Survey Intern – Engineering Specialist 1
Region 3 Highway Division
White City, OR
$16.38 - $18.06 hr
Are you studying geomatics or land surveying and interested in public service? If so, ODOT wants you! Come join our team as a survey intern in White City through our popular College Internship Program. In this role you will keep project records, perform engineering calculations, assist the survey crew chief, and gain valuable experience to help you achieve a career in land surveying.
The College Internship Program is designed to allow students matriculating through an accredited post-secondary program the opportunity to gain practical experience. We are accepting applications from students in accredited undergraduate degree programs who will have completed their freshman year as of June 2018.
We invite members of all diverse communities to join our workforce as we endeavor to best serve Oregonians from every background. ODOT values diversity and inclusion because they are good for Oregon. We believe that by welcoming differences, encouraging new ideas and views, listening to and learning from each other, and providing opportunities for professional enrichment we are better able to serve those around us. We thank you for considering this employment opportunity.
DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:
QUALIFICATIONS, REQUIRED & REQUESTED SKILLS:
Must be an undergraduate college student studying geomatics or land surveying whose freshman year will be completed by June 2018.
"The City of Florence is accepting applications for a full-time GIS Analyst I. Salary: $19.62 - $27.11/hr., includes a generous benefits package. Position Closes: March 2 at 4 pm.
To Apply: Visit www.ci.florence.or.us/jobs for a complete job description and application. Resume, application, and cover letter may be mailed or hand delivered to Human Resources, City of Florence, 2675 Kingwood St, Florence, OR 97439; or emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Questions may be directed to (541) 997-3437. The City of Florence is an equal opportunity employer and service provider."
Benton County is actively looking for a motivated and hard-working GIS Specialist to join our team! We are on the hunt for someone who wishes to work in a family type organization. Is this YOU?? Apply TODAY!!
Our County Perfectly placed in the Willamette Valley, 90 miles south of Portland and 40 miles north of Eugene, Benton County has easy access to urban areas with ample opportunities for cultural activities. Combined with outdoor recreation galore in the Cascade Range 80 miles to the east and the Coastal Range and Pacific Ocean 50 miles west, the county's 90,000 residents like to say they "have it all." Whether going out for a day of fishing, hiking trails in our natural areas, planning a family outing to the Corvallis Knights baseball game or shopping at locally-owned businesses in downtown Corvallis -- Benton County has something for everyone.
This position is responsible to design, create, and maintain county databases on Surveys, Addresses, Zoning, Roads, Fire Districts, County facilities and utilities, etc., using ArcGIS and databases. The GIS Specialist will also analyze data, make engineering drawings using AutoCAD, as well as create, revise, and maintain county maps (using ArcGIS and CAD). This position requires working with many departments around the County as well as the public and other municipalities.
MFA: Database Management
MFA: Computer Aided Drafting
MFA: Customer Service
MFA: Data Analysis
Responsible for providing corporate-wide server and end-user PC support for a variety of computer equipment, software and operating systems and assorted peripherals. Maintains corporate networking including Windows and other servers, wired and wireless networks. Implements scripts and other programming to automate end user needs and system tasks. Helps evaluate new technologies. Collects and maintains GIS/GPS data from both internal and external sources. Provides assistance, as needed, to the Director of IT in the performance of his/her duties and responsibilities.
How to apply
A complete job description and employment application can be found at www.dec.coop Completed applications can be submitted via email to email@example.com or mailed to Douglas Electric Cooperative, P.O. Box 1327, Roseburg, OR 97470
Performs advanced work in city planning, including current and long range planning, developing land use ordinances and comprehensive plans, review of development proposals, and implementation of land use and related policies and regulations.
Works under the general supervision of the Community Development Director and may receive direction from the Senior Planner.
May provide direction to Assistant Planner and Planning Interns.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
ODFW has an exciting internship opportunity for students (including graduate students and recently graduated students with internship requirements) in the summer of 2018. This internship requires some experience with GIS; and will focus on using ODFW wildlife data to create visual presentations of ongoing ODFW research into wildlife migrations and movement across the landscape. Presentation formats could include GIS data animations, videos, Esri Story Maps, and more. Additional details on requirements and how to apply are provided in the following link.
Job opportunity with the State of Oregon:
Boating Facility Planning and Mapping Coordinator (Operations and Policy Analyst 1)
Do you have training or experience working with Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and Microsoft Access databases? Are you a positive, energetic, upbeat person? Do you have a willingness to learn new things? If you answered yes, please apply now for this opportunity to join the Oregon State Marine Board!
The Marine Board is dedicated to making the state's waterways safe and enjoyable for a wide range of recreationists and it's our mission to serve Oregon's recreational boating public through education, enforcement, access, and environmental stewardship for a safe and enjoyable experience.
We do not own or operate any boating access facilities.
We are funded by registration fees and marine fuel taxes paid by motorized boaters. No general fund tax dollars are used to support the agency or its programs. Boater-paid fees go back to boaters in the form of marine law enforcement services, boating safety education, environmental programs, and boating access facilities.
What you will do!
You will provide research and analytical support for the Boating Facilities program by reading planning and technical documents, drafting comments regarding the potential effect to recreational boating and waterways. You will be using GIS to process a variety of geospatial data, create data, custom maps, shape files related to boating and updating program datasets.
For a complete listing of the duties and responsibilities for these positions please review the position description by clicking here (Download PDF reader).
What's in it for you!
Be part of a small positive collaborative work unit where the focus is on recreational boating access. You will learn where all the waterbodies are in Oregon and how boaters recreate.
We offer full medical, vision and dental benefits with paid sick leave, vacation, personal leave and 10 paid holidays a year.
The* Institute for Applied Ecology* (http://appliedeco.org/) is now
accepting applications for a variety of temporary/seasonal positions!
Information regarding these positions and how to apply can be found at
Conservation Research Internships
Conservation Research and Botany Field Crew Leader
Seasonal Field Botany Technician (Rare Plant Monitoring; Lakeview, OR)
Golden Paintbrush Recovery Internships
Golden Paintbrush Field Crew Leader
Botany Field Internships (Rare Plant Monitoring)
Botany Field Crew Leader (Rare Plant Monitoring)
Streaked Horned Lark Technician
All positions are based in Corvallis, OR (housing not provided) with the
exception of the “Seasonal Field Botany Technician (Rare Plant Monitoring;
Lakeview, OR)” positions, which are based in Lakeview, OR. For these
positions only, housing in federal bunkhouses in Lakeview, OR is provided.
TO APPLY: Applications should be compiled into a single PDF document and
emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org [*deadlines differ for each position*]. In
the subject line, please write the position title for which you are
Please direct all inquiries to email@example.com. Thank you!
CTSI JOB VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT
Opening Date: January 5, 2018
Closing Date: January 22, 2018
Job Title: Planner/GIS
Tribal Level 20
Location: Siletz, OR
Classification: Full Time, Non-Exempt
Job Posting Number: 201806
This position is responsible for the development operation and maintenance of an existing Windows PC-based Geographic Information System, which provides support for the entire Tribal administrative structure, including planning, land use natural resources and many other departments. Employee is required to gather data from a variety of sources, including raw data collection using Global Positioning Systems in varied, terrain.
Bachelor of Science degree in Geography, Cartography, Land Use Planning, Natural Resources or Earth Sciences and one year experience in GIS activities related to natural resource management, remote sensing, or land use planning, - OR - an equivalent combination of education and/or experience.
The principles, practices and techniques of GIS and computer aided mapping in order to independently perform the intricate data gathering, input, retrieval, manipulation, and presentation duties of the position. GIS concepts and fundamentals, including the ability to develop, organizes, document, maintain, store, retrieve and manipulate GIS digital data to meet the needs of various Tribal programs. Must have the ability to develop high quality finished maps suitable for public display and use in publications and other printed materials.
The use of GPS receivers and differential correction of data in order to collect raw field data and input it into the GIS system. The willingness to occasionally work on vegetated slopes to collect the necessary raw field data (less than 5% of the incumbent's time). Proficiency in the use of the following PC-based computer software: ArcGIS, ArcView and /or PC ArcInfo. Proficiency in the use of the Internet to download data and integrate into the Tribe's GIS system. Proficiency in determining compatibility of files with Tribe's software, including the ability to convert data to compatible formats. Proficiency in the use of GIS computer hardware, including plotters, printers, digitizing boards, scanners, etc.
Communicate and work effectively with fellow staff in determining their mapping needs and in setting priorities. Prioritize and handle multiple tasks and projects for multiple staff members. Other: Familiarity with the use of aerial photos and with property legal description and surveying terminology and methods in order to provide the necessary product outputs. Must be a well-organized self-starter. Must possess a valid Oregon State driver's license, insurance and be eligible to drive a GSA vehicle.
Has primary responsibility for the development and maintenance of the Tribal GIS system. Provides mapping and GIS support to all Tribal programs, including Planning, Natural Resources and other programs. Gathers and maintains information on all Tribal land holdings, including tax lot maps, aerial photos, legal descriptions, property boundary surveys, acreage, historic and present uses, significant natural and man-made features, etc. Maintains all information in a comprehensive database. Develops appropriate base layers as needed. Develops and maintains metadata files and data indexes and dictionaries for all GIS databases. Obtains digitized map data from various government and private entities covering areas of interest to the Tribe. Digitizes data from other sources, including maps and aerial photos. Collects raw field data for input into GIS system using GPS receivers. Applies differential correction to data as necessary. Field data collection may occasionally involve working on brush-covered land and sloped timberland (i.e., mapping planned timber sales). Performs regular, periodic file maintenance and data backup. Performs other related duties as assigned by the Tribal Planner.
All new employees will serve a six-month probationary period to enable the General Manger to determine their suitability as a tribal employee. After the six-month probation the employee will be evaluated of his/her performance and at that time it will be decided if the employee is entitled to a regular employee status.
HOW TO APPLY:
All applicants must submit a Tribal "Application for Employment Form".
Applications must be received by the closing date of this announcement to receive consideration.
TO RECEIVE CREDIT FOR TRAINING OR EDUCATION, DOCUMENTATION MUST BE PROVIDED.
If applying for more than one position, separate applications will be required for each position.
The high school diploma/GED requirement will be waived for Tribal Elders
SEND APPLICATIONS TO: Confederated Tribes of Siletz Indians
Attn: Human Resources Department
P.O. Box 549
Siletz, OR 97380
Fax number 541-444-8375 or 1-800-922-1399 ext. 1375
Human Resources 1-800-922-1399 ext. 1274
Conditions of Employment:
The selectee will be required to submit to a urinalysis to screen for illegal drug use before employment.
May need to provide DMV Driver Record and proof of Automobile insurance.
The Tribe's Indian Preference Policy will apply. Tribal government will not discriminate in selection because of race, creed, age, sex, color, national origin, physical handicap, marital status, politics, membership, and non-membership in an employee organization.
Fish and Wildlife Technician (Wildlife Habitat Technician) with GIS preferred in Corvallis, OR (closes on 12/29)Read Now
This position is with the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife located in Corvallis. This is a full time, Seasonal position from January 15, 2018 through June 30, 2018. Closing this Friday, 12/29/2017
Duties & Responsibilities
The Wildlife Habitat Technician will assist in the management of the Willamette Wildlife Mitigation Program, the goals of which are to protect and manage lands, wildlife and public use to provide mitigation for habitat impacted by the federal hydropower system, as outlined in the Willamette Wildlife Settlement. These positions will assist in the direct day to day operations including maintenance of land facilities, equipment, farming activities, habitat development, and programs to facilitate public use on these properties. The major roles and responsibilities of these positions are to:
• Conduct habitat management activities including mowing, disking, spraying, planting, and burning.
• Control vegetation by using rotary mowers and applying herbicides using power and hand sprayers.
• Participate in habitat development and wildlife status trends by conducting surveys and implementing habitat development plans.
• Required to maintain current Apprentice Public Pesticide Applicator's License (PPAL).
• Operate tractors, skid steer, or other equipment up to 100 horse power and farming implements, such as plows, disc, harrows, seed drills and mowers.
• Assist biologists, other staff, and volunteers in monitoring and protecting conservation easements throughout the South Willamette Watershed District (SWWD). Insure that areas are adequately posted with signs. Pick up litter. Maintain and construct roads, fences, gates and nest structures.
• Investigate practices that do not comply with conservation easements and plans for individual land parcels – report concerns and help plan response.
• Assist with plant and animal census and monitoring activities.
• Assist biologist with review of project acquisition proposals, provides information on location, habitat condition, wildlife population trends, and other criteria factors and to evaluate submissions.
• Assist project proponents with reporting and permitting requirements for land management activities.
• Assist conservation managers with habitat management expertise and assistance throughout the SWWD.
• Summarize monitoring information and draft reports.
• Complete monthly reports and other special reports as needed.
• Assist in completing annual reports and federal work plans.
• Furnish a Weekly Report of Operations for supervisor in a punctual manner.
• Communicate effectively with members of the public and representatives of other agencies and conservation groups.
Qualifications, Required & Requested Skills
• An Associate's degree in Wildlife Technology or Agriculture; OR
• Eighteen months of experience in the care of livestock, agricultural research and experimentation, monitoring game or wildlife, or farming. (six months of fisheries, fish culture, fish screens, or related habitat work experience will count toward this experience).
• A higher level degree in Wildlife Science, Agriculture, or a closely-related degree with at least 45 quarter (30 semester) hours of biological/ecological coursework will substitute for the Associate's degree.
Preference will be given to applicants with experience:
• Geographic Information Systems (GIS, specifically ArcMap)
• Making visual observations of species or habitat
• Operating heavy equipment (e.g., tractors or other farm equipment)
• Operating electronic or mechanical equipment
• Using hand tools
• Using power tools
• Collecting and recording data
• Making oral and written reports