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  • 16 May 2024 2:53 PM | Joanna Rohlf (Administrator)

    This position will remain posted until filled.        

    Location: Topeka field office located in Shawnee County, Kansas.

    The National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) specialist works as part of a team to conduct work activities to complete the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Community Assistance Program - State Support Services Element (CAP - SSSE) grant requirements.  Work includes offering floodplain management and flood insurance assistance to community personnel and the general public.  Developing and applying technical knowledge to problems encountered by communities and the public attempting to comply with NFIP requirements relating to rules and regulations for floodplain development projects and aid the public in obtaining and understanding available flood hazard information.

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  • 13 May 2024 10:42 AM | Anonymous

    Posted until filled.

    Compensation: $25.68 - $28.31

    * Salary can vary depending upon education, experience, or qualifications.

    Agency Information:
    Adjutant General's Department, Kansas Division of Emergency Management, Topeka, KS

    About the Position

    • Who can apply: Qualified applicants over the age of 18

    • Classified/Unclassified Service: Unclassified

    • Full-Time/Part-Time: Full-time

    • Regular/Temporary: Regular

    • Work Schedule: Monday - Friday

    • Eligible to Receive Benefits: YES

    • Veterans' Preference Eligible: YES

    Position Summary & Responsibilities

    Job Responsibilities may include but are not limited to the following:  

    Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Operations: 

    Use ArcGIS Pro, ArcMap, ArcGIS Online, and ArcGIS Enterprise in day-to-day GIS operations and tasks. Use ArcGIS Online tools, including, but not limited to, Survey 123, Experience Builder, Dashboards, StoryMaps, QuickCapture, WebMaps, and WebApp Developer Enterprise in day-to-day GIS operations and tasks. Use common office computer software such as Microsoft Office and Office 365 in day-to-day operations and tasks. Create, publish, and maintain ArcGIS Online and ArcGIS Enterprise applications and resources. Assist the GIS Coordinator in coordination and management of the agency’s GIS program. 

    Serve as primary and sole backup of the GIS Coordinator. Assist in planning, developing, and coordinating projects/applications and establishing timelines. Develop GIS and digital data products in the areas of mapping, analysis, and remote sensing. Produce accurate, up-to-date paper maps, online maps and online dashboards and applications for use by emergency management, county emergency managers, and state agencies. Develop mapping projects on demand from entities within the agency, emergency management, its partners and the 105 counties at the direction of the direct supervisor. Demonstrate high-level knowledge and skills in state-of-the-art GIS methods, practices, techniques and equipment and in a variety of software programs and computer languages associated with GIS Serve as a GIS technical expert for the agency. Complete work within the agency’s plan with respect to software and hardware, including the agency’s IT policies and procedures. Demonstrate good organizational skills and the ability to write in a clear, concise understandable format. Based upon a general outline of the product needed, create what is required to achieve end product accurately and in a timely manner.  Ability to work independently and to request clarification when needed is crucial. Design, code, test and/or document programs and scripts written in various languages (i.e., Javascript, Python, ArcGIS Server, etc.). Utilize Global Positioning Systems (GPS) for projects as needed. Maintain documentation to reflect the details of mapping requests for historical reference. Facilitate, and participate in training for the GIS Response team. Write technical articles, reports, brochures and/or manuals for documentation.

    GIS Data Development:

    Assist in managing the ArcGIS Enterprise Server. Assist in managing the ESRI ArcGIS Online Enterprise system. Create, publish, and maintain ArcGIS Online and ArcGIS Enterprise data services. Discover and evaluate the availability and technical adequacy of existing digital data generated by other government agencies, the private sector, learning institutions, and state agencies, and individuals, as well as products created internally by others under the guidance of the direct supervisor. Explain data usage constraints and appropriate use considerations to decision makers. Create and maintain metadata in the FGDC and ESRI formats for data layers created by the department or held in the GIS data warehouse

    GIS Response Vehicle: 

    Oversee the operational readiness the GIS Response Vehicle and develop and maintain plans and processes for alternate field response deployment methods.

    State Emergency Operations Centers (SEOC) and Incident Support Team (IST) Duties:

    Under the Incident Command System (ICS) and in accordance with the National Incident Management System (NIMS) requirements: Provide coverage of SEOC or IST position as needed Attend appropriate trainings to develop competency for SEOC and IST positions. Attend appropriate coordination meetings as they pertain to SEOC and IST duties. Maintain files for official forms, reports, and legal documents

    Ensure accuracy and completeness of records by contacting the appropriate ICS units Provide incident documentation to appropriate requesters Provide status reports to the Planning Section Chief

    Maintain Unit/Activity log (ICS214). At the discretion of the supervisor, the SEOC duties maybe shifted in part or whole to other tasks/responsibilities found herein.  This is to ensure continuity of the Planning and Mitigation Branch’s mission essential functions (MEF).


    • Minimum Qualifications:  Minimum 1 year undergraduate in engineering, engineering technology, or architecture program, or other technical certification within the design, engineering tech/drafting/GIS area

    • Preferred Qualifications:  Three (3) years of education and/or experience in GIS, Arc View GIS &/or digital spatial databases & analysis.  Emergency management experience preferred but not required. 

    • Post-Offer, Pre-employment Requirements:  Must have a valid Driver's License and the ability to obtain and maintain a Department of Defense Security Clearance as a Condition of Employment.

      Recruiter Contact Information

    • Email: KSTAG_Lists@ks.gov

    • Phone: 785-646-2263 or 785-646-2261

    • Mailing Address

    State of Kansas Human Resources
    2722 SW Topeka Blvd
    Topeka KS 66611

    GIS Specialist (Applications Developer II) [jobs.sok.ks.gov]

  • 13 May 2024 10:40 AM | Anonymous

    Benefits Category Part Time - No Benefits
    Remote: No
    Post End Date: 5/22/2024
    Salary: USD $7.25/Hr. -
    Organizational Unit Department of Technology and Innovation
    Work Schedule 6 to 8 hours/day, 3 days/week
    Driving Status Occasional (less than 5%)


    A career with Johnson County Government is more than just a job, it is an opportunity to serve a diverse and expanding community in meaningful ways. We challenge ourselves to be a different kind of government because we care deeply about our community and each other. Committed to our shared values, we provide excellent public service, seeking always to improve ourselves and our organization. We offer wonderful benefits, retirement plans, wellness incentives, a great organizational culture, and much more! If you’re searching for something more than just a job, something akin to a calling, then consider the challenge and opportunity of being a member of Johnson County Government!

    Job Description

    The AIMS (Automated Information Mapping System) GIS team within the Department of Technology and Innovation at Johnson County, KS seeks a student, recent graduate, or geographically inclined individual interested in gaining experience working as a paid GIS Intern/Temporary position for the summer of 2024.

    First review of applications will be May 22, 2024.  Starting wage will be $16-$20/hr depending on education and experience.

    Primary duties will include working with data related to various department’s needs in the county, as well as external customers, including analysis, mining, editing and automation.  Process improvements related to migration from ArcMap to ArcPro, as well as migration of python code from 2.x to 3.x.  Performing Mapper of the Day duties to assist mapping needs of the public and as well as perform various GIS related tasks. Potential work-related task related to ArcGIS Online/Portal and Tableau.

    Job Requirements

    Preference will be given to candidates that are familiar with basic GIS principles and ESRI GIS software (version 10.x of ArcMap, ArcCatalog, as well as ArcPro and ArcGIS Online); familiarity utilizing Python 3.x is preferred; candidate should be able to work independently; a self-starter; and a quick learner. 

    The position will be located at 111 S Cherry St in Olathe, Kansas.  Preferred schedule will be 6 to 8 hours a day ~3 days a week but hours could vary as needed.

    Candidate must be able to successfully complete background screenings and reference checks. 

    Physical, Environmental, and Special Working Conditions:
    All County employees may be called upon to assist other departments/agencies in a declared emergency situation.


  • 13 May 2024 10:37 AM | Anonymous
    Benefits Category Full Time - Regular (Full Benefits) 

    Remote Hybrid
    Post End Date 5/24/2024
    Salary USD $37.63/Hr. - $56.45/Hr.
    Work Schedule Monday - Friday: 8am - 5pm
    Driving Status Occasional (less than 5%)


    A career with Johnson County Government is more than just a job, it is an opportunity to serve a diverse and expanding community in meaningful ways. We challenge ourselves to be a different kind of government because we care deeply about our community and each other. Committed to our shared values, we provide excellent public service, seeking always to improve ourselves and our organization. We offer wonderful benefits, retirement plans, wellness incentives, a great organizational culture, and much more! If you’re searching for something more than just a job, something akin to a calling, then consider the challenge and opportunity of being a member of Johnson County Government!

    Job Description

    Johnson County Department of Technology and Innovation (DTI) is seeking a dynamic individual with a diverse skillset as it relates to data science and analytics with the aptitude to execute new technologies and data projects. The GIS Project Analyst position is assigned to the AIMS (Automated Information Mapping System) unit within Enterprise Services of DTI, for support of GIS, mapping, and data analysis functions at the County.  This position is eligible for a hybrid work assignment.  The position is responsible for the following:

    • Develop and oversee a diverse variety of data analysis and geographic information technology efforts of various size, scope, and complexity and communicates with technical and non-technical audiences. Leads the analysis, planning, design, implementation, and evaluation of key projects to accomplish goals.
    • Schedule events, programs, and activities as well as coordinating the work of others to complete projects.
    • Collaborates with internal/external customers, vendors, and other technology staff to ensure efficient use of spatial and non-spatial data resources to achieve project objectives by establishing and reviewing plans, schedules, resources, budgets, and priorities.
    • Work to develop and market products that meet business needs of our partners and provide outreach and training to facilitate adoption. Research new technology and customer needs and interprets product changes and presents information to management and technical leads.
    • Demonstrates expertise using technology tools and software for business intelligence and/or statistical data analysis.
    • Leads and conducts analytical research and collects data. Transforms data into meaningful end-user information using a variety of analytical tools including but not limited to Tableau, ArcGIS, FME, Python, SQL Server, etc.
    • Creates, reviews, and maintains documentation related to data and software use/support including procedures, processes, and metadata. Manages software implementations, user groups, and user accounts (AGO/Tableau).
    • Leads and/or trains analytical procedures to others; motivates, develops, and directs co-workers; mentors the work of lower-level data analysis, providing work counseling, guidance, and training.

    Candidate must be able to lead and coordinate multi-agency projects and have the ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing.  The preferred candidate will have extensive professional experience with Databases (Microsoft SQL Server), GIS software (ESRI suite-ArcGIS Pro, ArcMap, ArcServer, ArcGIS Portal/Online), ETL software (FME), and/or business intelligence/analytics software (Tableau) in a Windows environment.  In addition, candidate should have practical experience providing solutions relative to data and GIS and an understanding of the functions of County government.

    Job Requirements

    Bachelor’s degree in the following field(s) of study: geography, data analysis, statistics, engineering, mathematics, computer science, or relevant field of study and seven (7) years of experience using GIS or other data analysis software.  

    Experience can substitute for education.  Education can substitute for experience.

    Candidate must be able to successfully complete background screenings and reference checks. 

    Physical, Environmental, and Special Working Conditions:
    All County employees may be called upon to assist other departments/agencies in a declared emergency situation.


  • 03 Apr 2024 9:08 AM | Anonymous

    Apply Here [ugic.us2.list-manage.com]

    Job Posting Closing Date: 4/6/2024

    Pay Rate: $6,969.73 - $7,845.07 Monthly

    Employment Type:Full-Time

    Location: Grand Junction, CO

    New to the City of Grand Junction Team?  
    Receive 40 hours Paid Time Off starting on your hire date!

    About the Position: 
    In this role, the successful candidate will lead and support the City's Geographic Information Systems (GIS) team, collaborating with various departments. They will oversee GIS projects, setting priorities and ensuring the GIS system's integrity and accuracy. The role involves managing data inputs, conducting advanced GIS data editing, spatial analysis, and providing expertise in GIS automation, scripting, and SQL database analysis. The individual will create and manage sophisticated GIS databases and digital mapping, producing resources for both internal and external stakeholders. They will also be responsible for city-wide GIS application maintenance, including software coding for GIS solutions, and web applications. The position requires coordinating critical data input and maintenance, designing reporting tools, and resolving technical issues. Additionally, the candidate will train staff and the community on GIS applications, write technical documentation, and modify databases for GIS data storage.

    About the Information Technology Department: 
    Information Technology (IT) is an internal services department delivering technology solutions that help the City of Grand Junction team to do their best work. The 26 member IT team supports cybersecurity, networking and telecommunications, computer and application support, and Geographic Information Systems (GIS). The IT team is committed to providing secure, reliable, and sustainable technology solutions for efficiently and effectively delivering City services that enhance the lives of our citizens.

    What We Offer:
    We know that a healthy and happy workforce is a thriving workforce, which is why we offer a comprehensive benefits package that supports quality work-life balance including 32 days of paid annual leave to be used for holiday, personal, and/or sick days, health insurance options, employer-matched retirement, a City employee health clinic, wellness program, and an Employee Assistance Program. Of equal importance, we offer an opportunity to serve the community you love and live in. Our employees find their work rewarding and fulfilling, knowing that their day job makes a positive impact.  

    Our Culture:
    At the City of Grand Junction, we lead the way with continuous improvement, collaborative partnerships, and exemplary service. Our core values are demonstrated by our willingness to challenge the status quo, our ability to work together using all areas of expertise to achieve a common goal, and our commitment to fulfilling the needs of our community through thoughtful interactions. 


    What You'll Do:
    Provide support and leadership to staff working on the GIS team and other City departments.
    Plan and schedule GIS projects.
    Ensure integrity, quality and accuracy of the City's GIS system.
    Manage and review data input from GIS staff and other departments.
    Provide City-wide maintenance and support of GIS related applications, source code, data files, database system, and internet/intranet web data.
    Write software code for GIS applications, scripts, web apps, and geospatial analysis
    This position has the same classification as a Systems Network Analyst.
    To view the full job description, click here [ugic.us2.list-manage.com].

    This position is a safety sensitive position, which means you will be subject to random drugscreens due to the nature of the work performed.

    What We're Looking For: 

    • Four (4) years of GIS experience in a variety of GIS functions related to described duties.
    • Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in information technology, GIS, computer science or a related field. 
    • Possession of, or ability to obtain, a valid Colorado driver's license. 
    Other combinations of experience and education that meet the minimum requirements may be substituted.   

    Supplemental Information

    Explore the Area

    Grand Junction, Colorado is the gateway to the mountains and canyonlands of western Colorado and eastern Utah. Centrally located between Denver, CO (250 miles east) and Salt Lake City, UT (270 miles west), Grand Junction is surrounded by 1.2 million acres of public land. Residents enjoy world-class whitewater rafting on the Colorado and Green Rivers, golfing, fishing, skiing, and snowboarding, and exploring mountain bike and hiking trails through the Colorado National Monument and the Grand Mesa National Forest. Grand Junction has a robust downtown and hosts multiple arts, music, food, and market events annually. With a population of over 150,000 in Mesa County (65,000 within the City limits), we have many of the big town amenities without the big town stresses such as traffic and trail congestion. With an average of 245 days of sunshine, Grand Junction is the perfect place to work and play.  

    Learn more about our area [ugic.us2.list-manage.com] on Visit Grand Junction's website [ugic.us2.list-manage.com] and Instagram [ugic.us2.list-manage.com]!

    At the City of Grand Junction, we proudly operate as an Equal Opportunity Employer, purposely building an inclusive workforce representative of various cultures, perspectives, and experiences. We believe in respect for all and do not discriminate based on hair, race, color, religion, creed, sex (including pregnancy, gender identity, gender expression and sexual orientation), national origin, age (40 or older), disability, genetic information, marital status, veteran status or any other status protected by applicable federal, state or local law.

    If you have any questions or need assistance or accommodations due to a disability, please contact our Human Resources office at 970.244.1512
  • 03 Apr 2024 9:06 AM | Anonymous


    This is a Student Trainee position that performs a variety of assignments of moderate difficulty involving any of the major areas of Geography and related disciplines which are planned to provide experience and training.

    This position will be located in St. Louis, MO and will not allow for regular or recurring telework.

  • 07 Mar 2024 10:06 AM | Anonymous
    Job Summary

    Under the administrative supervision of the Information Technology Director, the Geographic Information System (GIS) Analyst is responsible for all GIS operations in the County including technical and analytical duties involved in the development, implementation, coordination, and maintenance of the County's GIS.

    Essential Job Functions

    • Professional Experience utilizing ArcGIS Online and associated tools including Survey123, Field Maps, Experience builder, and web applications;
    • Performs a variety of Countywide GIS application development functions;
    • Evaluates, installs, maintains, and enhances GIS applications;
    • Utilizes ArcGIS Online and Portal for ArcGIS to create web maps and related applications;
    • Performs data compilation tasks that involve various types of utility and engineering data utilizing data entry and data migration and manipulation techniques;
    • Knowledge of data input and conversion capabilities to allow graphic and non-graphic data to be converted separately and linked together at a later date using Excel, Access and ArcMap;
    • Maintains, updates, and designs shapefiles and geospatial databases; extracts, cleans, adjusts, and converts data and information from non-GIS systems into GIS formats; uses scripts, queries, and other tools to obtain and/or correct missing or incorrect spatial and attribute data
    • Link excel spreadsheets created from downloading data from county Appraiser’s CAMA files 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
    • Manage aerial photos and vector layers with ArcSDE
    • Convert Arc coverages to GeoDatabases
    • Plot large-format paper maps from digital files
    • Performs ad hoc mapping duties including advanced spatial or network analysis;
    • Provides training and technical guidance to users and staff;
    • Develops and maintains various County spatial datasets;
    • Prepares reports, graphical and tabular, using GIS tools;
    • Manages the preparation and maintenance of GIS/IT databases, and comprehensive plans;
    • Assists in designing, developing, testing and implementing GIS applications to meet customer needs and organization requirements;
    • Assists in the maintenance of GIS spatial databases and servers; and
    • Other related duties as deemed necessary or as required.

    Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

    • Professional experience utilizing ArcGIS Online and associated tools including Survey123, Field Maps, Experience builder, and web applications
    • Technical Knowledge of GIS Software
    • Knowledge of the principles, techniques, and equipment used with ESRI ArcMap software
    • Knowledge of legal terminology concerning land descriptions
    • Knowledge of land surveying sufficient to convert data for mapping
    • Knowledge of property transaction records located in the County departments
    • Knowledge of photogrammetry, geo-referencing digital images
    • Knowledge of data input and conversion capabilities to allow graphic and non-graphic data to be converted separately and linked together at a later date using Excel, Access, and ArcMap
    • Skill in performing complex map drafting, and computing areas and closures from legal descriptions and maps using algebra, geometry, and trigonometry
    • Skill in operating and maintaining map reproduction equipment like blueprint machines, large format plotters, scribe and radiograph pens, protractors, engineer’s scales, land compass, and other equipment necessary for map preparation
    • Skill in interpreting and reading various types of maps
    • Skilled in computer programs, including GIS and Computer Aided Drafting software; word processing; spreadsheet; and data base, standard drafting tools; calculator; motor vehicle; phone; copier, and plotter/printers.

    Contact: gis@haysusa.com

    Job Announcement


  • 07 Mar 2024 9:59 AM | Anonymous

    Unified Government of Wyandotte County and Kansas City, KS

    Public Works is seeking an Insights & Solutions Developer to operationalize asset data for informed capital planning, streamlined field data collection, and efficiencies in daily operations. The successful candidate will become a subject matter expert on work order and project management data for the Unified Government (UG) Asset Management team within Public Works (PW). The position supports the implementation of our computerized maintenance management system (CMMS) and geographic information systems (GIS) users. Providing database administration for several core Public Works software, the role focuses on data design, integration challenges, and coordinating system upgrades. From field crews to UG administration and the public, the position will build and maintain data pipelines to facilitate improved customer service and public information sharing. The position will also customize ArcGIS Portal data, apps, and maps to meet the needs of public works.


    Bachelor’s degree in computer science Geography, or related field or any combination of equivalent experience and education which provides the requisite knowledge, skills and abilities to perform the essential functions of the position. Five years of experience as a database administrator. Two years of experience and training in the use of GIS software (preferably ESRI ArcGIS Pro) and necessary hardware. Advanced information technology troubleshooting skills. Knowledge of GIS and CMMS use within a utility or government organization is preferred. Desired software knowledge: Lucity (Central Square) or other CMMS, Access, SQL, Python, Crystal Reports, ESRI Suite; ArcGIS Pro, ArcGIS Desktop, ArcGIS Portal, ArcGIS Online, Field Maps, Excel, Notepadd++, basic HTML. Map document/map services design skills. Experience in field survey data collection. Interested in predictive analytics and machine learning. Must possess a valid Kansas Driver’s license. Must be a resident of Wyandotte County or willing to relocate within 12 months from date of hire. Must be able to pass a criminal background check.

    Salary Range: $28.76 - $39.25/hr.

    Contact: Tanner Start - tjstark@wycokck.org


  • 29 Feb 2024 7:36 AM | Katlynn Decker (Administrator)

    Position Summary:  

    The position (K0233511)

    The Kansas Department of Health and Environment has an Environmental Specialist opening in Topeka. The Bureau of Water is seeking a candidate with experience in ArcGIS, database management, and data analysis. Familiarity with programming is a plus, as is experience working with surface water quality data. The incumbent will have three primary responsibilities. First, they will maintain and update the Kansas Surface Water Register and its map, working closely with KDHE programs and external partners to ensure data consistency, quality, and currency. Second, they will provide technical support for monitoring programs in service to the Clean Water Act. This includes review and analysis of chemical and biological databases, water quality assessment, geospatial analysis, and production of maps and statistical analyses. Third, the incumbent will support the Harmful Algal Bloom response program, assisting with complaint tracking and mapping, workflow management, and outreach and coordination. The incumbent may also participate in field work and special projects, as needs arise; travel of 2-3 days per month is anticipated.

    Job Responsibilities may include but are not limited to the following:

     Serve as geospatial data manager for the section. Provide technical support to colleagues and maintain geospatial context for Clean Water Act mandated water quality assessments and associated efforts. Partner with unit chief to coordinate data management, QA/QC, and software for the section to ensure accurate assessment and reporting.  Develop code and customize tools to improve data management and analysis. Assist in updating national water quality databases (WQX and ATTAINS) and the National Hydrography database. Serve as liaison to KDHE IT department for Intranet Web Mapping applications and the public HAB web page as well as the state geospatial data repository (DASC). This work may require the use of multiple software programs and conversions among file formats.

    Update and maintain the KSWR list of classified waters of the state; maintain and develop accurate GIS coverages, coordinating with municipal, state, and federal partners as needed to research and correct errors in the National Map. Work closely with the Use Attainability Assessment (UAA) program and unit chief to ensure accuracy of KSWR designated uses and assist in maintaining UAA database. Maintain coverage of watersheds underlying classified and unclassified stream segments, lakes, wetlands, and associated data. Coordinate with the Planning and Standards Unit to ensure that WQS/KSWR updates and submittals are streamlined for triennial review.

    Hourly Pay Range: $25.05 - $26.31

    Recruiter Contact Information

    • Name:  Ashley Webb
    • Email:  Ashley.webb@ks.gov
    • Mailing Address: 1000 SW Jackson St. Suite 580 Topeka, KS 66612

  • 13 Dec 2023 9:54 PM | Joanna Rohlf (Administrator)

    Are you ready to make a difference in people's everyday lives by contributing to improved connectivity, transportation, safety, and community development? We are seeking a talented GIS Engineering Technician to join our Utilities team and play a crucial role in designing cutting-edge fiber networks across land and sea. If you are passionate about GIS and want to be a part of a dynamic team that values growth, professionalism, and collaboration, we invite you to apply for this exciting opportunity!

    Essential Functions

    Performs technical services for the design/analysis of fiber networks, long-haul telecommunication projects, and additional company project needs

    Works across project teams to understand clients, project objectives and be a value-added member of the team, offering suggestions for improvement, meeting deadlines, and performing quality work

    Develops a basic knowledge of general Fiber Optic network design for both city deployment and long-haul connections, as well as telecom utility construction standards

    Analyzes efficient routing and construction techniques for feasibility, digitizes physical features for base map purposes, determines and digitizes right-of-way (ROW) from plan sets, labels and dimensions permit for submittal

    Utilizes software to identify and access quality routing option

    Develops an understanding of other city/county utility design and implications to fiber routing

    Some travel to project sites for fielding purposes may be required

    Possesses an understanding of the OSP/ISP discipline and its design process, or is willing to learn that discipline through work experience

    Uses knowledge to work independently. However, uses good judgment in seeking help/answers to questions from project supervisor when necessary

    Shows continued and progressive professional development inside and outside of BHC

    Demonstrates a client focus and works to help our clients be successful.

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