“In summary, the global geo services industry is valued at up to $270 billion per year and pays out $90 billion in wages. In the U.S., it employs more than 500,000 people and is worth $73 billion. The infographic below illustrates some examples of the many benefits of maps, whether it’s improving agriculture irrigation systems or helping emergency response teams save lives.”
Read the full article at the Google LatLong Blog
USC is looking for a highly qualified GIS Programmer at its campus: jobs.usc.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=65729
Just wanted to pass this along.
Forwarding a new NPS job notification from Paul Hardwick:
This is a GS-11 interdisciplinary position (GS-0150/0401/1301) open at Sequoia Kings Canyon National Park. The position supports both the Protection Division (80%) and Resource Division (20%). The closing date is 4/10/2012. Job numbers are:
- All Sources number SEKI 623215
Here is the link to the job posting: http://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/311432900
If you are interested …
Dudek has an opening for a Full-Time GIS Analyst position in the Pasadena area. We are seeking a GIS professional with 3-5 years of Environmental GIS experience with the ESRI ArcGIS product suite. Experience working with field biologists is highly desirable. Candidate must be able to work independently and function well in a team environment. Excellent communication skills a must.
If interested, please send resume to email below ASAP.
LISA LUBELEY, GISP
DUDEK | Natural Resource Management | Infrastructure Development | Regulatory Compliance
A link I read pointed me to this Bureau of Labor site: http://www.doleta.gov/brg/Indprof/geospatial_profile.cfm
Thanks to Carol Ostergren for passing along this job in San Francisco: Link to the job posting
My feeling is that this has something to do with the explosion in San Bruno last year, and the failures of the GIS that were noted.
PG&E GIS Analytics is looking to fill an immediate opening for a full-time office-based GIS Specialist position in Walnut Creek. This is a contract position for an initial six month term with the expectation of extending to two years.
Thanks Joel for passing this along. For GIS folks, the GIS Jobs Clearinghouse is a great resource.
From the GIS Jobs Clearinghouse: GIS Coordinator for the City of Brentwood – note that this is Northern California
The City of Brentwood is seeking qualified applicants for the position of GIS Coordinator. This position is responsible for mapping services and activities within the City using available technology, including CAD, GIS and GPS for the development, deployment and publication of City information.
Experience: 4 years of increasingly responsible experience in SQL database analysis and design, application development, and/or project management, preferably in local government environment with automated mapping and GIS utilizing ESRI software, and a Bachelor’s degree with major coursework in geography, computer science, engineering or related field. Must possess a valid CA driver’s license. Possession of a professional certificate in ArcGIS and a certificate from the GIS Certification Institute desirable.
Salary effective 7/1/11: $7,568 to $9,199/monthly, plus excellent benefits package.
Thanks again! to Carol Ostegren
Here is the link to the opening: http://ambag.org/rfp_jobs/gis_coordinator_job_description.pdf
Thanks to Carol Ostergren for passing along!
Great Basin Landscape Conservation Cooperative
The Bureau of Land Management has announced the Great Basin LCC Coordinator position – see the announcement below for more information. To apply, click on this link: www.usajobs.gov
The US Fish and Wildlife Service is in the process of hiring for the Science Coordinator position and the announcement will be distributed when it becomes available.
Great Basin Landscape Conservation Cooperative Coordinator, GS-0401-14
This announcement is open currently with NV Merit-2011-0232. You must apply to each announcement separately, if you wish to be considered under both recruitment methods.
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