The Center for Geospatial Analysis at the College of William and Mary is recruiting an adjunct teaching position for the Spring 2017 semester. This person will teach two sections of the Introduction to GIS course. This course will provide an introduction to Geographic Information Systems (GIS). Emphasis will be on the hands-on application of GIS to create maps, organize and visualize spatial data, and query spatial data to create answers for environmental and social questions.
The City of Cambridge is looking for a part-time GIS Technician. A major theme of this position is the use of 3D within GIS. The ideal candidate will have at least one year’s experience using ESRI ArcGIS, worked with relational databases, and has experience with 3D. Only individuals with proven, hands on GIS experience will be considered. Experience with 3D in GIS applications, CityEngine, SketchUp, Python, or SQL Server a plus.
Advancements in geospatial analytics are rapidly transforming science, society, and decision-making by helping the world discover and communicate new solutions to complex, interdisciplinary challenges.
The Department of Environmental Engineering (DIATI) at the Polytechnic of Turin (Italy) is seeking candidates for a visiting professor position with a strong interest in Natural Hazard, Water Management and GIS. The position can vary between a minimum of 3 months and a maximum of a full academic year. The application must be submitted before the end of the project (15 December 2016).
HIP Consult is a strategic consulting firm based in Washington, DC with expertise in emerging markets. Over the last two years, our team has developed InfraNav, a cutting-edge mapping and analytics platform for ICT/telecom infrastructure in Africa, Latin America, and Asia. The GIS Intern’s primary role is contributing to and maintaining our growing database of network infrastructure. If you enjoy research, mapping, and/or coding and thrive in a fast-faced environment, the position could be for you.
Esri is aggressively looking for entry-level candidates to grow its sales team this year.
These team members will be responsible for new account development, presenting solutions, expanding existing accounts, and providing technical sales support within an established geographic territory and industry. Our ideal candidates will have these skills and competencies:
The NSF Spatiotemporal Innovation Center (STC) is looking for six undergraduate research assistants to serve as NSF REU Summer Fellows in 2016. Two students will work at George Mason University Site (Fairfax, VA), two at Harvard University site (Cambridge, MA) and two at University of California, Santa Barbara site (Santa Barbara, CA).
We are looking for a graduate or undergraduate student who can provide part-time research assistance on a new project exploring the relationship between climate change, education, and economic opportunity in the United States. Ideal candidate will be someone who is highly proficient in statistical software (STATA, SAS), highly proficient in GIS, and has a working knowledge of economics.