shrug-l: Position Available
awilkinson at wilbursmith.com
Fri Mar 16 14:53:41 EDT 2007
Established in 1952, Wilbur Smith Associates is an international engineering
firm providing professional services in the fields of engineering, planning,
and economics. We currently have an opportunity for a GIS Analyst to work
out of our Tallahassee, Florida office.
Working on-site at the Florida Department of Transportation office, this
position will work on projects requiring technical analysis relating to
transportation planning and will support our clients in the areas of
traffic, transit and multimodal studies, including corridor planning,
statewide long range planning, and origin/destination studies. They will
apply GIS procedures to perform detailed data analysis in support of
existing planning projects; assemble and organize various datasets within
GIS environment; produce maps for presentations and reports in support of
various planning projects; assist with the development and maintenance of
more complex databases including but not limited to GeoDatabases in MS
Access and/or MS SQL Server; and develop and maintain web-based GIS using
ArcIMS. Minimum requirements include a Bachelor's degree in
Geography/Cartography or Planning and a minimum of one years experience with
ESRI ArcGIS software products; as well as strong skills with Access. Also
requires excellent verbal and written communications skills and ability to
successfully work in a team atmosphere.
WSA offers a competitive salary and a comprehensive benefits program. To
learn more about Wilbur Smith Associates and to respond on-line, please
visit our website at www.wilbursmith.com. Resumes may also be mailed to
WSA, P.O. Box 92, Columbia, SC 29202-0092, or faxed to 803-251-2064.
Reference job #AW10379.
R. Anne Wilkinson
Wilbur Smith Associates
3060 Williams Drive, Suite 300, Fairfax, Virginia 22031
Phone: (703) 208-2187; Fax: (703) 280-1631
E-mail: awilkinson at WilburSmith.com
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