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Natural England

United Kingdom

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Natural England Geospatial Information Analyst Lead Adviser


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Job ID:

473

Location:

United Kingdom 

Category:

GIS Analyst

Salary:

£26,224.00 per year
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Job Views:

682

Employment Type:

Full time, Part time

Posted:

09.23.2021
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Job Description:

We have three vacancies for people with strong Geographic Information and data analysis skills. The successful applicants will be responsible for providing geospatial information services to the Natural Capital & Ecosystem Assessment (NCEA) Programme. This is a new Defra Group evidence programme which aims to deliver high quality national and local evidence to assess the state and condition of biodiversity, ecosystems, and natural capital assets across our terrestrial, freshwater and marine environments. The post holders will support specific NCEA projects such as the England Ecosystem Survey and Habitat Network Mapping.

Job Requirements:

Work under the direction of senior colleagues to support NCEA projects by providing GIS analysis using ESRI’s ArcGIS suite of products.
Provide high quality mapping and statistics for NCEA programme reporting and for external stakeholders.
Develop new tools to improve the way NCEA projects use geospatial information.
Work with the NCEA data mobilisation team to manage project data and data from external stakeholders in accordance with data licencing and data management procedures.
Provide GIS technical support, advice, and training to NCEA project staff.


Technical Skills and Knowledge
• Advanced level use of desktop ESRI ArcGIS products (e.g. ArcMap, ArcGIS Pro, etc.) 
• Strong data analysis skills and experience of using appropriate methods to analyse a range of geographical, biological, and social data. 
• Good data presentation skills, such as producing maps and statistics for reports or external publications. 
• Good data management skills and experience of working within data licencing and data standards (e.g. metadata standards, Open Data, GDPR, etc.). 
• Experienced in transforming data, including integrating different data types (e.g. spatial and non-spatial) and from different data sources. 


Closing date: 11:55 pm on 4th October 2021.


Company Info

Natural England
United Kingdom
Phone:
Web Site:

Natural England Geospatial Information Analyst Lead Adviser

col-narrow-left   

Job ID:

473

Location:

United Kingdom 

Category:

GIS Analyst

Salary:

£26,224.00 per year
col-narrow-right   

Job Views:

682

Employment Type:

Full time, Part time

Posted:

09.23.2021
col-wide   

Job Description:

We have three vacancies for people with strong Geographic Information and data analysis skills. The successful applicants will be responsible for providing geospatial information services to the Natural Capital & Ecosystem Assessment (NCEA) Programme. This is a new Defra Group evidence programme which aims to deliver high quality national and local evidence to assess the state and condition of biodiversity, ecosystems, and natural capital assets across our terrestrial, freshwater and marine environments. The post holders will support specific NCEA projects such as the England Ecosystem Survey and Habitat Network Mapping.

Job Requirements:

Work under the direction of senior colleagues to support NCEA projects by providing GIS analysis using ESRI’s ArcGIS suite of products.
Provide high quality mapping and statistics for NCEA programme reporting and for external stakeholders.
Develop new tools to improve the way NCEA projects use geospatial information.
Work with the NCEA data mobilisation team to manage project data and data from external stakeholders in accordance with data licencing and data management procedures.
Provide GIS technical support, advice, and training to NCEA project staff.


Technical Skills and Knowledge
• Advanced level use of desktop ESRI ArcGIS products (e.g. ArcMap, ArcGIS Pro, etc.) 
• Strong data analysis skills and experience of using appropriate methods to analyse a range of geographical, biological, and social data. 
• Good data presentation skills, such as producing maps and statistics for reports or external publications. 
• Good data management skills and experience of working within data licencing and data standards (e.g. metadata standards, Open Data, GDPR, etc.). 
• Experienced in transforming data, including integrating different data types (e.g. spatial and non-spatial) and from different data sources. 


Closing date: 11:55 pm on 4th October 2021.