GIS Analyst – 12 months’ fixed term
We are a leading marine consultancy that have been delivering solutions for our clients around the coasts, estuaries and the seas of the UK and overseas for over 60 years. We are known for our specialist knowledge of the marine environment, technical ability and emphasis on service excellence. We work for all marine sectors, with clients ranging from small private developers to large ports and energy companies, regulators and charities.
We have a vacancy for a GIS Analyst at our waterside offices at Town Quay, Southampton.
This post will primarily be responsible for assisting with the production of report figures, spatial analytical work and data preparation working closely with colleagues within the Data Team as well as internal and external project managers.
Applicants should preferably have a degree in GIS or a closely related subject with 1-3 years’ commercial experience of ESRI desktop products focusing on the marine environment. However, consideration will be given to applicants who have relevant GIS experience from a terrestrial background. A working understanding of ArcGIS extensions (3D Analyst, Spatial Analyst), remote sensing data along with programming knowledge in Python would be desirable as well as good experience of Microsoft products, including relational databases (MS Access and MS SQL Server) and VB/VB.NET programming skills. It will be advantageous for the successful applicant to have project management experience, the ability to write concise project reports, prioritise workloads and be able to work under pressure.
In addition to being part of a company with an outstanding reputation, working for ABPmer brings with it numerous benefits including an excellent salary package, which is paid according to qualifications and experience, a contributory pension scheme, private medical insurance and flexitime working hours. The company also has a strong emphasis on professional development and training.
Applications should be made by email to firstname.lastname@example.org to include a CV together with a covering letter.
Closing date for applications – 3 May 2019.
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Further information about ABPmer can be found on our website www.abpmer.co.uk.