GIS Web Analyst

Location
Columbia, SC
Posted
May 25, 2017
Institution Type
Four-Year Institution


Job Title GIS Web Analyst

Internal Title

Quicklink uscjobs.sc.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=81079

Band 5

Requisition Number 011785

Minimum Salary $32,838

Salary Range $32,838 -$40,000

Pay Basis 12 months

Department Institute for Families in Society

Campus USC Columbia

Expected Fill Date

Job Posting Date 05-24-2017

Reopen Date

Minimum Posting Period Ends 05-30-2017

Job Close Date 06-26-2017

Type of Position
Research Grant
Staff

Job Type Full-Time

Job Category Other

If Research Grant/Time Limited, indicate the benefits provided
Health Insurance
Retirement
Annual Leave
Sick Leave


Job Description
University of South Carolina/Institute for Families in Society/Medicaid Policy Research Division is seeking a GIS Web Analyst. The position will use Geographic Information System (GIS) software, tools and methods to generate both online and hard copy map products and conduct routine spatial analyses based on predefined procedures in a fast paced, applied research environment. The position will be responsible for MPR's online mapping presence and will work with Senior GIS staff to create conceptualized online products. Staff will be a member of a GIS unit using latest ESRI software (ArcGIS Desktop, Server, ArcGIS Pro, and ArcGIS Online) and ancillary tools (Excel, Access, Internet-based data sources, SQL Server). This position is established in support of expanded research activities and projects.


Minimum Qualifications
Bachelor's degree in geography, public health, earth sciences, life sciences, engineering, or related field and 2 years related GIS experience or an associate degree in geography and 4 years of GIS experience.

Knowledge/Skills/Expertise :

Experience working with web-based application programming languages (Javascript, HTML, etc). Working knowledge and experience with ArcGIS Online and their web mapping tools and templates. Demonstrable expertise in cartographic design and production. Proven ability to conceptualize and complete complex projects with thorough documentation and demonstration of applied logic. Ability to communicate effectively with supervisors, project leader, and co-workers both orally and in writing. Ability to work in a team environment as well as a goal-oriented individual who functions with the highest level of integrity and professionalism.


Preferred Qualifications
Knowledge of public health concepts and methods. Experience working with health-related datasets and working with large data sets is desirable.


Documents which must be associated with this posting
Resume/CV
Cover Letter
List of References


Special Instructions to Applicants


SOC Code

PI97949013