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GIS Analyst

Description

The City of Irvine seeks a well-rounded, seasoned professional for a GIS Analyst vacancy. The Analyst will perform duties related to the design and administration of the citywide integrated geographic information systems (GIS) databases. He/She will provide GIS-related services and support for citywide mapping operations and other planning/engineering functions, and provide a wide range of support services to City departments in the design/procurement of database systems and software applications, the integration of other databases, and training of department staff in the use of GIS systems.
Requires a bachelorís degree in GIS, geography, information systems management, computer science, civil engineering, planning or related field and three years experience designing, implementing and maintaining GIS databases and applications, or any equivalent combination.

How to Apply

Please visit www.cityofirvine.org/jobs by June 27, 2014 for more information and to apply. EEO/ADA



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