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  • 05 May 2017 11:31 AM | Ted MacKinnon (Administrator)

    Are you trained in GIS, with experience in a utility field? Do you have general knowledge of water distribution and wastewater/stormwater collection systems? Do you take pride in producing high quality, detailed work in a steady paced environment? If so, this may be the opportunity for you! 

    With a mandate to provide world class services for our customers and our environment, Halifax Water is Canada’s first regulated water, wastewater and stormwater utility serving a population of about 355,000 in Halifax Regional Municipality. Halifax Water

    Halifax Water is seeking a 12 month term Engineering Information Technician (Level I or II) to join the Engineering and IS Department. The Engineering Information Technician will assist in the GIS maintenance, updating, retrieval, display and dissemination of record information in its many formats within Halifax Water as well as the production of engineering drawings and sketches.  

    As an Engineering Information Technician, you bring at least one (1) year of experience, preferably in a utility environment, combined with a Diploma in GIS, CAD or equivalent program and related training and experience. Past work experience in a GIS environment, strong computer skills and general knowledge of water distribution and wastewater / stormwater collection systems are considered assets. As an ideal candidate, you demonstrate the ability to perform high quality, detailed work in a steady paced environment. 

    In addition to a collegial work environment that promotes a work-life balance, Halifax Water offers its employees a challenging and rewarding career with a competitive compensation and benefits package, opportunities for professional development, and incentive programs. As a member of the team at Halifax Water, you will be contributing to the success of the utility while delivering water, wastewater and stormwater services in an integrated, cost effective and environmentally sound manner with a commitment to long term sustainability.  

    For more information on this position, please view our website (www.halifaxwater.ca). Completed cover letters and resumes, stating Competition #HW17-17E, must be received by 12 noon on May 18, 2017 and may be forwarded via fax to 490-6934 or email jobs@halifaxwater.ca or mailed to Halifax Water, Human Resources Department, P.O. Box 8388, RPO CSC, Halifax, N.S. B3K 5M1.  

    http://www.halifax.ca/HalifaxWater/Employment/EngC3.php

  • 06 Feb 2017 7:58 PM | Andrew Van Wychen

    My name is Andrew van Wychen and I am a Geographic Information Systems student seeking a co-op or student opportunity to gain work experience in Nova Scotia.

    I have excelled in my coursework in GIS maintaining a 4.0 GPA in the BGIS program at the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology (SAIT). I have a previous degree in Biology from Mt. Allison University and extensive experience working in a food and environmental microbiology laboratory.

    After deciding I wanted to make a career change I was drawn to the field of GIS and enrolled in the BGIS program at SAIT. Having completed the program I am now pursuing a opportunity to transition into the field of GIS and to gain experience in the industry.

    For further information you can view my website at awvanwychen.wixsite.com/portfolio where you can find a copy of my resume, contact information, a portfolio describing some of my training and work experience and a 'employer guide' describing the co-op/practicum requirements.

    Thank you,

    Andrew van Wychen

  • 30 Jan 2017 11:52 AM | James Morrow

    Manager- Asset Information Services (Permanent)

    Transportation & Infrastructure Renewal

    Location: HALIFAX, NS

    Competition # 344 

    Duties

    The incumbent is responsible for developing and deploying asset information solutions within Transportation by using an overall strategic framework and comprehensive project plan methodology.  Facilitates planning sessions, identifies overall operational direction and scope, and ensures that outcomes are aligned with broader asset information initiatives within Transportation and other government departments. The incumbent will also ensure implementation of asset information management plans by integrating a spatial information management approach that aligns with daily operations throughout the department, including the integration of GIS tools with the Provincial Road Listing Database, the Departments Automatic Vehicle Locator (AVL) and Structures Information Systems as well as the Provincial civic addressing program.  Ensures the asset information environment is designed to capture, manage, present, and monitor asset information, demonstrating continued focus on business goals and supporting corporate decision making. Other duties include directing the development, continual improvement, renewal and administration of Transportation’s infrastructure information, mapping services and associated geographic information management policies, systems and planning. Ensures adherence to departmental strategic directives, legislative requirements and best practices. 

    The Manager provides leadership and strategic direction for sustainable information management and information technology within the department by ensuring that the information and technologies are well aligned with the current and future needs of the department’s business areas.  Oversees the development of standards, policies and operational procedures relative to system requirements that clearly support business processes and maintain an open information architecture. Recommends software requirements and digital file storage systems to support informed management decisions across business areas. Leads the collection, tracking and ongoing maintenance of asset information within the department by developing policies and procedures for data collection, changes to data attributes and dissemination of asset information.

    The incumbent ensures the effective management of human and financial resources by setting and evaluating staff performance targets, promoting diversity and a healthy, respectful workplace, demonstrating the leadership competencies, respecting corporate human resources practices, promoting teamwork and individual development, maintaining internal communication, monitoring revenues and expenditures, adhering to procurement guidelines, acquiring goods and services in the most cost effective manner, and accurately forecasting budget requirements for the fiscal year.

    Qualifications

    Bachelor of Science degree, plus 5 years of professional management experience and supervisory experience. Candidates with an acceptable equivalent combination of training and experience may be considered.  Demonstrates expertise in a variety of Highway Program concepts, practices and procedures. Relies on extensive experience in asset management, project planning, and GIS to plan and accomplish goals.  Ability to take a concept and turn it into a functioning service or program that meets or exceeds expectations. A wide degree of creativity and latitude is expected. Demonstrates a proven track record of management experience. Ability to solve problems. Strong analytic ability and experience with strategic planning processes and procedures.

    This position requires the incumbent to have strong project planning, asset management, GIS and IT skills.  Knowledge of asset management in a transportation environment is essential.

    Special Statement

    Offer of employment is conditional upon the completion of all applicable background checks and confirmation of credentials, the results of which must be satisfactory to the employer or will result in termination of your employment.

    Competencies

    Teamwork & Collaboration

    Change Leadership

    Decisiveness

    Developing Others

    Effective Interactive Communication

    Inspirational Leadership

    Intercultural Diversity Proficiency

    Partnering & Relationship Building

    Self-Awareness & Personal Impact

    Pay Grade:  EC 11

    Salary Range: $67,280.00 - $92,510.00 Bi-Weekly

    Posting Closing Date: Feb 13, 2017

    To Apply see https://jobs.novascotia.ca/job/HALIFAX-Manager-Asset-Information-Services-NS-B3J-2N2/354281517/

    For questions or concerns, please contact Competitions@novascotia.ca

  • 07 Dec 2016 8:27 PM | Ted MacKinnon (Administrator)

    The Department of Earth Sciences at Dalhousie University seeks to fill a full-time instructor position in the field of Geographic Information Systems. 

    The successful candidate will be responsible for teaching the concepts and applications of GIS and remote sensing, and with the general development of the GIS programme. In addition, he or she will teach the use of other computer applications, assist in the delivery of the department’s field schools, manage the GIS laboratory and equipment, and support other teaching and research in the Department.

    Applicants must have a minimum of M.Sc. in Earth Sciences or a closely related field, with relevant experience teaching GIS and related concepts. In addition, the successful applicant will have experience in one or more of: government or industry employment, supervision of student research projects, geophysical field methods and instrumentation, operation and management of computer systems and networks, and troubleshooting and repair of electronic equipment.

    The Instructor will also contribute to Department, Faculty, and University committees and administration as needed, especially in areas relevant to undergraduate teaching. The Instructor will be actively involved in Department outreach activities. Continuing professional development, particularly in learning and teaching, is strongly encouraged.

    The complete application should include: CV, list of publications, a statement of teaching interests and experience, evidence of teaching effectiveness (e.g., student evaluations, etc), a completed Self- Identification Questionnaire, which can be found at: www.dal.ca/becounted/selfid, and the contact information for at least three referees with knowledge of your teaching abilities. Letters of reference will be solicited by the Search Committee and should not be sent with the initial application. 

    The application deadline is 16 January, 2017 for an anticipated start date of 1 July, 2017.

    The application should be sent to: GIS Instructor Search Committee, c/o Norma Keeping, Department of Earth Sciences. Dalhousie University, PO Box 15000, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada B3H 4R2; tel. (902) 494 2358, fax (902) 494 6889, or e-mail: Norma.Keeping@Dal.Ca.

    The Department is ranked 4th among Earth Sciences departments in Canada by MacLean’s Magazine and is currently in a faculty growth phase. The main campus is situated in Halifax – a city known for its youthful spirit, rich history, and scenic waterfront.

    Dalhousie is committed to fostering a collegial culture grounded in diversity and inclusiveness. The university encourages applications from qualified Aboriginal people, persons with a disability, racially visible persons, women, persons of minority sexual orientations and gender identities, and all qualified candidates who would contribute to the diversity of our community. All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadians and permanent residents will be given priority.

    Information about the Earth Sciences department, current faculty, and research and teaching programmes can be found at: http://www.dal.ca/faculty/science/earth-sciences.html


  • 03 Dec 2016 4:13 PM | Ted MacKinnon (Administrator)

    NSCC (AGRG) is looking for a Research Associate in Nova Scotia. As a member of NSCC’s Applied Geomatics Research Group (AGRG) of the Annapolis Valley Campus, you will be responsible for drone maintenance and processing of data, as well responsible for processing airborne and mobile based lidar for coastal erosion studies and other coastal applications. You will be responsible to process and classify airborne lidar (topo-bathymetric), ground-based and mobile lidar scans as well as point clouds derived from aerial photos (drone and fixed wing aircraft).

     ... for more details and how to apply see https://canadiangis.com/job/research-associate

  • 01 Dec 2016 10:28 AM | Ted MacKinnon (Administrator)

    GIS Officer (Permanent) with Elections Nova Scotia -Please quote Competition #ENS2733SR

    Reporting to the Manager Geographic Information Systems, the GIS Analyst is part of a team which is accountable for developing, maintaining, and analyzing geographic information in support of the electoral process in Nova Scotia.  The GIS Analyst is required to use their knowledge of GIS tools and methods to develop innovative solutions for map production; automation of processes; and data analysis.

    It is an exciting time to be part of the broader Elections Nova Scotia team where employees multi-task, as necessary, to ensure the continuing renewal of the electoral process and fulfill the agency's mandate of election readiness planning, electoral finance management, and the administration of electoral events.

    Qualifications:

    Graduate from an approved GIS technical school in the field of GIS. The ideal applicant would be well versed with GIS principle and cartography, have experience with database administration specifically working with GIS databases; hands-on experience using ESRI's ArcGIS application software and skills in the techniques and methods of geographic information systems, automated mapping systems, cartography, and network routing.

    The ability to multi-task and meet deadlines, juggle multiple priorities, work independently and as part of a team in a dynamic, fast-paced environment is essential. The incumbent must also be detail-oriented and have strong oral and written communication skills. Elections experience and knowledge would be considered assets.

    Offer of employment is conditional upon the completion of all applicable background checks and confirmation of credentials, the results of which must be satisfactory to the employer or will result in termination of your employment.  

    Pay Grade:   PR 01 - PR 10

    Salary Range:   $36,095 - $62,776

    Closing Date:   December 15, 2016

    To Apply see https://www.careerbeacon.com/posting/590917/elections-nova-scotia/gis-officer-1-a-b-2-a-c-permanent-halifax/halifax-city/



  • 11 Aug 2016 10:30 AM | Ted MacKinnon (Administrator)

    Halifax Regional Municipality (HRM) is inviting applications for the permanent position of Data Analyst, Finance & ICT.

    Reporting to the Manager, Business Intelligence & Data Services (BIDS) the Data Analyst is responsible for the development, analysis, management and coordination of HRM data assets (spatial and non-spatial) established through corporate initiatives and operations. The Data Analyst leads in all technical practices encompassing the rationalization, collection, processing, distribution, analysis, archiving and governance of HRM data assets. The Data Analyst works closely with other data professionals within ICT to ensure data policies, standards compliances and defined corporate data management targets are met. The incumbent also acts as a liaison with external agencies to address their needs relative to HRM data assets.

    DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

    Data Management

    Identify and/or profile the potential or existing internal and external data resources.

    Develop and/or manage data maintenance plans to maintain and support the existing data assets. This would include, but not be limited to, procedures for: data integrity; data auditing; data security; data archiving; and data retention.

    Develop an understanding of business and corporate needs. This would include the ability to develop logical data models to meet those business needs, and to develop physical data models to properly implement those needs in a physical operating environment.

    Maintain the existing logical and physical data models.

    Under the guidance of the Manager, BIDS, collaborate with the GIS and data technician staff within the ICT BIDS team to coordinate workflow.

    Perform advanced non-spatial and spatial data analysis.

    Identify and escalate data management standards compliance issues.

    Act as the technical liaison between HRM data asset management and external agencies.

    Data Governance

    Endeavour to become the subject matter expert on the data and processes related to their assigned data portfolio.

    Exhibit strong relationship building and relationship management skills to become a trusted source to the Strategic Data Steward and other key business positions.

    Provide expert guidance and recommendations on resolving disputes regarding data definitions, data quality, data boundaries and access rights.

    Under the guidance of the Enterprise Data Architect, establish and maintain corporate data models.

    Facilitate meeting sessions for a diverse audience of HRM employees.

    Provide input with regard to resource and solution implementation cost into data governance related budget development.

    Define, maintain and publish, in collaboration with Data Custodians, data definitions.

    Assist in designing and/or optimize business processes related to data management lifecycle.

    Identify data quality issues and root causes and elevate findings to Strategic Data Stewards.

    Define, in collaboration with Strategic Data Stewards, data quality targets (metrics) and data quality reporting requirements.

    Design and implement, in collaboration with Enterprise Data Architect and Manager, BIDS, metadata capture processes, data quality measurement baselines and data quality monitoring solutions.

    Provide scheduled and ad-hoc reporting on all aspects of data governance to the Strategic Data Stewards.

    Maintain the integrity of the metadata repository.

    Identify and escalate data access violation incidents.

    Assist in reviewing and approving the data access requests.

    Engage business units for identifying, evaluating and prioritizing data releases for Open Data.

    Business Intelligence

    Identify authoritative source for each data subject area.

    Perform system level data analysis; table and column level data analysis.

    Capture source metadata.

    Develop and maintain data mart models.

    Performs other related duties, as assigned.

    QUALIFICATIONS

    Education and Experience:

    Post-secondary degree relevant to information management, analytics, GIS, or statistics.

    A minimum of three years of relevant experience with data management & analysis, Business Intelligence or GIS, preferably within public sector.

    Demonstrated experience in GIS tools, database management systems and/or development tools.

    Familiarity with Master Data Management practices; Data Governance practices; Business Intelligence related data analysis; Business Process Management; and ITIL Concepts.

    Experience in Customer Relationship Management is preferred.

    Experience working in a municipal environment is preferred.

    Technical/Job Specific Knowledge:

    Thorough knowledge of HRM data assets, corporate GIS data files; municipal government workings; components including tables, joins and SQL querying.

    Thorough knowledge of GIS data practices, procedures, guidelines and standards; GIS concepts and trends, GIS analysis techniques.

    Ability to combine data from multiple sources when needed for the analysis.

    Effective communication, relationship management, tact, and negotiating and interpersonal skills.

    Effective statistical analysis techniques.

    Effective knowledge of Data Warehousing technologies; BI and analytics.

    Familiarity with the use case analysis, business process re-engineering in related to data quality improvement.

    Familiarity with data initiatives within the provincial government as well as other external agencies.

    **Testing may be conducted as a component of the selection process to assess technical and job specific knowledge. Candidates who are selected for testing may be tested in a group setting scheduled at the employer's discretion.

    Security Clearance Requirement: Candidates being considered for the position of Data Analyst will be required to sign a confidentiality agreement.

    Competencies: Analytical Thinking; Communication; Customer Service; Decision Making; Organization and Planning; Teamwork and Cooperation; Valuing Diversity

    WORK STATUS: Permanent, Full Time

    HOURS OF WORK: 35 hours per week, Monday to Friday, 8:30am - 4:30pm, overtime hours may be required.

    SALARY: Level 6 Information Services, $43.38 per hour as per NSUPE Local 13 Collective Agreement (employees may be compensated at 90% of this rate for the probationary period).

    WORK LOCATION: Duke Tower, Halifax and Eric Spicer Building, Dartmouth

    CLOSING DATE: Applications will be received up to midnight on August 23, 2016.

    During the recruitment process, applicants have the right to request accommodation. Applicants invited to participate in an assessment process (such as an interview or testing) and who require accommodation, should discuss their needs with the Recruiter when invited to the assessment process.

    We encourage applications from qualified African Nova Scotians, racially visible persons, women in non-traditional positions, persons with disabilities and Aboriginal persons in the workplace. HRM encourages applicants to self-identify.

    Qualified HRM retirees may also be considered for competitions if other qualified candidates are not available, and the retiree possesses specialized knowledge and/or a unique skill set not otherwise available. In these circumstances, a form of employment may be offered, including term and/or contract employment.

    This is a bargaining unit position. External applicants will only be considered if there are no qualified bargaining unit candidates.

    (position # 72282525)

    Click here to Apply



  • 08 Aug 2016 12:50 PM | Ted MacKinnon (Administrator)
    Halifax Water

    Do you have past experience with GIS and computerized maintenance management system (CMMS) software applications?

    Would you enjoy, as a member of the GIS Technical workgroup, being responsible to analyze, transform and ultimately resolve GIS solutions in support of Operational Maintenance Management (OMM) initiatives?

    Do you have general knowledge of water distribution and wastewater / stormwater collection systems? If so, this may be the opportunity for you!


    With a mandate to provide world class services for our customers and our environment, Halifax Water is Canada’s first regulated water, wastewater and stormwater utility serving a population of about 355,000 in Halifax Regional Municipality.

    Halifax Water is seeking a regular GIS Application Administrator – OMM to join the Engineering and Information Services department. The successful incumbent in this new position will be responsible for the administration and configuration of GIS based systems including database design, application development, database maintenance, and spatial database administration as applied to the Operation Maintenance Management (OMM) / Geographic Information Systems (GIS) interface at Halifax Water.

    As a GIS Application Administrator – OMM, you bring to the role a minimum of 5 years’ experience working in GIS project development and coordination along with 2 years’ experience working in a database management capacity. You also possess an Advanced GIS diploma or equivalent combination of training and work experience in GIS and database administration along with a University Degree preferably in Engineering, Science or Computer Science or equivalent training and experience.

    In addition, you have certified training in GIS and database administration and you have hands on experience with computerized management maintenance systems (CMMS). Ideally, you have knowledge in the area of water, wastewater and stormwater systems and have led database development and implementation projects.

    For more information on this CUPE Local 1431 bargaining unit position, please view our website (www.halifaxwater.ca). As part of the selection process, applicants meeting the minimum qualifications for the position may be required to demonstrate their knowledge, skills and abilities for the position through a set of practical applications.

    In addition to a collegial work environment that promotes a work-life balance, Halifax Water offers its employees a challenging and rewarding career with a competitive compensation and benefits package (including a defined benefit pension plan), opportunities for professional development, and multiple incentive programs. As a member of the team at Halifax Water, you will be contributing to the success of the utility while delivering water, wastewater and stormwater services in an integrated, cost effective and environmentally sound manner with a commitment to long term sustainability.

    Completed cover letters and resumes, stating Competition #HW15-81ER, must be received by 4:30 pm on September 1, 2016 and may be forwarded via fax to 490-6934 or email jobs@halifaxwater.ca or mailed to Halifax Water, Human Resources Department, P.O. Box 8388, RPO CSC, Halifax, N.S. B3K 5M1.

    Halifax Water is an equal opportunity employer


  • 14 Jul 2016 4:31 PM | Ted MacKinnon (Administrator)

     HALIFAX PORT AUTHORITY

    POSITION TITLE:                 Real Property Assistant (2 year Term)

    INCUMBENT:                      

    DEPARTMENT:                    Real Estate

    EFFECTIVE DATE:              June 2016

                                                                                                                                                   

    Position Summary

    Performs real property functions and administrative duties for Real Estate including Geographical Information System (GIS), review of property grants/documents and real estate related documents, Payment in Lieu of Taxes, and preparing letters and reports as directed by the Manager, Real Property.

    Organization Structure

    The Real Property Assistant reports to the Manager, Real Property.   Other positions reporting the Manager, Real Property is a seasonal student and the Lease Administrator with shared reporting with the Manager, Real Estate and Tenant Services.

    Regular Duties and Responsibilities

    A.        Real Property/GIS:

    1.                  Creates maps and inputs and updates data into the GIS System ensuring accuracy.

    2.                  Reconciles square footage of property.

    3.                  Prepares tenant leases.

    B.        PILT (Property Tax)

    1.      Assists in reconciliation of Assessment file to HPA’s tenant records.

    2.      Assists in reconciliation of Halifax Regional Municipality tax file to HPA’s records.

    C.        Administration:

    1.         Prepares letters and reports for the Manager, Real Property.

    2.         Responds to general day-to-day queries and escalates as required to the Manager, Real Property.

    E.        Other

                1.         Complies with HPA’s Environmental Management Policy and demonstrates          knowledge and adherence to the Environmental Management System (EMS),          including associated programs and procedures applicable to daily tasks.  Detailed roles and responsibilities are included in the EMS Core Manual.

    NOTE:           These are only the basic and primary duties; related and allied duties may be assigned from time-to-time as may become necessary to the operation of the Authority.

    Job Specifications

    1. Successful completion of Grade 12 with a Geographic Information diploma or post secondary University education with GIS as part of the program.
    2. One (1) to two (2) years’ work related experience.
    3. Proficient in Word, Excel, and Microsoft Office products.
    4. Proficient in Geographic Information Systems is essential.
    5. Familiarity with the PILT Act or Property Tax, legal survey plans, commercial real estate documents would be an asset.
    6. Above average skill in Excel an asset.

     Working Conditions

    Normal Working conditions, overtime as required.

    Competencies/Performance Skills

    Communication:

    Able to communicate (verbally and in writing) effectively and professionally both internally and externally. Listens to understand and is able to communicate issues and concerns through the proper channels. 

    Team/Relationship Building:

    Interacts and cooperates with others in a respectful and supportive manner to assist in accomplishing team objectives.

    Decision Making:                                       

    Prioritizes workload. Understands impact of decisions on others.

    Able to make decisions on day to day activity that will move the organization forward.

    Results Oriented:

    Demonstrates ability to remain focused and effective under stressful situations.  Time lines met and goals accomplished.

    Daily work prioritized, planned and carried out effectively.  Demonstrates ability to be self directed and self-motivated.

    Leadership:

    Personal leadership is required to identify gaps between general performance and expectations. Initiates or process and performance improvement.

    Adaptability:

    Accepts the need for change and is able to learn and adjust quickly.

    Negotiation:

    Able to use persuasionin reaching an integrative agreement, or a settlement of some matter that is mutually beneficial to the Authority and its internal and external stakeholders.

    Project Management:

    Identifies objectives, project scope and resources.  Develops and adheres to a critical path and measures and evaluates effectiveness or project.

    To apply send your resume and cover letters to Denise Drake - Halifax Port Authority, Human Resources Administrator ddrake@portofhalifax.ca


  • 14 Jul 2016 4:22 PM | Ted MacKinnon (Administrator)

    GIS Conservation Planner - Nova Scotia Nature Trust 

    Job location: Halifax 

    Closing date: Sept 10, 2016 

    The successful candidate will help advance the Nature Trust’s work by integrating best practices, data, science, and expert knowledge to develop a series of GIS-based conservation prioritizations to inform strategic planning around habitat conservation on privately‐owned lands in Nova Scotia.  The position entails acquiring, compiling and integrating environmental, ecological and property-related data, seeking input from experts and conservation partners, and developing and implementing GIS-based prioritization methodology and models to develop conservation prioritization “blueprints” to support the strategic, science-driven advancement of the Nature Trust’s conservation work.

    Key Activities:

    • Review relevant data collection, and GIS conservation strategies and models completed or underway.
    • Identify, acquire, compile, manage and/or integrate environmental and property-related spatial data sets and knowledge from partner organizations.  Where necessary identify and fill data and knowledge gaps.
    • Develop a replicable GIS‐based private land conservation model, plan and priority map that can be used to assess, rank and make decisions related to specific private lands identified for potential conservation.
    • Seek input from experts and conservation partners through workshops, and through ongoing communication.  Liaise and cooperate with other conservation organizations and individuals regarding testing and refinement of methodologies and sharing of findings related to conservation planning.

    Required Qualifications:

    • Degree, diploma or other GIS certification from a recognized institution specializing in Planning, Cartography, Geographic Information Systems, Surveying or Remote Sensing.
    • Post secondary qualification in geography, planning or a related field.
    • A minimum of 3-5 years’ experience developing, implementing and maintaining complex GIS solutions, and performing a wide diversity of GIS-related tasks.
    • Proficiency using ArcGIS 10.x
    • Experience in organizing, editing, managing and manipulating spatial data.
    • Exceptional attention to detail and accuracy.
    • Ability to communicate in a professional manner.
    • An enthusiastic self-starter with the ability to take initiative, work independently and to meet deadlines.

    Preferred Qualifications:

    • Experience in conservation, particularly land preservation and habitat/species conservation.
    • Proven abilities to use GIS specifically in the land conservation/conservation science planning context
    • Experience managing large, complex GIS projects
    • Demonstrated experience collaborating with other parties to obtain data sources and to coordinate scientific peer review of products, modelling methodology etc.
    • Experience using Python and Model Builder
    • Cartographic design and layout

    To Apply - click here and follow provided instructions


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