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Kansas Department of Health and Environment, Bureau of Water is seeking candidates for a full-time Environmental Specialist position in Topeka, KS.
This position is responsible for updating and maintaining the state’s list of classified waters, along with associated GIS data/metadata and use attainability assessment database. This position also provides general GIS, database, and analytical support to surface water monitoring and assessment programs, maintaining a local geospatial data library, liaising with the agency IT department, uploading water quality data to Federal databases, preparing statistical summaries and analyses, and coordinating with colleagues to produce Integrated Water Quality Assessments and support Triennial Reviews. An incumbent with experience in R programming and/or statistics will have opportunities to participate in 303(d) and 305(b) water body assessments and special projects. In addition, this position provides significant data and logistical support to the Harmful Algal Bloom Response Program, which includes tracking complaints, troubleshooting data/software issues, coordinating field and laboratory tasks, and working with internal and external partners to ensure rapid response and protect human health. Some field work and travel is possible, depending on incumbent’s qualifications and departmental needs.
Closing Date: February 24, 2021
Under general supervision, this position creates and updates GIS data and maps for Shawnee County. Works with internal and external customers to produce maps to fulfill their needs. Processes documents in the land records system to update GIS system. Performs other duties as assigned. Works with GIS Analyst to assure project completion as necessary. This position is supervised by the GIS Manager. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS Any of the following - Graduation from an accredited technical school or college/university program with some training in GIS, Surveying, Drafting, or related field; A High School Diploma or GED Certificate and two years of related on the job GIS experience; Drafting or related field and one year of related on the job GIS experience; A certificate in GIS from a community or junior college, university, or online. (SEE FULL POSITION DESCRIPTION FOR ADDITIONAL QUALIFICATIONS)
The Senior GIS Analyst has oversight over the creation, maintenance, and dissemination of geospatial data. The position is responsible for analyzing the GIS system for areas of improvement and evaluating integrated solutions and for the development of plans and acting to improve the program or integrate new solutions.
The GIS Manager supervises GIS staff and serves as the principle technical lead for overall hardware and software architecture, user management, licensing, geometric networks, analysis, workflows and program environments related to geographic information systems and asset systems. This position is responsible for the interoperability and automation of various enterprise/departmental systems within the Technical Support Group's supported programs.
The City of Columbia, Missouri has an opening for GIS Analyst - details can be found here: https://www.gocomojobs.com/postings/22573. The posting closes on Monday, Oct. 19th, with interviews on Oct. 29th.
General duties: Perform professional work designing, developing, maintaining, and providing training on specialized GIS data systems, procedures, applications, and data solutions to support and improve situational awareness and City business processes and efficiencies for management, supervisors, operations staff, and the public. See the posting for more details.
Job Link: https://www.leavenworthcounty.gov/employment.asp
Job Description: Supervise the GIS staff work groups and projects to administer and maintain GIS mapping systems, databases and applications. Read property legal descriptions, plats and surveys and draw them on maps. Create and edit digital maps in coverages and shape files using ESRI ArcMap Software. Add annotation and text to digital map layers. Link excel spreadsheets created from downloading data to make specific maps. Create requested maps delineating parcels selected by graphic tools or querying map layers using ArcMap tools such as Buffer. Perform QC work on map layers using ArcCatalog and ArcView. Create ArcReader maps using ArcPublisher Software. Convert Arc coverages to GeoDatabases. Plot large format paper maps from digital files.
Closes Sept 1, 2020
GSI Engineering, LLC (GSI) is an innovative industry leader in geotechnical, environmental, drilling, and materials testing services, known by our clients for delivering superior service and cost-effective solutions. The company provides consulting services on a wide range of projects.
GSI is seeking candidates for a full-time GIS Analyst position in our Wichita, Kansas office. The successful candidate must have excellent written and oral communication skills, and strong technical and interpersonal skills. Must be self-motivated, innovative, and able to work successfully with staff and clients at all levels.
Only qualified candidates with acceptable employment eligibility verification (I-9) will be considered. GSI offers a competitive benefits package, including: medical, dental, life and long-term disability insurance, 401(k) profit sharing plan plus guaranteed match, Section 125 cafeteria plan, and paid holidays/paid time off. Please apply online at www.gsinetwork.com.
GIS Specialist - IT/GIS - Coordinate and maintain GIS activity in the Water and Light Department. Open until 11:59pm 08/18/2020
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Education and Experience - An equivalent combination of education, training and experience will be considered
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Douglas County is accepting applications for a GIS Technician in the GIS Division of the IT Department. Duties include: general mapping support; respond to requests for information, maps, records and other related material from other county staff, outside agencies and the general public; operate a variety of mapping equipment and software; and work on special projects as assigned. Equivalent to high school diploma with at least (2) years of formal education or technical training in GIS, cartography, engineering, drafting, or related fields, with a thorough knowledge of computer operations and software. College degree preferred. Experience with ArcGIS 10.x software and COGO methods preferred. Submit application and resume online at www.douglascountyks.org before 5:00 PM, August 17, 2020. EOE.
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