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**GIS Architecht**Berkshire**

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Jon Graham <[log in to unmask]>

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Thu, 1 Nov 2012 11:07:32 +0000

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GIS Architect - Berkshire - 6 Months initially -0 £Neg

My client is currently looking for a Senior GI Analyst/Solutions Architect for a initial 6 month contract in Berkshire. The role will extend for a long period.

Key tasks include:
•Responsible for ensuring all proposed solutions in relation to GI system development are practical, cost effective and timely. 
•Assisting business leads with GI technical advice to develop GIS opportunities from the earliest stage.
•Maintaining awareness of data management best practice and developments, including statutory regulations, EU and Government standards and guidelines. 
•To understand the technical problems (data/system), challenges and complexities of GI that exists within GI solutions.
•To oversee spatial data analysis and interpretation of results for an array of purposes covering data quality, scheme compliance and requests for information.
•To assist in the development of effective and technically sound operational GI processes that is consistent with policy objectives.

Required Skills 
1.Proven ability to manage, lead and motivate a team of technical staff; and able to demonstrate enthusiasm and influencing skills required to champion the adoption of best practice in performance across a team technical staff.

2.Proven ability to apply technical GI knowledge in order to analyse complex spatial, imagery and data model problems, using photo-interpretation and geo-processing to quickly identify key issues from complex information, separating essential from non-essential, and producing workable solutions.

3.In depth and demonstrable GIS software skills, proficient with cartographic presentation techniques, geodatabases, geoprocessing techniques, map layouts and methods for delivering effective map presentations. Experience of working with ESRI ArcGIS 9.3+ and ETL packages such as Snowflake or Safe FME server/desk top. Programming experience using ArcObjects within a .NET development environment (or Java or Python) would be preferable although demonstrable skills in macro development/scripting would also be acceptable. Strong Oracle Spatial database skills and the ability to code PL/SQL for complex spatial queries.

4.Extensive knowledge and experience of GI data and information management with demonstrable skills in the use and application of Ordnance Survey products and their management (e.g Change Only Update) within an Oracle environment.

5.Proven experience and understanding of a wide range of spatial business requirements and transforming them into solutions suitable for GI enterprise-wide implementation, including an understanding of non-functional impacts, ranging from system performance to organisational changes.

Applicants must hold relevant degree or equivalent in Geography; Land Management; Surveying; Geographic Information Systems /Science or relevant land/IT discipline.

If you are avaiable now and have the skill set please get in touch.

Jon Graham
Business Development Manager

Triad Resourcing
St Andrews House  Caldecotte Lake Business Park  Milton Keynes  MK7 8LE
T: +44 (0)1908 278450 | M: +44 (0)7912 490295 | F: +44 (0)1908 630133
E: [log in to unmask] | www.triad.co.uk

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