The Spills Program's mission is to protect Washington's environment, public health, and safety through a comprehensive spill prevention, preparedness, and response program. The Spills Program's vision is to prevent, prepare for and respond aggressively to oil spills; to be our best for the State of Washington. Our goal in the Spills Program is "zero spills".
This position is within the Research and Information Technology Unit in the Statewide Resources Section. The Statewide Resources Section supports the Agency and Program missions in maintaining 24/7 response capability and aggressive response to oil and hazardous substance spills. Statewide Resources Section provides this support through service delivery of data and IT management, analytical research, outreach and education, file management, investigation, enforcement, planning and time accounting activities. The Research and Information Technology Unit supports both the agency and program by providing data management, IT systems, modeling, and technical support at the program level. This position supports our mission by being the designated Spills Program GIS expert, acting as the program expert to provide application architecture, development, implementation, and maintenance support for program-wide geographic and environmental data systems as well as contributing to agency-wide systems.
Some of the key work activities of the –GIS Analyst position are:
Bachelor’s degree or higher in Computer Science, Information Technology (IT) or closely related field and one (1) year of recent professional experience using Esri ArcGIS technology ( Arc GIS Desktop and Server, ArcGIS Online and ArcSDE products). Experience includes SQL programming, experience with entity relationship modeling and notation, or database report development, and independently analyzing, designing, implementing and maintaining databases, and experience with data extraction and transformation (e.g ETL)
Associate’s degree in Computer Science, GIS Applied Science or closely related field; OR completion of a two (2) year accredited vocational training program in GIS, programming, IT or related program and three (3) years of recent professional experience listed above
Five (5) years of recent professional experience listed above.
*Education or accredited vocational training as listed above will substitute year for year for experience.