Our small, passionate team is looking for a diligent GIS data analyst to preprocess local government GIS data for our emergency management solution.
Why You Should Apply
We make Crisis Track, which is a cloud based system that local governments use to manage disasters and other emergency events like search and rescue. When there is a hurricane, forest fire, flooding or other disaster, our system is used to track the situation, collect data, and help make decisions based on analytics that we provide them. We are changing the way that cities and counties are operating during these critical events.
You will work as a member of a small team of seasoned, enthusiastic GIS experts, software developers, and emergency management professionals. The work you will do will help support real-world, high-profile emergency management operations. You will also be exposed to new and different technologies and processes.
What We Need
We are in need of someone with previous GIS experience, good communication skills, and the ability to complete a project accurately and on time. You will be expected to manipulate local government GIS data for data loading and set up ArcGIS Online services.
This is a telecommute/work-from-home position. We will meet with you weekly to review the assignments and discuss upcoming tasks. You take it from there. You will perform the work on your schedule and produce results on a previously agreed upon milestone basis.
Typical assignments will take about 20-30 hours per week. We will provide you with technical leadership and troubleshooting help to make you and the project successful.
Crisis Track is an Equal Opportunity Employer. To be considered applicants must be eligible to work in the United States.