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  • 17 Nov 2022 11:12 AM | Christine Chaplin (Administrator)

    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 (Administrator)

    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.

    Click here to learn more & apply!

  • 09 Nov 2022 1:28 PM | Christine Chaplin (Administrator)

    NREM Lecturer (2 positions)

    Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Management, College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources, University of Hawaii at Manoa

    Lecturer Position #1-Teach one section of NREM 477 Geographic Information System for Resource Managers - Combined lecture-lab on the basic concepts and principles of geographic information systems. Practical skills to be developed by solving real natural resources and environmental problems. 

    Lecturer Position #2- Teach one section of NREM 310 Statistics in Agriculture and Human Resources. Theory, applications, and presentation of statistical reasoning. Descriptive, probability, and inferential reasoning for one-variable analysis with extensions to multiple variable cases.

    University of Hawaii at Manoa campus, Salary commensurate with experience. Temporary, Spring semester

    More Information & Apply Here

  • 09 Nov 2022 1:14 PM | Christine Chaplin (Administrator)

    Federal Strategies, a rapidly growing small business in Fredericksburg VA, is seeking a hardworking GIS individual to support the United States Marine Corps. Military experience with US ranges desired, particularly with the Range Managers Tool Kit (RMTK), be a US Citizen with the ability to obtain a Secret Clearance, and ideally possess 5-7 years of ArcGIS use and experience. Individual will support the USMC Range and Training Area Management (RTAM) division. Required work will be based in Guam. This is not a remote work position.

    Click Here to Apply

    Position Description:

    The GIS Technical Analyst will work as part of the Range and Training Area Management (RTAM) Team supporting the updating and production of Military Installation Maps (MIMs) and Military Installation Map Installation Commanders Special (MIMICS) map products. The GIS Analyst will work with standardized Military Operations (MILOPS) geospatial data readily available. GIS analysts will update feature classes with inputs from range controls, other installation departments, and by conducting data collection as required. In addition, the GIS analyst will provide GIS solutions for Range Safety, Management, and Operations as well as range-related data, and serving as a technical point of contact to others both internal and external to RTAM. Individual will provide support to MCB Camp Blaz. Some travel may be required for range data collection at locations in the USMC MCI PAC Region.

    Experience Requirements:

    • Required: GIS Certified
    • Desired: Bachelor’s Degree in GIS/Geography, Environmental Science, Mathematics, Engineering or related field of study with 5-7 years of experience using ESRI GIS tools. Expertise with Marine Corps weapons, ranges, and military operations, particularly in the use of the RMTK a plus.
    • Familiarity with military range operations and safety procedures a plus.
    • Prior Military Service a plus.

    Must be able to obtain a SECRET Clearance.

    Job Requirements:

    • Create, update, and maintain MIM products for installations within the western pacific.
    • Define requirements and elements with stakeholders
    • Work with Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) to develop and propose recommended methodology and capture/catalog data to create MIMs / MIMICS.
    • Utilize the MIM data as base map for MIMICS with additional defined elements data.
    • Document and utilize SharePoint for version control.
    • Follow a MIMs / MIMICS Quality Assurance/Quality Control checks and producing Draft, Draft Final, and Final iterations.
    • Ensure the alignment of current real property Common Installation Picture (CIP) data, stored in GeoFidelis with both iNFADS and RFMSS records, as well as identify data gaps in all three databases.
    • Provide daily ad hoc RMTK planning products to include updated weapons danger zones, surface dangers zones, deviation maps, range certification support graphics, range clearance analysis, and SOP/SPINS/Cards for each installation.
    Contact us:  https://fed-strat.com/contact/

  • 20 Oct 2022 9:47 AM | Christine Chaplin (Administrator)

    State of Hawaii,  Department of Business, Economic Development & Tourism; Office of Planning and Sustainable Development; Coastal Zone Management Program, Sea level rise student intern

    Position # 118336

    Qualifications: College student currently enrolled in a program related to geography, GIS, planning, oceanography, natural resource management or related field. Knowledge and experience with Esri software; ability to conduct quality checks on large data sets; have an interest in coastal zone management issues. 

    Please see the State of Hawaii Non-civil service postings and search under “CZM Project Analyst” and it is also linked here.  Note that a master’s degree is preferred, by not required.

    Inquiries regarding the positions and submittal of resumes can be directed to Debra.L.Mendes@hawaii.gov

    Major Duties & Responsibilities: State Planning for Climate Change Adaptation. Assist with refining a sea level rise exposure assessment for state infrastructure. Use GIS to conduct QA/QC and data clean up of existing spatial data. Use ArcPro to create GIS layer of state building footprints and compile existing sea level rise projections and other relevant existing spatial data. Perform other related duties, as assigned

  • 13 Oct 2022 11:04 AM | Christine Chaplin (Administrator)

    Geographic Information System Cartographic Technician I (SR-17)
    Closing: On Continuous Recruitment
    Salary: $3,999/month
    Geographic Information System Analyst III (SR-20)
    Closing: October 15, 2022 at 11:59 pm HST
    Salary: $4,337/month
    Supervising Geographic Information System Cartographic Technician (SR-21)
    Closing: On Continuous Recruitment
    Salary: $4,858/month

  • 26 Sep 2022 3:32 PM | Christine Chaplin (Administrator)

    Duties and responsibilities of this position include developing policies and procedures relative to the management of the department's GIS data; administering the GIS computing system and its integration with other database systems; collaborating on the management of GIS data storage, software updates, and equipment needs; designing webmaps and StoryMaps; providing geographic data and information related to the department's land inventory and assets; working with staff to create GIS solutions for existing issues; and maintaining a repository of commonly used data sources.

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  • 14 Sep 2022 10:52 AM | Christine Chaplin (Administrator)

    Provide systems hardware and software configurations for the Directorate of Public Works, affecting GIS, CADD, real estate, and related engineering applications, file archiving, file management, and the transfer of electronic files over the local MCBH network to other parties involved in the design and construction process to facilitate in the accomplishment of the DPW Mission. 

    Provide installation GIS and CADD expertise and program management support services. Services include but are not limited to program management, mapping and analysis, database administration, data maintenance, consultation, and planning support to ensure MCB Hawaii obtains and maintains Geospatial data that adheres to USMC GEOFidelis / MCBH installation data standards and procedures in support of installation management of all activities.

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