Title: Documentation Data Technician
Location: Denver, CO
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Role: Documentation Data Technician
The primary role of the Documentation Data Technician is to support the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Assessment Inventory and Monitoring (AIM) program with documentation for existing monitoring databases and related systems. Primary initial tasks will involve cleanup of a sample design database and photo archives.
Candidates must be eligible for federal security clearance and proof of U.S. Citizenship is required.
Process and maintain photos, sample design implementation data, and field data related to rangeland monitoring.
Supports implementation of sampling designs for rangeland monitoring.
Organizes data and performs data management with database software, GIS (geographic information systems), and statistical software.
Supports dissemination of information about the AIM program through the creation of supplemental materials such as maps, reports, diagrams, charts, etc.
Assists the national terrestrial and aquatic ecologists within AIM by preparing and cleaning data products.
Attends regular meetings to review work progress and schedule as well as meetings which pertain to the supported program/projects listed above (i.e., AIM, etc.)
Assists with the use of vegetative and soils monitoring data of upland and lentic systems and aquatic data for lotic systems to inform determination of condition.
Provide technical assistance to end users accessing and using geospatial tools.
Effectively communicate complex technical problems and solutions to non-technical partners and userbase.
Submits weekly report which summarizes finished and ongoing tasks.
Experience of more than 4 years with ESRIs ArcGIS Desktop software. Preference will be given to candidates demonstrating at least 1 year experience using ArcGIS Desktop 10.4 or higher.
Experience working with vegetative and soils natural resources monitoring data of upland systems to inform determination of condition.
Professional experience of more than 2 years implementing field-based natural resources monitoring programs.
At least 2 years experience with the implementation of a large scale vegetative monitoring program.
Knowledge of monitoring data management both in the field and in the office.
Ability to manage complex projects, including project management skills, skills in separating tasks, skill in organizing and facilitating manager and technical work groups.
Ability to communicate technical information effectively to lay persons and resource specialists alike.
Ability in developing written technical documentation (such as reports, training materials, whitepapers, etc.)
Competencies and Skills:
Exceptional customer service orientation
Outstanding written and oral communication skills
Demonstrated ability to work productively with a wide range of people
Able to translate technical concepts into laymans terms
Able to coordinate with program stakeholders
In depth knowledge of GIS data development, editing and quality control procedures
Self-motivated, pro-active, and ability to multi-task
Onsite at the BLM National Operations Center in Denver, CO
Minimal travel required (approximately 10%)
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