Project professional with five years experience in a corporate setting with demonstrated skills in GIS and environmental consulting. Effective communicator whom can step up into a leadership role as well as work efficiently in a team setting. Energetic, detail-oriented self-starter with excellent analytical, organizational and people skills.
Sweet Briar College, Sweet Briar, Virginia: May 2006 Bachelor of Arts in International Affairs; Minors in Environmental Studies and Sociology
University of Limerick, Castletroy, Ireland: September 2004-May 2005
Skills and Qualifications
- Active US Government Secret Clearance
- Proficient in Microsoft Access, Excel, Power Point, Project, Publisher, Word, Adobe Photoshop and ESRI ArcGIS
- Advanced knowledge of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and imagery analysis
- Environmental Systems Research Institute (ESRI) Introduction to GIS II Certification
Science Applications International Corporation, North Charleston, South Carolina: GIS Analyst, 2011-present
Acted as a data liaison between U.S. Fleet Forces, data providers and the EIMS Technical Service Center. Provided data maintenance, published and maintained data services through data management application, maintained metadata and metadata records, created geospatial data to be used within software applications. Coordinated data exchanges with data providers, performed routine Standard Operating Procedures and provided data, application and system research support. Generated cartographic displays and maps as needed, provided design development and inputs to the software engineering process and performed reviews of technologies and applications to meet user and sponsor requested capabilities.
Town of Meredith, Meredith, New Hampshire: GIS Specialist, 2010 – 2011
Worked with personnel from various departments, boards and committees to address GIS
mapping and analytical needs. Analyzed data and spatial relationships to assist with decision making process within departments. Collected and transferred GPS data into the town’s GIS system and trained users on GPS equipment. Developed and updated a strategic plan for the town’s GIS system. Demonstrated continuous effort to improve operations, increase efficiencies and work cooperatively to provide quality customer service.
Science Applications International Corporation, Chantilly, Virginia: GIS Analyst, 2007 – 2009
Analyzed cartographic databases and edited geospatial data from intelligence databases. Georeferenced hard-copy and digital maps, populated and verified metadata and data attribution in ArcGIS shapefile, personal geodatabase and ArcSDE geodatabase formats. Produced, edited and managed Quality Control efforts for these datasets. Trained linguists with no experience on ArcGIS software and supervised their work to ensure a high level of efficiency and quality. Assisted team members by providing technical support for ArcGIS software. Provided photographic interpretation, analysis and extracted feature data for creation of high-quality maps for the Department of Defense.
Tetra Tech, Fairfax, Virginia: Environmental Scientist, 2006 – 2007
Analyzed impacts to natural resources from large development projects in accordance with the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA). Authored, edited, and supervised the preparation of public documents including Environmental Assessments (EA) and Environmental Impact Statements (EIS). Provided informational materials, coordinated outreach meetings and reviewed public comments to facilitate public involvement. Conducted environmental research, developed public outreach strategies and created environmental education materials for public distribution. Responsible for creating and maintaining a master database for regions of influence for various projects. Used GPS and GIS software to create high-quality maps for public documents and presentations.
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