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GIS & Data Support Analysts

Job Title: GIS & Data Support Analysts
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Gloucestershire, United Kingdom
REF: 211
Contact Name: Gary Fay
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Job Published: about 2 years ago

Job Description

GIS Support Analysts

Salary: £25,399 up to £35,100



Closing date – 12th July

This public sector organisation based in Gloucester and a short drive from the M5 are recruiting a GIS Support Analyst to join their GIS & Data team to support existing critical services and to develop new services to meet business requirements.

You will be involved in the support and provision of GIS to system users throughout the organisation. From updating data and day-to-day support of the Corporate GIS (including web mapping system) to being involved in bespoke projects to support operations and automating analyses of complex data; this is an exciting opportunity for the right candidates to be part of a team that constantly looks to new ways of using GIS and analyses to support the business.

You will of course need to demonstrate good levels of attention to detail, analytical thinking/problem solving and dedication to excellent customer service. Essentially, you will have experience of using ESRI ArcGIS Desktop10.1 + in a business environment with good skills in map composition/production & effective data presentation.

You must have an awareness /experience of mapping data sets and of working with data from a variety of map projections, experience of creating accurate data sets, including designing of the supporting database tables and of using ArcGIS for data analysis. Additionally, you will have experience of ArcGIS Desktop installation and configuration.

Desirable skills include ArcGIS Server 10.1 + installation & configuration and Python scripting and automating processes as well as Web GIS production (ArcGIS Server, ArcGIS Online, JavaScript API, ESRI UK’s LocalView Fusion, Flex, etc.) and Portal for ArcGIS.

Any knowledge or experience of ESRI UK LocatorHub; setting up gazetteers and geocoding/rectification or ESRI UK’s Crime Analyst would be an advantage.

Further training for the right candidates will be provided as the team broadens its remit to other data analysis applications.

You must be willing to undergo the relevant security vetting for this role.