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Quick Jobs Index (click the title for detailed job description)
|Position Title||Location||Organization||Salary Range||Closing Date|
|Planner II||Jefferson City, MO||City of Jefferson City||$45,161.59 - $67,742.38||01/13/2016|
|GIS Intern||Jefferson City, MO||State Historic Preservation Office||$13.00 per hour max 1000 hours||?|
|GIS and I.T. Support Technician||Branson, MO||White River Valley Electrical Cooperative||?||12/04/2015?|
|GIS Analyst||Lawrence, KS||City of Lawrence||$41,771 to $53,000||12/16/2015|
|Graduate Research Assistantships||St. Louis, MO||St. Louis University||$16000||12/31/2015|
|System Support Analyst
|Columbia, MO||University of Missouri School of Medicine||?||?|
|GIS Analyst||Columbia, MO||Boone County||?||Until Filled|
|Long Range Planning Assistant Director||Nashville, TN||Tennessee Dept. of Transportation||?||?|
|Web Developer / Designer / Analyst||Columbia, MO||Boone County||$51,750 - $54,995||Until Filled|
|Cartography Technicians||Olathe, KS||Garmin International||?||?|
Other Employment Resources
The GIS Jobs Clearinghouse: http://www.gjc.org/
The City of Jefferson is currently accepting applications for a Planner II for our Planning and Protective Services Department on behalf of the Capital Area Metropolitan Planning Organization (CAMPO). This position reports to the Senior Long Range Transportation Planner and provides professional planning support to senior planning staff in the areas of current planning/zoning and long range planning. The Planner II participates in zoning administration, plan review, maintenance of geographic information systems (GIS) layers, research, preparation of reports and exhibits.
$45,161 - $67,742. Closes 01/13/2016.
For more information please visit http://www.jeffersoncitymo.gov/government/employment_opportunities.php.
The GIS Intern position is for 2 years, and as a “seasonal” classification, cannot exceed 1,000 hours of work per year, maximum $13,000 per year, or $13.00 per hour. Hours worked need to be between 8:00 am – 5:00 pm, either all day, part days, or a combination. The schedule may be flexible, as in working fewer or working up to a full 40-hour week. Individuals will be assisting with digitizing and mapping archaeological, architectural, and historic information within Missouri.
Ideally we would like to have a person with both archaeology and a GIS expertise/experience, however, given the needs of the position, the GIS specialty is the more important. Please contact email@example.com for more details.
GIS and I.T. Support Technician
White River Valley Electric Cooperative seeks a motivated, qualified candidate to fill the GIS & I.T. Support Technician position at our Branson office. Applicants will be asked to demonstrate their knowledge as it relates to the requirements listed on the attached Job Description. Hours, responsibilities, and requirements are also outlined in the Job Description.
Maintain and support mapping system while assisting Information Technology Department in supporting, deploying, and troubleshooting computer and other related devices.
- Will engage in activities to identify and implement changes to the mapping system in order to improve usability for the end user.
- Continually seek to maintain and improve accuracy of mapping system and validity of resultant data provided to other systems.
- Create custom maps and data sets for specific purposes as requested.
- Installs, maintains, supports, and supplies training for mapping systems as it relates to all departments and platforms.
- Assist with answering and resolving incoming I.T. based support requests.
- Education - Associate’s degree in Geography, Engineering, Computer Science, or related field
Experience - Minimum two (2) years of experience using ESRI ArcGIS software.
Minimum two (2) years of experience working with relational database software.
Minimum two (2) years’ experience working with computers
Knowledge of the electric distribution system.
An equivalent combination of education and experience sufficient to successfully perform the duties of the job may be considered.
Written and verbal test will be required to verify skillset.
- Abilities and Skills - Effective verbal and written communication skills are required; must be able to maintain positive working relationships with other departments and personnel, outside agencies, consultants, vendors, and the general public.
- Physical requirements include lifting up to 30 pounds rarely. Subject to sitting and vision (including the ability to distinguish color) constantly; handling, fine dexterity, hearing and talking frequently; standing, walking and reaching occasionally; lifting, carrying pushing/pulling and bending rarely.
- Working conditions involves climate controlled office environment and occasionally working outdoors.
TO APPLY, SEND RESUME AND COVER LETTER TO:
White River Valley Electric Cooperative
Attn.: Robert Johnston
P.O. Box 969
Branson, MO 65616
OR EMAIL TO: RJohnston@WhiteRiver.org
Applications will be accepted through Friday, December 4, 2015.
White River Valley Electric Cooperative is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DEPARTMENT
Starting Salary: $41,771 to $53,000 Annually DOQ
RESPONSIBILITIES: The City of Lawrence is currently seeking to fill the position of GIS Analyst. The position reports to the GIS Coordinator. The position will focus on supporting GIS needs for several departments including but not limited to Information Technology, Public Works, Fire/Medical and Parks and Recreation. The position supports a wide spectrum of GIS data related to city infrastructure (street pavement, storm sewer, park irrigation, fiber optic, etc...), subdivisions, easements, LiDAR/topography/contours, base map data, aerial photography and more. Responsibilities include maintaining and updating geospatial databases, responding to internal map and data requests, maintaining informational maps and map books, assisting the GIS Coordinator with long and short term GIS projects, converting geodatabases, performing geographic analysis, developing, documenting and automating workflows; designing and maintaining field collection applications through the Esri ArcGIS Online platform.
QUALIFICATIONS: The ideal candidate will be a self-motivated, professional and personable individual with an attention to detail. 2 years’ experience with GIS with formal education or training in a GIS, engineering or drafting course. A bachelor’s degree is preferred with major course work in GIS, geography, computer science, physical science or other related field. Prior experience with Esri ArcGIS Desktop software/extensions, ModelBuilder, COGO editing, geometric network editing, relational database software (such as MS Access or MS SQL Server), and grasp of basic programming concepts is preferred. The successful candidate will pass the post offer City physical and drug screen.
PAY RANGE: $41,771 to $60,568 annually
Health, Dental and Life Insurance: Single premium paid by the City. Various dependent coverage levels available.
Vacation: 12 days per year (Plus 2 days Personal Leave)
Holidays: 9 days per year
Retirement: Kansas Public Employees Retirement System
MUST SUBMIT ONLINE APPLICATION BY:
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 16, 2015
Graduate Research Assistantships in Sustainability / Geographic Information Science / Urban Planning & Development
The Center for Sustainability—a graduate-degree-granting institute at Saint Louis University—is seeking applications for the following graduate-level research assistantships:
Assitantship begin August 2016. Download PDF Flyer
• Sustainability or Geographic Information Science (with a focus on research)
• Sustainability (with a focus on facilities management)
• Urban planning and development (with a focus on research)
Graduate research assistantships are competitive and based on a candidate’s academic record and relevant experience rather than financial need. Assistantships are for two years and include tuition scholarships of 9 credit hours per semester during the 9-month academic year (18 hours total per year), a monthly stipend of $16,000 per year and health insurance. Research assistants work 20 hours per week for the university and may not have outside employment.
Candidates interested in a graduate assistantship must complete the online application for admission to either the M.S. in Sustainability / Geographic Information Science / Urban Planning and Development programs by December 31, 2015.
Go to www.slu.edu/sustainability/graduate-programs/ms-in-sustainability/graduate-assistantships for more information, application instructions, and eligibility requirements.
System Support Analyst (two positions)
Provide end-user Device Support by: serving as an information resource related to various device and peripheral systems, including PC, Mac and mobile device operating systems and application programs. Install, configure, and upgrade end user software and maintain device hardware and operating systems. Consult with end users to analyze their technological requirements.
Provide local area network support by: investigating, determining severity, resolving, or appropriately escalating various LAN systems problems; troubleshooting network-related problems and compatibility of end-user device and server hardware/software; and working with LAN engineers, network analysts, and systems administrators to assist in providing support and back up as required.
Provide applications / software support by: providing specialized support for University supported email applications, second tier support on approved software and applications, and integrate different computing systems for users if possible and when necessary.
Provide training by: conducting small group or one-on-one training to faculty, staff, and students in the use of operating system software, supported device software, connectivity to campus networks and servers, and in resolution of complex hardware and software problems; training and mentoring other technical staff in systems support responsibilities, and develop and maintain own knowledge of supported products.
Serve administrative duties by: creating, planning, testing, implementing and documenting projects to better serve users’ need; consult with users regarding commercially available software, site-licensed software, or applications; maintain hardware information for inventory and service purposes; and document and order warranty parts for various end-user devices. Maintain advanced knowledge of new products, upgrades, and technologies.
Perform miscellaneous job-related duties as assigned.
Performs complex GIS spatial and attribute analysis, queries, calculations, geocoding, geoprocessing, and produces high quality maps to meet defined cartographic standards using ESRI ArcGIS Desktop and Server software including extensions (Maplex, Spatial Analyst, 3D Analyst, Network Anaylst) to perform high-level analysis to support various mapping projects. Provides technical customer support to internal and external customers. Provides training and mentoring to co-workers on advanced skills and mapping techniques such as editing, quality control, geocoding, data conversion, and error reconciliation. Participates in designing and improving the GIS database, coordinate updates and changes while ensuring accuracy and completeness. Remains current with and communicates advances in GIS technology to co-workers.
Status: Full Time, Non-exempt
Working hours: 8:00 am – 5:00 pm, Monday – Friday; (Some after hours work and travel may be required)
Bachelor’s degree in geography, engineering, computer science or a related field and two years computer systems experience in GIS, CAD, GIS programming, or digital mapping. Must have ESRI ArcGIS experience and working knowledge of Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Outlook and Access. Prefer direct experience working in a GIS environment. Must have strong analytical, written and verbal communication skills. Must submit to NCIC based background check prior to hire.
Hourly Range: Salary Commensurate with Experience
Deadline for Application: Applications will be accepted until the posting is removed.
Apply online at www.showmeboone.com or call (573) 886-4128 if you have questions. Please call in advance if special accommodations are required in order to apply. Benefits include 100% County paid medical and dental employee insurance premium, pre-tax savings program, 2 weeks vacation, 13 paid holidays, matching deferred compensation plan and retirement plans. To see a complete list of posted positions, submit an online application or to download the application, log on to www.showmeboone.com
An Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer
Long Range Planning Assistant Director
The Tennessee Department of Transportation Long Range Planning Division is accepting applications for an Assistant Director – Data Management position in the Long Range Planning Division at Nashville Headquarters Building.
Application for an Assistant Director position requires completion and submission of the following three items:
1.Letter explaining applicant interest in the position.
2.Resume that is a maximum of two pages
3.Written responses to the four application questions on page 4
The three items should be emailed to Ms. Brianna Benson, Assistant to the Director, Long Range Planning, by 4:30 p.m. Central Daylight Time on Tuesday, October 20, 2015. Ms. Benson can be contacted at Brianna.Benson@tn.gov and 615-741-3421.
Please contact any of the following individual with questions about the position openings.
Ms. Tanisha HallDirector, Long Range Planning Division
Minimum Qualifications for Long Range Planning Assistant Director – Data Management
Bachelor of Science Degree in Planning, Civil Engineering, Geographic Information Systems, Business Management or related field from an accredited college or university and eight (8) years of experience.
Master’s Degree in Planning Civil Engineering, Information Technology, Business Management or related field from an accredited college or university or related field and six (6) years of experience, transportation planning is preferred, but not required.
This is an Executive Service position.
The Long Range Planning Division Assistant Director – Data Management will assist in the oversight of the Division’s collection, maintenance, analysis and geographic/graphic presentation of data to support the implementation of strategies that respond to the State’s long-range transportation needs.
•Manages the transportation data team to collect, maintain, and analyze transportationdata to communicate system performance and accessibility using GIS and graphic designsoftware.
•Serves as the Acting Director in the absence of the Long Range Planning Directorincluding supervising Division personnel.
•Coordinates with the Assistant Director – Comprehensive Planning in the managementof Long Range Planning Division activities.
•Reviews new and established federal, state and local rules, guidelines, plans, policiesand best practices and makes recommendations for implementation.
•Establish regular collaborative opportunities with metropolitan transportation planningorganizations, rural transportation consultation organizations, cities, counties and otherlocal partners.
•Knowledge in Traffic Data Collection Programs, including classification counts, volumecounts, probe data, and travel speed data
•Knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite or comparable graphic design software
•Good understanding of statistical analysis and sampling methods is a plus
•Knowledge of the creation of maps or related reports using Geographic InformationSystems software or hardware.
•Knowledge of traffic data collection systems, software, graphic design, and analysis in aprofessional capacity.
•Knowledge of transportation planning legislation and general transportation planningconcepts
This position will require statewide travel.
Application Questions for Long Range Planning Assistant Director – Data Management
Please use a separate sheet for each question.
When answering the application questions, you should use examples of work related experiences. If you do not have appropriate work related examples, non‐work related examples are acceptable.
1.Give a specific example of a way you coordinated data management and planningfor an organization.
What type of data and tools did you use to perform your analysis?
How did you get troubleshoot for gaps in the data?
Did you develop a repeatable process?
What was your biggest challenge in coordinating data visualization and planning?
2.Give a specific example of a situation in which you developed and implemented adata-analysis process for an organization.
How did you deal with existing staff and changes in their work routine?
Were there any delays in implementation?
What steps did you take to offset the delay?
What was the final resolution of the situation?
3.Give a specific example of a situation in which you had to deal with conflict
resolution in a work environment.
Describe in detail how you handled both the person and the situation.
How did this affect the overall outcome of the situation or issue?
How did you document and communicate the outcome?
4.Explain in detail examples of professional and/or self‐improvement skills you
have developed or enhanced over the past two years.
Were these prerequisites of your current position?
How have they helped you to perform your job responsibilities?
Web Developer / Designer / Analyst IT
Responsibilities: Maintain and enhance the Boone County web presence for all county offices and entities by coding, testing, documenting, upgrading applications and web pages for users. Perform software development, assist in feasibility studies, cost/benefit analysis and end user training in response to user requests. Manage deadlines; provide status reports; facilitate testing and project quality control. Define, analyze, design, develop, test and implement software applications with accuracy and timeliness; follow development standards, create application support documentation along with end user documentation. Ensure base level software applications are maintained as highest priority; assist in testing upgrades to existing applications; train users to publish their own department and office documents; Troubleshoot issues with web applications and provide timely solutions; assist in solving software failures. Analyze user department needs and assist in eliminating redundancy and improving efficiency and effectiveness of operations. Review literature and other resources in order to keep informed of new software/hardware products and technology advances that may have a positive/negative effect on base level support and/or development. Work extra hours when needed. Respond to on-call request as required.
Status: Full Time, Exempt
Working hours: Primarily Monday – Friday, 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science or related field with a minimum of three years experience in computer systems analysis and programming; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Starting Annual Salary Range: $51,750.40 - $54,995.20
Deadline for Application: Applications will be accepted until the posting is removed.
Apply online at www.showmeboone.com or call (573) 886-4128 if you have questions. Please call in advance if special accommodations are required in order to apply. Benefits include 100% County paid medical and dental employee insurance premium, pre-tax savings program, 2 weeks’ vacation, 13 paid holidays, matching deferred compensation plan and retirement plans. To see a complete list of posted positions, submit an online application or to download the application, log on to www.showmeboone.com.
An Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer
Associates get the royal treatment at Garmin. Regardless if you're a newbie or a veteran, engineers dream it, design it and use it. Here, you will be surrounded by others who share the same passion about what they do every day. We offer a relaxed team environment (no dress code!) where advancement is found from sharing knowledge, not hiding it! While we promise you a lot of responsibility, you also will have the opportunity to have ownership over projects…oh, and we promise you there will be some fun mixed in there, too!
Left or right? East or west? Our cartography technicians have the know-how to make sure our products don’t steer you wrong. Responsible for the attribution, maintenance and digitization of cartographic data, our technicians assist engineering in researching, defining, creating and evaluating all maps used in Garmin products. Heading out for a day on the water? Our technicians had a hand in creating that marine map. Going hiking in the Rockies? Yep, they did that too. Sightseeing on the streets of Paris? Ditto again. Our technicians maintain all of that geographic data using custom and 3rd party software so you always know where to go. Come on, what are you waiting for – are you ready to follow the leader?
We're seeking full time Cartography Technicians for our office in Olathe, KS (Kansas City), to partner with our engineering teams in the research, definition, creation and evaluations of maps produced for use in Garmin products.
Essential functions for this role include:
- Edit, manipulate and maintain geographic data using custom and 3rd party software
- Ensure the application of cartographic specifications to the data
- Help evaluate and process database updates according to established methodology
- Assist in map generation and product compilation
- Conduct testing and evaluation of Garmin cartography products
- Perform established operations for quality assurance
- Continuous growth and evolve with engineering technology
A Bachelor’s Degree in cartography or geography with a minimum 3.0 GPA or a minimum of 4 years experience performing a role substantially similar to the essential functions of this job description is required. Qualified candidates will possess a basic understanding of geo-databases and a working knowledge of cartography and geography relevant to Garmin’s business needs. Proficient computer skills, including familiarity with PC applications and Windows Operating System (OS) and typing skills with the ability to type 30 wpm are also musts! Other required qualifications include:
- Must be detail-oriented and have the ability to work proactively and effectively with minimal supervision
- Ability to prioritize and multi-task in a flexible, fast paced and challenging environment
- Demonstrated strong and effective verbal, written, and interpersonal communication skills
- Ability to work and thrive in a sophisticated technical environment
- Candidates who are familiar with ArcGIS or other GIS applications, GIS principles and methodologies, and/or possess experience using a GPS device are preferred. Bilingual skills are also a plus!
At Garmin, we like to laugh, have fun and work hard. It comes easily when you work on cool products with hard-working individuals who share the same passion. We offer numerous opportunities to get involved – kickball anyone? – and believe strongly in a work-life balance so your creativity can flow.
Garmin offers one of the most comprehensive compensation and benefit plans around. We offer extensive health care coverage with little to no contributions, depending on the plan. Plus, we offer dental insurance, an employee stock purchase plan, a Retirement Plan, and much more….trust us, it doesn’t get much better than this. Unless of course, you want to talk table tennis, fitness spaces, product discounts….come on, what are you waiting for? Apply today.
**To be considered please apply online at http://www.garmin.com/careers