Jr to mid level GIS Developer
Posted on Dec 27, 2020 by ESG Consulting
Our client is seeking an Jr to mid level GIS Developer to coordinate and support GIS applications for both internal and external customers, as well as build out the necessary framework, including policies and procedures, necessary to house and mine the relevant geographical information. Additionally, they will explore available statewide resources to enhance our clients process and capabilities.
This is a contract that will continue through 9-20-2021
Client prefers candidates that will relocate to Lincoln Nebraska, but will consider remote
This is a Corp to Corp only. Third party candidates are accepted
- Bachelors or Master's Degree in Geography, Computer Science, GIS or related field.
- Two plus years' working with geographic information management and spatial data standards.
- Two plus years' experience with technologies such as Geocortex, ArcGIS Web App Builder and/or ArcGIS Online, ArcGIS API or ArcGIS Enterprise Notebooks, Arcade
- Experience with SQL server database technologies.
- Experience developing policies and procedures related to GIS data including acquisition, updating, quality, and standards
- Two years of professional web development experience.
- Experience with Web API Technologies
- Experience with Visual Studio, C#, and .NET/.NET Core
- Experience with Agile development methodologies.
- Experience with GIT
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