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GIS Technician


The GIS Technician is responsible for supporting the on-going maintenance and dissemination of data in the GIS environment, responsible for Municipal spatial data maintenance, end-user support, and the generation of maps and other GIS data products.


Salary: $35.740 - $40.410 / Hourly

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Closing Date: May 24th, 2024


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Resources

GO Open Data Inc.

Open Hub 

The genesis for this project began with informal discussions at the GOVmaker conference in Fredericton and was publicly discussed at a session at 2018 Canadian Open Data Summit in Niagara Falls. During this session, the idea of a community driven Open Data - Open Gov information clearinghouse was discussed and this was subsequently endorsed by GO Open Data as a project. Development began during the GOOD19.

GIS Management Handbook, 3rd Edition

Kessey-Dewitt Publications, in Association with URISA, has recently released the second Edition of the GIS Management Handbook—a major revision of the 2009 edition. Below is a brief description and the attached flyer provides additional information. Contact URISA to order this book

Published by Kessey Dewitt Publications in association with URISA, 460 pp., 2019

ISBN13: 978-0-9824093-1-2

This book is a comprehensive guide and reference to the field of GIS management. It provides practical information on the development, implementation, and operation of GIS programs and projects—for a full range of public sector, not-for-profit, and private sector organizations and companies. This book takes a practical approach providing clear descriptions of concepts, issues, and practices that may be used in operational to improve and maximize the efficiency of GIS programs and projects.

  •  “I feel strongly that The GIS Management Handbook can be used as a catalyst to encourage GIS practitioners to make the next step to GIS leadership and management. A definitive guide for anyone in GIS management. I have been in the field for over 25 years and still reference this book as a refresher for principles of good GIS management.” - John Bacon, IT Strategy Program Manager, City of Hamilton, ON

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: GIS Management Overview and Context

Chapter 2: GIS Program Development

Chapter 3: Org. Structure, Governance, and Coordination

Chapter 4: Human Resources for GIS Programs

Chapter 5: Funding, Financial Management, and Multi-Org Agreements

Chapter 6: GIS Program Legal and Contract Issues

Chapter 7: Management of GIS Program Technical Elements

Chapter 8: Office Operations, Service Delivery, User Support

Chapter 9: GIS Projects and Project Management

Chapter 10: Guide to Additional Resources for GIS Managers

Appendices:

Appendix A: Types of Organizations that Use GIS Technology

Appendix B: Examples of GIS-Related Business Processes

Appendix C: Descriptions of Sources and Approaches for Training and Professional Development

Appendix D: Professional Codes of Ethics

Appendix E: Example of GIS Project Plan (Excerpt)

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