Recent GIS, GeoTech and GeoJob Opportunities

Recent opportunities of interest for GeoTech professionals from GeoJobs.BIZ

.NET Developer, UK –  A global company offering a diverse, performance-driven culture and an innovative and engaging environment. They are launching a new initiative and are in need of 2-3 software engineers to join their team. They are working with 1 – 4 million lines of code and need developers that are energized by that rather than scared away! http://bit.ly/Q0SxQY

GIS Analyst, GA – This position is responsible for GIS project management; spatial analysis; cartographic production and database design and maintenance.

This position requires an extensive understanding of GIS techniques and principals and knowledge of ESRI products, ArcMap, map making and presentation. http://bit.ly/1oAilgD

Location Analytics Product Engineer – Are you a highly skilled individual who has what it takes to drive quality and participate in the the release of sophisticated location analytics technology? Join the team responsible for releasing a software system that runs on browsers, mobile devices, enterprise class servers, and in the cloud. http://bit.ly/1hSoL8s

GIS Analyst – With limited direction, develop and maintain Geographic Information Systems related to stormwater functions. This will include stormwater infrastructure mapping, easement mapping, hydrology and hydraulics modeling utilizing GIS. This position will also coordinate and work with the County IT/GIS Department to develop and maintain critical datasets. http://bit.ly/1hXJwlo

Geodesign Practice Manager (Esri) – Build the awareness of geodesign capabilities with Esri staff to improve client engagements. Assist in the development of customer installation and integration plans for key strategic accounts. http://bit.ly/1gmbSqq

Software Development Engineer in Test – Are you an engineer or computer scientist who has a passion for building great, high-quality commercial software? Use your dedication to quality and software engineering to advance Esri’s cutting-edge ArcGIS software. http://bit.ly/1dbncF7

GIS Technician, Colorado – Our suite of GIS applications focus on integrity management, data loading, facility data maintenance, mapping, reporting, regulations & compliance, and web sharing. GIS Technicians are responsible for working with and synergizing large data sets. You will collaborate and interface with various departments while providing expertise to solve GIS related needs – http://bit.ly/OI3FRP

Check out more jobs at Geojobs.Biz.

Finally, a little suggested reading…

The World’s Most Ethical Companies Are Ranked for 2014  – What do Dell, Intel, Microsoft, and Google have in common? Yes indeed, they all made the list of the most ethical companies!

Dive Into Python-Free 328 Page eBook – Whether you’re an experienced programmer looking to get into Python or grizzled Python veteran who remembers the days when you had to import the string module, Dive Into Python is your ‘desert island’ Python book.

Java Essential Training: The course demonstrates how to install both Java and the Eclipse IDE and dives into the particulars of programming. The course also explains the fundamentals of Java, from creating simple variables, assigning values, and declaring methods to working with strings, arrays, and subclasses; reading and writing to text files; and implementing object oriented programming concepts

The Best and Worst terms to Use on your Resume
A new Study Ranks Best and Worst Words to Use in a Resume. So if you happen to consider yourself as a dynamic go-to person who’s results driven and a team player then you better think again because you sound exactly like everyone else who’s blindly copying these adjectives into their CV and hoping to land that dream job!

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