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Subject:

Senior GIS Consultant

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Mark Jordan <[log in to unmask]>

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Mark Jordan <[log in to unmask]>

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Fri, 28 Sep 2018 11:00:20 +0100

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Good morning everyone 

Our client is looking to strengthen the team by recruiting an additional Senior GIS Consultant to work from their offices in Birmingham. 

Role summary:
You will work with cutting edge methodologies applied to the latest in Earth Observation data to extract, interpret and deliver actionable business insights. Working within the Earth Observation team and alongside our software developers and sales team, your role will be to support all aspects of our rapidly growing product portfolio. You will do this by applying your theoretical expertise and hands on experience to help shape and construct our market-disrupting products and services.

Personal Responsibilities:
Image / Data acquisition, cleansing and processing.
A range of EO specific tasks ranging from generating land cover classifications to catastrophe mapping.
Provision of ideas and expert insight during early product development.
Providing input and support to the sales team.
Provide technical support to the bidding process.
Write procedures, methods, workflow documentation and define standard operating procedures.
Initiate, develop and integrate flow lines which result in product efficiencies.
Identify and ensure understanding of new cutting-edge technological developments.
Experience of translating customer/internal needs in to technical requirements and developing these into business solutions.
Collaborating with both UK and International partners.

Person Specification:
You will have a background in GIS and Remote Sensing with at least five year’s commercial experience and be educated to at least degree level in a relevant subject (GIS, Remote Sensing, Geography, Mathematics, Physics, Ecology). Applications from those with significant research experience, such as PhDs, are particularly encouraged. Key requirements for the role are:
Strong academic and/or commercial background in the application of EO methodologies in R&D and demonstrable experience in working with and processing both optical and radar satellite imagery.
A strong technical background, with a keen interest in developing new methodologies to solve complex spatial problems.
Detailed knowledge and understanding of GIS and remote sensing techniques and software such as ERDAS IMAGINE, ArcGIS, QGIS, eCognition etc.
Ability to understand and implement technical processes effectively and efficiently.
A good understanding of statistical analysis techniques preferable.
A knowledge of cloud based remote sensing, GIS tools and applications.
Practical knowledge of coding skills, python etc. with an understanding of databases and SQL queries.
Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal, is essential.
Excellent report writing and documentation skills.
Microsoft Office, in particular Word and Excel.
Ability to work independently and as part of a team.


For more details email me [log in to unmask] or call me directly on 01932 578286. 

Mark Jordan 
Open Spaces Limited
GIS Recruitment since 1998. 

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