Here is a link to the announcement: https://www.zintellect.com/Posting/Details/3103
Web GIS Fellow, Office of Sustainability & Climate | U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) | Juneau, AK
Specifically, the Fellow will:
The Fellow also will have the opportunity to interact with scientists in Forest Service research stations and managers in the National Forest System. While this is primarily a headquarters-based fellowship, opportunities to support field efforts are possible. The fellow may explore options for future graduate research and take advantage of additional training opportunities.
Strong candidates for the position will have:
Audubon is currently recruiting for the 2017 cohort of three Dangermond Fellows to support Enterprise GIS functions at Audubon.
Here is the link.
The Dangermond fellowship is a newly formed opportunity through the partnership between National Audubon Society & Esri. The Audubon Enterprise GIS team is hiring 3 Dangermond Fellows to assist in supporting Audubon’s Enterprise GIS platform. This prestigious fellowship is designed with the aim to foster the next generation of leaders in Enterprise GIS. Fellows will receive extensive and immersive training in the full ArcGIS platform at both the Esri campus in Redlands, CA and at the Audubon headquarters in New York City. The position runs from June 2017 until June 2018.
Fellows will work full time over the summer to attend trainings, the Esri User Conference, and spend time on a GIS related project at a unique Audubon field location (center or an office). In the fall and until the end of the fellowship, fellows will work part time and remotely from their college location. This is an excellent opportunity for an exceptional GIS student to gain experience in using the entire suite of ArcGIS capabilities to support within a large nonprofit conservation organization that is a leader in enterprise GIS. Fellows will be mentored by experts in the GIS platform. Students from all types of colleges and all areas of the country are invited to apply. When submitting your application please include a link to a 3-5 minute YouTube video explaining your interest in the fellowship. Applications that do not include a cover letter with a video link will not be accepted.
This position will be responsible for monitoring, investigating, testing, evaluating, and implementing GIS application development technologies for the Center for Geographic Analysis (CGA). Working closely with the professional CGA staff team and the Harvard GIS user community, the GIS Fellow will be involved in designing, developing, improving and supporting GIS software platforms for research and teaching across Harvard University.
Successful candidates will have superior technical skills, attention to detail, and the ability to function as a contributing team member. Must have strong documentation and communication skills; be able to work in a highly dynamic environment with multiple tasks; and collaborate with peers cross organizational structures.
The Center for Geographic Analysis at Harvard University provides cross-university support to research and education in the field of spatial analysis and geographic information. The Center is responsible for the development of a university-wide technology infrastructure and services to support scholarly research that would use, improve or study geospatial analysis techniques.
This is a one-year stipend position without benefit, with possibility for annual renew. Please email application statement and CV to: email@example.com. The applicant pool will remain open until the position is filled.
Smith College invites applications for a 12-month post-baccalaureate fellowship, with possibility for an additional year, in the Spatial Analysis Lab (part of the Environmental Science and Policy Program).
We seek candidates who are enthusiastic about applying map visualization, spatial analysis, and spatial data collection techniques across the curriculum.
Organization: Smith College
Title: Post-Baccalaureate Spatial Analysis Fellow
Location: Northampton, MA Application
- Provide research, technical, and administrative support for the broad range of programs and activities undertaken by the Smith College Spatial Analysis Lab (SAL).
- Support activities include: developing curricular materials for classes and workshops using GIS and GPS technology, and working with faculty and students to assist with geospatial research methods in campus scholarship.
Additional responsibilities include documenting, maintaining, and acquiring spatial data, maintaining lab equipment and associated software.
DETAILS: The position is only open to recent graduates; the Fellow must hold a B.S. or a B.A. by June 2014, and have graduated no earlier than 2012.
Please make note of the following important dates and application requirements:
Applications due: February 15, 2014
Additional information and important application details are available at our How to Apply page: http://www.science.smith.edu/sal/wordpress/how-to-apply/