Announcing Three Job Opportunities with Georgia’s Geospatial Information Office

The short and sweet – here are three open positions in the Geospatial Information Office with the links to apply… keep reading below if you’d like more information on geospatial data, the Office, or the positions:

Geospatial information refers to any digital data containing location-based information, which is at the core of nearly all government functions. Local, regional, and state government in Georgia use geospatial information to support nearly all the services they provide citizens, including keeping track of property boundaries, road management, public works, environmental management, and much, much more. The State’s Geospatial Information Office (Office), housed within the Department of Community Affairs, is charged with securing and improving access to the most current statewide geospatial data and facilitating its development through cross-jurisdictional coordination – eliminating duplicative efforts and decreasing acquisition and creation costs.

The Office’s coordinated approach to data development enables multi-jurisdictional interoperability – helping cities, counties, and regions work with each other and with state and federal agencies – to improve the quality of services provided to the State’s citizens, to drive economic development and to respond to natural disasters. In doing so, the Geospatial Information Office plays a key role in promoting the safety and economic vibrancy of all Georgia communities, while maximizing taxpayer value by leveraging the wise use of technology.

Our passion for improving quality of life through the integrated use of high-quality, spatially-enabled data in decision-making is at the heart of everything we do. Geospatial sciences and technologies inspire and enable every level of government to save money, lives, and our environment through a deeper understanding of the changing world around us.

The Geospatial Information Office is seeking great minds to come join our team – are you passionate about applying geospatial information and technologies to solve real-world problems? Would you like to be a leader on a team that helps shape strategies on the effective adoption and use of these technologies at local, regional, and state government scales across the great State of Georgia? If so, we invite you to add your creative mind and problem-solving skills to our team and become an integral member of the Georgia Geospatial Information Office.

The Office is seeking three amazing minds to fill the following positions and join the team:

  • Geospatial Data Program Manager: lead the development of Programs in support of the development and ongoing maintenance of vital statewide spatial datasets that will support critical governmental functions, including the State’s migration to a next generation 9-1-1 ecosystem (NG911). To learn more or apply, click here
  • Geospatial Solution Engineer: design and build 1) enterprise applications (configurable, custom and COTS) and business processes to support data management and geospatial analysis at a state scale and 2) the framework for a common operating data ecosystem to enable holistic sharing and management of spatial data statewide such as addresses, road centerlines, and various boundary data to support NG911. To learn more or apply, click here
  • Business Development Specialist: help make us a well-funded and well-oiled machine. Assist with a variety of the Office’s program management, capacity building, and sustainability planning efforts. Identify needs and opportunities to support current Office business and expansion of operations; engage stakeholders and leverage interagency synergies; and bring innovative funding sources and economies of scale to bear for our Programs. To learn more or apply, click here

In addition, we are also hiring the following Communications Internship, to work 15-30 hours per week:

  • Communications Intern: Despite the job description saying “mapping” this is a Communications Internship, not a mapping internship. It will, however, be working in the Geospatial Information Office. To learn more or apply, click here

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