GIS Consultant for Getty Conservation Institute

The Getty Conservation Institute (GCI) is seeking a detail-oriented freelance consultant to assist in the review and editing of geospatial data from a project focused on the mapping of an archaeological site in Cyprus for purposes of conservation and management and archaeological research. Interested consultants must be proficient in the use of ESRI ArcGIS software, including with ESRI geodatabases, and preferably with a working knowledge of AutoCAD and Microsoft Access.  The work is expected to be carried out January 2019 through March 2019, to be up to a maximum of 40 hours per month, with potential for additional work to follow. It will require periodic visits to the GCI at the Getty Center in Los Angeles to discuss work deliverables.  Responsibilities will include checking primarily GIS, but potentially also AutoCAD, data with respect to adherence with specifications and making any necessary corrections, producing map and potentially AutoCAD layouts needed for project reports, and adding attribute information to geodatabase and potentially Access files and building related queries. Pay rate of $20/hour.

Please send resumes via email: DMyers@getty.edu