Snohomish County is hiring a GIS Analyst, Senior. Please review and apply HERE - https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/snohomish/jobs/3109187/gis-analyst-senior?page=3&pagetype=jobOpportunitiesJobs
Snohomish County is a great place to work with outstanding pay and benefits. Please apply or share with anyone who might be interested.
Jefferson County is seeking an experienced GIS Analyst/Cartographer. Please see the attached job descriptions and announcement for more information. There is only one opening and skills/experience/education will determine placement. Public and in-house recruitment will take place concurrently. The position will be open until filled with a first review occurring on June 11, 2021.
Idaho Dept of Water Resources is seeking candidates to fill a GIS Analyst II position with an emphasis in programming. Please have a look, share with anyone you feel might be interested, and feel free to cross-post.
The City and County of Butte-Silver Bow, Montana has posted a position for GIS Specialist I.
Details and further information may be found here, as well as the following link:
WestWater Research is actively seeking a motivated GIS Specialist for immediate employment. The qualified applicant will have a minimum of 2 years of full-time professional experience in GIS. The individual should be organized, able to work independently and be highly motivated in their career. The incumbent must have a strong background in GIS theory and proficient with the ESRI ArcGIS suite of products and applications. In addition to supporting the company's GIS needs, the position also includes collaborating in the development of several proprietary company databases and the management of contracted IT Managed Services agreements.
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Snohomish County is hiring!!! Come join us!
Snohomish County Surface Water Management (SWM), a Division of the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, is hiring a highly capable GIS Analyst, Senior to join our team.
SWM works in partnership with other local and regional agencies to improve Snohomish County now and for future generations. SWM provides a variety of programs and services for reducing road and property flooding and preserving and improving the health of Snohomish County's water resources and natural systems. We focus on four areas of service:
· Clean water in rivers, streams and lakes;
· Habitat for fish and aquatic wildlife;
· River flooding and erosion;
· Stormwater drainage systems.
You can find us responding to water-quality problems and complaints, monitoring river levels during flood season, maintaining drainage systems, managing habitat improvement projects and more.
Bring your Geographic Information System (GIS) technical expertise to SWM as a GIS Analyst, Senior to support our Asset Maintenance and Management System (AMMS) as well as providing essential and complex analysis and support to a dynamic group of engineers, scientists, planners and technicians. We use GIS services applied to floodplain mapping, flood control infrastructure, storm water infrastructure, wetlands and streams, National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) GIS database management, asset management, and natural resource planning.
Snohomish County uses ESRI’s ArcMap, ArcGIS Pro, ArcGIS Online (AGOL) and Portal for ArcGIS (Portal) and integrates our GIS data with Cartegraph software for our asset management program. As a GIS Analyst, Senior you will create and use automated geoprocesses using Python, create and manage map/feature services using AGOL and Portal, process big data to support County’s essential functions, improve existing data and be an indispensable part of the GIS Asset Maintenance and Management System team in collecting and documenting all of Snohomish County’s drainage assets. Collaboration and coordination with the other Snohomish County GIS departments and committees is an essential part of this position. Project management and problem-solving skills are a must for this position.
Successful applicants will have a background and experience in GIS, geography, environmental sciences, computer science, engineering, planning or related field. They will be able to work independently and as part of a team. We value the ability to analyze issues, develop solutions using creativity and ingenuity and clearly communicate complex data to varied audiences. Come join our team and build a career in the great northwest!
Declaration of Emergency
Snohomish County is currently under a Declaration of Emergency due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The County has put in place initiatives to protect the health of its employees, and as a result, this position may temporarily be assigned to telework. There may be occasions when this position may be required to work in the office or in the field to perform certain job duties. Safety guidelines in compliance with the state, CDC and Snohomish County Health District are required to be followed during those times.
About the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (DCNR)The Snohomish County Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (DCNR) includes the Division of Surface Water Management, the Division of Parks, Recreation and Tourism, the Office of Energy and Sustainability and the Office of Agriculture and aims to achieve high-priority environmental sustainability goals. Some of the greatest assets we have in Snohomish County are our unparalleled beauty and abundant natural resources. From the Puget Sound and five watersheds, to forestland, lakes, farms, ranches and parks, our quality of life, economic prosperity and future sustainability are dependent on protecting and improving our environmental resources. Visit the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources web page to learn more. For further information on Snohomish County Surface Water Management’s programs, please go to www.surfacewater.info.
About Snohomish County
Snohomish County, north of Seattle, is located in northwest Washington between the Puget Sound and the Cascade Mountains. The county has rich scenery, numerous activities and a thriving economy. Snohomish County is a great place to live, work, play, and raise a family. When joining Public Works, you will work in an environment where innovation, collaboration and continuous improvement are highly encouraged and supported. We are proud to offer an outstanding benefit package to employees and their dependents. We are invested in your success and growth and offer competitive wages, job flexibility and stability, employer paid ORCA cards, and a friendly, diverse team atmosphere where employees are appreciated and make a real difference providing services for our citizens. We strive to not only provide a meaningful job, but a lifelong career.
Snohomish County - The Future We Choose
Snohomish County will be invested in your success and growth and offers the following benefits to our employees:
STATEMENT OF ESSENTIAL JOB DUTIES
STATEMENT OF OTHER JOB DUTIES
Bachelor’s Degree in GIS, geography, computer science, engineering, planning, natural resources or related field; AND two (2) years of GIS or automated mapping experience; OR any equivalent combination of training and/or experience that provides the required knowledge and abilities. Must pass job related tests.
Master’s Degree preferred.
A valid Washington State Driver’s license may be required in some divisions for employment.
KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITIES
Employees receive supervision from a supervisor or manager, while team members provide guidance. The employee carries out assignments on his/her own initiative and receives additional, specific instructions when relevant. Work is performed with considerable independence and may be checked to assure adherence to instructions and conformance with established departmental policies, procedures, and quality assurance standards.
The work is performed in an office environment with some field trips to locations throughout the county for the purpose of data collection, quality control, and to increase understanding of projects. Prepares for and provides GIS support during emergency situations including floods, earthquakes, and storms. When on call, employees may be required to carry a county mobile phone, have connectivity and be available to work evenings, weekends, and holidays.
Snohomish County is an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) employer. Accommodations for individuals with disabilities are provided upon request.
Weyerhaeuser is hiring!
Come join the GIS Services team at Weyerhaeuser! We're hiring a GIS Data Team Lead. This is a great opportunity within an incredibly important part of our organization. This is one position but multiple possible locations.
Details here: http://weyer.jobs/15903
The Benton County, WA GIS Department is looking to fill a GIS Technician II position. The position is at the Benton County Justice Center in Kennewick, WA.
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The Idaho Department of Water Resources (IDWR) is looking for a Remote Sensing Analyst. The position is at the IDWR state office in Boise, Idaho. The job announcement is open until Feb 3, 2021.
This position will plan, design, develop, schedule and conduct complex remote sensing analysis projects.
For details on this job posting, go to https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/idaho?keywords=remote
Land Records Technician I/II
Education and Experience:
College degrees must have been conferred by an institution of higher education and have National Recognition of Accrediting Agencies by the U.S. Secretary of Education; official transcripts may be required at the time of hire.
Knowledge of: Legal descriptions pertaining to land ownership, research methods to determine right-of-way and property ownership history (chain of title), principles of geographic mapping and cartography, Esri ArcGIS Desktop and ArcGIS Pro software, mathematics, and effective methods and principles of customer service and problem-solving.
Ability to: Read, understand and interpret legal descriptions and legal documents as they pertain to real property; understand and respond to map product requests from the public; understand and respond to questions as they pertain to the County’s property maps and land records; learn and remain current on technical processes, trends, and applicable computer software; and establish and maintain working relationships with employees and the public.
Duties may include but are not limited to the following: