Come grow with GIC and create resilient, green cities and towns! Make a difference for our climate, wildlife, social equity and access to nature for all.
Position: Conservation GIS/Spatial Analyst
Start Date: March 2024
About GIC: Founded in 2006, the nonprofit Green Infrastructure Center Inc. is a leading designer of landscape conservation modeling and creating community strategies for healthy landscapes that are green, clean, and accessible. Green Infrastructure includes intact forests, urban tree canopy, wetlands, springs, parks and rivers and agricultural soils that provide clean water, air quality, wildlife habitat, recreation, and food. The GIC’s mission is to help communities realize that nature is also “green infrastructure” to address climate change, urban heat islands, improved public health, and increased social and economic equity. GIC’s clients include federal, regional, state, and local government agencies, land trusts and conservation groups. The GIC’s staff consists of planners, geographers, foresters, landscape architects and natural resource experts. GIC is dedicated to growing the practice of green infrastructure planning and shares knowledge through workshops, courses, webinars, and publications.
Position Summary: The Spatial Analyst will be a member of the GIS team, working on land cover mapping and spatial analysis around ecosystem services benefiting green infrastructure. The position will also be involved with data representation though tabular and cartographic representation of results. Technical qualifications include: proficiency in model builder, experience constructing basic queries. Interest in developing, standardizing, and disseminating replicable procedures. This position requires a broad range of experience and although the position fits a generalist – this job will require (as part of team) focusing on certain components of the GIS (system) to document and develop methods. [Read more…] about GIC is Hiring a Conservation GIS/Spatial Analyst