The City of Woodinville is recruiting for a new position. If you value public service that makes a meaningful difference, the City's new GIS Analyst position may be a great fit for you.
This position in the Administrative Department - IT Division will lend expertise to a number of high-profile projects and all city departments while developing, implementing, and coordinating the city-wide GIS program.
This position is open until filled, first review of applications will be on June 12. Interviews will be scheduled soon after. If you are interested in joining the City of Woodinville please apply by midnight on June 11, 2023.
To review the entire job description and apply go to: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/woodinville
About the City
Woodinville, Washington is a premier tourist destination with a population of about 12,000 though the City is growing. This growth is causing lots of exciting projects to work on. Located about 20 miles northeast of Seattle, Woodinville offers the benefits of a bustling urban area against the backdrop of the picturesque Sammamish River Valley. Woodinville is known for its tourism industries with over 120 wineries, breweries, and distilleries and many opportunities for outdoor activities.
It's a great place to work and we manage to do a lot with only about 50 employees, including planning, permitting, code enforcement, street/storm water maintenance, infrastructure construction and maintenance, parks, and general administrative services. As the GIS Analyst, you’ll have a big impact on the City’s operations while working with a variety of staff.
The Geographic Information System (GIS) Analyst provides GIS technical support for the City-wide GIS operations. The GIS Analyst works with the Information Services Manager to plan, organize, and coordinate the development and maintenance of the City’s GIS for use by City departments. Duties include interactive web maps design and management, digital and paper map creation, database design, data creation, digitizing, data maintenance, analysis, and modeling using a variety of software applications.
Education, Experience, and Training
Bachelor’s degree in geography, computer science and planning, engineering or closely related field, and two or more years of experience with GIS products and technologies, especially ESRI ArcGIS, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Must possess a valid Washington State Driver’s License or the ability to acquire one within three (3) months of hiring.
Current experience working with and detailed knowledge of current and/or applicable applications is preferred.