FT/Tenure Track Geography Instructor @ Santa Monica College

SANTA MONICA COLLEGE is currently recruiting for Full Time/Tenure Track Instructor in Geography.

  • Annual Salary: $65,901.00 – $137,311.00
  • Deadline to apply: Thursday, January 20, 2022

Please click on the link below to review the detailed job bulletin.


Senior GIS Analyst @ San Diego County


These positions act as a lead or supervisor responsible for providing technical guidance and leadership to professional staff and may supervise GIS staff. The GIS class series is responsible for the design, operation, and administration functions related to the development and analysis of various GIS data pertaining to the County and also the creation and analysis of spatial data layers in a large spatial relational database system. This includes, but is not limited to, the maintenance and complex analysis of digital spatial data to support decision-making. Senior GIS Analyst positions may assist in the budget preparation, planning, and the development and implementation of highly complex GIS projects within a County department.

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Rio Hondo GIS Classes Spring 2022

Rio Hondo College GIS Courses are scheduled for both online and hybrid with field exercises this spring semester starting January 29th.  Courses include Introduction to GIS, Intermediate GIS, (Surveying w/) Small Unmanned Aircraft Systems, Cartography, Crime Mapping and Geospatial Programming (Python) and our new course taught by instructor Sean Christian PE is the GIS for Public Works (GIS222).

For more information on GIS and Rio Hondo visit here https://page.riohondo.edu/gis/ and list of course schedule here https://gisteacher.wixsite.com/riohondo/spring2022

Imagery Capabilities for Government

Every month, the Esri State & Local Connect webinar series brings you 45 minutes of content you need to know, from the people who are dedicated to helping you succeed with GIS. This month the team is taking a deep dive into imagery capabilities for state and local government. 

The diversity and volume of imagery and remote sensing data are growing rapidly. Drone, aerial, and satellite imagery and other types of remotely sensed data are opening new frontiers in nearly every facet of government. In this webinar, we will showcase how the latest imagery capabilities can provide communities with greater insights into nearly every aspect of operations, from urban planning and natural resource management to event management and disaster response.

Click here for more info and to register. Past webinar recordings can be found there too.

Name Change to California GIS Council

There is a proposed revision to the Council’s Charter to change their name from the California GIS Council to the California GIS Community Forum, the Executive Committee to the Steering Committee, and other changes in the text to better align with how this group functions. See the changes here.

The revisions were drafted by the Charter Review and Strategic Plan Workgroup.