Job Description :
Title: GIS Analyst - F2F Interview
Location :Richmond, VA, United States
Length and Terms: Long term - W2 or C2C

Job description
F2F Interview Required


Create maps and graphs, using GIS software and related equipment.
Create, manage, and monitor map services using GIS software.
Meet with users to define data needs and required outputs.
Conduct research to locate and obtain existing data.
Gather, analyze, and integrate spatial data.
Compile geographic data from a variety of sources.
Analyze spatial data for geographic statistics to incorporate into documents and reports.
Design and update feature classes for enterprise data, applying knowledge of spatial feature representations.
Design and manage connections between GIS data stored in the enterprise GIS database and business attribute information stored in source systems of record.
Create new map data through digitization or by direct input of coordinate information using the principles of cartography including coordinate systems, longitude, latitude, elevation, topography, and map scales.
Analyze geographic relationships among varying types of data.
Prepare metadata and other documentation.
Operate and maintain GIS system hardware, software, large format printer, color printer, and remote sensing devices.
Move, copy, delete, and add files, drawings, and maps to output reports in hard copy or electronic transfer.
Present information to users and answer questions.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

3 years ArcGIS Desktop 10.x
3 years Publishing Map Services
2 years Database Connections - Spatial Data Views, Query Layers, etc.
Geography - Knowledge of various methods for describing the location and distribution of land, sea, and air masses including their physical locations, relationships, and characteristics.
Communication, Written, Oral, and Cartographic - The ability to convey GIS/spatial information to non-GIS/technical people.
Analytical Skills - The ability to solve problems using the GIS suite of tools.
Mathematics - Using mathematics to solve problems.
Information Gathering - Knowing how to find information and identify essential information, and validate the information.
Information Ordering - The ability to correctly follow a given rule or set of rules in order to arrange things or actions in a certain order.
Computer Science – Knowledge about the use and development of computer programs to solve problems.
Systems Evaluation - Looking at many indicators of system performance, taking into account their accuracy.