Organization: Pima Association of Governments
Title: GIS Coordinator
Location: Tucson, AZ 85701
Under general supervision, is responsible for the development, implementation, monitoring, and evaluation of GIS projects. Provides a high level of support for the GIS functions related to application and web portal development, research, analysis, report development and presentation requirements of agency projects and transportation activities for PAGs programs. Work requires considerable technical knowledge of developing, publishing and consuming SQL database content and geospatial services for PAG/RTA programs.
Must Complete and Submit PAG Application Form:
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Project management experience with an application development team taking the lead on extracting end user business requirements and ensuring delivered functionality aligns with users needs.
Assists in the development of project work program elements related to Regional Orthophoto acquisition, including definition of goals and objectives, preparation of project budget, schedule and funding proposal and reviewing and acceptance of project deliverables.
Assists staff in applying new GIS technologies to facilitate the transfer of geographic-based information within PAG and to other agencies and the public, including assisting staff with GIS training needs.
Develops effective GIS tools to describe, analyze, and present conditions associated with regional planning.
Work requires superior attention to details, accuracy, personal initiative and considerable use of independent judgment.
Must possess outstanding organization and communication skills and maintain effective working relationships.
Work with all Directors to develop additional projects that support integrated planning.
Work requires the ability to coordinate with multi-jurisdictional planning and research efforts and to develop or participate in various planning processes.
Work requires considerable technical knowledge, personal initiative, and sound independent judgment in support of assigned programs.
Work requires time management, communication, and the ability to multi-task to keep a diverse portfolio of projects moving forward simultaneously and to coordinate with other PAG staff to meet program goals.
Other duties as assigned.
Minimum Education and/or Experience Requirements:
At a minimum, requires combination of knowledge, skills and abilities to perform duties and either graduate degree with three years related experience in a related field or an undergraduate degree with five years of related experience or equivalent.
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