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The Region of Halton is looking to to hire a Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Specialist
Reporting to the Manager of Planning Programs and Services, this position is responsible for providing consolidated program support for all data management, spatial analysis and reporting, visualization and technology. The successful candidate will possess an Undergraduate Degree and a Certificate or Diploma in Geographic Information Systems (GIS) or a related discipline. Experience in GIS along with a minimum of 3 to 5 years of progressive working experience in a GIS related field is required, preferably in a municipal planning environment.
The Town of Oakville is looking to to hire a Business Technologist
Reporting to the Supervisor, Business Solutions & Analytics, the Business Technologist is responsible for addressing day to day service requests and provide project support related to the development, implementation, and support of business solutions utilizing variety of software applications and tools such as Amanda, GIS, SharePoint, OpenText, Qliksense, SQL, MS Office, etc. The position is also responsible for maintaining and evolving the Town’s spatial and non-spatial data using best practices and the appropriate software, developing and maintaining supporting documentation to ensure high level of customer service, as well as providing support for various projects and commission events.
The Town of Halton Hills is looking to hire a Planning Analyst
Reporting to the Director of Planning Policy, this position functions as the department’s Geographic Information Systems (GIS) lead in conducting research and statistical analysis for the Policy and Development Review divisions. The Planning Analyst is responsible for collecting, creating, analyzing, displaying and maintaining a wide variety of information and acts as an information resource to other levels of government, internal departments, public agencies, special interest groups, Town Council and the public.
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GIS Management Handbook, 2nd 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
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.
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CANADIAN GEOSPATIAL CAREER FAIR (New date)
April 17, 2020, 9:00 AM – April 18, 2020, 5:00 PM.
Delta Hotels Toronto East located at 2035 Kennedy Road.
Jonathan Murphy, Canada's Geospatial Career Coach, will present his popular talk "Strategies for finding work in the geospatial sector". During this talk he will share his tactics and insights on how to land your first field related job or find a great new job.
GoGeomatics Canada will host companies and organizations who will speak about their job opportunities and offer on the spot interviews to job seekers.
BeEmployed @GeoIgnite 2019
Discovering a Career in GIS: the Road to Success'
The BeEmployed presentation was designed to help you step out of the comfort zone of applying to jobs posted online. This presentation will teach you about:
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