Snohomish County division of Surface Water Management has an exciting opportunity for a well-qualified GIS analyst to support our service areas by providing essential GIS services to a dynamic group of engineers, scientists, planners and technicians. We use GIS services applied to asset database management, floodplain mapping, flood control infrastructure, storm water infrastructure, wetlands and streams, and natural resource planning.
Please apply on the Snohomish County website: GIS Analyst | Job Details tab | Career Pages (governmentjobs.com)
The Army Corps of Engineers, Willamette Valley Project is seeking a GIS Intern to work in the Environmental Stewardship section for a one year service term beginning in March 2022. Full details for this position can be found at the following link: https://www.thesca.org/serve/position/gis-intern/po-00732545
Applications are processed through the Student Conservation Association, which will necessitate creating an account on their website.
Bannock County is looking for a GIS Manager to lead our department. An updated job description is available at https://idahoworks.gov/jobs/1606885 or https://www.bannockcounty.us/human-resources/ (scroll to the bottom and click the Current Job Openings (PDF) link). This job has recently been modified to reflect some re-organization with Bannock County and might be worth revisiting if you’d previously looked at the older GIS Director position.
The Oregon Office of Data Governance and Transparency is looking for a seasoned technology professional with some project management skills who will be our Data and Operations Coordinator. This is a new role as we're building a new data unit within the Data Governance and Transparency Office.
First application review will take place December 6th. Check out the job posting on Workday for more information.
Job Opening: GIS Analyst II at Idaho Department of Water Resources (IDWR)
The Idaho Department of Water Resources (IDWR) has an exciting opportunity for a GIS professional to have an impact on Idaho water issues. IDWR is the state’s leader for natural resource Geographic Information Systems (GIS). Using GIS software, the Geospatial Technology Section delivers expertise, applications, data, and analyses to support all IDWR programs. IDWR is hiring a GIS Analyst II to join the Geospatial Technology Section in the State Office in downtown Boise. You can find more information at the Idaho Division of Human Resources - GIS Analyst II State of Idaho (governmentjobs.com).
Closing Date: 10/24/21
The City of Gresham, Oregon is seeking an experienced GIS Manager. Details and further information can be found here or this link: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/gresham/jobs/3233524/gis-manager?pagetype=jobOpportunitiesJobs
The City of Vancouver has an opening for a GIS Senior Engineer Position. This position will perform complex technical duties to support Geographic Information Systems (GIS) in the Public Works department and City’s Enterprise Program. Create, maintain, and manage digital inventory of public and private assets in GIS Enterprise database and City’s Enterprise Asset Management system with a focus on the City’s Water assets. Create, maintain, and manage GIS maps, layers, applications, geodatabases, and other related records. Provide a high level of customer service and GIS support to internal and external customers. Provides training and ad hoc support to end users. Conduct field visits for asset collection and ensure data accuracy. Create and maintain water modeling related datasets. Act as a bridge between various divisions and departments such as Engineering/Design, Utility Billing, Operations and Maintenance, Construction Services, and Community & Economic Development. Develops and updates training documentation to support GIS applications developed in-house.
Position is open until September 19th. Please apply on the link below or going to the City of Vancouver home page.
Senior Engineering Technician - GIS (myworkdayjobs.com)
The City of Kennewick is looking for an experienced GIS Technician to join its Community Planning Team. The Tri-Cities largest community at over 85,000 residents, Kennewick covers 25 square miles and features a solid, growing economy supported by retail trade, services, light industry, and food processing. To help support this fast-paced growth, the City’s GIS Technicians play an important role in the development review process by reviewing long and short subdivisions, adjustments to parcel lines, addressing and street naming and by developing and maintaining maps and geographic data sets used by staff and our customers. This position will enjoy working primarily in the office. This position will be challenged with reviewing private and public site development, building and civil engineering plans to insure they are in compliance with all applicable City, State, and Federal Guidelines while utilizing the latest GIS, plan review and tracking software. A complete job description and an overview of the City’s highly-competitive benefits package can be viewed on the City’s website at
The Puyallup Tribe of Indians is now hiring the Geographic Information Systems Director.
The job description is attached. Please apply at the Puyallup Tribe employment website.
Puyallup Tribe - Job Apply
The position is open until filled. The first review of applicants will occur the week of 16 August 2021.
If interested, please apply! Please forward this announcement to any interested parties.
Puyallup Tribe GIS
City of Spokane Valley (Washington) has an open position for a GIS Analyst. Position is open until filled.
See the full announcement for details.