Planning Intern – City of South Gate
Support Analyst Public Sector SDK – ESRI, Redlands
Software Developer ArcGIS Spatial Analyst – ESRI, Redlands
Demographer – ESRI, Redlands
Here is an interesting article about using a drawing option in ArcMap called Match To Symbols. By naming a feature attribute with the same symbol name that is in a style, you can quickly symbolize them for feature categories. Click below to read.
This is just like when us old school GIS types used a field to store a symbol number to symbolize our points, lines, and polygons!
Here is an interesting article from the UK about how map reading seems to be a lost art. People have stopped being able to read maps in the age of automatic mapping … people are instead increasingly read by maps! Map reading should be a basic life skill and maybe we should start teaching it in schools again.
Central Basin Municipal Water District has a paid GIS Internship opening in their Engineering & Operations Department. Salary range is $15/hr, not to exceed 960 hours of work. The position reports to the Engineering & Operations Manager.
Under direction of the Engineering and Operations Manager, the GIS Intern assists in the maintenance and development of the Continue reading
Assistant Planner – City of Signal Hill
ArcGIS .NET Developer – San Diego area
GIS Librarian – UC San Diego
GIS Researcher/Analyst – Simi Valley area
GIS Specialist – San Bernardino area
ArcObjects Developer – Los Angeles area
Network Analyst – Monterey Park area
Director Intl Real Estate and Development – Anaheim area
Conflation Product Engineer – ESRI, Redlands
GIS Support Analyst – ESRI, Redlands
GIS Product Engineer – ESRI, Redlands
GIS Data Integrity Technical Specialist – Pomona area
RCIT-GIS and Demographics Internship – Riverside County
GIS Specialist/Analyst – San Bernardino area
GIS Technician – Pomona area
GIS Project Specialist – Los Angeles area
Today is GIS Day! If you are looking for a place to check out, may I suggest the GIS Day celebration at Los Angeles County. They put on a big show and have many booths and presentations.
You can find other places that are celebrating GIS Day by checking out the GIS Day map below.
Happy GIS Day!
Insignia Environmental is looking to fill an immediate opening in their downtown Palo Alto, San Francisco, or Encinitas office for a full-time GIS Specialist.
The GIS Specialist is responsible for obtaining, organizing, and mapping GIS data, identifying efficient methods for and implementing data analysis, and ensuring consistency, accuracy, and quality in all GIS work. Keeps apprised of latest software updates and GIS analysis techniques. Supports all staff in preparing deliverables.
For more info and to apply, click here.
ESRI will be holding ArcGIS User Seminars where you will learn how to be more effective with ArcGIS and get a close look at what’s new in version 10.5. You’ll return to the office with practical tips and skills to use right away, including:
Register today to save your seat for the ArcGIS User Seminar.
If you are a tree lover or interested in urban spaces, you will want to check out Jill Hubley’s interactive map of New York City Street Trees by Species. You can choose to zoom in on a particular neighborhood (or even block) to learn about the particular tree species in that area. Alternatively, you may conduct a search for a particular species to see where that species is distributed across the city.