GIS & Natural Resource Data Technician
Do you have experience creating maps and managing spatial data? Are you interested in fisheries, wildlife, and natural resources information? Would you enjoy working and communicating with professionals dedicated to the stewardship of natural resources in Montana? If so, you should apply to join the Geographic Data Services Bureau at Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks as a GIS and Natural Resources Analyst.
Candidates must be interested in fish, wildlife and recreational resources in Montana and share a commitment to FWP’s Vision and Mission. The ideal candidate will be analytical, detail oriented, creative, possess a strong work ethic, have a positive attitude and excellent people skills. This position requires you work independently on multiple priorities, with diverse groups of people, that you work well in a team environment and have excellent time management skills to ensure deadlines are met. You must be an effective, knowledgeable, and engaging communicator. To be successful, you must clearly communicate concepts related to fisheries and wildlife science as well as GIS, data, and database concepts to individuals with both technical and non-technical backgrounds. Experience with written communication, presentations and the creation of video or webinar trainings is highly desired. You must have a minimum of 2 years of prior experience managing GIS data; creating digital and hard copy map products; technical expertise obtaining, working with, and organizing spatial data and defining, planning, and implementing spatial analysis and GIS workflows.