Title: Geospatial Imagery Analyst
Location: Kansas City, MO
At geocgi we pride ourselves on not losing our focus. We started out and remain GIS experts (or geeks. . . depending on your perspective). Since 2006, we’ve evolved into a world-class and world-wide service provider of multiple disciplines. We are a talented, hardworking group that share values and characteristics that drive client, professional, and personal success. geocgi is looking for a Geospatial Imagery Analyst to assist a DoD client in managing a geospatial raster portfolio for the USMC from the Installation Service Branch data center in Kansas City, MO an enterprise GIS environment. The Geospatial Imagery Analyst will develop Esri Mosaic datasets, create, and manage Map and Image services, and script common data center hosting activities using Python or other languages. The candidate will be expected to communicate and coordinate with other staff and/or contractors, project management, DoD clients, and installation personnel. The Geospatial Imagery Analyst must demonstrate a desire to learn quickly and provide innovative and unique solutions to frequently changing obstacles.
Eager to learn new technology and integrate existing skills within a new industry.
An active and collaborative team member.
An above average communicator, comfortable with technical writing, as well as public speaking.
Highly organized and able to maintain several projects at one time.
Possess a desire to immerse yourself in location-based problem solving to support our client’s missions.
As an employee of geocgi, the candidate will have access to a generous benefits package, in addition to a corporate culture and community of GIS geeks. Our benefits include but are not limited to:
Competitive salaries, commensurate with experience and leading Federal Contractors in the geospatial industry.
Opportunities for upward mobility in a dynamic fast paced environment within a small company.
Merit-based spot and end of year bonuses.
Safe Harbor 401(k) plan with immediate vesting.
Flexible work hours and PTO.
Complete Medical, Dental, and Vision coverage for individuals.
Company paid training, certifications, and professional growth and development.
The following are requirements of the Geospatial Imagery Analyst:
Bachelor’s or master’s in geography, computer science, engineering, mathematics, GIS, or a related field, depending on position level. Equivalent work experience can be considered in place of a degree.
3+ years’ experience providing day-to-day operational or project geospatial support.
DoD Secret Clearance.
Intimate knowledge of Esri products, including ArcGIS Desktop, ArcGIS Server, ArcGIS Online and Portal for ArcGIS
Experience with raster products such as multi-spectral, elevation, and satellite imagery
Experience in Mosaic Dataset development and raster data management in the Esri Enterprise environment
Knowledge of available government and commercially available web and image service products
Intermediate to advanced skills using Python to automate activities
Basic knowledge of networking, Windows Server, IT security and IIS
Excellent written communication skills and documentation habits to include but not limited to; decisions, developed procedures, configuration, and/or custom scripts.
Travel is required 25% of the time. The desired candidate will be required to plan their own travel.
The following are desired capabilities and experience of the Geospatial Imagery Analyst:
CompTIA Security + Certification.
Certifications (GISP, Esri Enterprise, Microsoft, PMP).
Knowledge of DoD and Federal GIS Metadata, Vector, and Raster data standards and policy, including SDSFIE.
Experience in DoD Installation Geospatial Information and Services (IGI&S) or other DoD installation functional areas, and military working environments.
Experience creating web-based applications and solutions in ArcGIS environments.
Please visit our website and careers page at: www.geocgi.com to apply. We are an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer. As a U.S. Federal Contractor, geocgi complies with COVID-19 vaccine mandates for all personnel as outlined by Executive Order 14042.
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