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Data Improvements GIS Officer (10073)


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Job ID:

331

Location:

United Kingdom 

Category:

GIS, GIS Analyst, GIS Support, GIS Technician

Salary:

£27,572.00 per year
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Job Views:

205

Employment Type:

Full time

Posted:

04.02.2019
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Job Description:

We are developing a new National Flood Risk Assessment to change our understanding of flood risk across England. This risk assessment is dependent on having good local data in the right systems, and so this first phase of this project is to invest time improving our data to where we need it to be. You will be improving the quality of flood risk data using your data and GIS skills. You’ll also be engaging and communicating with local colleagues to ensure that you can maximise the benefit of their local expertise and their knowledge of their data. 

You will have an enthusiasm for data, demonstrable experience of data management and experience of using Geographic Information Systems (GIS). Working with your Area colleagues you will be improving the quality of local data and updating various systems that will be key to our new National Flood Risk Assessment (NaFRA2).

This post will be based in our Peterborough or Welwyn Garden City office.

Job Requirements:

You’ll be building on your existing GIS and data management skills and will be fully supported with the tools and guidance you need to carry out your role.

Through your experience you will ideally be able to demonstrate some of the following:
• Have an enthusiasm for data and be skilled in data management
• Strong Geographic Information Systems skills. ESRI ArcGIS desirable.
• Have a physical science background or a relevant degree / professional qualification
• Skilled at managing multiple priorities and competing demands
• Be able to show where you’ve worked with others
• Have good communication and teamwork skills.
• Careful and accurate with your use of data and keen to look into and solve problems with your data
• Ability to develop and maintain good relationships with customers 
• Organisational skills and an ability to use MS Office. Strong Excel skills are desirable.

Further details of the post and how to apply are available on the Environment Agency jobs website: www.environmentagencyjobs.tal.net


Company Info

Environment Agency
United Kingdom
Phone:
Web Site:

Data Improvements GIS Officer (10073)

col-narrow-left   

Job ID:

331

Location:

United Kingdom 

Category:

GIS, GIS Analyst, GIS Support, GIS Technician

Salary:

£27,572.00 per year
col-narrow-right   

Job Views:

205

Employment Type:

Full time

Posted:

04.02.2019
col-wide   

Job Description:

We are developing a new National Flood Risk Assessment to change our understanding of flood risk across England. This risk assessment is dependent on having good local data in the right systems, and so this first phase of this project is to invest time improving our data to where we need it to be. You will be improving the quality of flood risk data using your data and GIS skills. You’ll also be engaging and communicating with local colleagues to ensure that you can maximise the benefit of their local expertise and their knowledge of their data. 

You will have an enthusiasm for data, demonstrable experience of data management and experience of using Geographic Information Systems (GIS). Working with your Area colleagues you will be improving the quality of local data and updating various systems that will be key to our new National Flood Risk Assessment (NaFRA2).

This post will be based in our Peterborough or Welwyn Garden City office.

Job Requirements:

You’ll be building on your existing GIS and data management skills and will be fully supported with the tools and guidance you need to carry out your role.

Through your experience you will ideally be able to demonstrate some of the following:
• Have an enthusiasm for data and be skilled in data management
• Strong Geographic Information Systems skills. ESRI ArcGIS desirable.
• Have a physical science background or a relevant degree / professional qualification
• Skilled at managing multiple priorities and competing demands
• Be able to show where you’ve worked with others
• Have good communication and teamwork skills.
• Careful and accurate with your use of data and keen to look into and solve problems with your data
• Ability to develop and maintain good relationships with customers 
• Organisational skills and an ability to use MS Office. Strong Excel skills are desirable.

Further details of the post and how to apply are available on the Environment Agency jobs website: www.environmentagencyjobs.tal.net