- GIS Manager
- GIS Coordinator
- GIS Programmer
- GIS Analyst
- GIS Technician
Top Five Gallop Strengths
- UNIX, DOS, MS Windows, Macintosh OS
- ArcGIS Desktop: ArcView, ArcEditor, ArcInfo, Server, Analyst and 3D Extensions
- Geostan, Spatial , AutoCAD
- Oracle, Informix, SQL Server
- Basic, Pascal, Fortran, C, AML, Python, SQL
professional with over 20 years of experience including system design, systems management, database design, data creation, data conversion, and application development. In his professional career, he has sought employment that would provide three opportunities: first, the opportunity to be of service to his employer, co-workers, and community second, the opportunity to grow professionally through challenging positions, continued education and training and third, the opportunity to provide for his family.
GIS software for a City government. He supported the Community Development, Zoning, Planning, Public Works, Police, and Fire departments with GIS projects. He prepared illustrations, maps, and presentations for the Mayor, City Council, Planning Commission, and Board of adjustment meetings.
GIS application for a County government. The GIS application was used by over 40 employees to create and maintain county parcel data using coordinate geometry. He updated the programming and added new functionality. He presented the changes to the GIS user community.
GIS system for a regional Association of Governments. GIS maps and data were presented to Mayors, City Councils, Town Councils, County Commissions, and State agencies.This included creating general plan, land use, and zoning maps. He created regional transportation plans with bike, trail, and equestrian components.
GIS Survey for the State of New Mexico which included infrared and orthographic digital raster imagery, vector parcel data, and data gathered in the field with GPS equipment. He wrote an application to create working, preliminary, and final hydrographic survey maps and reports containing property ownership, water rights, crop types, and irrigation sources to be used to mitigate water right issues and claims.
GIS department for an environmental consulting firm with projects in three states: CA, AZ, and MT. The data included biological, archaeological, historical, environmental, and planning information for National Environmental Policy Act NEPA and California Environmental Quality Act CEQA compliance.
GIS database containing vector and raster data representing Federal Emergency Management Agency FEMA flood insurance rate maps FIRMs for the United States, Puerto Rico, Virgin Islands, and Guam. Property addresses were geocoded to obtain a latitude and longitude. The latitude and longitude were used to determine if flood insurance was required for the property.