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Provide cartographic services, spatial analysis, training, technical support, and management of geospatial datasets and customer services to internal and external customers.
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Perform a variety of highly advanced engineering and GIS technical support tasks for the design, inspection, maintenance and record keeping related to streets, intersections, storm sewers, sanitary sewers, water mains, erosion control, land disturbance, electric utility distribution, street lighting system design work, and/or construction.
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Wood Environment & Infrastructure is currently seeking two entry level Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Analysts to join our team in our Topeka, KS office. Ideal candidates will have a BS degree in GIS, Geography, Environmental Science, Computer Science, or equivalent, around 1-2+ years’ experience, or any equivalent education and experience. Programming and relational database experience is also a plus. We are looking for someone who is genuinely excited and enthusiastic about learning and pushing technical limits/ finding new solutions for our engineering (technology) related projects and clients.
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Wood Environment and Infrastructure is currently seeking an Outreach/Communications Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Support Specialist to join our team in our Topeka, KS office. Ideal candidates will have a BS degree in Communications, GIS, Geography, Environmental Science, Computer Science, or equivalent, 1-2 years’ experience, or any equivalent education and experience. Also sought is experience with Microsoft Office Products such as Word, Excel and PowerPoint. Good communications skills are a must in this position, especially phone skills. We are looking for someone who is genuinely excited and enthusiastic about learning new skills. Ideal candidates will communicate with communities and clients via telephone and have some GIS skills to answer project related questions.
The City of Leavenworth is seeking qualified, motivated applicants for the above full-time position to perform complex, technical GIS and computer-aided mapping and database activities, with primary emphasis on Stormwater related infrastructure and projects. Minimum Qualifications: HS graduate or GED equivalent; min. of 1 year related technical or college training in GIS, drafting or related filed; min. of 1 year experience in CAD, GIS; OR equivalent combination of education and experience; and possess valid state driver’s license at time of application. Starting Salary: $39,801 plus excellent benefits package. Interested candidates must submit an application to Leavenworth Workforce Development Center located at 515 Limit, Suite 200, Leavenworth KS. Additional information can be obtained at www.lvks.org, click on Employment Opportunities. Position is Open Until Filled. EOE/AA
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The incumbent will provide assistance to the Fisheries, Wildlife & Boating branch of the Department for GIS related projects and basic mapping needs. The GIScience Coordinator will provide direct assistance to agency staff with GIS related needs, and maintain oversight of ongoing contracts for GIS related services. This includes grant funded agreements for which the incumbent will take on the role of grant manager. Responsibilities include following federal aid procedures for timely grant applications, performance reporting, and expenditures/budget monitoring. The GIScience Coordinator will oversee all GIS related contract work, ensuring compliance with state purchasing guidelines while maintaining QA/QC of end products.
Job Link: https://careers-waterone.icims.com/jobs/1280/manager---geospatial-services/job
We have an outstanding opportunity for a Manager - Geospatial Services to join our organization! This position manages the enterprise-wide Geographic Information System (GIS), gespatial data layers and provides GIS services to meet WaterOne’s operational requirements and customer needs. Plans and oversees the research, evaluation, integration, and implementation of GIS, mapping, engineering and integration software applications budgeting and purchasing.
The Asset System GIS Technician works closely with Municipal Services staff. Responsible for the creation and maintenance of the Geographic Information System (GIS) data and cartographic output pertaining to the Infrastructure Asset Management System. Reads plans, performs field data collection, and spatially enables documents in order to maintain GIS datasets. Including, but not limited to, Streets & Right of Way, Storm Water, Traffic, Facilities and Parks assets. Responsible for the condition evaluation of City owned assets. Work with various departments and programs within the City to ensure that their Asset Management GIS needs are met. Work is performed under the direction of the Assistant to the Director of Municipal Services with considerable latitude for the exercise of independent judgment and action in supporting the development, maintenance and application of the City’s GIS and Asset Management Systems.
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