1). Undertake data analyses and data conversion.2). Develop and manage quality control procedures.3). Provide support for cartographic design and high quality map production.4). Diagnose and "troubleshoot" problems experienced with the use of GIS andrelated software.5). Coordinate the acquisition of new spatial data and supervise the integration ofthese data into the organization's GIS.6). Perform spatial analyses and creating information products from the GIS andrelated software and subsystems.7). Coordinate GIS activities with technicians.8). Design and implement training plans.9). Consult with users in identification of new data/software requirements.10). Support users.11). Design, develop, test, document and certify applications, programs and systemfunctionality.12). Manage individual data and application development projects.13). Provide support for data conversion, system integration and systemsapplications development and implementation.14). Prepare project plans, and direct vendor (consultants) and internal projectteams to accomplish plan task in order to meet user/data.software requirements.
1). Ability to perform project tasks ands meet deadlines. provide support to differentcity departments, master the knowledge of application development, interpretationof high complex GIS data, modeling and system architectural design, as well as,other area of GIS operations which equate to at least two (2) to five (5) yearsexperience as an analyst .2). Bachelor and.or Master Degree in related areas of geography, geosciences,geology, surveying, planning, environmental studies, engineering, computersciences and geographical information systems.3). This ability and experience may be acquired by any combination of trainingcourses including online training, seminars, workshops or any formal trainingcourse that counts toward CEU hours for Professional GIS Certification.
Tasks involve some physical effort, i.e., some standing and walking, or frequent light lifting (5-30 pounds); or minimal dexterity in the use of fingers, limbs or body in the operation of office equipment. Tasks may involve extended periods of time at a keyboard or work station. Most tasks require visual perception and discrimination. Some tasks require oral communications ability.Jobs must be performed with or without accommodations
Tasks are regularly performed without exposure to adverse environmental conditions (e.g., dirt, cold, rain, fumes).