Geographic Info System Programmer Analyst I

The position performs technical work in geographic information systems (GIS) and will follow a career path of GIS analysis. This position does not involve any application design and programming. Perform GIS analysis and provide findings to various departments within the agency. Extract data by using GIS software and provide data sets and maps to clients. Assist departments in the DEP with GIS technical support with regard to geospatial technologies. Prepare manuals and give direction on how to use and access geospatial data. Provide technical support and write manuals on how to utilize software needed to analyze geospatial data. Evaluate and analyze GIS data to create desired deliverables. Create image mosaics. Conduct GIS project work in support of DMR, the OAMLR and DWWM's Environment program. Perform spatial analysis work and conduct research in support of the Agency's mission.

Full Time position. Bachelor’s, or foreign equivalent, in technical field such as geography, cartography, geology, forestry, natural or earth sciences, environmental sciences, engineering, engineering technology, math, computer science, planning or a related field.  Must have 6 semester hours in computer science or GIS from an accredited college or university. A professional diploma from National Geospatial-Intelligence College or agency may be substituted for the bachelor's degree requirement and 6 semester hours in computer science or GIS requirement. Required to complete an Internet based profile assessment. Jobsite: Charleston, WV. 

Send resume to WV Department of Environmental Protection, 601 57th Street SE, Charleston, WV 25304. Attn: Lori Saylor, DEP, BTO.

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