The City of Burbank has an opening for an Associate Planner with GIS skills. Salary range is $5180 to $7141 monthly. For more information and to apply, click here. Position closes 4/24/2015 at 5pm.
LizardTech University is offering a free webinar on Demystifying Raster Image Properties and Compression:
Have you ever wanted to know more about raster imagery? In this webinar, we’ll discuss all the basic properties of raster imagery that you’re likely to encounter. By the end of the webinar, you’ll understand what image bands are, what compression ratios mean, what it means for an image to be 16-bit, and more.
This is the first installment in a series of webinars about raster imagery and GIS.
Date: Thursday, April 23, 2015
Time: 11:00 AM PDT
Duration: 30 Minutes
Interested in learning more about the Open Source GIS desktop software QGIS? Did you know it runs on Windows, Mac OS X, Linux, BSD, and Android? MaptimeLA will have an intro session on QGIS at their meeting Thursday, April 16, 2015 at 6:30pm. Learn how to load data, set projections, style layers, edit data, and export a map with QGIS.
Support Analyst (ArcGIS Server) – ESRI, Redlands
Mapping Assistant – SoCal Gas, Los Angeles
Land Base Geospatial Analyst – SCE, Rosemead
GIS Analyst Internship – LAHSA, Los Angeles
Senior IT GIS Analyst – MWD, Los Angeles
Geoscience Technician – ExxonMobil, Torrance
Geoscience Technician – ExxonMobil, Cerritos
Geomorphology/Geologic Mapping of Mars – (probably JPL), Pasadena
Full time position for junior level GIS technician. Full benefits.
Field GIS technician will collect data in the field and post it to the enterprise database in the office. 70% office and 30% field work. Candidate needs a good understanding of GIS and utilities. AutoCAD and the ability to read architectural drawings is a plus.
Send cover letter and resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Interested to know what the most popular GIS software is? To see what the GIS industry is using, an article from GISGeography.com maps out the GIS software landscape and lists the top 30 GIS desktop options using the following ranking guidelines:
- 40% is based on which GIS software is required by employers in job postings
- 20% is based on which GIS software is being used in research and publications
- 20% is based on which GIS software is being searched for
- 20% is based on which GIS software is being discussed in community forums