[ECOLOG-L] GIS Analyst Position at Clemson University

The primary responsibility of the GIS Analyst is to develop and maintain
geospatial datasets in support of agriculture- and natural resources-based
economic development in the state of South Carolina. The GIS Analyst will
create datasets from tabular data, derive datasets based on geospatial
analysis tools, and coordinate with third-party data providers to gain
access to relevant data.

Please see the full job description for details and the application
procedure:

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We are looking for someone with expert proficiency with ESRI ArcGIS for
Desktop software. Strong GIS vector/raster analysis and model building
skills; Spatial database design and development experience; Python software
development for GIS automation and custom geoprocessing; Experience
publishing maps and related content via web-based GIS portals (e.g., ArcGIS
Online or ArcGIS Portal); Statistical analysis background, including
geostatistical techniques (e.g., Kriging, Kernel Density); JavaScript web
programming; ArcGIS Server administration; Enterprise geodatabase
administration (Oracle or Microsoft SQL Server);Image classification and
analysis. ArcGIS Server publishing (e.g., Map, Feature, and Geoprocessing
services).

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: A bachelor’s degree in geography or a related field
and work experience in the development and maintenance of geographic
information systems; or an associate degree in geography or a related field
and expert-level work experience in the development and maintenance of
geographic information systems.

PREFERRED IN ADDITION TO THE MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: Graduate degree
(agriculture related, natural resources, or equivalent) and experience or a
bachelors degree with significant related experience is required.

Background in Agriculture and Natural Resource production/economics.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills and ability to work with
stakeholders

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