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Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks is looking for a GIS Coordinator. The physical location of this position will be the Pratt Operations Office, the Wichita Region 3 Office, or the Emporia Research & Survey Office, dependent upon the successful candidate and subject to prior approval by the Wildlife Division Director.
This position is responsible for moderate to complex operational and project-based geospatial data acquisition/development, analyses, data modeling, processing/conversion, maintenance, distribution, and user support. The incumbent will serve as the official ESRI liaison, providing software support to Agency staff. Primary responsibilities include analyzing data requirements; performing advanced technical data and database design, development, implementation, management, and QA/QC to support agency operations and needs; develop and manage ArcGIS Online based web map and feature services; perform spatial data analyses; produce maps and other cartographic products; create and verify integrated data topologies for use within geospatial applications and systems; coordinate access to/distribution of data; identify and implement policies and procedures to enable users access to data; lead utilization of data analysis tools and techniques; and perform project leadership and management activities, as required.
Application Deadline - September 27, 2021
GIS Coordinator is responsible for coordination, development and support of the County geographic information system (GIS) utilizing selected software, selected data base technology and multiple workstations. Performs work of considerable difficulty, helps develop and implement GIS procedures and policies, and actively works for easier access to County records by departments and the public. This position reports directly to the County Appraiser.
Work as part of a team to support the mission of the Kansas Geological Survey and the State of Kansas Data Access & Support Center (DASC). The Application Developer works collaboratively to develop, implement, and maintain automated procedures, web applications, web services, interactive mapping applications, and location-based services.
Additionally, this position supports coordination, outreach, and training activities. An ideal candidate for this position is a GIS Developer that is organized, resourceful, self-motivated and has advanced knowledge of GIS technology. Position is contingent on funding. Telecommuting or hybrid work arrangement may be considered for the ideal candidate.
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Work as part of a team to support the mission of the State of Kansas Data Access & Support Center (DASC). Located at the Kansas Geological Survey (KGS), DASC serves as the Kansas GIS data clearinghouse and is involved in numerous statewide GIS initiatives in collaboration with state and local government, and the private sector. The GIS Developer leads the development of automated procedures and tools that are collaboratively designed with the DASC staff and project partners. These procedures and tools support data management, validation, processing, visualization, and dissemination services. The GIS Developer is responsible for the testing and quality assurance of these procedures and tools and must quickly respond to reported issues. Additionally, this position supports related coordination, outreach, documentation, and training activities. An ideal candidate for this position is a GIS Developer that is organized, resourceful, self-motivated and has advanced knowledge of GIS technology. Position is contingent on funding. Telecommuting or hybrid work arrangement may be considered for the ideal candidate.
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