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Date

June 4, 2010

Job Opportunity

Organization: Trow Engineering Consultants, Inc.
Title: GIS Technician
Location: Tallahassee, FL USA
Application Deadline:
Posted: 2010-05-26

Position Description:

Trow Engineering Consultants, Inc. in Tallahassee, Florida has an immediate need for a GIS Technician. This is a great opportunity to work with a group of experienced employees on an exciting pipeline project that to date is the largest in North America.

Responsibilities include:
•Help create and maintain a GIS mapping system in support of the Keystone pipeline project as well as other pipeline projects;
•Apply GIS software knowledge and analytical skills to engineering projects and assignments;
•Develop spatial data, tools, informational resources, analyses and map products in support of various project initiatives;
•Create, compile, manipulate, maintain, analyze and visualize data;
•Maintain accurate documentation;
•Provide technical assistance;
•Conduct quality review of maps and data products;
•Other duties as assigned.

Requirements:
•Must have ESRI ArcGIS software experience (ArcMap, ArcToolbox, ArcCatalog)
•Must be able to work in the office located in Tallahassee, FL
•Ability to work occasional weekends and overtime as needed
•Will consider part-time hours or flex hours for qualified candidate
•Presently this position is a temporary assignment (3-6 months) but may lead to full-time
•Will consider partial relocation or temporary living expenses for exceptional candidate

To Apply:
•NO PHONE CALLS OR FAXING.
•Please submit to yvonne.moore@trow.com:
(1) resume
(2) proposed work schedule

Trow Engineering Consultants, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer

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