Limited duration part-time position
20 hours per week or less
Not to exceed one year
Salary Range: $10.75/per hour
Two positions available – One for Engineering and One for GIS
Open until Filled
This position performs a variety of internship level technical work in support of engineering, environmental, development and GIS functions for Public Works engineering programs. Work involves practical application of basic engineering principals and knowledge. Specific tasks may include: Performing engineering, drafting, designing, field and office assignments; collecting engineering and surveying data and records for GIS traffic, sidewalks, water meters and easement information inventories; assisting in managing Geographic Information System database;
supporting engineering staff in areas such as plan review, project inspection, stream monitoring, project research, bid management, and document review for bid specifications and standard drawing revisions.
This internship program is a form of experiential learning that integrates knowledge and theory learned in the classroom with practical application and skills development in a professional setting. Internships give students the opportunity to gain valuable applied experience and make connections in professional fields they are considering for career paths. This internship program is not coordinated in conjunction with any specific educational facility. Coordination with college internship programs will be discussed on a case-by-case basis. Each intern will receive the following from this program:
Internship Learning Contract with targeted goals
Mentorship from senior engineering staff
Project experience in day-to-day operations of a Municipal Engineering Department
Evaluation at the end of the internship
Employment experience to note on future resume
Any equivalent combination of education and experience which provides the applicant with the knowledge, skills, and abilities required to perform the job. A typical way to obtain the knowledge and abilities would be graduation from high school or GED and currently pursuing a college education preferably at junior or senior level with varied technical engineering related studies and/or work experiences.
Application forms are required and must be received by Human Resources Department for consideration. Formal application rating on education, training and experience; oral interview and reference check will be required. A successful criminal background check will be required as a condition of employment.
City of Newberg - Human Resources Department
Online Application at: https://www.newbergoregon.gov/jobs
Mail: P.O. Box 970 414 E. First Street
Newberg, OR 97132
The City of Newberg is an Equal Opportunity /Affirmative Action Employer and a Drug & Violence Free Workplace. Veterans are encouraged to apply. This employment opportunity is open to all persons without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, age, sex, marital status, political affiliation, veterans’ status, physical or mental disability, sexual orientation, gender identity or any other status protected by federal, state or local laws.
Assistant Planner/GIS Technician
Date Posted: 01/30/2019
Employer: Urban Collaborative
Employer Website: http://www.urbancollaborative.com/
Start Date: 02/18/2019
Compensation Range: DOE
Employer Address: 800 Willamette St. Suite 790
Eugene, OR 97401
The Urban Collaborative seeks an Assistant Planner/GIS Technician for their Eugene, Oregon office. The Assistant Planner/GIS Technician will assist in organizing, interpreting, mapping, and visualizing demographic and geographic data for a wide variety of international, regional, and local planning projects and data requests. The ideal candidate will be familiar with ESRI ArcGIS software and will have strong technical analysis and graphic presentation skills. The candidate will have the opportunity to participate in a wide variety of regional and local planning projects, including regional and local land use planning, rezoning efforts, open space and recreation plans, and transit-oriented development in diverse communities across the United States and internationally. Travel is required for this position.
This is a unique opportunity to work as part of a dynamic, collaborative, and interdisciplinary team focused on helping our clients achieve their sustainability goals through engaging, educational, and efficient participatory processes tailored to each project’s scale, context, and culture. To learn more about The Urban Collaborative, visit www.urbancollaborative.com. Compensation for this position depends on experience.
Examples of Duties
• Creating custom maps using ArcMap
• Basic spatial analysis
• Digitizing and editing spatial data
• Organization and interpretation of demographic and land use data
• Perform other planning duties as necessary
The following are required qualifications for the position:
• One-year training and experience using ArcGIS
• Proficiency with ESRI ArcGIS software
• Strong data management and organizational skills, with a personal commitment to the quality of the product(s)
• Ability to communicate effectively with internal staff and agency partners
• Basic familiarity with design software such as Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, or InDesign
• Basic familiarity with AutoCAD
The following are preferred qualifications for the position:
• Experience with data management best practices
• Familiarity with cartographic principles and technical methods, including labeling
• Familiarity with topics and principles related to smart growth, regional planning, sustainable development, and social equity
• Experience working with diverse data sets from federal, state, and local agencies
• Demonstrated innovative, strategic and analytical capabilities, self-motivation, and goal-oriented approach
How to Apply
Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis starting February 1, 2019.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to apply.
Henkels & McCoy, Inc., (H&M) one of the largest privately held utility contracting firms in North America, with over 4500 employees in 80 cities and over 90 years of a proven reputation as one of the most reliable, innovative and diversified firms in the engineering and construction industry, is currently seeking a GIS Manager for its Telecom program in Clackamas, Oregon.
The GIS Manager is responsible for the oversight, administration, scheduling, approvals, and reporting of the subcontracted professional services firm(s). Responsibilities include coordination with the materials management team and construction management team to ensure documentation is complete and accurate.
MAJOR JOB ELEMENTS
DISCLAIMER: This is not necessarily an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, skills, efforts, requirements or working conditions associated with the job. While this is intended to be an accurate reflection of the current job requirements, management reserves the right to revise the job or to require that other or different tasks be performed as assigned. Please read the following requirements for background investigation prior to considering employment at Henkels & McCoy.
Henkels & McCoy, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer of Minorities, Females, Protected Veterans, and Individual with Disabilities.
Classification/Salary Range: Assistant / $21.50 - $29.31 per hour
Division/Work Group: Government Services / GIS
Reports To: GIS Program Manager
FLSA Status: Non-Exempt, Overtime-eligible
Representation: Employees Association (EA)
Position Location: Park Place Building, 859 Willamette Street, Eugene, OR, or other locations as needed
Deadline: Open Until Filled, with the first review to be done of applications received by Friday, January 18, 2019 at 4:00pm.
Deschutes County is accepting applications for a GIS Analyst. This position is responsible for providing professional-level GIS support. The incumbent should possess an in-depth understanding of GIS data and theory, and the methods of operating a GIS to develop and analyze data that can be used to support decision making. Duties include defining GIS needs and creating a variety of paper or digital cartographic products, data, or other outputs; performing complex spatial analysis and database queries; designing, creating, and maintain geo databases; developing and maintaining data layers and spatial data structures using GIS tools and relational databases; converting data into alternative formats; writing and maintaining models or scripts in order to automate processes or build reproducible analysis tools; determining end user GIS requirements and create solutions from desktop and/or online GIS resources, tools, and templates; providing first-level GIS related technical support and assistance to staff; analyzing problems and implementing solutions according to Information Technology Department existing procedures; responding to help desk tickets and calls for assistance; and documenting call records and results.
*This posting is not meant to be an all-inclusive list of duties and responsibilities, but rather constitutes a general definition of the position's scope and function.
Notification to all candidates will be sent via email only. Please check your email for recruitment information, and your Governmentjobs.com account for application status.
Additional information regarding the position may be found online by going to the Deschutes County Human Resources website.
This position is under review. Changes to job duties and requirements may occur.
Compensation$4,191.15 to $5,616.54 per month for a 172.67 hour work month. Salary normally starts at the first step. Excellent County benefit package when eligible. This union represented position is available immediately.
Minimum QualificationsAssociate's Degree in Engineering, Computer Science, or a closely related field; AND two years of experience providing technical support for computers; OR any equivalent combination of training, education, and experience that provides the required skills and knowledge to perform the job.
Must have knowledge of:
Necessary Special Requirements
Possession of or ability to obtain a valid Oregon driver's license within 30 days of hire date. The employment offer will be contingent upon presentation of an acceptable and verifiable driver's license, pre-employment screening for criminal history, driving history, and controlled substances (NOTE: Positive test results for marijuana use may result in rescission of a contingent offer of employment). This screening must be completed with satisfactory findings in order for a formal offer of employment to be extended.
Must have the ability to work in an office that is environmentally controlled; possess sufficient hand coordination to perform keyboarding and data entry at an advanced level; arm/hand movements to retrieve work materials and operate a variety of general office equipment; visual acuity to read small type; and the ambulatory ability to attend meetings in other offices or conference rooms. The position is frequently required to sit, walk, stoop, bend, kneel, reach, stand, grasp, talk, hear, see, and lift up to 10 pounds.
HotApps is back! February 8, 2019
REGISTER NOW AND CALL FOR PRESENTATIONS
What: 1-day Technical Symposium
When: Friday, February 8, 2019, 9:00am - 3:30pm
Where: McMenamins Old St. Francis School Hotel, Bend, OR
Who: Everyone interested in mapping and geospatial technologies
HotApps is a 1-day showcase of new and emerging geo-enabled tools, apps, and hacks. Organized by ORURISA, this year’s event will take place on Friday, February 8 in Bend. Talented students and professionals from around the region will show what they’ve built and where they are taking their current projects, with the goal of coming together to learn from each other and push the envelope even farther.
Register online today to secure your attendance
Online registration is now available. The Standard registration fee is $25. A discounted registration for currently-enrolled students is available for $10. Coffee and lunch will be provided.
Lodging at McMenamin’s Old St. Francis School Hotel is subject to availability.
Build our community and share your work
Fill out this short form to submit a proposal for a presentation and share your insight into what’s happening in the world of Geo. Presentations should:
Priority deadline for proposals is Friday, January 11th.
Final deadline for proposals is Friday, January 18th.
Questions regarding the event can be sent to email@example.com.
South Slough Reserve is hiring a four month, half-time GIS position (position description attached) to start immediately. The South Slough Reserve is located on the southwestern Oregon coast in Charleston. The individual selected will work in the science division at the Reserve. They will be primarily focused on a land use project, working alongside local government partners to update spatial data into their estuary management plan. The GIS technician will also support South Slough Reserve’s GIS needs including helping to cross-walk Reserve habitat maps into the Oregon habitat mapping classification system. To apply, please send a resume and a one-page letter of interest to (firstname.lastname@example.org).
STATE OF OREGON
invites applications for the position of:
Natural Resource Specialist 1 (Marine Reserves Research Assistant)
JOB CODE: ODFW18-0132
OPENING DATE/TIME: 12/07/18 12:00 AM
CLOSING DATE/TIME: 01/08/19 11:59 PM
SALARY: $3,187.00 - $4,629.00 Monthly
JOB TYPE: Permanent
LOCATION: Newport, Oregon
AGENCY: Fish & Wildlife-Fish Division
DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:
Unique opportunity to work at the beautiful Oregon coast and be an important contributor to a team of marine reserves science professionals!
Participate as a member of ODFW's marine reserves program, a six person interdisciplinary team responsible for leading the management and scientific monitoring of Oregon's five marine reserve sites. Ecological monitoring is one of the key mandates set by the State Legislature for Oregon's marine reserves. The Governor's Office, Oregon Legislature, and constituents have significant expectations about the successful implementation of this work. This is a complex, multidisciplinary research effort with numerous monitoring and research projects conducted simultaneously designed to meet the state's goals, objectives, and policy mandates for marine reserves. Assist with sample design and planning, leading collection of data at-sea, data entry, data analysis, data management, oral presentations, report writing, and outreach. Major duties and responsibilities are to:
• Assist with assembling, organizing, checking, maintaining, and loading field equipment before and after at-sea fieldwork.
• Lead field technicians and/or volunteers in the field.
• Assist Research Project Leader with sampling design and planning.
• Conduct review of video footage (requires specialized knowledge of fish identification), data entry into a Microsoft Access relational database and or Excel spreadsheets, and data quality control.
• Perform data analyses including the application and analysis of statistical tests (ANOVA, regression, logistic regression, nonparametric tests, etc.).
• Produce summary tables and graphics using spreadsheet, database, GIS, and graphing software.
• Construct basic data summaries using Microsoft Excel, JMP, and Microsoft Access.
• Organize video data library, including video tape archiving onto digital media. Participate in the design and management of databases.
• Draft and provide preliminary reviews for technical and non-technical reports. Audiences may include scientists, stakeholders, general public, and decision makers. Papers for peer-reviewed publication are encouraged.
• Present ecological monitoring information to local community groups, school groups, various associations, and the general public. Present at professional meetings and conferences.
• Provide information and materials to be used in marine reserves and marine science outreach.
• Participate in logistically and operationally complex at-sea fieldwork, as part of a 3-4 person science team. Fieldwork will include conducting visual surveys (e.g., ROV, video lander and video sled surveys), extractive surveys (e.g., hook-and-line), and oceanographic surveys (e.g., CTDs). Tasks will include deploying and retrieving equipment, overseeing back-deck shipboard operations (e.g., providing direction and instructions to vessel captain and crew), and recording field data.
QUALIFICATIONS, REQUIRED & REQUESTED SKILLS:
• A Bachelor's degree in Fisheries or Wildlife Science, Marine Science, Oceanography, Natural Resource Management or Policy, or a closely-related Bachelor's degree with at least 45 quarter (30 semester) hours of biological/ecological coursework; OR
• Three years of biological experience performing studies, research, or resource management activities in a fish or wildlife program.
Preference will be given to applicants with experience in the following areas:
• Conducting marine scientific research and/or monitoring, with preference given for experience with Pacific Northwest marine species
• Conducting field work at-sea (open ocean)
• Working at-sea, aboard fishing or research vessels
• Leading field crews in at-sea field work, with preference given for experience working with volunteers in the field
• Conducting multivariate statistical
• Conducting geospatial analyses using ArcGIS
Physical Demands/Work Environment: Field work is performed outdoors in conditions that include steep and rough terrain, dense vegetation, heavy rains, and insects; to include wet, muddy, uneven or rocky surfaces. Positions require physical exertions, such as, hiking, crouching, and stooping, reaching, or similar activities and may require primitive camping and living skills for up to two weeks at a time. Individuals should be able to work alone or with other people, during day/night hours.
Responsibilities: 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.