Located in west central Alberta, Clearwater County is 18,000 square kilometres of diverse and breathtaking landscapes. From oil and gas to farming to forestry, industry and economic development abounds in the region. Living here, you will experience adventure right in your own backyard with countless lakes and rivers, mountains, forests and prairies offering a year-round outdoor playground for all.
Key Responsibilities Include:
Clearwater County has a rare opportunity for the right person to join our information technology team as our Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Coordinator. Key summary responsibilities are to coordinate, implement, and manage the County’s Internet-based/on-premises strategies and initiatives for GIS software. This individual is responsible for ensuring the development and maintenance of applications based upon spatially referenced data and digital mapping. The GIS Coordinator will also preserve the integrity and design of geographic information databases, as well as coordinate and assist and empower users in all departments.
Reporting to our Manager, Information Technology, the ideal candidate we are seeking has the following:
College diploma or university degree in the field of geography or computer science and/or up to five years equivalent education and experience.
Advanced knowledge of GIS software and strong familiarity with relational database design as it applies to GIS software.
Strong familiarity with ArcGIS Enterprise, ArcGIS Pro and ArcGIS Online.
Previous and progressive experience in one or more of the following: Planning, Economic Development, Engineering, Asset Inventory, Government Structures, Surveying, Geophysics, Topography.
Familiarity with graphic editing software and Web development tools, including HTML 5 Adobe Suite, Java Script, JSON.
Good technical knowledge of current network operating systems and client-server implementations, including MSSQL and Windows.
Previous experience in municipal government [Asset].
Class 5 Driver’s License
Certifications in Esri Technical Certifications and/or GISP designation from GISCI [Asset].
Excellent written, oral and presentation communication skills.
Ability to troubleshoot hardware and software issues.
Ability to present materials and training to County users.
Highly self-motivated and self-directed, with keen attention to detail.
If you enjoy working in a collaborative and deadline-oriented environment, are highly- motivated, confident and possess a can-do attitude, then we’d love to hear from you.
Interested individuals are asked to submit a resume, cover letter and ‘ball-park’ salary requirements prior to noon on March 29, 2021 to email@example.com.