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Senior Gis Analyst/data Coordinator Resume

Boise, IdahO

CLASSES AND COMPUTER SKILLS:

  • Geographic Information Systems
  • Geographic Information Analysis
  • ESRI Geodatabase Design Course
  • Cartographic Design
  • Confidential
  • Natural Resource Management
  • Natural Resource Policy
  • Ecology
  • Photogrammetry
  • Rural and Urban Planning
  • ArcView 3.2a, 8.X, 9.X, and 10.X
  • ArcInfo (UNIX, PC)
  • ArcIMS/ArcGIS Server/ArcGIS Online
  • ArcGIS Collector/Survey123
  • ERDAS Imagine
  • AutoCAD
  • ArcEdit
  • ArcPad
  • 3D and Spatial Analyst
  • ER Viewer
  • Various ESRI Specialized Courses
  • XID Plant Identification Software
  • GPS units and software (Trimble and Garmin)
  • HTML, FLEX Programming
  • Squarespace/Dreamweaver website creation
  • Mobile Data Studio (Windows/Android)
  • Internet Skills
  • Google Earth
  • Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Powerpoint) OpenOffice
  • Microsoft Publisher
  • Windows NT/95/98/2000/XP/7/10

EMPLOYMENT:

Senior GIS Analyst/Data Coordinator

Confidential, Boise, Idaho

Responsibilities:

  • Maintain the statewide database of noxious weeds in Idaho
  • Train the 44 county weed superintendents and other affiliated groups on digital data collection techniques using GPS units, digitizing, data management, metadata, and GIS mapping
  • Create field survey protocols for cataloging known invasive aquatic and terrestrial plant locations in Idaho
  • Perform field surveys for known and unknown invasive aquatic and terrestrial weeds in Idaho
  • Create maps showing where noxious weeds and native and non - native plants are found in Idaho, and model the movement of these species, both aquatic and terrestrial. Paper and interactive web based maps
  • Train summer field crews on GPS survey techniques for cataloging invasive aquatic plants
  • Monitor the consistency of data collected and resolve any errors to ensure accuracy of the data
  • Create and maintain web pages for the Idaho State Department of Agriculture, and joint web page with the BLM on Bio-Control
  • Create survey techniques for the discovery of new invasive species in Idaho
  • Create applications (Windows Mobile/Android) to collect invasive species field data. Mobile Data Studio and ESRI Survey123 software.
  • Research/Purchase/Manage field data hardware for use in invasive species data gathering
  • Create protocols and survey techniques for invasive species roadside check stations
  • Train summer field staff (20 locations) on the use of invasive species field data hardware for the invasive species roadside check stations
  • Create connection (VPN) for instant data upload from the invasive species roadside inspection stations
  • Manage spatial data collected from invasive species roadside check stations
  • Create presentations to the State Department of Agriculture, the Idaho State Legislature, federal agencies including the BLM and Forest Service, and Western Regional Panel on Aquatic Nuisance Species
  • Create interactive (ArcGIS Online Story Maps) and hard-copy maps showcasing data collected, management results, models, and analysis. Create Operations Dashboards to manage field data real-time.
  • Presented posters at ESRI's International User Conference on aquatic plant sampling
  • Serve on various committees and teams, including the Eurasian Watermilfoil Technical Advisory Committee, the EDRR (Early Detection Rapid Response) team, and Web Board for the Confidential .
  • Member and Technical Advisor of the Invasive Species Task Force

GIS Analyst

Confidential, Boise, Idaho

Responsibilities:

  • Standardized databases from 14 area offices and merged them into a state level database
  • Performed maintenance on ArcIMS website
  • Compile data from various Forest Service offices for the creation of Idaho's Roadless Plan
  • Create map showcasing Idaho's plan to manage roadless areas in the state
  • Created maps as needed for executive staff and state legislative representatives
  • Provided support and quality control checks to area offices
  • Compiled and edited data from outside agencies to meet internal needs

Mapping Technician

Confidential, Caldwell, Idaho

Responsibilities:

  • Collected field data using Trimble GPS units and software
  • Created a database of city storm drain system and city water lines
  • Performed feasibility analyses for future city projects
  • Created maps as needed for specific departments and projects
  • Updated city property records

Program Technician/ GIS Coordinator

Confidential, Confidential, Utah

Responsibilities:

  • Assisted in tracking ownership, crop rotation, and development
  • Developed and maintained multiple county databases
  • Supervised and trained other employees
  • Performed quality assurance for Confidential
  • Verified accuracy using a GPS unit and software
  • Prepared maps and visuals for presentations
  • Collaborated with other government agencies to help farmers in Confidential

Confidential Technician

Confidential, Utah

Responsibilities:

  • Geo-referenced, edge-matched, and mosaicked digital aerial photographs
  • Attached a coordinate system to photographic and satellite images
  • Combined individual photographs into one complete image

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