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Geospatial Research Coordinator

Posted: August 5, 2020

The Polis Center at IUPUI. The role of the Geospatial Research Coordinator is to oversee, coordinate, and produce project deliverables and requirements within the center’s geospatial emphasis areas in disaster informatics and environmental resiliency.

Primary Duties and Responsibilities:

  • GIS analysis and reporting: Conduct complex analysis using ArcGIS and other software tools for a variety of research projects. Create charts, graphs, maps, and/or reports of the analytical results. Implement quality control procedures for all interim and deliverable products.
  • Data development, updates, and maintenance: Develop and transform data to better support project objectives. Assist in updating and maintaining complex GIS datasets. Communicate regularly with internal and external project partners to exchange data, resolve questions and share information.
  • Project Management and administration: Work with project stakeholders and partners to define research scope, goals, and deliverables of projects in line with program objectives. Assist the Geoinformatics Director to manage project dependencies and risks through project life cycles to meet project deadlines. This will include development and management of project plans, budgets and schedules, and providing status reports to project staff and partners. Conduct project team meetings and facilitate effective collaboration and brainstorming of cross-functional groups. Represent the Polis Center to stakeholders, clients, and colleagues through conferences, meetings, and presentations.
  • Miscellaneous Activities: Assist with software and project training. Document project processes and results. Occasional travel to in-state meetings may be required. Perform other related duties incidental to the work described herein.

For additional information, please see the complete job description


Environment Specialist - Land Acquisition

Posted: April 9, 2020

The IDNR, Division of Land Acquisition, has posted an Environmental Specialist position (SEM) for a role in both Natural Resources Damages (NRD), and the Indiana Stream and Wetland Mitigation Program (IN SWMP). 

In this role as a Senior Environment Manager, you will serve as an Environmental Specialist within the Division of Land Acquisition. You will be responsible for managing assessment of natural resource injuries to those resources held in trust by the state of Indiana and managing restoration projects for the DNR (one of the two state co-trustee agencies; DNR trustee is currently John Davis) to compensate the public for natural resources damages (NRD) in coordination with the other natural resource trustees and their technical staff at IDEM and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and with the DNR Land Acquisition Division's Assistant Director.

For additional information, please see the job description


Land Surveyor - Monroe County

Posted: February 20, 2020

Serves as the licensed professional Land Surveyor in the Monroe County Surveyor’s Office and is responsible for administering those portions of the statutory duties of the Surveyor’s Office that constitute the “Practice of land surveying”, and require registration with the state board of registration for land surveyors.

For additional information, please see the job description


Governor's Summer Intern - IDEM Ground Water

Posted: February 14, 2020

As an intern, you will function as a member of the Ground Water Section supporting the implementation of the Ground Water Monitoring Network and will also support the efforts of the Source Water Protection Program.  You will work independently in the field collecting ground water samples from private and public drinking water wells.  Additionally, you will learn proper ground water sampling techniques for chemical and stable isotope analysis and be trained in the use of various field logging equipment and their use in ground water sampling.

For additional information, please see the job description


Hydrologist - Indianapolis

Posted: February 19, 2020

As a Hydrologist within the Ohio-Kentucky-Indiana Water Science Center, some of your specific duties will include: 

  • Plans, budgets, coordinates project and staff, conducts and reports on studies (hydrologic and water quality, sediments and air chemistry).

  • Applies, modifies and guides use of established and new procedures to collect, quality assurance, achieve and release data (hydrologic and water quality, sediment and air chemistry), for conventional and anomalous conditions. 

  • Computes, analyzes, interprets, and presents hydrologic water quality and air chemistry results using computerized simulation, statistical, geographic information systems, and other tools.

  • Prepares, reviews and presents project proposals, public presentations and reports of hydrologic, water quality, sediment and air chemistry studies. Collaborates with internal and external partners on development, progress, and results.

  • Operate a government vehicle as a incidental driver.

For additional information, please see the job description

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