SunGard Public Sector has an opening for a GIS Programmer in High Point or maybe Raleigh.
From: Bruce Walker
Sent: Monday, May 12, 2014 5:05 PM
To: North Carolina Local Government Geographic Information Systems Listserv
Subject: Job Opportunity Alamance County, NC – GIS Technician/Specialist
The County of Alamance County has a great job opportunity for an GIS TECHNICIAN/SPECIALIST.
The position is housed in the GIS department and will be responsible for overseeing the 911/Addressing/Centerlines/Districts for the county as well as a variety of other special GIS projects. In this position you will be given a lot of independence and opportunity to customize your GIS career. We are always looking to innovate and find new solutions. Every day is a new challenge.
Alamance County is ideally located between the Triad and the Triangle in North Carolina along the I-85/40 Corridor. We are only a few hours from the Mountains or the Ocean.
This position would be an excellent opportunity for a recent college grad up to an experienced GIS veteran.
To read more about job specifics and/or apply, please visit www.alamance-nc.com and click on the County Jobs link (at the bottom) to view additional information and access the online application. Salary range will be posted on website on 5/13/14.
May 12th 2014. Two week posting.
GIS Department Head – Alamance County
“Customer Service is our highest priority.”
Hey everybody, a new website has emerged with a Jobs list that so far has a really impressive list of postings. It’s Triangle Area GIS – Jobs page. I recommend bookmarking it or checking it frequently, and I’ve added it to the sidebar of this site. Check it out and tell your friends!
GIS related Summer Internship Position with the LandTrust For Central North Carolina at their Salisbury office.
Please distribute widely to appropriate rising college Juniors and Seniors.
Revised per email: Application Deadline is
April 30 May 18, 2014.
Please direct all queries to: landtrust.internship -@- gmail.com
The North Carolina Arc Users Group (NCAUG) is pleased to announce the 7th annual, 2014 NCAUG Student Scholarship Award applications. The scholarships are intended to support full-time students enrolled in GIS-related courses/activities in an accredited North Carolina Community College or University with an emphasis in GIS. Applicants must be enrolled, full-time, during the 2014/2015 academic year in order to be eligible. Previous NCAUG Scholarship Award recipients are not eligible to apply. This year, there are two categories, Undergraduate (including Community College) and Graduate, in which two $500 awards will be made to each category, for a total of four awards. The recipients will also receive a discount to the 2014 NCAUG Fall Conference and will be strongly encouraged to give a presentation.
Applications are due by May 15, 2014. The NCAUG Scholarship Committee will review the applicants and recipients will be notified by May 30, 2014.
Each applicant will submit an essay of no longer than two, double-spaced pages. This should be typed and submitted either as a word or .pdf document. The student’s last name must be included in the file name. The essay should include:
· Your history with GIS, how you were introduced to it
· Your experiences with GIS
· How this scholarship will support your GIS-related activities or research
· Future career goals and how they relate to GIS
Complete (please type) the following application. Once you have completed the application and essay, please submit both electronically to kmoore -@- harnett.org. (REQUIRED)
Optionally, you may submit hard copy to the address below:
NC ArcGIS Users Group Inc
c/o Karen Moore
Harnett County GIS
305 W Cornelius Harnett Blvd
Lillington NC 27546
Karen Moore – 2014 NCAUG Scholarship Committee Chair – kmoore -@- harnett.org
Visit our Website: www.ncaug.com
The NC State Government Internship Program sent out an email yesterday with some remaining openings for the summer. One of them is GIS related, and a couple others are IT related. Deadline to apply is April 21. Here’s the email:
The NC State Government Internship Program is currently accepting applications for Summer 2014 Internships. To learn about program eligibility, how to apply, view internship opportunities and obtain a NC State Government Internship Program application, please visit our website at www.ncyaio.com and click on “Internship Program” and then “How to Apply.”
The following internship opportunities are available:
· #70: Reporting System Design Intern in the Department of Health and Human Services (Raleigh)
· #74: WOW (World of Work) Youth Employment Intern in the Department of Health and Human Services (Raleigh)
· #75: Information Technology Efficiency Study Intern in the Department of Information and Technology Services (Raleigh)
· #88: Enterprise Resource Planning Systems Implementation Project Intern in the Department of Public Safety (Raleigh)
· #92: Web Application Developer Geomatics Toolkit Intern in the Department of Public Safety (Raleigh)
· #95: North Carolina Initiative to Reduce Underage Drinking Intern in the Department of Commerce (Raleigh)
· #96: Husbandry Intern in the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (Pine Knoll Shores)
Internship applications are due on Monday, April 21, 2014 (postmarked). Available projects are listed in the Internship Program Booklet. The internship application in Word and PDF are posted on the website below the Program Booklet.