CLOSED: Great Smokey Mtns. Natl. Park: Fire GIS Position

Posted: March 30, 2012 in Uncategorized

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Date: Fri, Mar 30, 2012 at 10:03 AM
Subject: [Gis] Notification of Fire GIS Position Announcement
To: gis@webmail.itc.nps.gov, giscoord@webmail.itc.nps.gov, GRSM_Resources_Management_Staff@nps.gov, GRSM_Fire_Management_Staff/GRSM/NPS@nps.gov, SER_GIS@nps.gov

Great Smoky Mountains National Park is pleased to announce the posting of a one-year long Fire GIS opportunity for interested applicants through the Student Conservation Association. Interested Applicants should search for SCA Position Number 00140614 at http://www.thesca.org/

Position Description
Your duties will include: using ArcGIS Desktop software and Garmin GPS Equipment to create and manage new GIS data layers; coordinating with fire staff to organize existing spatial data and create and document procedures for updating geo-spatial datasets; mapping/scouting previous wildland fire sites; updating and maintaining GIS data in compliance with national reporting requirements; participating in fire effects field work; participating as a GIS team member during park emergencies; developing and maintaining spatial databases for deployment to other park units.

Please note that this notice does not constitute an official notice of disposition if you had previously applied for other GIS positions at Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Communications regarding application disposition will be routed through appropriate methods. Great Smoky Mountains National Park staff will respond to position questions upon receipt of a list of qualified applicants from the SCA.

Thanks for your interest!

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