GIS Analyst | BERK | Seattle, WA
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We seek an individual with experience in GIS and data analysis to work on a range of engaging and community-building public policy and management consulting projects. Responsibilities may include:
• Conducting analyses that integrate geographic and spatial data with other analytic methods.
• Managing and building databases in support of projects.
• Creating maps, graphics, and interactive visualizations to communicate analyses to multiple audiences.
• Providing cartographic and information design capabilities to a variety of policy projects.
• Presenting findings internally and to clients.
REQUIRED SKILLS. At least three years of related work experience; excellent analytic, writing and communication skills; and the ability to multi-task. Ability to independently plan, organize, integrate and maintain a comprehensive GIS to meet BERK project needs. A solid understanding of GIS concepts and analytical techniques, including mapping and digital data conversion, manipulation, and analysis using ArcGIS. Ability to investigate complex policy and analytical questions using spatial analysis. The candidate must be high energy, detail-oriented, passionate about local policy issues, and prepared to be a hands-on contributor in a fast-paced environment.
DESIRED SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE. We seek multi-talented, multi-dimensional team members with additional interests and experience that could include: web mapping application development and broader data analysis and reporting skills. Prior consulting experience and graduate degree are preferred. Experience with Adobe Creative Suite software is a plus.
GIS Specialist | GISinc | Reno, NV
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An opportunity to work with one of the leading location technology consulting organizations. We are looking for team players that aren't afraid to take on new challenges and who want to collaborate with others to provide the best solutions possible for our clients. If that sounds like you, and you want to contribute to making GISinc a Great Place to Work, then keep reading to see if this role is your perfect fit!
The primary role of the GIS Specialists will be to research, identify and acquire specific data from staff within a state; to develop those data into geospatial layers which conform to defined data standards, are topologically correct and are in accordance with FGDC and BLM metadata standard, and finally, to ensure that all state level data compilations roll up to national views. Data priorities, initial mash-ups of geospatial data, methods and strategy will be provided and discussed prior to deployment via orientation. Secondary duties include performing initial Quality Control (QC) on all acquired data as well as on produced geospatial representations of that data and to report on QC issues unresolved, to document via required geospatial metadata as well as via monthly progress reports, and to perform mapping for QC and update briefing purposes.
Candidates must be eligible for federal security clearance and proof of U.S. Citizenship is required.
Ideal (in addition to required experience):
Competencies and Skills:
To apply: https://gisinc.applicantstack.com/x/openings
The Carlson Lab in the Department of Natural Resources and Environment (NREM) within the College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources (CTAHR) at the University of Hawaii at Manoa seeks applicants for a funded graduate research assistant position.
This student will research zero-deforestation commitments in the soybean sector of South America. The position is part of a Social-Environmental SYNthesis Center (SESYNC) funded project led by Kimberly Carlson (University of Hawaii) and Rachael Garrett (Boston University).The student will compile data on soy supply chains and land use change in South America, collate information on supply chain commitments by companies, and develop models to assess the impacts of zero-deforestation commitments in the soy sector using Dinamica EGO software. The student will also join virtual meetings with collaborators from around the world, and travel occasionally to Annapolis Maryland for meetings.
More information on the SESYNC project can be found here: http://www.sesync.org/project/propose-a-pursuit/supply-chain-commitments
QUALIFICATIONS: The applicant must have expertise in geo-spatial analysis and programming, experience doing independent research, excellent oral and written communication ability, good organizational skills, and strong interest in creating geospatial models. We are looking for someone who is passionate about tropical conservation and is excited to learn new modeling techniques and tools. Individuals who speak Portuguese or Spanish, have lived in South America, have worked for environmental advocacy organizations or industries related to tropical commodities, have published in peer-reviewed journals, or those with experience in Dinamica EGO or other spatial simulation software are especially well qualified for the position. Applicants must meet the minimum requirements for admittance into the NREM graduate program, and should have a bachelor's degree (if enrolling in the master's program) or a master's degree (if enrolling in the PhD program).
EXPECTATIONS: The selected individual is expected to develop and program geospatial models in Dinamica EGO in close collaboration with the PIs, write up the research results, travel to Annapolis Maryland for team meetings, present research findings at regional and international scientific meetings, seek out and apply for multiple external funding sources each year, and actively participate in lab group meetings and events.
SUPPORT: The position includes a stipend, and tuition is fully covered by the University of Hawaii.
LOCATION: The University of Hawaii at Manoa is in Honolulu, Hawaii, a vibrant community that offers incredible opportunities for outdoor activities as well as a diverse urban environment. As part of the College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources, students in NREM become immersed in the study of tropical agriculture.
APPLICATION: To apply, please send a 2-page cover letter describing how your career goals and experience/qualifications make you an ideal fit for the position. Also attach your CV, unofficial transcripts, and contact information for three references. Send to firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications received by December 31, 2016 will receive full consideration.
QUESTIONS? Feel free to contact Dr. Kimberly Carlson with questions about the position, and check out our lab web site (www.carlson-lab.org) as well as Dr. Rachael Garrett's web site (http://www.bu.edu/earth/people/faculty/rachael-garrett/).
A full description of the NREM graduate programs can be found here: http://www.ctahr.hawaii.edu/nrem/students/grad-e_komo_mai.html
Minimum education and/or experience:
Associate's Degree in Engineering or a closely related field and four (4) years of engineering drafting and/or CADD/GIS work experience. An equivalent combination of post-secondary education and/or job-related experience may substitute for the minimum qualifications on a year for year basis.
Specialized training, certifications, and/or other special requirements:
Must possess, or have the ability to obtain by the time of hire, a valid Arizona driver's license.
Knowledge, skills, and abilities:
Knowledge of the principles and techniques of general engineering and surveying. Knowledge of technical drafting principles, and engineering plans and specifications. Knowledge of nomenclature, symbols, methods, practices, and instruments used in CADD drafting and design. Knowledge of applicable design standards, rules, ordinances, codes and regulations. Knowledge of mathematics including geometry and trigonometry. Knowledge of specialized engineering software and file management procedures. Knowledge of the principles and techniques of geographic information systems. Skill in using computers and complex engineering software applications. Skill in reviewing and evaluating technical engineering data and construction documentation. Skill in interpreting technical information and producing engineering drawings. Skill in technical writing and making complex mathematical computations. Skill in establishing effective working relationships with others. Skill in assessing and prioritizing multiple tasks, projects and demands. Skill in effective communication, including presentations, customer service and public relations methods and practices. Skill in reading, understanding, manipulating, and analyzing geographic information in a variety of formats. Skill in providing technical support and training in the use of CADD and GIS systems. Skill in operating a personal computer utilizing a variety of business software.
Preferred education and/or experience:
Six (6) years of engineering drafting and/or CADD work experience.
Preferred training, certifications and/or other special requirements:
ESRI ArcMap, Bentley MicroStation and InRoads, and Digital Surface Models.
Must be able to work in a normal indoor office environment. Some work duties involve long periods of sitting, walking, driving a vehicle, bending/kneeling, and reaching. Weight required to lift, push, pull or carry is 25 pounds. Must have manual dexterity of hands for computer work, desk work, and driving motor vehicles. Must be able to work outdoors on occasion in extreme heat, cold wind or rain on field visits or survey projects. Must be able to manage frequent interruptions, time pressure, high work volumes, multiple and complicated tasks, unscheduled tasks, team oriented activities, prompt decision making and interaction with government officials and the public. Must consistently maintain concentration, accuracy, ethical behavior and a professional demeanor.
ESSENTIAL JOB TASKS:
Develops and reviews project design, requirements, plans, documents, standards, and calculations; defines issues and resolves conflicts; assures effective communications and coordination with internal and external clients. Inputs and updates ESRI GIS databases verifying spatial accuracy and correctness of the attribution in order to bring data up to database specifications. Produces horizontal and vertical alignments, profiles and cross sections of existing and design projects using Bentley InRoads software. Creation of plan and profile sheets using design alignments. Provides volume calculations and compile construction quantities. Assists in the design, planning, coordination, and inspection of components of construction, flood control, and civil engineering projects. Reviews photogrammetric mapping data to ensure the necessary mapping accuracy and specifications are maintained. Prepares exhibits, charts, maps, visual aids, and presentation material. Prepare maps and charts containing planimetric/contour data and orthophotography for use by FCD staff during public displays and project planning. Transfers information from existing documents to layout maps, interprets client source maps and field documents. Import field survey data into MicroStation/InRoads for use in the design process. Conducts engineering research by compiling and calculating field data, examines project plans for technical accuracy and compliance to design standards. Oversees complex and high profile projects and programs; investigates special requests for information, and makes recommendations on procedures and project activities. Receives objectives, requirements, and design approaches from supervisor or engineer. Prepares reports, compiles, computes, calculates, reviews, coordinates, and analyzes a variety of complex engineering data to determine requirements to meet engineering objectives. Maintains and updates computer and document files, tracking systems and databases as needed; assures the accuracy of the records and files. Maintains project files; writes technical documents and reports. Produces technically accurate drawings and plans for civil engineering projects using CADD, Inroads and ESRI GIS software. Manages projects as assigned; analyzes findings and prepares and presents reports. Coordinates the work of other technical staff and reviews work quality; provides training and guidance in technical approaches to meet project goals. Other duties as assigned.
The Maricopa County Human Resources Department reserves the right to admit to the selection process only those candidates considered to be the most highly qualified. Those selected will be assessed based on evaluation of listed education and experience. The hiring authority will interview and select the successful candidate from a list provided by Human Resources.
Typically successful candidates are hired at a salary rate, up to midpoint of the range, based on applicable experience, internal equity and budgetary allowances.
APPLICATIONS MAY ONLY BE FILED ONLINE AT:
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It is the policy of Maricopa County not to discriminate in employment or the provision of services. Maricopa County is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We provide reasonable accommodation in the application and/or testing process to eligible individuals requesting assistance under the Americans with Disabilities Act. Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities.
The 2017 GIS in Action Conference will be at Portland State University on April 17th and 18th. We are seeking presentations from students for a special session. Applications need to include the student's contact information, a title, and 250-500 word abstract. Images and tables are optional and may be included to supplement the project summary. Submittals are due by January 20th.
OR-URISA Young Professionals and ASPRS are each contributing $200 ($400 total) to reimburse student presenters for their registration. Student registration is already discounted at $90.
For more information about the student session or to submit a presentation contact Alexa Todd: email@example.com.
PSU's Geography Department will have a guest speaker giving a talk titled "Big Data meets Geo-Computation: combining research reproducibility and processing efficiency in High-performance computing"
Giuseppe Amatulli, Ph.D.
Research Scientist in GeoComputation and Spatial Science at:
Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies
Yale Center for Research Computing
Center for Science and Social Science Information
In recent years there has been an explosion of geo-datasets derived from an increasing number of remote sensors, field instruments, sensor networks, and other GPS-equipped “smart” devices. “Big Data” processing requires flexible tools that combine efficient processing, either on your local pc or on remote servers (e.g, clusters - HPCs). However, leveraging these new data streams requires new tools and increasingly complex workflows often involving multiple software and/or programming languages. This also the case for GIS and Remote Sensing analysis where statistical/mathematical algorithms are implemented in complex geospatial workflows. I will show few examples of environmental applications where I combine different open-source geo-libraries for a massive computation at Yale Center for Research Computing using High Performance Computing platform.
The seminar will be held in 409 Cramer Hall at 1:30PM on Monday Dec 19, 2016.
The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife is recruiting to fill one full time, Senior GIS Specialist (ITS 5) position located in the Wildlife Program. The duty station is at the Natural Resources Building, 1111 Washington St SE, Olympia, WA.
Please follow the link to learn more about the position and how to apply.
Development Services Technician II | Portland, OR
Posted: 14 Dec 2016 05:43 PM PST
The City of Portland, Oregon’s Bureau of Development Services is Recruiting for: Development Services Technician II
Recruitment Opens: 12/19/2016 full details and how to apply will be available at: www.portlandoregon.gov/jobs
Recruitment Closes: Applications for this position will be accepted, on-line, until 100 applications have been received, but will close no later than 4:30 pm, on Monday, January 9, 2017.
Recruitment Summary http://www.portlandoregon.gov/bds/43591
Great Benefits! Salary: $26.91 – $34.33 Hourly
Technology Section – GIS Team
The Bureau of Development Services Technology Section is currently looking to fill one (1) vacancy to join the two-person GIS team to help with data maintenance. The GIS team is responsible for working within the BDS Permit & Case Management System (TRACS), and City’s Corporate GIS database maintaining data sets and making the information available to staff and the public. Daily responsibilities may include: digitizing building footprints, assessing addresses for accuracy, or associating historic permits with current property, and interacting with internal customers to locate and clarify data. These tasks are performed in a structured web-based mapping environment. Preferred skills would include: sharp attention to detail, time management skills, communication skills and analytical thinking. This person should have a basic understanding of GIS. Experience with ESRI ArcGIS Desktop suite is also preferred, but not required.
As a Physical Scientist, some of the specific duties will include:
Please see the following for more information and to apply:
Graduate Survey Program-Civil Engineering Specialist 1
ODOT Region 2 & Technical Services Geomeotronics Units
(Other related openings:
Civil Engineering Specialist - Graduate Survey Program in White City, OR
Civil Engineering Specialist 2 (Survey Analyst) in Bend, OR)
OPENING DATE/TIME: 10/14/16 12:00 AM
CLOSING DATE/TIME: 12/30/16 11:59 PM
SALARY: $45,636.00 - $67,416.00 Annually
ODOT's Graduate Survey Program is designed for recent survey graduates to transition from student to full-time land surveyors. For up to 24 months, GSP participants are provided rotational assignments throughout ODOT surveying disciplines. Participants are recognized as full-time employees, receiving a salary, a full benefits package, and mentorship from a registered Professional Land Surveyor (PLS). This can provide up to two years qualifying time toward obtaining PLS licensure.
Ideal GSP candidates will have recently passed (or be prepared to take and pass) the Land Surveyor Intern (LSI). Program training is provided through rotational assignments in the office and in the field in areas such as Right of Way Engineering, Construction Surveying, Geodetic Surveying, Mobile Mapping (LiDAR), and Project Development Surveying for a maximum of two years. The program is open to all qualified applicants including current, qualified ODOT employees.
General timeline for GSP application process:
Duties & Responsibilities
A bachelor's degree in survey/geomatics, geography/GIS, civil engineering or transportation-related engineering;