shrug-l: Another SJRWMD GIS job opportunity

Pence, Patrick
Mon, 20 May 2002 13:30:22 -0400

On 5/10 we posted a GIS position in our IT Department to SHRUG-L.
As of 5/17 we've have another vacancy in our Environmental Sciences area.

Please note that these are two different vacancies, one in IT and one in
Environmental Sciences.  Thank you for your consideration.

Audrey M. Mitchell, PHR
Sr. Personnel Services Specialist
Office of Human Resources
St. Johns Water Management District

PAY GRADE 24,  MINIMUM $35,692.80 - MAXIMUM $63,398.40
APPLY BY 5/31/2002
This is advanced professional work designing, developing and executing
geographic information system (GIS) projects and methodologies.  Primary
duties: prepares GIS projects displaying selected District basins or
sub-areas, hydrography, and other features; performs analyses; prints
layouts and posters in support of District projects; creates metadata for
created and imported data sets; sets up GIS resources for support of BASINS
modeling; applies Spatial Analyst and 3-D Analyst extensions to support
engineering analyses; applies and improves existing model grid-generation
GIS-related software; develops quality assurance guidelines for contractors
who are developing one-foot contours; implements projects in ArcIMS on the
Intranet; applies statistical, interpolation, overlay, and other GIS
procedures and extensions for solutions to water resources engineering
problems; develops and applies AML or Visual Basic script procedures to
automate production of routine reports and displays, including
stage/storage analyses, calculations of acreages of land uses, curve
numbers, and Thiessen diagrams; develops monthly and annual District
rainfall contour maps; maintains archives, a Map Book of printed maps and
displays, and  file systems on the workstation and the network which can be
readily searched for projects; maintains Division Map Library in GISDOCs on
Intranet; acts as a GIS data steward for the Division; transfers data to
the District SDE database; trains and assists staff in GIS procedures;
assists in monitoring status of department printers and plotters used for
GIS production, and responds to requests from engineers and other GIS
analysts for more effective GIS approaches to engineering problems;
participates as a contributing member to technical working groups (not
confined to GIS); attends GIS User Group meetings, reports time on each
project on a monthly basis or as requested by supervisor; and documents
Engineering Division "GIS Needs" report for annual budget.  Qualifications
include:  a bachelor's degree in engineering, planning, computer science, a
physical or natural science, or related field and three years of experience
in geographic information system analysis and cartographic design using
ArcInfo or equivalent software; or an associate degree in computer science
or a technical program directly related to GIS and five years of
geographical information systems experience. A master's degree in planning,
a physical, natural, engineering or computer science can substitute for one
year of the required experience. Professional experience as described above
may substitute on a year-for-year basis for the required college education.

Contact for more information about applying.