Quantum Spatial, d/b/a NV5 Geospatial is seeking a GIS Developer to work directly with its federal government client. The successful candidate will develop native Mobile GIS applications and maintain existing Mobile GIS application for mission critical data collection and navigation. The federal client uses Environmental Systems Research Institute (ESRI) based Server, Desktop and Mobile applications and SDK’s.
Feel free to email Paul with questions at email@example.com. Apply at https://bit.ly/geoDevNv5
. Complete software development for current and future releases of Android mobile GIS application (potentially iOS), including new features and bug fixes based on client direction.
. Develop plan and complete testing to verify full system functionality and software/install update procedure and deploy software on a predetermined release cycle.
. Conduct Software Research and Development for mobile applications to develop, recommend or improve systems.
. Integrate developed assets with other client data portals as well as other platforms.
. Complete all client required training and follow policies for network access.
. Communicate with client interdisciplinary teams. (e.g., IT Security, IT System Engineers, Data Standards, etc.)
. Fully document all work needed or completed.
. Participate in the monthly/weekly client conference calls and in-person meetings.
. Be able to travel in support of mobile GIS program.
. GIS working experience
. Demonstrated professional experience of greater than 5 or more years in designing and developing mobile application in android.
. Demonstrated ability to work independently and with other people in a team environment.
. Has released production software using ESRI’s Runtime SDK
. Working experience with Java programming for mobile devices
. Working experience with Android Studio
. Working experience with XML
. Working knowledge of well-known version control systems (such as git and Azure DevOps).
. Working experience with GPS, Compass, Accelerometer, Camera, and other sensors on mobile devices.
. Understanding and experience with AGILE development as a part of team environment.
Kitsap County has an exciting opportunity for a GIS Programmer Analyst to join our team. The incumbent will be responsible for providing professional and technical expertise to customers and staff members in the areas of:
Position offers competitive wages, great benefits, pension, and work/life balance. For more information, and to apply, please visit GIS PROGRAMMER ANALYST | Job Details tab | Career Pages (governmentjobs.com)
Full time GIS Specialist at Lake Oswego
The city of Lake Oswego Engineering department is seeking to fill a full time Technical Support Specialist (GIS Specialist) position. This position will perform a variety of GIS and surveying duties. This position will require you to perform entry level tasks such as data entry and editing that is shared by all members of our GIS team but you will also be assigned more challenging tasks based on your experience or willingness to learn. To learn more and apply please follow this link. Thanks!
We are recruiting for a GIS Product Owner: http://weyer.jobs/17446
This role will manage our GIS data warehouse as a product and will lead a project to investigate cloud-native data storage options. They will also be involved in supporting new initiatives related to our growing carbon business. We’re especially interested in individuals with GIS project or product management experience.
In addition, we are recruiting for a GIS Analyst: http://weyer.jobs/17447
This role provides excellent GIS data stewardship and analysis for our business partners in Recreation Lease, Timberlands, and Acquisitions & Divestiture.
Regarding location, Safety is a core value at Weyerhaeuser. The work associated with these positions will be performed remotely during the COVID-19 pandemic. When employees can safely return to offices, the work will be performed in a hybrid capacity: partial telework, partial in our WY Headquarters in Seattle or one of our US Timberlands offices.
Please reach out if you have questions about these postings, our team, or our work
Chris Beaudette | GIS Services
Snohomish County division of Surface Water Management has an exciting opportunity for a well-qualified GIS analyst to support our service areas by providing essential GIS services to a dynamic group of engineers, scientists, planners and technicians. We use GIS services applied to asset database management, floodplain mapping, flood control infrastructure, storm water infrastructure, wetlands and streams, and natural resource planning.
Please apply on the Snohomish County website: GIS Analyst | Job Details tab | Career Pages (governmentjobs.com)
The Army Corps of Engineers, Willamette Valley Project is seeking a GIS Intern to work in the Environmental Stewardship section for a one year service term beginning in March 2022. Full details for this position can be found at the following link: https://www.thesca.org/serve/position/gis-intern/po-00732545
Applications are processed through the Student Conservation Association, which will necessitate creating an account on their website.
Bannock County is looking for a GIS Manager to lead our department. An updated job description is available at https://idahoworks.gov/jobs/1606885 or https://www.bannockcounty.us/human-resources/ (scroll to the bottom and click the Current Job Openings (PDF) link). This job has recently been modified to reflect some re-organization with Bannock County and might be worth revisiting if you’d previously looked at the older GIS Director position.
The Oregon Office of Data Governance and Transparency is looking for a seasoned technology professional with some project management skills who will be our Data and Operations Coordinator. This is a new role as we're building a new data unit within the Data Governance and Transparency Office.
First application review will take place December 6th. Check out the job posting on Workday for more information.
Job Opening: GIS Analyst II at Idaho Department of Water Resources (IDWR)
The Idaho Department of Water Resources (IDWR) has an exciting opportunity for a GIS professional to have an impact on Idaho water issues. IDWR is the state’s leader for natural resource Geographic Information Systems (GIS). Using GIS software, the Geospatial Technology Section delivers expertise, applications, data, and analyses to support all IDWR programs. IDWR is hiring a GIS Analyst II to join the Geospatial Technology Section in the State Office in downtown Boise. You can find more information at the Idaho Division of Human Resources - GIS Analyst II State of Idaho (governmentjobs.com).
Closing Date: 10/24/21
The City of Gresham, Oregon is seeking an experienced GIS Manager. Details and further information can be found here or this link: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/gresham/jobs/3233524/gis-manager?pagetype=jobOpportunitiesJobs