GIS Analyst I



Position: GIS Analyst I

Closing Date: 8/1/2024

Organization: Tukman Geospatial

Location: Berkeley, California

Contact: Eddie Fitzsimmons

Contact Email: [email protected]

How to apply: Send your resume and a brief cover letter to [email protected]


Tukman Geospatial is hiring a qualified candidate to support numerous vegetation mapping projects in California.  As a GIS Analyst I, you will play a pivotal role in supporting our mission to provide accurate and actionable vegetation maps for natural resource management in California. 

The candidate will use ArcGIS to edit vegetation maps using aerial imagery and other GIS datasets as reference.  The position also includes some field validation work, including GPS data collection and on-site verification of vegetation types, to corroborate map accuracy.  Other responsibilities include some cartography and GIS data processing tasks including data conversion and QA/QC. 

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Geospatial Technician at Ducks Unlimited, Inc.



Closing Date: Mid-July

Position: Geospatial Technician

Organization: Ducks Unlimited, Inc.

Location: Dexter, MI, US

Contact: Annina Rupe

Contact Email: [email protected]

How to Apply:


Ducks Unlimited – Great Lakes/Atlantic Region has an opening for two full-time, paid Geospatial Technicians. The successful candidates will have GIS experience with ESRI products and a background in natural resources, wetlands, and wildlife. They will collaborate with a team of GIS professionals to update the US FWS National Wetlands Inventory as needed. The position will report to the Regional Geospatial Manager. Please apply with a cover letter and resume.

Responsibilities: GIS data development for the National Wetlands Inventory within the Great Lakes. Assist with a variety of projects as needed, including data collection and management, cartography, geospatial analysis, and geospatial web applications.

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ORISE Climate Data Fellowship



Position: USGS Climate Data Fellowship at the National Climate Adaptation Science Center

Closing Date: open until filled

Organization: USGS National Climate Adaptation Science Center (NCASC)

Location: Remote participation within the U.S. is a possibility. 

Contact: Ellen Brown

Contact Email: [email protected]

How to apply:


Climate change has broad and complex effects on natural systems, impacting everything from how plants grow to how often a region floods. Traditional management paradigms, which look to the past to guide decisions, are becoming less effective in this changing world. As a result, many resource stewards are searching for new and innovative tools to help guide their landscapes into the future. The National Climate Adaptation Science Center (NCASC) generates science and decision-making tools to help our nation respond to novel resource management challenges brought on by climate change.  

The selected participant will co-develop standardized data management approaches and workflows for projects funded by the CASC network. Through this research experience, the fellow will have the opportunity to explore earth science community standards for the intake and publication of gridded data sets; contribute to the conversion of data holdings to cloud-optimized formats; and develop documentation of best practices for the handling of big datasets. The participant will assist with curating spatio temporal asset catalog (STAC) metadata and enhancing technical support for data visualizations of CASC data collections. This research will support scientists, data managers, and resource managers throughout the data lifecycle, by contributing to data accessibility and reuse. 

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GIS Manager/Senior Analyst



Position: GIS Manager/Senior Analyst

Closing Date: Interviews in July 2024

Organization: GreenInfo Network

Location: United States

How to apply:


GreenInfo Network (GIN) is an Oakland-based nonprofit that creates, analyzes, visualizes, and communicates information in the public interest. We specialize in geospatial data analysis, cartographic design, and related information technologies and work as a consultant to the many groups and agencies who engage us. We help public interest groups with a wide range of interactive, data, and cartographic projects. We’re widely known for the quality of what we do and our positive relationships with our clients. 

We are hiring a new GIS (Team) Manager and Senior Analyst to lead our GIS team — half a dozen staff members working across cartography, analysis, data processing, and automation to produce static and interactive maps and datasets using Esri and open source tools. The work we do is collaborative, innovative, and always committed to the public good. GreenInfo's clients are passionate about fair elections, equity in park access, public health, and land conservation, to name a few.

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