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  • 12 Dec 2018 12:26 PM | Erika Stanley (Administrator)

    Job Link: http://admin.ks.gov/services/state-employment-center/job/job-postings?id=191541
     
    The Floodplain Mapping Specialist (FMS) works as part of a team to conduct work activities to complete Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Cooperating Technical Partners (CTP) projects and aid the public in obtaining and understanding available flood hazard information.  Work activities include clerical tasks, GIS tasks, communication with communities and the public, writing of plans and reports, public speaking, attendance at meetings and planning sessions with contractors, communities, and other government agencies.  The FMS is supervised by the Floodplain Mapping Coordinator (FMC), the NFIP Coordinator, and the DWR Water Structures Program Manager.
     
    Qualifications:
    • A bachelor's degree in environmental science with an emphasis on hydrology, geology, geography or a related natural science.
    • Knowledge of ArcGIS software and products in water resource and environmental applications is preferred.
    • Good written and verbal communication skills as well as the management and development of ArcSDE server applications are strongly preferred.
    • Valid driver’s license.
    • Must be able to travel in-state and out of state, including overnight travel.  Must be able to demonstrate progressive work experience in GIS applications, including GIS map creation and geodatabase design and management.

  • 12 Dec 2018 12:24 PM | Amy Roust (Administrator)

    Job Link: https://www.mpw.org/careers/career-center

    (MAGIC) Muscatine Area Geographic Information Consortium located in Muscatine Iowa, has an excellent opportunity for a GIS Technician. MAGIC is a local GIS consortium that has 3 principal partners Muscatine Power and Water, City of Muscatine, and Muscatine County. This makes this position unique in that there is a diverse project schedule providing GIS services and guidance to these 3 different agencies. MAGIC also has an Enterprise deployed with an ESRI EA (Enterprise Agreement) that will expose incoming candidates to all facets of the GIS profession. This is an excellent opportunity to learn from experienced GIS staff and apply advanced GIS principles to enhance workflow / processes of partner organizations.

    Starting Salary $40 - $50,000

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  • 12 Dec 2018 12:21 PM | Amy Roust (Administrator)

    Job Link: https://www.nisc.coop/careers/job-details/?id=1088308

    Would you like to build a career with a company who stresses the importance of solid relationships and presents a challenging work load? NISC is ranked in ComputerWorld’s Best Places to Work survey for fifteen consecutive years and we are looking for qualified individuals to join our conversion programming team. Become part of a team that will help enhance your skills to quickly become a productive contributor by utilizing technologies such as Oracle, or other relational databases, SQL, ETL Tools, Unix, Microsoft Windows, and/or Progress.

    Essential Functions: ​This position collaborates with other software and systems engineers and will gain the knowledge to effectively manage data conversion projects. 

    Primary Responsibilities: data analysis; development of conversion programs; convert data into our IVUE Software; reconcile converted data; Learn about the commitment NISC makes to the implementation process here.

    Desired Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Important skills include the ability to embrace ever-changing technology and a fast paced environment,evaluate and prioritize customer requests, and exercise strong decision-making. Must possess excellent communication skills, display positive outlook, and adopt NISC Shared Values: Integrity, Relationships, Innovation, Teamwork, Empowerment, and Personal Development. Experience in information systems or computer-related field. Knowledge of procedural languages, XML and SQL. Working knowledge in Linux and Microsoft Windows. Familiarity with operational processes and technical needs of Customers. Ability to analyze and resolve problems. Strong problem solving skills. Strong attention to quality processes and detailed work. Commitment to NISC's Statement of Shared Values

  • 12 Dec 2018 12:20 PM | Amy Roust (Administrator)

    Job Link: https://www.nisc.coop/careers/job-details/?id=1270530

    About This Job: This opening in our Engineering & Operations area will support NISC’s Mapwise software products focused on NISC’s mapping solutions. Our mapping products empower field technicians to easily update maps, staking sheets, and conduct equipment and location maintenance from a single interface. Our support specialists work closely with our members and software engineers to troubleshoot, research, and resolve issues within the software product.

    What you will do as a Support Specialist: Assist members in all aspects of application support for NISC’s Mapwise products including troubleshooting, training, and research via phone, email, or chat; Follow up on resolutions and serve as a liaison between our members and our software engineers; Assist with software release processes and may be called upon to test the software or give feedback on the software design; Communicate with development staff to convey customer feedback; Perform either on-site or remote training to our members and prepare training materials. Travel may occasionally be required; Provide after-hours support via an on-call support phone rotation; Utilize your ArcGIS server/software skills

    Desired Experience: Candidates with knowledge of ArcGIS and mapping experience are strongly preferred for this position. Our Support Specialists have previous customer support experience. Providing customer service via phone is helpful. NISC’s Support teams display excellent written and verbal communication skills, the ability to develop relationships and support our members, the ability to teach others, and the ability to work in a team and also independently. If you have previous experience with presentations or public speaking, that’s a plus!

  • 12 Dec 2018 12:13 PM | Amy Roust (Administrator)

    Job Link: https://www.nisc.coop/careers/job-details/?id=1400704

    Primary Responsibilities: The Professional Service Specialist (Software Implementations) reports to a Professional Services Team Lead. Works closely with the GIS conversion team and other Engineering & Operations' team members in resolving technical project and software transition issues. The position is responsible for performing NISC GIS software implementations for Member/Customers, managing the implementation project, providing application support to customers, validating and verifying the accuracy of the converted data, training personnel on all aspects of the application, answering questions on function and usage of product via the telephone, e-mail, or on-site.

    Essential Functions: Provides superior customer support to internal and external customers in all encounters; Conduct conversion analysis of GIS and engineering model data; Determine expectations and timelines of the Member’s conversion process; Prepare and monitor the Project Plan; Identify gaps in features and functionality in software and oversee resolution; Identify changes required for conversion of data; Complete and prepare conversion documents; Reconcile converted totals and month-end balancing; Oversee the standardization of artifacts used in the Project Plan; Add and enhance artifacts with team lead’s assistance; Assist in document preparation; Communicate with all parties involved in the enterprise implementation; Compiles and analyzes business requirements and evaluates Member/Customers’ operational processes to prepare for software application conversions, migrations, and/or new implementations; Designs and implements system set-up configurations for Member/Customers performing independently and proficiently; Designs and delivers training to the Member employees to prepare for “live” week;
    Utilizes all implementation best practices and artifacts for all implementation projects; Assists customers in all aspects of implementation including troubleshooting, training, and on-going support; Prepares Change Requests (CRs) and follow-up to resolution; Performs research of difficult application problems, resolves issues for Member/Customers and recommends changes or enhancements as directed; Facilitate and follow up with Member/Customers on difficult requests and procedures; Gather, maintains and audits Member information in the configuration database; Utilizes all support tools as directed; Conveys customer feedback to product development staff as appropriate; Perform on-site training or deliver remote application training to Member/Customers via Web Tools; Provides after hours support;
    May prepare materials and deliver National IT Learning Center classes;
    May prepare materials and deliver Member information Conference (MIC) sessions; May be called upon to assist in other implementation areas; May be called upon to participate on design teams; May be called upon to participate in testing of new product development or enhancements; Will be required to travel to customer sites as often as necessary to meet the business objectives; Other duties as assigned.

    Desired Job Experience: Generally requires 3-5 years of product usage or support/implementation; experience either at NISC or similar related experience; Basic knowledge of NISC's products’ features and functionality; Basic knowledge of other integrated Utility industry applications and services; Basic knowledge of Project Management processes and theory; Basic knowledge of Service Level Management (SLM) best practices; Basic knowledge of the Utility industry; Familiarity with the Utility or Telecom industry, including the operations and business requirements; Familiarity with other integrated applications and services; Excellent verbal and written interpersonal and communication skills; Excellent presentation and training skills; Excellent telephone etiquette and an ability to deal effectively with Member/Customers; Excellent research and problem solving skills with a strong attention to detail; Strong PC skills; Ability to effectively lead, influence and teach others; Ability to organize and prioritize; Ability to interact in a positive manner with internal and external contacts; Ability to work independently, as well as in a team environment; Ability to travel as often as necessary to meet the goals and
    objectives of the position; Commitment to NISC’s Statement of Shared Values.

    Desired Education and/or Certification(s): High School diploma or equivalency required; Bachelor’s Degree in a business-related field or equivalent experience preferred

  • 12 Dec 2018 12:09 PM | Amy Roust (Administrator)

    Job Link: https://www.nisc.coop/careers/job-details/?id=1394276

    Primary Responsibilities: This opening is on our GIS production team. The team collaborates with the GIS support team, and works with Members across the country who are using our mapping products and other GIS systems. The team produces maps for our Members while ensuring quality control on mapping projects and that the specifications of the customer's requests have been met. Having the right tools is key to an efficient work flow. We empower our Members with maps at everyone’s fingertips. NISC’s GIS allows our Members to capture, manage, analyze, and display their data across the organization.

    Essential Functions: Edit and maintain GIS datasets for internal and external customers including, but not limited to; layers, fields, domains, geometric networks, and associated attributes and assets. Produce high-quality GIS maps (digital and hard copy) that successfully communicate geographic information by creating and setting up map document (.mxd) files for use in GIS including, but not limited to; symbology, table joins and labeling. Adhere to set schedule, tracking and monitoring GIS projects to ensure start time and deadlines are met, keeping all stakeholders informed. Initiate regular quality control checks of GIS Data to ensure data integrity and accuracy rectifying and documenting issues. Ability to travel as often as necessary to meet the goals and objectives of the position. Other duties as assigned.

    Desired Job Experience: Basic knowledge of business related software applications and services. Working knowledge of: ArcGIS Desktop, ArcCatalog

    Basic understanding of: Cartographic and graphic design principles to be able to think of color, symbology, fonts, etc; Basic knowledge of the Utility and/or Telecom industries; Excellent verbal and written communication skills; Excellent telephone/email etiquette and an ability to deal effectively with Member/Customers; Ability to organize and prioritize; Basic research and problem-solving skills with a strong attention to detail; Ability to multi task and time manage.

    Desired Education: Bachelor’s Degree in Geography, Geoscience, Cartography, GIS or equivalent experience

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