch for an hour or so, depending on the number of papers.
Here is a flyer with the information on both types of presentation and how to submit an Abstract. The deadline for submissions is January 24, 2014. Registration for the event is open now. Early registration ends January 24, after which the fee increases.
Please contact either co-chair with questions. The OAS Meeting website is:
http://www.oas.pdx.edu/meeting/ where you will find Registration forms, Abstract forms and instructions, and directions to the meeting site.
Questions? Contact one of the co-chairs:
Jackie Olson ( firstname.lastname@example.org )
Joe Poracsky ( email@example.com )
JOB CODE: ODOT13-0092oc
OPENING DATE/TIME:12/17/13 12:00 AM
SALARY:$4,125.00 - $5,958.00 Monthly
For full job description and application requirements: http://agency.governmentjobs.com/oregon/job_bulletin.cfm?JobID=779399
Lower Columbia Estuary Partnership, Portland, Oregon
Closes: Tuesday January 21, 2014
Salary Range: $44,000 - $62,000 / year (Full Time Equivalent)
Job Type: Permanent – ½ time (20 hours/week)
The Lower Columbia Estuary Partnership seeks a permanent, half-time Research Scientist to work as part of the Partnership's Science Team. The Research Scientist will coordinate the Estuary Partnership'ss Ecosystem Monitoring Program and provide collaboration and assistance to the Action Effectiveness Monitoring Program.
Work entails managing subcontracts; working with subcontractors; designing monitoring and research projects; assisting with data collection, analysis, and reporting; and developing data collection protocols. The successful candidate will thrive in a team environment, have strong communication skills, be comfortable with a diverse project portfolio, and have a broad background based in natural resources. Knowledge of lower Columbia River issues is a plus.
Complete job description and on line application available at: www.estuarypartnership.org
Perseverant Systems is an IT services company based in the Boston area. They work on GIS projects all over the nation. Customers range from Startups to Fortune 50 companies. They work on most prevalent technologies and platforms. GIS clients tend to be State or Federal government agencies. They are currently looking to bring on a GIS developer for a Federal Agency client. Position is to be based in Portland, OR. If you are interested please email Jay Raghavan, via email: Jay_Raghavan@per-syst.com
*** US Citizens Only – Must be eligible to go through a security background check ***
Geographic Information Systems Coordinator
Columbia Land Trust is actively seeking a part-time GIS technician. The successful candidate will be responsible for providing GIS technical support and GIS task management for conservation, stewardship and planning projects. Primary duties include assisting with day-to-day GIS project tasks for the organization projects, including GIS data management, collecting, analyzing, and mapping geographic data, and creating cartographic products for display and reports.
Responsibilities of this position include the following:
Preference may be given to candidates who meet the above requirements and have the following:
Application Deadline: Dec 31.
To apply, send your cover letter (indicating salary history and requirements) along with a resume to firstname.lastname@example.org for consideration.
Let's test the heat lamps at Produce Row..
This month we will gather Wednesday, December 11th
Produce Row Cafe
204 SE Oak St
We had a few new and many returning faces show up at last month at the Horse Brass.
Hope to see many of you this Wednesday, around 5:30 or so.
Job Title. GIS Technician
Department. Geographic Information Systems
Location. Portland, OR
Type. Part-Time Regular
Recruitment Status. Accepting Applications
Our PORTLAND office is looking for an on-call GIS Technician responsible for GIS mapping, data creation and analysis services for a variety of complex environmental, transportation and water projects.
Work responsibilities will include: acquisition and consolidation of geospatial data files, organization and maintenance of data catalogs, creation and attribution of GIS data, generation of production quality figures, and development and documentation of data analyses. Candidates must be proficient in ESRI’s ArcGIS suite of mapping software, and those with professional GIS experience are preferred. Candidates must understand principles, practices, and techniques of GIS data development, management, and analysis. We are seeking candidates who are flexible and willing to work a varied schedule depending on project needs.
The ideal candidate will be self-motivated, able to work independently on multiple tasks, and possess effective communication skills. Attention to detail and the ability to provide high-quality products in a fast-paced service and quality oriented environment are essential.
For full job description and application details, click here. www.parametrix.com
Job Code: 6081-01
Job Title: GIS/Cartographer
Closing Date/Time: Fri. 12/20/13 11:59 PM Pacific Time
Salary: $19.78 - $24.33 Hourly
$1,720.86 - $2,116.71 Semi-Monthly
$3,441.72 - $4,233.42 Monthly
$41,300.64 - $50,801.04 Annually
Job Type: Full-Time Limited Duration
Location: Southeast Portland, Oregon