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The City of Leander is seeking candidates for a GIS Analyst position. Under the direction of the GIS Manager, the GIS Analyst performs mapping and data analysis tasks related to GIS/CAD/aerial data to include producing graphic and tabular data to support planning activities, maintaining the City street addressing system, creating and maintaining GIS databases. The work at this level involves the creation of increasingly complex programs for the development of mapping products and a working understanding of cadastral and land management principals. Comprehend and analyze database systems including department equipment and software.
Visit the City of Leander GIS Analyst job posting for more information and to apply for this position.
HomeAway is seeking candidates for a a hybrid Cartographer, QA, Analyst, and Product Manager to take ownership of our geospatial data that powers our core value proposition for helping our travelers find the perfect vacation rental. The ideal candidate is analytical, detailed and results-oriented with excellent problem-solving skills and a strong work ethic. See the job posting for more information and to apply for this position.
ACC GIS student Todd Minehardt forwarded me this link: Nat Geo Launched a Free Website for Printing Detailed Topographical Maps. The new online application includes an interactive map that allows you to create custom 8.5 x 11 topographic PDF maps. What a great tool for hikers, outdoor enthusiasts, and anyone needing a field map.
An Austin employer is seeking candidates for a Entry-Level Historical Geography Technician. See the job posting on Indeed.com for more information and to apply for this position.
ESRI is seeking candidates for Business Development Positions with ESRI San Antonio. They are actively looking to hire junior level professionals with a few years of experience. According to ESRI Education Manager Dr. Joseph Kerski, they have 11 positions open on their Natural Resources team alone! These team members will be responsible for new account development, presenting solutions, expanding existing accounts, and providing technical sales support within the Natural Resources industry, including Oil & Gas, Agriculture, Forestry, Mining, etc. across the United States.
Ideal candidates will have these skills and competencies:
See the ESRI Natural Resources Business Development Division job posting for more information and to apply for this position.
ONE Gas - Texas Gas Service division in Austin is seeking candidates for a contractor GIS Technician position in Austin. Position will perform digitizing of gas system facilities utilizing ArcGIS/ArcFM and perform data entry in Maximo.
These positions pay $17/hr and are contract positions with no benefits. A minimum of 35 hours per week is required with 40 hours being preferable. Regular work attendance is a necessity. Please forward a cover letter and resume to Enterprise GIS Manager Shawn Devereaux at email@example.com.
Debra Gomez, a GIS Specialist with the Governor's Texas Economic Development Corporation and an ACC GIS graduate, forwarded me a link to the article How The Gorgeous Language Of Maps Helps Us Understand The World by Kate Abbey-Lambertz with the Huffington Post. The article highlights a series of beautifully purposed maps featured in the book Cartographic Grounds: Projecting the Landscape Imaginary. The book features some really amazing works of art, including a perspective map of Tuscany by Leonardo da Vinci shown below.
Debra's not just a connoisseur of maps - she makes them as well. The Texas Economic Development Corporation recently issued a press release promoting http://www.texassitesearch.com/, an interactive map to help businesses identify optimal business locations based on available commercial property, location differences, demographic variations and business industry characteristics. Congratulations on launching the new website!
The Austin Community College (ACC) GIS Department is seeking two interns to assess the topological, spatial, and geocoding accuracy of 9-1-1 data in the Texas Commission on Emergency Communications' (CSEC) 9-1-1 Program. The pay rate is $12/hour and the position is located in the ACC Inc. office in Room 3212 at ACC Northridge Campus (next to the GIS Lab).
This paid internship is open to ACC GIS students only. Please email a cover letter and resume to ACC GIS Department Chair Sean Moran at firstname.lastname@example.org. Student interested in a Fall and/or Spring internship opportunity should consider applying.
Our ACC GIS Tutors are an important part of the ACC GIS program...just ask our students.
With GIS classes starting, we are seeking candidates interested in tutoring this Fall. The pay for tutoring is $11/hour. We are planning on having tutors available at the following times and locations:
The time slots are tentative, so please forward your preferences, even if they don't line up with the proposed schedule above. Current and former ACC GIS Tutors will receive priority, but we will try to reserve slots for new tutors as well. Please forward:
Please email your preferences to Rhonda Little at email@example.com by Thursday, August 19th. We will review all of the responses and send out an email with tutoring assignments Tuesday, August 23rd. The tutoring schedule will begin on Wednesday, September 7th and run through Thursday, December 15th. Thank you for your interest and we look forward to receiving your replies.
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