Posted in Management 24 days ago.
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The GIS Project Developer at CSA will be responsible for: 1) ascertaining, applying for and monitoring grant/contract/RFP opportunities for geospatial and/or data analysis projects. The GIS Project Developer will grow and promote the Center in its technical services offerings and overall research impact on the OU-Norman campus and among prospective external clients; 2) providing design, development and programming for custom geospatial solutions towards effective project outcomes and the enrichment of the Center's technical portfolio; 3) contributing to the Center's research and education output through presentations, publications, conference participation, and training sessions both internal and external to OU. The GIS Project Developer will also perform technical work on GIS assignments currently managed by CSA for various public entities, including the Oklahoma Election Board, Oklahoma Tax Commission, The Cherokee Nation, and Oklahoma Water Resources Board. Other tasks will present from a variety of stakeholder consultations and/or from work related to ongoing grant-funded projects maintained within and outside the Center for Spatial Analysis. Requests for custom applications development (mobile geospatial applications, web mapping development, server/storage solutions, etc.), cartographic services, analyses involving remote sensing, data and spatial analysis requests are common from clients across the institution, state, and region.
Required Education: Master's Degree or equivalent combination of education/job related experience, OR:
Advertised Physical Requirements:
Supervision: Student Group
If you are selected as a final candidate for this position, you will be subject to The University of Oklahoma Norman Campus Tuberculosis Testing policy. To view the policy, visit https://hr.ou.edu/Policies-Handbooks/TB-Testing
Required attachment: Examples of code, publications, presentations and/or grant writing examples.