Opening: GIS Program Specialist Position, University of Oregon
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The University of Oregon Geography Department invites applications for a full-time GIS Program Specialist in the InfoGraphics Lab. This new position will work on our Campus GIS and Mapping program. This effort brings together a consortium of campus users including Facilities Services, Network Services, Telecom, Public Safety, Planning and Publications. Central to this program is a university-wide enterprise geodatabase (ArcSDE) that directly connects the campus community to a room-level GIS system.  This system provides UO staff and managers with the ability to track infrastructure and assets including utility systems, hazardous materials, capital construction projects, and individual data/voice jacks and networks throughout all of the buildings on campus.


The GIS Program Specialist position assists in the management and day-to-day operation of the Campus GIS and Mapping Program. Primary job duties include: GIS program maintenance and analysis, project coordination, mapping, supervising student employees and interns, technical assistance and training.


$2740 - $3982 per month; excellent benefits, including health and dental, employer-paid retirement, and tuition benefits for employee or an eligible dependent, sick and vacation leave.  Application deadline 10/15/07.

 
See posting on UO website for complete list of requirements. http://hr.uoregon.edu/jobs/classified.php?id=2562


See UO Jobs website for application forms. http://hr.uoregon.edu/jobs/

 
The lab prides itself in being a leader in 1) developing GIS systems integrated directly with large relational databases or geodatabases, 2) producing dynamic digital cartographic products for the web and CD-ROMs and 3) publishing the highest quality printed atlases and maps. By taking the best aspects of our cutting edge UO campus geodatabase and merging it with the award-winning dynamic web mapping of the Nolli project and the renowned Atlas of Oregon cartography, the Lab has created a cohesive program and a unique integrated mapping model. We offer a creative and collaborative environment that combines professionals, faculty, and students working together on innovative mapping projects. Visit the InfoGraphics Labís website for more information. http://infographics.uoregon.edu
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Ken Kato
Assistant Director
InfoGraphics Lab
University of Oregon
541-346-5810
kkato@uoregon.edu
http://infographics.uoregon.edu
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Jim Meacham
Senior Research Associate, InfoGraphics Lab Director
Department of Geography
1251 University of Oregon
Eugene, Oregon 97403-1251 U.S.A.
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