Job Detail

Organization: St. Johns County Utilities
Title: GIS Analyst (2, seasonal)
Location: Saint Augustine, Florida

Posted: 2022-04-22
Application Deadline:

Position Description:

St. Johns County Board of County Commissioners is seeking a temporary GIS Analyst for our well established Utility Department headquartered in beautiful St. Augustine, Florida. The temporary GIS Analyst position provides an opportunity for students and professionals to gain work experience that complements their education background in GIS. This position is a temporary position that is scheduled to work 30 hours per week for either 13 or 26 weeks.

On Site Location: St. Johns County Utilities, St. Augustine, Florida
Start Date: Open or Summer 2022
Positions are Located On-Site in St. Augustine, Florida.
Duration/Hours/Pay: 13 weeks. 30 hours/week. Up to $23/hour Depending on Qualifications.
To Apply, please send a resume and letter of intent to [email protected]

Position Description and Information:
The St. Johns County Utility Department provides water, sewer and reuse utility services for over 130,000 customers. Employees work in a team oriented environment within functional divisions for Engineering, Operations and Administration with two common goals in mind: to provide the best services to our citizens and to be the best public utility in NE Florida.
The Utility GIS Division supports these goals by managing systems including Desktop and Portal GIS (ArcGIS), the Asset Management System (Cityworks), and the Water Management System (WIMS), along with databases, geodatabase, reporting, dashboards, custom applications, and location tools including GPS and UAS/Drone. The Utility GIS Division is at the forefront of these technologies and continues to strive towards advanced, intuitive applications that empower Utility staff to collaborate and work efficiently within a mobile setting. We use technology for innovative solutions, earning Esri’s Special Achievement in GIS award, and Cityworks’ Exemplary User award. We continue to build on this success and set the pace for GIS and Information Systems for efficient and effective utility services and management.
The temporary GIS Analyst joins a team of GIS professionals that develop, configure, maintain and support applications for Utility staff. They also maintain, edit, and develop the Utility geodatabases of over 130 layers, and SQL databases, and provide reporting and dashboards of these records. The GIS Division applies innovative solutions and technology, including the latest GPS, UAS/Drone imagery, and networked sensors. The information is provided to Utility staff daily in a wide range of advanced, beneficial, enabling applications including office apps, mobile apps, dashboards and analytics.
The ideal temporary GIS Analyst candidate must possess St. Johns County’s core values of compassion, innovation, and trustworthiness and work well in a collaborative team environment. Specific tasks include but are not limited to:
• Interprets and performs complex spatial analysis on GIS data layers to produce maps, reports, and products.
• Develops and maintains GIS data layers and metadata.
• Maintains equipment, software, and applications, including but not limited to Enterprise GIS, Asset
Management System, CMMS, W/WW utility geodatabases, mobile geospatial applications, GPS, UAS/Drone,
Water and Laboratory Information Systems, and preferred experience with Esri ArcGIS and Cityworks.
• Provides training and technical support for end-users.
• Performs other duties as assigned.
Must have knowledge of Geographic Information System hardware, software and technology. Knowledge of data management principles. Must be skilled in the analysis of problems and the development and implementation of solutions. Skilled in the preparation of clear and precise administrative reports. Skilled in oral and written communication.
Candidates for the temporary GIS Analyst are encouraged to apply if they meet the following minimum qualifications:
• Knowledge and level of competency commonly associated with coursework that leads towards the completion of a
baccalaureate degree related to the occupational field.
• Must possess a valid Florida driver’s license to legally operate vehicles used while assigned to this position.
• Must possess good interpersonal and communication skills in order to serve others.
• Must be able to comprehend, speak and write the English language.
• Must be able to operate a computer.
NOTE TO APPLICANTS: St. Johns County Board of County Commissioners is a drug free workplace and equal opportunity employer. All employment actions are taken without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, handicap, disability, marital status, national origin, veteran status, or genetic information.

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