GIS Analyst – City of Corona
GIS Intern – City of Yorba Linda
GIS Technician – City of DowneyContinue reading
The Quick Access Toolbar, located above the ribbon in ArcGIS Pro, is where you can add commands you often need. This toolbar quickly puts those commands at your fingertips. Check out his article which shows you how to customize it.
This one is interesting. The GIS Department for Carlton County, Minnesota, used ArcGIS Survey123, ArcGIS Hub, and ArcGIS Dashboards to help administer a drive-through flu vaccine clinic. Online forms created with ArcGIS technology made registration for the clinic safer, faster, and easier for the public. Dashboards provided real-time statistics, enabling county officials to quickly analyze how many people were being vaccinated. Click below to read the article.
The California Geological Survey’s Regional Geologic and Landlsides Mapping Program is looking for two GIS professionals to support our seismic hazards, watersheds, minerals, and geologic and landslides mapping projects throughout the State of California.
Please see the following job postings:
Research Data Specialist II
[HRO-019 /JC-238692] Final Filing Date: February 26, 2021
California Geological Survey, Regional Geologic and Landslides Mapping Program, Sacramento
Research Data Analyst II
[HRO-022 /JC-237543] Final Filing Date: March, 01, 2021
California Geological Survey – Regional Geologic and Landslide Mapping Program, Sacramento
Join the ArcGIS Earth team on February 24 for a technical session at the ESRI Federal GIS Conference to introduce the newest capabilities available in ArcGIS Earth. Whether you’re a first-time user or a seasoned professional, this session is designed to bring value to all ArcGIS Earth users by delivering a product overview as well as a demonstration of some of the newest, most exciting capabilities currently available, and a sneak peek into what’s on the roadmap. The session will be followed by a live Q&A with the product team to field all your questions related to ArcGIS Earth. Click here for more info and to register.
CNC Engineering is seeking a qualified, detail oriented Senior GIS Analyst who under the direction of the GIS Manager will be the technical lead responsible for map production, data analysis, GPS data collection, and the development and maintenance of geodatabases. The Senior GIS Analyst will be proficient with the Enterprise GIS platform.
The essential duties include but are not limited to:
Assist in GIS department administration (includes meetings, project participation, GIS architecture design, establishing standards, and system administration).
Lead as a team member and provide technical assistance to staff.
Maintain a personal knowledge of GIS innovations and related hardware/software matters and make recommendations on solutions to problems using GIS.
Collect GIS data in the field which may entail the use of GPS technology (ArcGIS Field Maps, ArcGIS Survey 123, ArcGIS Collector, Trimble).
Collect data and information from a variety of sources for the development and maintenance of the GIS databases.
Convert AutoCAD basemaps to GIS data.
Develop tools and workflows to automate and/or improve efficiency of GIS operations.
Supervise the creation, editing, and QA/QC process of geospatial data including metadata documentation.
Produce high-quality cartographic products and web-based GIS applications.
Perform spatial analysis.
Create statistical summaries, and reports.
Attend GIS conferences, user groups, technical training.
Perform other duties as assigned to support the efficient operation of the department.
Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, Geography, or a related field.
Equivalent combination of education and progressive, relevant and direct experience may be considered in lieu of minimum educational/experience requirements indicated above.
Excellent problem solving, time management, listening, and verbal/written communication skills.
Minimum 5 years of experience with ESRI ArcGIS Desktop and ArcGIS Pro.
Minimum 3 years of experience with ArcGIS Enterprise including Server, Portal, Web AppBuilder, and ArcGIS Online.
Experience with ArcGIS Hub, ArcGIS Field Maps, ArcGIS Navigator, ArcGIS Dashboards, ArcGIS Workforce, ArcGIS Survey 123, and ArcGIS Quick Capture.
Experience with PostgreSQL.
Minimum 3 years of experience with scripting with Python and SQL.
Working knowledge of PC applications: Windows and Microsoft Office (Access, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, Word).
Experience with the setup, configuration, performance tuning, testing, and maintenance of an Enterprise GIS.
Experience with ArcGIS Enterprise on Amazon Web Services (AWS).
Experience with ArcGIS Web AppBuilder (Developer Edition)
Graphic design, web design, cartographic design
Experience with Cartegraph Operations Management Systems (OMS) or any other industry leading asset management system.
Experience reading and interpreting engineering drawings and detailed maps.
Experience with or basic knowledge of AutoCAD and Civil3D.
Experience with AutoCAD to GIS data conversions.
Hands-on experience with GPS technology and field collection techniques.
Experience integrating GIS software solutions with other business systems.
Here is an interesting site that shows power outages across the US. PowerOutage.US collects, records, and aggregates live power outage data from utilities all over the United States, with the goal to create the single most reliable and complete source of power outage information available. Click on a state and get county level information, including number of homes that are out of power and what power companies are having issues. Very interesting!
Technology Systems Analyst I GIS – City of Bakersfield
Transportation Scheduler and GIS Routing Specialist – Camarillo area
GIS Technician – Santa Ana areaContinue reading
SCAG is inviting college and university students in the region an opportunity to conceptualize, create, and submit ArcGIS StoryMaps using SCAG’s open data. This is a meaningful way to tell a story or provide insight, showcase plans and projects, engage supporters and stakeholders, illustrate the possibilities of data, and highlight the usefulness of open data at the regional level.
The 2021 Student Showcase will be a virtual StoryMap competition with two award categories: Innovation and Planning. An internal staff of planning professionals will evaluate the projects and select four winners.
In all, there will be a total of $6,000 awarded (one $2,000 first place prize and one runner-up $1,000 prize each per category).
Want to learn more about ArcGIS StoryMaps? Attend the Toolbox Tuesday on StoryMapping: Transforming Data Into Interactive Stories on Tuesday, Feb. 23 at 10 a.m. Attendance is encouraged but not required. Entrants may also review meeting materials that will be posted online following the training to participate.
If you are looking at developing your cartography skills, why not take this free MOOC (Massive Open Online Course) in Cartography, presented by ESRI. You will learn how to make beautiful maps using ArcGIS Pro. You get free access to ArcGIS Pro and ArcGIS Online.
The class has already started, Feb 3, but you can still jump in. Just register by Feb 14. Check it out!