GIS Analyst/Web Developer - City of College Station

  • Thursday, December 13, 2018 1:14 PM
    Message # 6958678
    URISA Texas (Administrator)

    Under general supervision of the GIS Coordinator, this position provides analytical services to the Information Technology Department using the Geographic Information System (GIS) and administers the City's web site.  Job duties include: analyzing and digitizing spatial and tabular data to produce maps and related products; writing computer scripts; creating database queries; ensuring data integrity by performing continuous maintenance activities to enhance and update the Enterprise GIS; developing, maintaining, and updating the City's web site.

     

    1. Maintain the Enterprise GIS by inputting and correcting data, researching data conversions, establishing data specifications, updating resources (maps, databases, and scanned images), and ensuring data accuracy
    2. Integrate and perform analyses on spatial and tabular data from a variety of sources and other applications, create database queries, and develop reports utilizing a variety of data sources.
    3. Optimize tabular and database data for fastest performance using metrics and database tuning.
    4. Develop, design and edit custom templates, scripts, and macros to meet project parameters or customer needs; and develop automation or customized routines to enhance GIS applications and increase inter-departmental productivity.
    5. Build and enhance web pages to effectively communicate the City's GIS resources to others.
    6. Research and implement new GIS technology, software, and practices.
    7. Facilitate the development and implementation of protocols for the GIS/GPS systems.
    8. Provide guidance to and train other GIS staff in various departments.
    9. Act as a technical resource in assisting internal and public GIS customers with technical issues.
    10. Fulfill internal and external requests for GIS information to include developing graphic presentations, charts, graphs, and maps. Design and develop Web page layouts, content, and workflows in coordination with user departments.
    11. Administer and maintain the city's central website by using a web-based content management system (CMS), provide training to CMS users, and support/advise internal and external customers via an online trouble ticket system.
    12. Implement website changes, additions and enhancements, including requirements gathering, development, testing, documentation, and support of internally hosted web-based solutions used by the City.
    13. Perform other related duties as assigned. 

     

    Required:   

    Bachelor's degree in Geography, Geographic Information Systems, Spatial Science or related technical field and two (2) years or more years related experience using Geographic Information Systems. Knowledge and experience with MS Windows, Windows-based applications, ESRI ArcGIS, Trimble GPS, HTML, CSS, and SQL database language. Knowledge and experience with Website administration and content management. Knowledge of fundamental GIS/GPS principles and practices.   Experience updating and maintaining web pages. Excellent written and oral communication skills. Excellent customer service skills. Possess and maintain a valid Texas Driver's License. Ability to attain ITIL Foundations Certification within 12 months of employment
     
    Preferred:       

    Five (5) years of GIS work experience. Two (2) years of Website Administration experience. Master's degree in GIS or GIS related field.

     

    Job #: 1801052
    Job Title: GIS Analyst/Web Administrator
    Opening Date/Time:   Wed. 12/05/18 12:00 AM Central Time
    Closing Date/Time:   Tue. 02/05/19 11:59 PM Central Time
    Salary: $26.80 - $33.50 Hourly
    $55,740.00 - $69,674.00 Annually
    Job Type: Full Time
    Location: College Station, Texas
    Department: IT Department
    FLSA: Exempt position, not eligible for overtime compensation.
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    Last modified: Thursday, December 13, 2018 1:15 PM | URISA Texas (Administrator)
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