Protecting people is our passion. At the Washington Military Department, we combine our unique talents to create safer communities and ensure our neighbors and loved ones can recover from whatever emergency might arise. Our agency unites civilian employees with members of the Washington National Guard, creating a team that is deeply committed to public service. We go home at night knowing that our day-to-day work supports activities that truly make a difference. Whether that's partnering with our communities to prepare for a disaster, leading an emergency response, hiring top-notch talent or supporting at-risk kids at our Washington Youth Academy - the Washington Military Department seeks to safeguard our way of life and those that call Washington home.
In addition to job fulfillment, the Washington Military Department offers an excellent benefits package which includes exceptional health care coverage, a retirement savings plan and job training opportunities.
This position works as directed by the Deputy Chief Information Office as part of a three-person team within the Applications & Development unit of the agency's Information Technology Division. The unit's primary focus and responsibility is to support and manage Geographic Information Systems (GIS) for the agency, customer support, project management, and creation of Geographical Information overlays and data used in its analysis.
This position's primary responsibility is to provide GIS analysis support to the Construction and Facilities Management Office (CFMO) Environmental Section where it receives additional leadership and guidance from the Environmental Program's Supervisor.
Data Management -
Bachelor's degree in Geographic Information Systems, geography, geographic information systems, remote sensing, land surveying, natural resources or closely related field that includes at least nine credit hours in GIS.
An Associate's degree in Geographic Information System AND two years of experience in Geographic Information Systems software, cartographic principles, coordinate system transformations, and/or Data Interoperability or similar toolset.
Four years of experience working in GIS in an environmental field.
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