Position performs a variety of routine professional office and field duties involved in the development, implementation, operation, performance, and maintenance of the Arizona Department of Emergency and Military Affairs Geographic Information System (GIS) program. Assists in the design, storage, and analysis of data which is referenced spatially and responds to requests and provides Geographic Information System data to internal sections, outside agencies, and the public; and performs other related duties as assigned. Publish GIS data, maps, analysis, reports, charts, and graphs in the form of static and online content. Provide GIS system administration, GIS database editing, geocoding, geoprocessing, data conversion, workflow management, spatial analysis, and quality control processes in desktop and web-based environments. Research, analyze, and converts data into GIS file formats. Independently develops and designs ArcGIS database schema and geodatabases for emergency management sources and resource data. Evaluates available data and provides recommendations on additional databased needed within DEMA. Conducts technical research and provides advice regarding application of software and data.
Projects - Daily Situation Unit tasks (reports, situational awareness, support for real world), WebEOC support (tech support, basic level), basic GIS support (Survey123, ESRI dashboards, and troubleshooting issues with existing datasets and scripts), attend current working groups to provide succession in ongoing projects (evacuation working group, Monday.com, etc.).
- Project management principles to include GIS technology principles, GIS application development, ESRI geo-databases, GIS concepts, database design principles and research methods. - Structure and content of the English language including spelling of words, rules of composition, and grammar.
- Principles and processes for providing customer and personal services, customer needs assessment, meeting quality standards for services, and evaluation of customer satisfaction.
- Evaluating circumstances, analyzing problems and making quick decisions.
- Maintaining computer based programs.
- Managing projects.
- Analyzing and designing complex systems.
- Communicate effectively both verbally and in writing.
- Providing effective guidance and technical expertise to all levels of government and customers.
- Communicating technical and GIS centric information to non-technical audience.
- Installing, configuring and troubleshooting technological platforms, systems and networks.
- Plan, organize, develop, maintain, implement and evaluate plans.
- Develop, write and maintain operating procedures.
A bachelor’s degree in Information Technology / GIS Studies may substitute for the required experience. Coursework or professional experience in introductory GIS theory or advanced GIS software training.
Bachelor’s degree in GIS or database management or a related field, at least 1-2 or more years of analysis experience (or equivalent experience). A bachelor’s degree in Information Technology / GIS Studies may substitute for the required experience. Coursework or professional experience in introductory GIS theory or advanced GIS software training is preferred