Information Technology Services Information Services supports a variety of customers in multiple departments throughout the entire campus such as Facilities Management Campus/Medical Center, Utilities and Energy Management, Telecommunications, Networking, and Capital Project Management along with many others.
The Geospatial Technician will serve in a variety of technical roles supporting Utilities & Network Geographic Information Services (GIS) and the department needs. While serving in these roles the Systems Technician can rely on senior level support to complete the assigned tasks.
Tasks will span many different skills sets including but not limited to data collection, entry, processing, and report creation using the appropriate software for the task. Experience with GIS map production is required. Preferred skills involve one or more of the following: AutoCAD, ArcGIS online products, Civil Engineering practices and standards using Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) equipment; Utilities locating; Ground Penetrating Radar operation, and experience with lean processes using the Toyota Production System concepts.
This position will work 40 hours per week depending on departmental schedules and needs with overtime scheduled as-needed. The Geospatial Technician will need to maintain availability during pre-scheduled times to support the operations of the area and will support projects to meet department deadlines.
The Information Services team supports and encourages work life balance along with flexible work schedules.
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