Wentworth Institute of Technology, Boston is seeking an adjunct Instructor to teach Geographic Information Systems (GIS) during the spring 2018 term (January through April 2018) to graduate architecture students. For more specifics including time commitment per week, salary, etc., please contact Director of Graduate Programs in Architecture Kelly Hutzell at 617-989-4494 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Department of Geoinformatics – Z_GIS (division GIScience) at University of Salzburg, offers a researcher position (100%, payment according to collective agreement – “Kollektivvertrag für die Arbeitnehmer/innen der Universitäten”) to be filledASAP. The main task is to carry out high-quality research in the area of “Humanitarian Safety“, i.e., the development of methods for analysing user-generated data from social media to support migration management.
Wanted: GIS-savvy technical assistant for Spring extension course on Sustainable Tourism (HDCE ENVR E-118B). Requires basic competence with ArcInfo or QGIS. Import, edit and display maps/databases, perform basic analyses (overlay, select, buffer, recode, etc) Some intial work during November and December (before / after Exams) (10-20 hours?); Intensive work in January 2018 ( 40-80 hrs? ) in preparation for Jan 23 class start;
Download PDF Announcement - The College of the Holy Cross invites applications for a visiting part-time faculty position to teach one course, ENVS 247 Introduction to Geographic Information Systems, during the Spring 2018 semester to begin in January 2018. This course is an essential component of the multidisciplinary Environmental Studies (ENVS) major and minor curriculum.
The Department of Biostatistics at the Harvard T.H Chan School of Public Health invites applications for a Postdoctoral Data Scientist position to work on large scale environmental health and mobile health geospatial data. The position will involve close scientific collaboration with Drs. Peter James, Antonella Zanobetti, and Corwin Zigler. There will also be ample opportunities to interact with the Harvard Center for Geographic Analysis (http://www.gis.harvard.edu/).
We are looking for up to 65 people to help us stay organized throughout the conference and ensure all workshops, presentations, and events run smoothly. Volunteers will be asked to attend a two hour training session and work a minimum of 12 hours throughout the conference. In exchange for their time, volunteers will have their registration fee reduced to $50 dollars (food coverage).
The Department of Urban Studies and Planning at the School of Architecture and Planning, MIT is seeking a full-time staff person to assist with various GIS, data visualization and graphics training needs of the department. The staff/specialist will assist faculty and students across the department with GIS, Data Visualization, graphics and media related projects.
The Economics Department at Tufts University (Medford, MA) is seeking a short run RA to assist with the development of maps to visualize spatial data on electricity in Africa. Responsibilities will include combining data sources, creating maps to visualize the resulting datasets, formatting maps at different spatial scales. Minimal data manipulation / no data analysis required. The main work will involve map creation from existing data files. Payment will be hourly and the job is expected to last approximately two weeks part time or one week full time between June 12 and June 22.