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Good interpersonal and communication skill. Confident, bold & self motivated. Strong organizational & management skills. General Knowledge & reading newspapers. Watching current affairs T.V programs. Taking interest in environmental affairs. Writing and reading articles. Accepting challenges. Accurate, logical, problem-solver, detailed, methodical, consistent, quick thinker, analytical, thorough. Dedicated, trustworthy, conscientious, reliable, loyal, punctual, knowledgeable, experienced. Motivated, adaptable, enthusiastic, active, keen, learner, inquisitive, continual improver I am GIS analyst and can work with different software and create graphs and maps using GIS software and related equipment. Meet with users to define data needs, project requirements, required outputs, or to develop [login to view URL] Research to locate and obtain existing databases. Gather, analyze, and integrate spatial data from staff and determine how best the information can be displayed using GIS. Compile geographic data from a variety of sources including censuses, field observation, satellite imagery, aerial photographs, and existing maps. Analyze spatial data for geographic statistics to incorporate into documents and reports. Design and update database, applying additional knowledge of spatial feature representations. Enter new map data through use of a digitizer or by direct input of coordinate information using the principles of cartography including coordinate systems, longitude, latitude, elevation, topography, and map scales. Conducting Project meetings as necessary to discuss applications and projects. This meeting is intended for managers and staff to learn the benefits and uses of GIS applications. Conducting Technical meetings as necessary to discuss technical and quality issues. This meeting is intended for hands-on technical users who have software questions. Preparing subscriber newsletters which may describe the GIS projects in the County, the status of GIS data conversion, notes from the Project meetings and training schedules. Capturing the location of 'assets' such as bridges, street lights, road barriers, flood defences and so on using GPS tools in the field for private companies, government agencies and local authorities. Desk-based data capture (digitising) to convert paper maps to GIS datasets, for example, to record the location of telecoms cables or water pipelines from original maps. Storage, analysis and presentation of geographical information: Creating and maintaining the structures necessary for GIS data storage. Developing the tools for loading/transferring GIS data between different systems. Manipulation, analysis and presentation of geographical information by creating programs to convert GIS information from one format to another. Developing internet applications to present GIS data and tools on corporate websites. Using tools to join together different GIS datasets and create new information or investigate patterns, e.g. estimating the number of people potentially affected by flooding, using population growth figures and planning information to estimate increasing/decreasing demand for school capacity, or calculating the number of potential customers for a new supermarket and predicting buying patterns based on socio-economic factors. Many of the activities are project based and involve working with clients to clarify the nature and purpose of the information they require.
$20 $ US / h
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