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  • 16 Feb 2023 2:37 PM | Christine Chaplin

    Duties & Responsibilities

    (Job # 0078548) – Harold L. Lyon Arboretum is seeking a Senior Research Associate to join our team. This position will oversee the mapping, geo-referencing, and management of the Arboretum’s grounds and living collections, accessions database, and information and technology systems. The successful candidate will collaborate with the Arboretum Director and staff to develop arboretum maps, trail guidelines, and manage the plant signage and labeling program. The Senior Research Associate will also lead staff and subordinates and represent the Arboretum at stakeholder activities such as meetings, workshops, and conferences.This is a full-time position with competitive compensation and benefits. If you are passionate about natural resources management and have the necessary knowledge, skills, and abilities, we encourage you to apply.


  • 16 Feb 2023 2:18 PM | Christine Chaplin

    ANRPO GIS ANALYST – ID# 223072. CLOSING DATE: MARCH 15, 2023. 

    Regular, Full-Time, RCUH Non-Civil Service position with the Office of the Vice President for Research and Innovation (OVPRI) performing project tasks under the applicable cooperative agreement for the U.S. Army Garrison (USAG), Directorate of Public Works (DPW), Environmental Office, Natural Resources Section, located on the island of O‘ahu.  Continuation of employment is dependent upon program/operational needs, satisfactory work performance, availability of funds, and compliance with applicable Federal/State laws.

    MONTHLY SALARY RANGE: $3,467-$7,636/Mon. INQUIRIES: Roy Kam 655-9174 (Oahu).


  • 06 Feb 2023 11:02 AM | Christine Chaplin

    Supervises and/or performs the research, analyses, and design of thematic maps and applications and the design and maintenance of Geographic Information System (GIS) database including the coordination of interdepartmental GIS related matters; and performs other related duties as required.

    There are two (2) immediate permanent full-time vacancies with the Department of Information Technology - Geographic Information Systems Division in Hilo.  

    The eligible list may be used for other permanent and temporary vacancies as they arise during the life of the list.  Temporary appointment may lead to conversion to permanent appointment.

    • Job # 2023-00024
    • Salary: $63,384
    • Permanent & Temporary Positions
    • Closing 2/14/2023

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  • 03 Jan 2023 5:17 PM | Christine Chaplin

    IBSS has an immediate opening for a qualified GIS specialist to support on-going ecosystem based research within the Main Hawaiian Islands. 

    The Pacific Islands Fisheries Science Center (PIFSC) of the National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) is NOAA administers scientific research and monitoring programs that support the domestic and international conservation and management of living marine resources. PIFSC is headquartered in Honolulu, Hawaii. The Center has taken a leading role in marine research on ecosystems, both in the insular and pelagic environments. It is implementing a multidisciplinary research strategy including an ecosystem observation system and scientific analysis to support ecosystem approaches to management and restoration of living marine resources.

    Primary tasks relate to the development of human and environmental drivers of marine ecosystem health, working with geospatial data, high‐resolution aerial imagery, and derived products (e.g. habitat maps, topographic complexity metrics), and supporting IEA‐efforts related to Ecosystem‐Based Management.

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  • 03 Jan 2023 5:15 PM | Christine Chaplin

    Women in GIS (WiGIS) is pleased to announce our new Award and Scholarship Program. In partnership with Esri, Women In GIS will recognize 3 individuals with an award and provide 6 scholarships for women working in geospatial fields. 

    WiGIS scholarships provide funds for education expenses to undergraduate and graduate students and seed grants for women in the professional or academic sectors to support projects and research in a myriad of geospatial areas.

    Applications are accepted from women in any country/region. Underrepresented women are particularly encouraged to apply. You may self-nominate or nominate someone else as well. 

    Two (2) scholarships will be awarded for each category:

    • Undergraduate - $500
    • Graduate - $1000
    • Grants for practitioners and academics - $2000

    Applications will be accepted through January 31, 2023. 

    Complete details on these awards and scholarships, including the application form, are available in this PDF document. For questions, please contact scholarship@womeningis.org

  • 28 Dec 2022 10:47 AM | Christine Chaplin

    At geocgi we pride ourselves on not losing our focus. We started out and remain GIS experts (or geeks. . . depending on your perspective). Since 2006, we’ve evolved into a world-class and world-wide service provider of multiple disciplines. We are a talented, hardworking group that share values and characteristics that drive client, professional, and personal success. geocgi is looking for a GIS Specialist to support Naval Facilities Engineering Systems Command on-site in Honolulu, HI. This position requires an existing Department of Defense (DoD) Secret clearance. The GIS Specialist will provide technical support for operational objectives of the Joint Posture Management Office (JPMO) to assist the Government with the overall coordination and development of the Pacific Deterrence Initiative (PDI). The GIS Specialist will aid with planning, design, engineering, construction, environmental compliance, land use agreements, and activation of facilities to ensure timely mission capability for various DoD programs. The candidate will execute the responsibilities of a GIS Specialist, which include:Click for more information & to apply!

  • 13 Dec 2022 2:16 PM | Christine Chaplin

    Looking for an opportunity in emergency management? Hi-EMA has a #GIS position open. In the last few years we have leveraged ArcGIS to communicate and tell stories for partners internally and externally and the larger whole community.  This is an exempt position in the Hawaii Emergency Management Agency, compensation is dependent on knowledge, skills, and abilities. Challenging, busy, all hazards, sometimes long days and nights, floods, volcanoes, hurricanes, landslides, tsunamis, and occasional infrastructure failure.

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  • 22 Nov 2022 12:39 PM | Christine Chaplin
    Launching Today: Aloha+ Challenge Dashboard Lab Pilot Program

    Hawai‘i Green Growth UN Local2030 Hub is now accepting applications for six internship positions, for its pilot cohort of the Aloha+ Challenge Dashboard Lab Program launching in Spring 2023 (Jan. - May 2023).

    Internship positions within the Pilot Program will be available to current students and recent graduates of the University of Hawaiʻi System.

    The application period will be open through Nov. 17 - Dec. 20, 2022 11:59pm HST.
    For more information, or to apply to the Aloha+ Challenge Dashboard Lab Program, visit: bit.ly/DashboardLabPilotProgram

    Selected participants will dedicate 10-20 hours a week and obtain meaningful workforce training on sustainable development policy and data, project management, mentorship, and the opportunity to build relationships with a broad network of local organizations while improving the Aloha+ Challenge Dashboard to be a state-of-the-art model on localized sustainable development goals. Discover the Dashboard here: alohachallenge.hawaii.gov

    The six Dashboard Lab Pilot Program internship positions are as follows:

    • Data Visualizations & Modeling
    • Data Analysis
    • Data Updates & Development
    • Community Data & Education
    • Local-Global Research
    • Dashboard Communications

    We invite you to share the launch of the Dashboard Lab Pilot Program with your networks. Click here: bit.ly/DashboardLab-CommsMaterials to access communication materials and social media toolkit available for redistribution.

  • 17 Nov 2022 11:12 AM | Christine Chaplin

    Location: Fort Shafter working with the Corps of Engineers, USACE
    Estimated Start: December 5, 2022

    A minimum of three (3) years working production experience/knowledge of ArcGIS and ESRI mapping products.

    Preferred Experience:

    • Experience with Trimble Mapping Grade Global Navigation Satellite System to collect and process field data;
    • Experience using the Spatial Data Standards for Facilities, Infrastructure, & Environment (SDSFIE);
    • Experience authoring Federal Geographic Data Committee (FGDC) compliant metadata;
    • Familiarity with provisions, specifications, and estimates for surveying, photogrammetry, LiDAR, and/or GIS scopes of work;
    • Familiarity with developing, modifying, and serving web maps;
    • Familiarity with Oracle and relational database design;
    • Experience with MicroStation CAD files and willingness to work in an interoperable CADD/GIS environment where both software and storage formats are put to use in dual platforms;
    • Working knowledge of standard Microsoft applications.

    Must have good communications and interpersonal skills, both oral and written, to interface with managers, engineers, scientists and other personnel.
    Candidate must be proficient with Microsoft Office.  Other geospatial software used in this office includes SDSFIE tools, ERDAS Imagine, Trimble GPS software, and Adobe Photoshop.
    GIS experience is the most important factor.  Will consider education and potential to learn. 
    If interested and qualified, please forward resumes with references to  deb@dmrhawaii.com or call Deb at 808-839-2200.
    *** No Relocation, In-State applicants only. Must be available to interview immediately***  Equal Opportunity Employer

  • 16 Nov 2022 9:45 AM | Christine Chaplin

    Kamehameha Schools (KS) is more than just an amazing educational system.  We are also stewards of Princess Pauahi Bishop’s land.  Our ‘aina is an important part of the cultural identity & well-being of Native Hawaiians.  As the largest private landowner in the state, KS has a huge kuleana to steward our lands for the betterment of the lāhui.  Does that sound like something you would want to be a part of?  If so, then read on!

    Our Land Information Management and Services team is looking for a Land Information Business Analyst. This position supports KS’ operational oversight of more than 360K acres of land statewide.  Responsibilities include management of KS’ land inventory and its Map and Land Title, Document collection, conducting research and compiling necessary information in preparation for land surveys, land planning and due diligence work, transaction and litigation support, etc.

    This position performs analysis of spatial/land information in support of asset/resource management and planning, financial analysis and strategic planning. Manages individual Land Analysis projects and applications, and acts as a subject matter on issues related to Land Analysis.

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