Careers

Senior Analyst Programmer - Bloomington

Posted: October 26

Working independently under broad general direction, manage projects for UITS Research Technologies with regards to services and support for Geographical Information Systems (GIS). Develop specifications and systems to solve complex problems. Work at the highest technical levels on all phases of software and service development, including requirements definition, conceptual analysis, data modeling, design, coding, testing, documenting, evaluation, and maintenance. Provide technical and administrative support on specialized and complex geospatial applications, data management, and workflows.

Act as a project manager in software projects, including data hosting, data delivery, software maintenance and software delivery. Project management duties includes feasibility studies, planning, cost analysis, resource estimation, project tracking, and software and service evaluation.

Interested applicants can find further details of this career opportunity here.

 

Interdisciplinary Supervisory Cartographer/Geographer/Computer Scientist (NGTOC)

Posted: September 23, 2020

Some of the specific duties include:

  • Serves as a consultant and advisor to the Bureau Director, Regional Directors, Department of the Interior Executives, and representatives of the Executive and Legislative Branches on issues relating to geospatial data integration, acquisition, cartographic production, data standards, geospatial information science research, and hosting geospatial data and applications.
  • Represents the USGS in discussions and deliberations regarding geospatial science and technology inter-program coordination and cooperative activities, and collaborative efforts with other agencies.
  • Responsible for planning, coordinating, executing, and managing operations associated with a national geospatial program. Services conducted in support of this program include geospatial data acquisition, quality assurance, and integration; management of national level geospatial foundation databases; contract management; data standards and specification development, software applications and tools development and maintenance; derived cartographic product and service development and production; data archive and data, product, and service dissemination, and geospatial information science research.

Interested applicants can find further details at Merit or All Citizens

 

Geospatial Research Coordinator

Posted: August 5, 2020

The Polis Center at IUPUI. The role of the Geospatial Research Coordinator is to oversee, coordinate, and produce project deliverables and requirements within the center’s geospatial emphasis areas in disaster informatics and environmental resiliency.

Primary Duties and Responsibilities:

  • GIS analysis and reporting: Conduct complex analysis using ArcGIS and other software tools for a variety of research projects. Create charts, graphs, maps, and/or reports of the analytical results. Implement quality control procedures for all interim and deliverable products.
  • Data development, updates, and maintenance: Develop and transform data to better support project objectives. Assist in updating and maintaining complex GIS datasets. Communicate regularly with internal and external project partners to exchange data, resolve questions and share information.
  • Project Management and administration: Work with project stakeholders and partners to define research scope, goals, and deliverables of projects in line with program objectives. Assist the Geoinformatics Director to manage project dependencies and risks through project life cycles to meet project deadlines. This will include development and management of project plans, budgets and schedules, and providing status reports to project staff and partners. Conduct project team meetings and facilitate effective collaboration and brainstorming of cross-functional groups. Represent the Polis Center to stakeholders, clients, and colleagues through conferences, meetings, and presentations.
  • Miscellaneous Activities: Assist with software and project training. Document project processes and results. Occasional travel to in-state meetings may be required. Perform other related duties incidental to the work described herein.

For additional information, please see the complete job description

 

Technical Services Specialist, Indiana 15 Regional Planning Commission

Posted 7/15/20

This position involves regional and local mapping, writing and administration of community and economic development grants for state and federally funded projects within the six-county district.

The successful applicant will have a bachelor's degree in Geographic Information System (with experience using AutoCAD and ArcMap). Strong organization and time-management skills, strong written and verbal communication skills, and ability to conduct public meetings including some night meetings. Experience with Excel and Word software programs is preferred. Self-motivation and self-supervision are necceesary qualities. The applicant must be able to do moderately strenuous work conducting traffic counts and have reliable transportation.

Indiana 15 RPC offers a competitive salary, compensatory leave, public pension and deferred compensation plans, group medical insurance, and paid vacation/holiday/sick leave with the atmosphere of an award-winning-, dedicated team of professionals. 

Send cover letter, resume, writing sample, AutoCAD and/or ArcMap sample, and references by July 29 to: Indiana 15 RPC, Technical Services Position, 211 E First Street, Ferdinand, IN 47532. Or, email to: [email protected]