A Geographic Information System (GIS) Analyst (Research Associate II Special) position is available with the Center for Environmental Management of Military Lands (CEMML). The duty location is full time at Fort McCoy, WI.
The GIS Analyst will be responsible for data development and data maintenance for all environmental GIS data. This includes but is not limited to incorporating data from disparate sources, applying quality control checks, and standardizing data to the SDSFIE. The individual will also be responsible for providing GIS support to the Army natural and cultural resources programs. This includes but is not limited to cartographic support, data requests, and data analysis. This position will engage with Natural and Cultural Resources Program Managers and staff at all supported the installation on a routine basis. This includes but is not limited to collaborating on projects, providing status updates, and presenting to small groups.
Additionally, the GIS Analyst will, in consultation with federal partners, will liaise with non-federal partners to develop data used for planning of collaborative projects with non-installation partners. GIS Analyst will provide expert advice to Fort McCoy staff and other CEMML staff to develop and analyze data in an efficient and timely manner.
Required Job Qualifications
Preferred Job Qualifications
Reflecting departmental and institutional values, candidates are expected to have the ability to advance the Department’s commitment to diversity and inclusion.
The GIS Analyst will be responsible for data development and data maintenance for all environmental GIS data. The successful candidate will ensure all data are maintained to the SDSFIE standards, metadata meets project requirements, and passes Quality Control checks.
GIS Support and Data Analysis
The GIS Analyst will be responsible for providing GIS support including but not limited to cartographic support, data requests, and data analysis.
The GIS Analyst will be responsible for collection and evaluation of existing spatial and aspatial data from disparate sources. The successful candidate will perform field data collection using GPS, rectify aerial photography, and digitize features from imagery.
The GIS Analyst will engage with Air Force environmental Program Managers and staff at all supported bases on a routine basis, including but not limited to reviewing data and providing status updates.
The GIS Analyst will be responsible for monthly reporting requirements.
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