Tuesday, November 15, 2016

Sonoma County Water Agency job - GIS Technician II

Sonoma County Water Agency

GIS Technician II

The Geographic Information Technician II prepares, revises, and maintains a variety of maps and mapping related records, documents, and reports; creates, revises, manipulates, and maintains spatial database records used with computer based geographic information systems; produces visual aids and graphics for presentation; provides spatial analysis; explains and interprets maps as requested by county departments and the general public; and performs other related duties.

Tuesday, October 18, 2016

City of Santa Rosa - Student Internship - GIS

City of Santa Rosa

Student Internship - GIS

The City of Santa Rosa's Information Technology Department has excellent paid internship opportunities in the Administration and Applications divisions. To qualify to be a Student Intern, an individual must be enrolled in a full-time or part-time academic or vocational program or curriculum which is directly related to the work the Intern would perform for the City.
The Operations Division Intern will be working in the Geographical Information System (GIS) Services section. This division provides coordination, support, and maintenance of the City's GIS systems and GIS services for all City departments. The various GIS services are accessible by employees and the public.

Wednesday, August 3, 2016

GIS Specialist job opportunity - Bay Area

Wednesday, June 29, 2016 9:46 AM | Mōno Simeone (Administrator)
Job Title*:GIS Specialist
Job Description:Insignia Environmental is looking to fill an immediate opening in our downtown Palo Alto, San Francisco, or Encinitas office for a full-time GIS Specialist.

The GIS Specialist is responsible for obtaining, organizing, and mapping GIS data, identifying efficient methods for and implementing data analysis, and ensuring consistency, accuracy, and quality in all GIS work. Keeps apprised of latest software updates and GIS analysis techniques.
Supports all staff in preparing deliverables.

Obtain and Organize GIS Data
■ Conduct research and collect the best available data independently
■ Organize GIS data so that it is readily identifiable and easy to locate
■ Ensure accuracy and quality in all data sources
■ Conduct fieldwork as needed to prepare GIS datasets and associated deliverables
■ Prepare GPS units (including sub-meter Trimble and Garmin) and provide instruction and support for collecting data in the field
■ Download GPS data from survey-grade GPS (including sub-meter Trimble and Garmin) units and prepare for use in GIS mapping and analysis activities

Analyze Data
■ Research and determine the best methods for analyzing data and implement them in accordance with industry standards

Prepare Deliverables
■ Prepare maps and graphics in support of deliverables
■ Review maps and graphics to ensure the highest level of quality
■ Prepare written reports, letters, and other deliverables, as assigned
■ Coordinate production of maps and other GIS-based products with vendors
■ Assist with production of deliverables, as needed

■ Communicate effectively with all employees and management
■ Exercise sound cost-control measures
■ Positively represent the company
■ Execute other duties as assigned

■ Background and/or experience or education in basic cartography
■ Strong knowledge of current GIS and graphics software, including ArcGIS Desktop 10x Suite (including Spatial Analyst, Model Builder, and Data Driven Pages), Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop
■ Experience using online and mobile GIS applications, including ArcGIS Online and Collector for ArcGIS
■ Mastery of Microsoft Office products, including organizing, analyzing, and summarizing large Microsoft Excel data sets
■ In-depth knowledge of current GIS analysis practices and techniques

■ Excellent organizational skills
■ Strong communication skills
■ Solid analytical and interpretive abilities
■ Excellent problem-solving skills
■ Ability to coordinate multiple tasks concurrently and operate under stress
■ Ability to work well with others
■ Superior responsiveness
■ Self-motivation
■ Exemplary quality-control skills

■ Bachelor's degree in cartography, GIS, environmental science, planning, or a related discipline

■ Minimum of 2 years of experience in environmental consulting in a similar role

■ Valid driver’s license and good driving record
■ Willingness and ability to travel upon request on occasion
■ Ability to conduct fieldwork, including hiking, ATV use, four-wheel-drive vehicle use
■ Willingness to work fluctuating and/or long hours as necessary

Insignia Environmental was founded in 2004 to provide premier customer service to utility and infrastructure clients facing unique strategic and environmental challenges. We support our clients through the full lifecycle of their projects, from strategic planning and project development, through agency negotiation and environmental permitting, to project construction monitoring and post-construction compliance. We offer a casual, enjoyable work environment and generous benefits, including a company-sponsored retirement program, medical insurance, and paid time off.

Interested applicants should submit a resume with a brief cover letter or cover email, including compensation history and requirements. Please include "resume" and the position title in the subject line of your email.

We request that applicants refrain from calling or visiting our offices directly.
Organization*:Insignia Environmental
Mission St.
San Francisco, CA 94105
United States
Contact Name:
Contact Email:jobs@insigniaenv.com
Contact Phone Number:650-321-6787
Contact Fax Number:

Tuesday, October 20, 2015

GIS / Policy Volunteer Internship - Greenbelt Alliance

GIS / Policy Volunteer Internship
14-40 hours/week (flexible)
Position to be filled immediately

We are seeking a motivated individual to provide policy research and GIS (geographic information systems) support for our campaigns for open space protection and better city planning throughout the San Francisco Bay Area. 
Supporting Greenbelt Alliance’s Role in the Bay Area

Between 2005 and 2035, the Bay Area will grow by two million people. This growth could make the Bay Area a better place to live, or it could hurt the region. Will people be able to find homes they can afford? Will they be able to walk or bike to work, or will they have to pay for gasoline, whatever it costs? Will natural areas and working farms continue to provide clean air, clean water, and fresh food? Greenbelt Alliance’s Grow Smart Bay Area vision and research shows that by directing growth to existing cities and towns, protecting the region’s natural areas and working farms, and making sure this growth happens in an equitable way that benefits everyone, the Bay Area will remain a great place to live.

Greenbelt Alliance staff are engaged in multiple land-use planning campaigns to carry out the Grow Smart Bay Area vision.  Examples include:
      Exploring new policy pathways to protect farms, ranches and landscapes in Sonoma County, South Santa Clara County and East Contra Costa County.
      Creating vibrant, walkable neighborhoods in and around San Jose’s Urban Villages that includes homes affordable to all income levels and focuses mobility on people, not cars.
      Pushing new online platforms for civic engagement, greenbelt land mapping, infill development as well as sharing and harnessing smart growth information in the Bay Area
      Engaging in the implementation of Plan Bay Area to support effective conservation strategies and tools for the region’s the open spaces
      Evaluating complete street projects and street safety around the Bay Area

Volunteer Internship Responsibilities

      GIS research and display – What is the walking and bicycling distance from a proposed station or the collision rate along a corridor? What are the open space values at risk of urbanization in the Bay Area? How can maps tell the compelling stories of the land?
      Policy research – What new zoning tools could Sonoma County implement to prevent rural parcelization and sprawl development? How can cities improve the development process for infill housing? Where are the critical components of county food systems? What are conditions of the Bay Area county water and irrigation districts?
      GIS system development – updating and improving Greenbelt Alliance’s GIS data layers
      Emissions analysis – using the CalEEMod software package to calculate estimated greenhouse gas emissions and new vehicle trips produced from development proposals
      Analysis of public documents – for example, reviewing draft Specific Plans, Transit Area Plans and Environmental Impact Reports (EIRs) and drafting formal comment letters


The GIS/Policy Volunteer Intern will support and directly report to the Planning & Research Manager and contribute to a supportive, collaborative, and productive work environment at Greenbelt Alliance. They must be a highly organized individual with the following skills:
      Required proficiency using Geographic Information Systems
o       1 year minimum experience or advanced GIS class work
      Experience in land use planning and/or environmental conservation
      Excellent attention to detail and follow-through
      Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to interact with people from varied backgrounds in a professional manner on the phone, via email, and in person
      Ability to plan and prioritize workflow and meet deadlines
      Ability to work independently, take initiative, be solution-oriented
      Ability to work collaboratively
      Strong written and oral communication skills
      Strong computer skills specifically in Microsoft applications (Word, Excel, Outlook) and Adobe applications (Illustrator, InDesign)

Schedule and Compensation

This position will require an average of 14 - 40 hours of work per week for a minimum of 3 months as a volunteer.

To Apply

Send a resume cover letter to internships@greenbelt.org. Please include your name and “Volunteer GIS/Policy Intern” in the Subject line of the email. Applications will be evaluated as they arrive; the position is open until filled.


The position is unpaid. Travel reimbursement is available for volunteer interns working more than 30 hours a week who can demonstrate financial need.

This position is an excellent opportunity to have an impact on land use decisions throughout the Bay Area.  The volunteer intern will meet professionals from around the region and will learn about environmental and urban planning issues while developing a network of contacts and references in the planning field. When applying for future jobs, volunteer interns will be able to point to tangible results from their work and describe discrete projects that they led.

About Greenbelt Alliance

Greenbelt Alliance is the champion of the places that make the Bay Area special. We defend natural and agricultural landscapes from development while helping create great cities and neighborhoods. We bring together residents and decision-makers, business leaders, labor unions and others to find innovative solutions to our region’s growth challenges.

With a committed staff of 21, Greenbelt Alliance has a strong team spirit and sense of fun. We are headquartered in San Francisco, with offices in San Jose, Santa Rosa, and Walnut Creek.

Greenbelt Alliance values a diverse workplace and is an equal opportunity employer with a commitment to engaging the skills and leadership of people of color, LGBT persons, and other people from diverse backgrounds. People from these and other traditionally marginalized backgrounds and communities are strongly encouraged to apply.

Thursday, October 15, 2015

GIS Technician job at Dudek

DUDEK, one of California’s leading mid-sized environmental and engineering consulting firms, is growing. We have offices throughout California and offer competitive salaries and excellent employee benefits. Currently, we are seeking the right person to fill the role of GIS Technician.

Location:   Auburn/Sacramento Area

Category:  Environmental Services

General Description:
We are seeking a full-time entry to mid-level GIS Technician to join our team.

Primary Responsibilities:
- Creating final map products using ArcGIS for various reports, meetings and exhibits;
- Creation, maintenance and QA/QC of geographic data sets using ArcGIS.
- Integrating CAD and GPS data with ArcGIS.
- Conducting heads-up digitizing of geographic features.
- Delivering data sets & metadata to clients, jurisdictions and end-users.

Education and Essential Skills:
- Bachelor’s degree with major course work in geography, planning, ecology or related field with an emphasis in GIS (or GIS certificate); applicable work experience/internships preferred.    
- Demonstrated competence using ESRI’s ArcGIS software applications and extensions.
- Demonstrated cartographic ability, including design principles and understanding of map creation procedures and standards.
- Demonstrated capability integrating CAD and GPS data into ArcGIS.
- Experience working with end-users to determine GIS needs.
- Demonstrated ability to assimilate biological, cultural and other environmental resources     information from a variety of sources and present the information in map, tabular, chart, written and oral formats.
- Ability to interpret technical planning drawings.
- Knowledge or interest in biological resources and planning.

Apply on line at www.dudek.com, or e-mail your resume and cover letter to: humanresources@dudek.com, referencing the position title in your response. You may also fax: Human Resources at (760) 632-0164; or Mail: Dudek, Attn: Human Resources, 605 3rd Street, Encinitas, CA 92024. No phone calls please.

Dudek is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.                                              

Thursday, September 10, 2015

North Coast Regional Water Quality Control Board jobs

We have two positions open here at the Board that might be of interest to your students or recent grads.  Some info is below:

·         Scientific Aide - http://jobs.spb.ca.gov/wvpos/more_info.cfm?recno=628938.   This is a paid position that might be perfect for a current student in environmental science, geology, or geography.  We are looking for someone with solid GIS skills that has some science background and wants to work on watershed and water quality issues.
·         Environmental Scientist -  http://jobs.spb.ca.gov/wvpos/more_info.cfm?recno=629115.  This is a permanent, full time staff position as a watershed steward.  The job will include work on a sediment-impaired watershed in Humboldt County and the ideal candidate needs to be able to coordinate stakeholders with a variety of perspectives.  In order to be eligible to apply for this position, candidates need to have a degree in environmental studies or biology and have successfully passed an environmental scientist exam with the state. 

Please distribute to anyone you think might be interested.  If there are any questions, please call or email me. 

Thank you,

Rebecca Fitzgerald, Senior Environmental Scientist
Adaptive Watershed Management Unit
North Coast Regional Water Quality Control Board
5550 Skylane Boulevard, Suite A
Santa Rosa, CA  95404

Thursday, April 30, 2015

City of Healdsburg - GIS Specialist

Position Detail
Organization: City of Healdsburg
Title: GIS Specialist
Location: City of Healdsburg, CA USA
Application Deadline:
Posted: 2015-04-29
Position Description:
GIS SPECIALIST. City of Healdsburg. Salary range $5,723-$6,984 per month, DOQ, plus excellent benefit package. Under general supervision, develop, support, and maintain new and existing GIS (Geographical Information System) layers and GIS user applications in a LAN/WAN environment as well as provide occasional helpdesk support on a variety of hardware, software and telephony platforms. Education equivalent to four years of college level coursework from a fully accredited college or university with a major in GIS, geography, computer science or a related field and three years of related GIS work experience using ESRI’s (Environmental Systems Research Institute) ArcView. A Bachelor’s Degree is highly desirable. Apply online at www.ci.healdsburg.ca.us or download the required application and mail your application materials to the City of Healdsburg Personnel Office, 401 Grove Street, Healdsburg, CA 95448. Position is open until filled. EOE/AA/ADA

Monday, January 5, 2015

County of Marin - GIS Analyst II / Senior GIS Analyst

Job Opportunity
County of Marin - GIS Analyst II / Senior GIS Analyst
The County of Marin is currently recruiting for the position of Senior Geographic Information System Analyst/ Geographic Information System (GIS) Analyst II.
The Senior GIS Analyst serves the GIS program through GIS application development, data development and maintenance, project implementation and technical support/training. The GIS Analyst II performs professional-level GIS work related to the development and implementation of systems, databases and scripts to create, maintain, display and upgrade a County-wide geographic information system.

County of Napa - GIS Technician (Extra-Help)

Job Opportunity
County of Napa - GIS Technician (Extra-Help)
The County of Napa is currently recruiting for a GIS Technician, Extra Help position. This is a part-time position with approximately 20 hours per week at $24.11/hour. The primary job duties will be performing data maintenance on our framework datasets such as roads, addresses and parcels. We use Esri software and the Local Government Information Model (LGIM). Specific experience with the LGIM structure and associated apps is desired, but not required.
Please refer to the County’s website for additional details and an application.

Thursday, November 6, 2014

Gas Transmission Mapping & GIS Technician

Organization: Pacific Gas & Electric
Title: Gas Transmission Mapping & GIS Technician
Location: San Ramon, CA
Application Deadline: 2014-11-10
Posted: 2014-11-05
Position Description:

Apply @ http://careers.pge.com/
using Requisition #: 52206397-I02

Pacific Gas and Electric Company, a subsidiary of PG&E Corporation (NYSE:PCG), is one of the largest combined natural gas and electric utilities in the United States. Based in San Francisco, with 20,000 employees, the company delivers some of the nation's cleanest energy to 15 million people in Northern and Central California. Pacific Gas and Electric Company is an Affirmative Action and Equal Employment Opportunity employer that actively pursues and hires a diverse workforce. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, national origin, ancestry, sex, age, religion, physical or mental disability status, medical condition, protected veteran status, marital status, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, gender expression, genetic information or any other factor that is not related to the job.

Department Overview
Production Mapping, within the Gas Operations organization, is undergoing a transformation at our San Ramon Headquarters in how PG&E creates, maintains, and analyzes our Geo-Spatial data on our Gas Transmission Pipeline. We are implementing new tools and processes that will be on the cutting edge for the utility industry and we are looking for qualified candidates who possess the drive and ability to help us make PG&E into the safest and most reliable utility in the industry.

Position Summary
This entry-level position is represented by Engineers and Scientists of California (ESC) and is subject to collective bargaining. Under the direction of a Principal or Lead mapper, you will work with Gas Transmission as-built drawings and other mapping data to post spatial database updates in PG&E’s new linear referenced Geographic Information System (GIS). The mapping technician maintains, updates, and analyzes pipeline features within the database. The technician also updates and maintains gas system operating maps and diagrams of the gas transmission system as needed/required. Other tasks may be assigned as necessary.

• Must be at least 18 years of age
• Must possess a High School diploma, GED or equivalent work experience
• Must possess a valid California Driver’s License
• Must be able to wear company provided Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
• Ability to drive safely in all weather and road conditions
• Ability to work flexible schedules, extended hours, nights, weekends, and/or overtime
(scheduled or ad hoc)
• Internal PG&E employees: Must have qualified on the Physical Test Battery (PTB) exam, Work Orientation Inventory (WOI) exam and Technical Test (TECH Test) exam prior to applying
• External and Hiring Hall candidates: Must qualify on the Physical Test Battery (PTB) exam, Work Orientation Inventory (WOI), and Technical Test (TECH Test) exam prior to interviewing

• Two year technical certificate in GIS or BA/BS Degree from accredited college or university in GIS, Geography, Engineering, or other closely related discipline. BA/BS in unrelated field or AA/AS along with a GIS certificate is acceptable
• Experience editing and maintaining Pipeline Feature Lists (PFLs) from gas transmission construction job packages.
• Demonstrated experience using ESRI ArcGIS 10x to develop, edit, and maintain spatial data from engineering as-built drawings
• Experience with using Bentley’s MicroStation to update and maintain maps and diagrams for engineering or construction related projects
• Understanding of geographic data types (land base, imagery, gas utility infrastructure, ppipelines, etc.) • Ability to perform basic queries (spatial and non-spatial)
• Demonstrated proficiency with Microsoft Office products- Word, Excel, Outlook, Access, and SharePoint
• Demonstrated experience or exposure using SAP
• 1+ year of Gas or Utility operations related experience

• Interpret construction As-Builts drawings and associated data related to the installation and maintenance of the gas transmission system. Understand individual pipeline features (valves, taps, reducers, elbows, regulators, flanges, etc.) and record their attributes and their location using GIS tools and databases.
• Ability to align features to a pipeline centerline using linear referencing tools and methods.
• Create, modify and update records, maps and diagrams using GIS tools and data company databases.
• Ensure records maps and diagrams comply with federal, state and local regulations and company requirements.
• Input data related to specific job-site and facility information for quality assurance purposes, historical tracking, forecasting and produce reports related to job-site data using computers and various applications.
• Review and research work assignments and projects using computers, various internal
applications and websites to review.
• Gather data related to records, maps and diagrams for specific job site projects.
• Schedule and coordinate document distribution to meet applicable federal, state and local regulations and company requirements.
• Research and prioritize documents for data input.
• Use computer and other methods and tools for file management of job plans, records, maps, diagrams and other documents
• Contribute toward Gas Safety Excellence goals by improving safety, reliability and
affordability for one or more asset families and one or more life cycles

Thursday, October 23, 2014

Sonoma County Water Agency - GIS Tech I (Extra-Help)

Job Opportunity
Sonoma County Water Agency - GIS Tech I (Extra-Help)
The Sonoma County Water Agency is seeking qualified candidates to fill one (1) extra-help (temporary) Geographic Information Technician I vacancy. This employment list may also be used to fill future extra-help vacancies as they occur during the active status of this list.
A Geographic Information Technician I, in the Sonoma County Water Agency, prepares, revises, and maintains a variety of maps and mapping related records, documents, and reports. Work includes creation and revision of maps and documents; manipulation and maintenance of spatial database records used with computer based geographic information systems; production of visual aids and graphics for presentations; providing spatial analysis; and explanation and interpretation of maps to County departments, employees, and the general public (and performs related duties as required).
If you are interested in this position please go to theCounty of Sonoma's Job Posting to apply.

Thursday, May 1, 2014

County of Sonoma - Geographic Information Technician II

Job Opportunity
County of Sonoma - Geographic Information Technician II
The County of Sonoma's Permit and Resource Management Department seeks an experienced Geographic Information Systems professional.

The Geographic Information Technician II researches, creates, integrates, analyzes, and maintains land development geospatial datasets. Work includes creating and revising maps and documents, manipulating and maintaining spatial database feature classes utilizing geographic information systems (GIS); producing visual aids and exhibits for hearing presentations; assisting staff in defining data needs, project requirements, and required deliverables; and meeting state and federal requirements, as well as the needs of county departments and the general public, through detail oriented spatial analysis; and interpreting and explaining geographical information for staff and the public.

If you are interested in this position please go to theCounty of Sonoma's Job Posting to apply.

Wednesday, December 4, 2013

CalGIS and free Webinar Series

CalGIS 2014 Deadlines to Note
·  December 15–last day to submit a presentation proposal for CalGIS 2014
·  December 31–last day to register for CalGIS 2014 at the early registration rate (save $100)
·  December 31–last day to secure a sponsorship/exhibit booth at the early registration rate (save up to $200)

CalGIS Webinar Series: Webinar #4Friday, December 13, 2013 11:00 AM-12:00 Noon PST

Please register for this free CalGIS Webinar at: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/1143087827426641922

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.  View System Requirements

Guest Speakers for Webinar #4 

Amy Smith – Using Python for Efficiency and Innovation with ArcGIS: I’d like to share some of the efficiencies I’ve discovered using Python in my own GIS workflows as well as some of the applications I’ve built using Python and the ArcGIS suite of geoprocessing tools.

Amy Smith is a GIS Specialist with Fehr & Peers, a California-based transportation consulting firm. Amy’s GIS career started with space-based radar imagery analysis in the Florida Everglades. After relocating to California from Florida, she worked with the Department of Water Resources collecting and mapping bathymetry data in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta. Now at Fehr & Peers, Amy works closely with planners and engineers using geospatial technologies to better understand transportation. She develops custom spatial analysis tools for web and desktop using Python.

Rob Elkins – ESRI - Desktop Product Manager – Discussion of trends and vision of recent technical investment in the next generation of Esri Desktop software, ArcGIS Professional, as well as great new functionality in our ArcMap, ArcGlobe and ArcScene Desktop products

Host: Jeff Orton - Chair CalGIS 2014 – Director of GIS Paramount Citrus

Don’t miss these important CalGIS 2014 Deadlines –
·       December 15–last day to submit a presentation proposal for CalGIS 2014
·       December 31–last day to register for CalGIS 2014 at the early registration rate (save $100)
·       December 31–last day to secure a sponsorship/exhibit booth at the early registration rate (save up to $200)

Visit www.calgis.org for conference details and forms!

This e-mail was sent from URISA (info@urisa.org) to mateolclark@gmail.com.

Monday, May 20, 2013

GIS/INFORMATION SYSTEMS SPECIALIST - Federated Indians of Graton Rancheria

Organization: Federated Indians of Graton Rancheria
Location: Rohnert Park, CA
Application Deadline:
Posted: 2013-05-20
Position Description:

TERM: Temporary, 6 months, Full-time

Under general supervision the GIS/Information Specialist applies graphic art, computer, and drafting skills to a variety of projects that involve computer graphics, and general technical design work; produces and updates maps; assists in the preparation of miscellaneous graphics, brochures, reports, ads, and maps for all departments within the Tribe; researches, compiles, stores and analyzes a variety of data for different information systems; and edits, creates, and maintains graphic and tabular data. The position performs a full range of duties with only occasional instruction or assistance. The position works independently, applies well developed graphics and GIS knowledge, and exercises judgment and initiative and is fully aware of the operating procedures and policies of the work unit. Work is normally reviewed only on completion and for overall results.

APPLY AT: www.gratonrancheria.com/jobs.htm

Thursday, January 31, 2013

Intern Opportunity for City of San Jose

City of San José

DEPARTMENT:  Public Works
DIVISION:    Engineering Services-Technology Services Section
TERM OF ASSIGNMENT: beginning February 2013
INTERN SUPERVISOR:  Vicky Gallardo and Harsh Gautam
PHONE:  408-535-8463
EMAIL:  vicky.gallardo@sanjoseca.gov


The Department of Public Works is responsible for delivering capital improvement projects for a wide variety of City facilities and infrastructure, maintaining City facilities and fleet assets, facilitating and regulating development activities, and providing animal care and services.

The department is committed to high-quality service, partnering with the community, and providing an excellent environment in which to work.  We strive to constantly demonstrate the City values of Integrity, Innovation, Excellence, Collaboration, Respect, and Celebration, and seek employees who do the same.
The Department of Public Works is looking for a student in Computer Science or GIS courses that is willing to work on a student project to develop an interactive map for viewing Capital Improvement Projects. You will gain practical experience and exposure by developing applications that support the Geographic Information Systems (GIS) team.
  • Creating services-driven web applications using Python
  • Experience creating database-driven web applications
  • Familiarity with Google Map and ArcGIS Online APIs
  • JavaScript and DOJO coding experience and debugging skills helpful
  • Experience with traditional GIS systems (e.g., Esri) is desirable
  • Ability to work collaboratively and productively in a small team

Monday, January 28, 2013

Greenbelt Alliance, Policy Internship,San Francisco, CA

Greenbelt Alliance seeks a motivated individual to provide policy research and geographic information system (GIS) support for our campaigns for open space protection and good city planning throughout the San Francisco Bay Area. For more information about this internship opportunity, please check our website: http://www.greenbelt.org/about/careers/

Friday, January 11, 2013

Internship at the Northwest Information Center (NWIC)

Looking for that hands-on learning experience? 

Want to apply the skills and knowledge you have acquired in the classroom in a professional setting?

Need any internship units?

The Northwest Information Center (NWIC) of the California Historical Resources Information System is looking for interns for the Spring 2013 semester.
● 2 or 3 unit internships available ●
● You will need a faculty sponsor●

The NWIC is in the process of developing a Geographic Information System that links locational and descriptive data for our area which includes 18 coastal, Bay Area, and inland counties, from Del Norte in the north to Monterey in the south.

NWIC staff regularly assists Cultural Resources Consultants undertaking research in California archaeology, architectural history, and history; provides information to landowners, scholars, and the general public about their local, state, or federal legal requirements; and assists governmental agencies and private firms in meeting those legal requirements.

For more information:

For more information about who we are and what we do, visit our website at www.sonoma.edu/nwic.