TNGIC
Mapping Tennessee
Posted on July 19th, 2018

​GIS/MAPPING TECHINICIAN
 
General Statement of Duties:
            The Ohio County Assessor’s Office is seeking a highly motivated GIS professional to maintain the county’s tax parcel dataset. The GIS technician should be experienced with geographic information systems, management of spatial data, and ability to convey information from surveys, plats, and deeds to the office staff, public, and other departments.
 
Key Responsibilities:
  • Solely responsible for the maintenance of the Ohio County’s tax parcel dataset.
  • Produce detailed tax maps in accordance with the Standard on Manual Cad Maps and Parcels Identifiers adopted by the international Association of Assessing Officers (IAAO).
  • Ability to edit parcels in an ArcGIS environment by interpreting surveys, deeds, and plats.
  • Perform regular quality control checks of multiple GIS datasets.
  • Resolve issues presented by the public through research of deeds. 

Qualifications:
  • Degree in Geography, Civic Engineering, Computer Science, or related discipline preferred.
  • Proficiency using Esri ArcGIS software version 9.3 or 10.1
  • Proficiency using Microsoft Office (including Access)
  • Ability to read Deeds
  • Ability to communicate effectively with office staff, public, and other departments in an professional confidential matters. 

Interested applicants may obtain an application at the Assessor’s office Ste. 204 and return with resume and cover letter to:
 
Tiffany Hoffman
Ohio County Assessor
1500 Chapline Street Ste. 204
Wheeling, WV 26003
 
 
 
PLEASE NO PHONE CALLS
Posted:
Equal Opportunity Employer 

Posted on June 27th, 2018

​Description


The purpose of this classification is to create, maintain, and analyze data and perform the functions associated with developing, implementing, maintaining and supporting a Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and performing tasks specific to various department and agencies; including providing information and technical support regarding GIS mapping technologies. Reports to GIS Manager.

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Posted on June 19th, 2018

​The Tennessee Department of Agriculture, Division of Forestry is recruiting for and will soon be posting a job for a Forestry Program Specialist - Information Program Specialist located in Nashville at the Ellington Agriculture Center.The Forestry Information Program Specialist maintains Division of Forestry (TDF) information resources by gathering, maintaining and analyzing TDF data and information, and coordinates with STS Project Manager to facilitate software, information system and GIS development. This positions also arranges for or provides Division wide training and software license maintenance.
Please check the TN Department of Human Resources (DoHR) for job minimum requirements, openings and salary range: https://www.tn.gov/content/tn/employment.html.
The position will likely be posted late June or early July. For more information please contact David Todd at david.todd@tn.gov.or Dyshea Brown at Dyshea.brown@tn.gov.

Posted on June 13th, 2018

​TNGIC Introduction to LiDAR Data Utilizing ESRI ArcMap – HANDS ON at TN Tech
With an additional QGIS capabilities demo
 
Thursday July 26th
8:30AM – 3:30PM
Tennessee Tech Cookeville, TN
 
FREE – 25 Seats
 
Contact: Paul.Dudley@tn.gov with questions.
 
Register here!


Posted on June 4th, 2018

​Students and teachers from across Tennessee recently participated in the second annual
mapping contest with topics ranging from mapping local greeways to confronting our past.
Utilizing ESRI’s ArcGIS Online platform, students collected and created data for projects that
focused on individual research questions. Students incorporated their data into interactive
maps and websites to provide context, supplemental information, and their methodology to
viewers.

We would like to recognize the students and teachers who participated in the contest this year
and acknowledge the hours of work that go into collecting and creating data, developing maps,
and producing supplemental material like videos and pictures.

For the contest, students participated in either the middle school or high school division, with
the top 5 maps in each division awarded $100 from ESRI. The 1st place map in each division will be submitted to ESRI for judging at the national level with the top overall team in each division receiving an invitation to attend the ESRI International User Conference in San Diego, California this summer.

We are pleased to announce the top 5 maps and the first-place winners of the first ArcGIS
Online Mapping Contest for Tennessee Middle and High School Students.


Middle School
No middle school entries for 2018

High School
1st Place | Lynching in Tennessee, University School of Nashville
Greenway System of Murfreesboro, TN, Central Magnet School
Tennessee State Parks, Central Magnet School
Veterans in Tennessee, Central Magnet School
TN Rutherford County Cemeteries v. Population, Central Magnet School

The Tennessee ArcGIS Online Mapping Contest was sponsored by ESRI. Based in Redlands, CA,
ESRI is the global market leader in Geographic Information Systems software. Additional
support was provided by Woolpert and Geo-Jobe. Woolpert is a national architecture,
engineering and geospatial firm that delivers value to clients by strategically blending
engineering excellence with leading-edge technology and geospatial applications. GEO
Jobe is committed to showing clients how geospatial thinking can guide them to save time,
money, and make better business decisions from their GEOPowered Cloud and custom
solutions.

For more information please contact: Michael Camponovo
209A Burchfiel Geography Building, UTK
(865) 974-5348 mcampono@utk.edu

Posted on May 2nd, 2018

​The winners were:
Best Cartographic Design: 1st place – Susan Finger
Best Cartographic Design: 2nd place – Charlie Mix

Best Spatial Analysis: 1st Place – Nyssa Hunt
Best Spatial Analysis: 2nd Place – Jessie Eglington – Urban Advancement Relative to Population Growth Using Majority of Nashville Metropolitan Statistical Area

Best Student Project: 1st Place – Nyssa Hunt
Best Student Project: 2nd Place – Jessie Eglinton – Urban Advancement Relative to Population Growth Using Majority of Nashville Metropolitan Statistical Area

Best online map: Eric Runkle for  - The History of Montgomery Bell State Park: 1800’s to Present

Viewer’s Choice Award: Jessie Eglinton – Urban Advancement Relative to Population Growth Using Majority of Nashville Metropolitan Statistical Area

Posted on April 30th, 2018

​2018 Student Project Presentation Awards
Education is a central component of TNGIC’s mission. The purpose of the TNGIC Student Project Presentations is to encourage and support students’ education through the completion of commendable GIS projects. 

Each student is asked to submit a description of the project, a personal statement, a letter of recommendation, and proof of enrollment.   The students are scored based on the written application and oral presentation at the annual conference.  Plaques and cash prizes are awarded during the annual conference to the top three scores. 

This year the third place award went to Danial Adams for his project, A Pre and Post-Hurricane Irma Elevation Analysis of Pelican Island National Wildlife Refuge.  The intent of this project was to explain how LiDAR collected post-Hurricane Irma was used to determine vegetation change based on canopy height due to the impacts of the storm by comparing it to LiDAR collected prior to the Hurricane. This project was conducted by Daniel for use within the US Fish and Wildlife Service. 

The second place winner, Jessie Eglinton from Tennessee Tech, compared the urban advancement of the Metropolitan Nashville area to the population growth.  The focus of this presentation was to discover where urbanization is occurring at the most rapid pace and find out what the population growth tell us about the average person’s daily life in relation to local urbanization.

First place was awarded to Tina Sullivan from UT Martin for her project, From the Floodplains to the Mountains - An In-Depth Look into Tennessee Agriculture.  This project focused on analyzing the agricultural census data of Tennessee’s ninety-five counties, formulating equations to determine each county’s effectiveness, and making recommendations to under-performing counties.  

Posted on April 30th, 2018

Full Job description.


​ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
(The following duties ARE NOT intended to serve as a comprehensive list of all duties performed by all employees in this classification, only a representative summary of the primary duties and responsibilities. Incumbent(s) may not be required to perform all duties listed and may be required to perform additional, position-specific duties.)

Provides Transportation Analyst functions for the Chattanooga-Hamilton County/North Georgia Transportation Planning Organization, the federally-designated Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) for the Chattanooga, TN-GA Urbanized Area.

Leads the development, maintenance and manipulation of transportation monitoring systems; collects, processes, organizes, builds and maintains large databases to ensure currency and accuracy of the system; analyzes, interprets and prepares data from the monitoring systems for transportation planning, monitoring and evaluation.

Organizes, interprets and analyzes data and information from various sources such as travel demand model, geographic information system, and traffic counting programs, to calculate performance measures, identify and assess challenges and opportunities, and identify the sources of issues related to transportation planning and land use development.
Identifies strategies that meet the transportation, land use and other goals and objectives in the region to address the challenges and issues.  Performs technical analyses, collaborates with other professionals, and develops committee or stakeholders group consensus to assess and implement strategies.

Develops a process and performs analyses to evaluate the effectiveness of transportation strategies/programs/projects by collecting data and information from various data sources, running travel demand model, using sketch planning tools or other traffic analysis tools.
Prepares technical reports and presents the analysis results using visualization tools to develop maps, graphs, charts, tables and photos to officials and the general public.

Develops, adapts, modifies and extends manual and electronic procedures, tools, scripts and applications to improve and enhance data collection, data analysis and presentations.
Designs, plans and conducts surveys; collects, processes, edits, organizes and analyzes data; prepares technical reports and presents results.

Develops and organizes appropriate public participation processes; prepares presentations, materials and other communication tools to facilitate project review, public meetings and community outreach and serves as lead presenter/facilitator for contentious/complex projects.

Creates a variety of materials such as maps, charts, graphics, reports, brochures and visual presentations for meetings and to facilitate community education and outreach activities with interest groups, neighborhood associations, advisory boards and elected officials.

Represents the Agency, County and jurisdictions and serves as a technical resource and consensus builder on a variety of meetings, public events, training sessions, committees, task forces and other related groups.

Provides professional-level staff support to various Commissions and Boards, such as the Chattanooga Hamilton County/North Georgia Transportation Planning Organization, including organizing meetings, preparing informational packets for members and performing other related activities.

Provides guidance and monitors the work of contractors and ensures the contract terms are met.

Reviews, interprets and applies federal, state and local regulations as they relate to transportation and land use planning.

Develops policies, grant applications and requests for proposals related to transportation, land use, and capital improvements.

Performs other duties as assigned.

Posted on March 29th, 2018

Please send your resume and cover letter to sbates@gdga.com.  No phone calls or in person questions or resumes’ to be accepted.  We will correspond via email to set up interviews

​​Job Description
                                              
Position Title:  GIS Analyst                                            
 
Department:  Operations
 
Report to:  Engineering/Compliance Manager
 
_____________________________________________________________________
 
 
I.  DESCRIPTION:
 
The purpose of this classification is to direct, organize, and implement functions associated with managing functions associated with Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and Computer Automated Drafting (CAD) based mapping for the Greater Dickson Gas Authority. Duties and responsibilities include maintaining all geographically relevant data for gas utilities, providing technical assistance to GIS database users, investigating complex problems and/or complaints and recommending solutions, researching and implementing new technology, analyzing the mapping system, using the computer network and personal computers, and coordinating with other private and governmental entities on GIS-related projects. Reports to GIS and Compliance Manager.
 
II. ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:
 
The following duties are normal for this position.  The omission of specific statements of the duties does not exclude them from the classification if the work is similar, related, or a logical assignment for this classification. While this is intended to be an accurate reflection of the current job, management reserves the right to revise the job. Other duties may be required and assigned.
 
Maintains gas utility system maps and associated databases.
 
Collect the locations and attributes of utility assets using Global Positioning System.

Assists managers in system flow analysis, training, State and Federal compliance reporting, and others as directed by supervisor.

Performs customer service functions; Assists citizens, engineers, contractors, developers, and other agencies by providing information on laws, maps, tools, etc.

Provides information and technical assistance to users regarding the GIS System and other related issues; assists agencies with operation of the GIS System.

Develops and maintains Internet map services and internal GIS web applications.

Verifies construction plans; analyzes impact on gas utilities.

Maintains a working knowledge of a variety of computer operating systems, programming languages, and software programs; implements new technology and software as needed.

Provides record maintenance using various hardware and software combinations.

Assists in maintaining all federal and state mandated reports.

Assists in the daily maintenance and operations of the utility network.

Aids other departments in implementing new GIS technologies.

Performs various administrative functions to include: creating records, reports, correspondence, memorandums, etc. using word processing, spreadsheets, graphs, and PowerPoint presentations.

Assists in ordering supplies, materials and other commodities.  Maintains inventory of stored items.

Receives, monitors, and directs incoming calls.

Plans, coordinates, and assists in special projects and events.

Accurately files and maintains records.

Schedules appointments and meetings with outside software and hardware vendors; researches updates and upgrades.   

Maintains records in compliance to Federal, State, and City regulations.

Work safely observing all OSHA, Federal, State, and City regulations.  Reports any accidents immediately to supervisor.

Correctly wears appropriate personal protective equipment when required.

Performs routine maintenance on equipment.  Reports any malfunctioning equipment to the supervisor.

Maintains the cleanliness of machines, work area and facility.  Reports incidents, or malfunctioning equipment to the supervisor.
 
 
 
III. REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITIES:
 
The GIS Analyst must initially have an attitude to learn about the natural and propane gas industry. The GIS Analyst must be capable of meshing with their peers in the work place and work together when required. The GIS Analyst must be capable of communicating his/her thoughts in a proper manner and display a congenial attitude in accepting assignments.  The GIS Analyst must work safely and follow all safety policies and procedures. The GIS Analyst must get proficient in the knowledge of the Authority’s system mapping, gas works and work efficiently with little supervision.
 
IV. QUALIFICATIONS:
 
Associate's degree in applied sciences, geography / computer science.
or
Three (3) years experience with ESRI software packages including ArcGIS Desktop and ArcGIS Server; Global Positioning Systems and Geographic Information Systems in the public utilities industry or government related field.
or
An equivalent combination of education, training, and experience which provides the requisite knowledge, skills, and abilities for this job.
 
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
 
Demonstrated proficiency in the use of ESRI ArcGIS Desktop including
creation and maintenance of Geodatabases.
 
Must be 18 years of age. 
 
Must possess a High School Diploma or GED.

Must have a valid Tennessee Driver's License.
 
 
V. OTHER DUTIES AS ASSIGNED:
 
Conducts behavior at all times in a professional manner to reflect positively on customer's perception of The Greater Dickson Gas Authority.

Promotes the teamwork environment.  Assists co-workers when necessary.

Provides coverage in absence of other personnel.

Continues professional growth with internal and external training.

Other duties as assigned by supervisor.
 

Posted on March 19th, 2018

Consolidated Utility District of Rutherford County, Murfreesboro, TN GIS COORDINATOR

PRIMARY FUNCTIONS
This position will be responsible for managing the GIS program under the direction of the Engineering Manager. The primary responsibilities include overseeing a small group of GIS technicians/editors and be responsible for programming and maintaining desktop and mobile software applications for enterprise wide data collection, visualization, QA/QC, conversion and integration with other software technologies. Other responsibilities include managing data sharing with external entities, coordinating GIS activities between different departments and providing troubleshooting and training on GIS technology as needed.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

Perform database management (in coordination with IT Dept.); this may include, but not be limited to:
Manage users and permissions
Manage data backups
Manage versions
Perform database compression
Create and maintain replications
Perform data schema modifications
Troubleshoot database or server performance issues
Maintain GIS services and database connectivity
Conduct periodic restoration tests to ensure data integrity and availability
Develop and implement database and GIS backup retention policies and procedures
Understand and implement best security practices regarding data and applications.
Lead data management activities; this may include, but not be limited to:
Data clean-up and validation
Create and update meta data
Develop and implement standard operating practices for this subject matter
Develop and maintain relationships with external entities with whom data is shared.
Oversee the maintenance of GPS equipment, including approximately 18 Trimble GPS receivers & corresponding data collectors, base station and software.
Identify, plan and implement GIS projects which may involve, but not be limited to:
New or modified means and methods for data collection and/or editing
New or modified map interfaces and/or functionality
GIS data migration and/or conversion
Manage and maintain all mapping software and closely integrated software including, but limited to:
ESRI - Arcmap Desktop, Arcgis Online and/or Portal
iWater %u2013 infraMAP
Trimble %u2013 TerraSync
Work order management software in the future
Develop and maintain a good relationship with the on-call GIS Consultant who has historically performed or significantly contributed to many of the above tasks. It is anticipated the on-call GIS Consultant will continue to provide assistance as needed.
Direct supervision of two GIS editors/technicians.
Other duties as assigned

JOB SPECIFICATIONS: specialized, technical, or practical knowledge, skills, experience or abilities needed to perform the job. (degrees, certificates, licenses, or other bona fide job qualifications.)

KNOWLEDGE/EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIRED:
Bachelor%u2019s degree in Geography, GIS, Cartography, Computer Science or related discipline or the combination of another degree and professional experience in the GIS field
GISP certification is preferred
ESRI software experience must include:
ArcMap 10.4 (or higher)
ArcServer 10.4 (or higher)
Enterprise Environments
ArcGIS Online/Portal - including Webapp builder, enterprise logon administration, application and map creation and management, and updating and publishing map services
Experience with geometric networks, versioning and replicated databases
Experience with multi-user geodatabases, attribute data structures, data acquisition, database construction, spatial analysis, metadata, editing attribute and graphical data, and QA/QC methods
Experience with Python and/or Model Builder
Experience with GPS data collection process and field data collection methods
Microsoft software experience must include a working knowledge of SQL server and Internet Information Services (IIS)
Experience implementing best security practices regarding data and applications
Ability to train and provide technical direction to less experienced personnel
12 or more years of overall GIS experience preferred [minimum of 7 required]
A minimum of 5 years in a position with supervisory responsibilities
A minimum of 3 years of experience with GIS as it applies to the utility industry with preference to water/wastewater specifically

SKILLS REQUIRED:
Ability to gather and analyze data.
Ability to resolve problems and/or complaints.
Ability to read scientific technical journals, technical manuals, maps, etc.
Ability to write reports, prepare business letters, expositions, and summaries.
Ability to think independently within the limits of policies, standards, and precedents.
Effective interaction with others within the organization.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:
Work is in an office setting. Physical demands include but are not limited to: fine dexterity (hand movement computer keyboard, writing, mouse, GPS equipment), sitting, standing, talking, twisting, and good vision.

OTHER REQUIREMENTS:
Must meet residential policy requirements of a 25-mile radius and maintain that status as a condition of continued employment.
Valid Tennessee Driver%u2019s License and good driving record.

Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

To Apply: You may apply online at www.cudrc.com. You may also mail your completed application to Human Resources, P.O. Box 249, Murfreesboro, TN 37133-0249 or deliver your application to our office located at 709 New Salem Highway, Murfreesboro, TN between the hours of 8:00am-4:00pm Monday-Friday.






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