GIS ANALYST I: New Orleans, Louisiana

Agency
Property Insurance Association of Louisiana
Location
New Orleans, LA
Job Category
GIS & Computing
Salary
$35,000-50,000 per year
Last Date to Apply
03/15/2021
Website
https://www.pial.org/
Description
JOB SUMMARY The GIS Analyst is responsible for performing geospatial data creation, analysis and processing tasks relating to the development of GIS databases, the compilation of geospatial data required for multiple-scale map, and database production; maintaining asset records; and using GIS data, applications, and tools to identify and solve problems for the Municipal and Pricing departments. Maintains operational standards and quality control for capture and distribution of spatial data, and mentors GIS staff with lesser skill level. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS Responsible for managing the GIS database in its entirety; which includes but is not limited to data entry, data creation, and standardization, data management, and generation of maps and analysis. Ensure geospatial products are in compliance with applicable specification. Construct spatial databases and apply attribution as needed. Proficient with Advance ArcPro Tools and Model Builder for spatial and tabular data edits. Create functional GIS models using both raster and vector data. Establish complex relational database joins and queries using ArCPro, SQL, and other commercially available software; understand both (ArcGIS and SQL) applications Stored Procedures. Identify new processes and procedures within a project Work with division managers on developing new or updated GEO applications and processes. Produce professional quality maps and tabular outputs for presentations. Responsible for creating orthophotos and image processing to enhance the member companies experience. May require GPS field work to develop ground control in support of aerial imagery or LiDAR projects. Adhere to quality control procedures. Reports directly to the Technology Division Manager. PERFORMANCE CRITERIA Works within an office, Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. (35 hours per week). Occasionally required to work beyond normal office hours to meet deadlines and handle workload. Occasionally required to work in the field to collect data and information, as necessary. Daily contact with the Technology Division Manager and other divisions and support staff to obtain and provide information as necessary. COMPLEXITY/CREATIVITY/ANALYSIS IN KEY AREAS Must be able to apply independent judgment when necessary. Must be able to effectively prioritize work assignments. Must have ability to identify, isolate, analyze, and resolve problems, and escalate when necessary. Must be team player. Must continue to educate oneself to elevate working knowledge in new software and applications.
Qualifications
EDUCATION/KNOWLEDGE/SKILLS AND PRIOR EXPERIENCE Technical expertise in the areas of Geography, Photogrammetry, Cartography, Imagery Analysis, GIS, Surveying and Civil Engineering. Good written and oral communication, and interpersonal skills. Ability to perform assigned responsibilities with minimal supervision. Ability to meet project deadlines. Ability to compile, review, and reconcile data for accuracy, completeness, and compliance. Ability to handle multiple projects simultaneously. A Bachelor’s degree from a four-year college or university; or four to five years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience. Proficient with ESRI Enterprise, Portal, ArcGis Pro, SQL, Model Builder, Arcade, Python, and JavaScript. Familiar with geography and topography of Louisiana Json and .Net is preferred To apply, please email 1.) Resume 2.) Cover Letter and 3.) 3 References to: hbullard@pial.org
Contact Person
Hugh Bullard
Contact eMail
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