Careers

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In addition to the postings listed below, here are links to a number of local and national GIS job resources. If there are others you think should be included please contact us.


 

First Deputy (Transitional), Howard County Surveyor

Posted: March 5

Duties:

  • Investigate and resolve drainage problems
  • Oversee all drainage assessments
  • Understand and implement section corner perpetuation
  • Carry out duties as directed by the Howard County Surveyor.
  • Review submitted subdivisions/site/drainage plans.
  • Prepare surveys, drain profiles, and other necessary reports.
  • Help make determination of watersheds for tax purposes or assessments.
  • Maintain, update, and create the counties GIS layers pertaining to the Surveyor’s office.
  • Inspect and recommend acceptance of construction drawings and projects, related to drainage and erosion control. Review construction and erosion control plans. Review all drainage connections permits.
  • Review and propose updates to design standards, codes, and ordinances within the county.
  • Project Manager for all construction on the regulated drains. Site inspection, materials, billing, and payments to contractors.
  • Oversite of the section corners being re-established or perpetuated.
  • Addressing concerns from disgruntled landowners.

Interested applicants can find further details of this career opportunity here.  

 

GIS Administrator - Henry County Surveyor's Office

Posted: March 3

The Henry County Surveyor’s Office has a full-time opening for a GIS Administrator. This non-exempt position works 35-hour per week, pays $43,774 annual salary, and has a benefit package after probationary period.

The incumbent serves a GIS (geographical information systems) Administrator for the Surveyor’s office, and other departments as required, and is responsible for creating, editing, and maintaining GIS data and databases. A job description is included for view of the duties, job requirements and other necessary knowledge, skills, and responsibilities of the GIS Administrator position.

Interested applicants can find further details of this career opportunity here.  Job application.

 

Environmental Manager - IDNR

Posted: February 26

In this role, you will provide support for Geographic Information System (GIS) tasks for the Floodplain Management Branch, Division of Water. You will assist the Engineering Service Center and the Division GIS coordinator in evaluating, compiling and delivering GIS data for use in assessments for the Indiana Flood Control Act, the Indiana Floodplain Management Act, and the National Flood Insurance Program, among others.

Interested applicants can find further details of this career opportunity here.  

 

GIS Intern (Unpaid) - Indiana Office of Technology

Posted: February 22

You will assist the Indiana Office of Technology's (IOT) GIS division with several projects including reviewing, updating, writing reports surrounding the GIS library and metadata. You would also be responsible for communicating with other state agency GIS teams and support GIS needs and initiatives. Other duties may be assigned as needed.

Interested applicants can find further details of this career opportunity here.

 

GIS Coordinator  - Office of the Monroe County Surveyor

Posted: January 25

Coordinates all aspects of a county-wide Geographic Information System (GIS). Position is responsible for GIS data management and quality control, GIS application maintenance and development, GIS database administration, and performing administrative, professional, and technical work. Works in the County Surveyor’s Office under the general direction of the County Surveyor, but will coordinate many efforts with multiple departments throughout the County.

Coordinates extensively with the Technical Services Department. Manages vendors working on GIS related projects.

Assists County GIS users as needed, including assessing user needs and developing applications, analyzing feature data and attributes for County departments, and diagnosing and fixing software problems.

Processes geographic information queries and outputs, such as plotting of maps, for County users and the public.

Interested applicants can find further details of this career opportunity here.

 
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