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The primary purpose of the position is to serve as the state Geographic Information System (GIS) manager with responsibility to provide technical leadership, and technology development, transfer, and support, in GIS, Global Positioning systems (GPS), remote sensing, spatial analysis, elevation program and geospatial database management (both spatial and tubular) to ensure effective deployment and utilization throughout the state.
Responsible for the state's geodatabase management, which involves managing large data sets as well as providing dependable backups for these data sets. Work with the state Program Section to manage and store conservation easement geodata, update National Headquarters (NHQ) easement data layer quarterly, and confirm location of NEST points. Responsible for coordinating and providing, training to state office and field office staffs in the principle of GIS, Customer Service Toolkit, spatial analysis, relation database analysis, and remote sensing.
Application Deadline - June 28th, 2021
There are two openings: one internal and one external (open to the public).
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This unclassified, full-time position will be located at the Pratt Operations Headquarters and is directly supervised by Jake George, Wildlife Division Director.
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 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 - July 2nd, 2021
Butler County GIS is seeking a GIS Analyst to join our team in El Dorado KS. This is a non-exempt position with great benefits and competitive pay. If you are looking for a challenging and rewarding position with room for growth in GIS and believe yourself to be detail oriented, creative, and technologically savvy, apply here, we would love to visit with you.
Application Deadline - July 10th, 2021
Lyon County Appraiser’s Office is seeking a GIS Tech/Analyst.
This is a non-exempt position with amazing benefits! Salary is very competitive and is dependent on experience.
The GIS Tech/Analyst is responsible for day-to-day maintenance of the GIS division. They are responsible for maintaining and updating, both manually and digitally, all files and records relating to property ownership, overlays, GIS coverages and map work cards. This position provides assistance to the County Appraiser and appraisal personnel in the daily performance of their duties as needed. Delivers mapping support and assistance for other county departments, legal agencies, and property owners.
A background in GIS is not required, but is preferred, along with the ability to read and interpret deeds and legal descriptions. A familiarity with maps and mapping systems such as ArcMap, ArcGIS Pro, ESRI, and DASC is also preferred, but again not required. Candidates are required to have a Valid Kansas Class C Driver’s License, High School diploma, G.E. D. or equivalent, and must be able to read, write, and speak English fluently. Successful candidate(s) will be required to pass a background check, pre-employment physical, pre-employment work screen and pre-employment drug screen.
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