The GIS Program Manager is responsible for maintaining and developing Geographic Information System (GIS) initiatives that support current Tribal departments and meet the future GIS needs of the Tribe. The position will manage supporting GIS staff and delegate the GIS needs of other Tribal departments to the GIS staff. They will ensure the most current and accurate GIS data is being used for analysis, planning, and mapping. This position will create systems for uniformly collecting and housing field data.
The Cow Creek Band of Umpqua Tribe of Indians is looking to hire a GIS technician who will also be in charge of the majority of the drone flights. This is a technician position, although there is a lot of room to grow.
Reporting to the GIS Program Manager, the GIS Technician will support the ongoing maintenance and dissemination of data and applications in the GIS environment. Reporting to the Program Manager, the GIS
Technician will work with various Tribal departments and programs to ensure that their needs for GIS Information are met on a day-to-day basis. They will create, edit, and maintain geographical data as well as create paper and web maps. The technician will also operate a Tribal unmanned aerial vehicle and assist in image processing.
ArcGIS Online (AGOL).
Maps, and Experiences.
Job Type: Full-time
Pay: $17.64 - $22.04 per hour
The Sinclair College National UAS Training and Certification Center is pleased to announce the launch of the Autonomy Bytes podcast, which is dedicated to keeping the public up to date on the latest trends, technologies, and applications of autonomous systems. Each episode highlights interviews with leading experts to provide their insights and opinions in a format that is educational and entertaining. The show is sponsored by the Sinclair College National UAS Training and Certification Center and co-hosted by Dr. Andrew Shepherd and Col. Ryan Smith, USAF Ret.
The initial two episodes have been posted for the months of October and November, with additional episodes expected to be released monthly. Episodes released to date include:
001 - Gregory Crutsinger: UAS Wildfire Response
The impact of wildfires on the American West has been catastrophic, but drones are proving to be a great tool for first responders and emergency management agencies.
002 – Roy Peshin: Unmanned Systems Modeling and Simulation
Modeling and simulation have been developed into useful tools for research, training, and education. Increasingly, they are also being applied in operational environments including Live, Virtual, Constructive (LVC) and Unmanned Traffic Management (UTM) solutions.
The show is accessible through all major podcast apps, as well as via the direct links provided below: