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Graduate Spatial Information Officer


Spatial Information; Georesources; Flexible

As a Graduate Spatial Information Officer, you will be involved with the delivery of key projects providing service and support in Spatial Information Management and Geographical Information Systems (GIS) to Queensland Government that align with important departmental, customer and community priorities.

Spatial Information Graduates will also rotate through the greater Spatial Information Group to receive a full and immersive experience in Spatial Information.

Job details

Position status Fixed Term Temporary
Position type Flexible full-time
Occupational group Graduate
Classification PO2
Workplace Location Flexible
Job ad reference QLD/433537/22
Closing date 15-Aug-2022
Job duration 12 months with possible extension
Contact person Jeanette Lipczynski
Contact details RecruitmentHR@resources.qld.gov.au
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Your knowledge, skills and attributes

We'll assess your merit for this role by looking at what you've done previously - the knowledge, skills and attributes you can bring to the role, plus your potential for development, and your personal qualities.

This position requires:

•    Knowledge of current technology and techniques in the field of Geographic Information Systems (GIS), spatial data management and the preparation of GIS related products and services at a high level of accomplishment.

Key duties and accountabilities

•    Maintain knowledge of current and emerging technologies associated with spatial information, geographic Information systems (GIS), georesources & natural resource data management and associated products and services

•    Prepare written and verbal reports relating to geographic information products and services where required.

•    Assist in providing technical advice to departmental officers and customers in the field of mapping and spatial data management and associated products and services.

•    Participate in the maintenance and provision of spatial information through the production and development of cartographic products and services

•    Work independently and/or within a team environment by interacting with staff on a project basis to ensure that objectives are completed in a timely, appropriate, and effective manner.

•    Contribute to the creation of innovative solutions and efficient processes associated with mapping and spatial data management.

•    Knowledge or experience in the creation of Web Mapping Service would be beneficial but not mandatory.

•    Working knowledge of Feature Manipulation Engine or Python coding would be beneficial but not mandatory.

•    Other duties as directed and required

Further information

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Last updated
26 May 2021

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