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Forestry Opportunities
Multiple Positions
Full-Time

BC Public Services
Ministry of Forests


Port McNeill, BC

Description (PDF)

Apply by: May 27,  2024
Location: Port McNeill, BC V0N 2R0 CA (Primary)
Job Type: Full-time
Work Options: On-Site
Salary Type: Please see the links to individual postings below for details, including classifications and salary ranges specific to each position.
Union: GEU

There are currently three (3) permanent, full time positions available in Port McNeill:

  • Advisor, Indigenous Relations (may be filled as either a Licensed Science Officer 2 or a Scientific Technical Officer 24)
  • Land & Resource Specialist (may be filled as either a Licensed Science Officer 3 or a Scientific Technical Officer 27)
  • Stewardship Forester (Licensed Science Officer 2)

For information about the Indigenous Applicant Advisory Service, please visit: Indigenous Applicant Advisory Service - Province of British Columbia.

There are currently three (3) permanent, full-time positions available:
• 110191 - LSO OTHR 2 - Advisor, Indigenous Relations
• 110192 - STO-RE 24R - Advisor, Indigenous Relations
• 110190 - LSO FORS 3 - Land & Resource Specialist
• 110273 - STO-RE 27R - Land & Resource Specialist
• 112398 - LSO FORS 2 - Stewardship Forester

Please note, you must apply to each competition of interest by the posting close date identified in the posting. Your application will not be automatically considered for (or provided to) all opportunities.

For more information please click here or go to:

 https://bcpublicservice.hua.hrsmart.com/hr/ats/Posting/view/111060


Professeure ou professeur encognition spatiale et modélisation interactionnelle


Département des sciences géomatiques
Université Laval


Québec (Québec)
Description (PDF)

Date limite de dépôt de candidatures : 7 juin 2024 à 17h
Location: Québec City, Québec
Job Type: Full-time
Salary Type: En fonction de l’expérience de la personne sélectionnée et selon la convention collective en vigueur.

Le Département des sciences géomatiques de l’Université Laval sollicite des candidatures pour un poste de professeure ou de professeur en cognition spatiale et modélisation interactionnelle, qui requiert des connaissances avancées :

  • en sciences de la nature et du génie relatives aux systèmes de positionnement, de navigation, de modélisation numérique et de cartographie de l’espace et de l’environnement;
  • en sciences humaines sur les façons dont les êtres humains traitent les concepts spatiaux (acquisition, structuration révision de l’information et de connaissance spatiale) et interagissent avec leur environnements physique, social et technologique.

Les activités académiques inhérentes à ce poste s’inscriront en appui (mais non exclusivement) à la programmation de recherche de la Chaire de recherche du Canada sur les villes et mobilités intelligentes et inclusives, qui vise à répondre aux enjeux de développement de villes intelligentes durables, soucieuses du bien-être de leurs citoyens, en particulier des personnes les plus vulnérables (notamment celles avec des incapacités et les personnes âgées), par l’aménagement d’un environnement urbain favorisant une meilleure mobilité et inclusion.

La personne candidate doit démontrer sa capacité à mener des activités d’enseignement et de recherche novatrices caractérisées par des collaborations intersectorielles (sciences naturelles et génie, sciences humaines et sociales, sciences de la santé), menant au développement d’applications géospatiales mieux adaptées aux besoins spécifiques de différentes catégories de personnes. La personne candidate devra avoir les capacités à établir des liens entre les travaux de recherche réguliers réalisés en géomatique (basés sur les données, les modèles géospatiaux, la cartographie dynamique, les technologies et les capteurs) et les usagers des applications qui en découlent. Cette expertise pourrait tout aussi bien s’appliquer à différentes thématiques, comme l’aménagement de territoires inclusifs et la mobilité des personnes ayant des incapacités, les personnes exposées à différents types de risque et d’aléas naturels (comme les inondations). Ce faisant, la personne retenue pour ce poste contribuera à consolider l’utilité sociale, humaine et sanitaire de la géomatique (et des travaux de recherche qui y sont menés), en plaçant l’être humain et ses besoins au centre des méthodes de représentation numérique des milieux de vie (comme le milieu urbain).

De même, la personne candidate devra élaborer et concrétiser son propre programme de recherche, s’associer à des équipes de recherche, obtenir du financement et participer à des initiatives de recherche interdisciplinaires en collaboration avec les autres domaines d’expertises présents au Département, à la Faculté et à l’Université, lesquels présentent un fort intérêt stratégique (comme les villes intelligentes, le changement climatique et la résilience aux aléas) et qui répondent aux besoins grandissants en données géospatiales pour différents besoins et dans différents milieux.

La personne retenue pour occuper ce poste est appelée à assumer des enseignements réguliers aux trois cycles. Elle effectuera de la recherche de pointe dans le domaine du poste offert. Elle devra également démontrer une ouverture aux collaborations interdisciplinaires, autant en enseignement qu’en recherche. Elle devra encadrer des étudiantes et étudiants aux trois cycles, développer les moyens nécessaires pour obtenir ses propres financements de recherche, incluant la mise en oeuvre de projets de collaboration publique et privée. Elle devra enfin contribuer aux responsabilités administratives du Département des sciences géomatiques, de la Faculté de foresterie, de géographie et de géomatique et de l'Université Laval. Elle pourra éventuellement être appelée à assumer des enseignements à l’extérieur de son domaine de spécialité, c’est-à-dire dans les autres domaines de la géomatique dans lesquels oeuvre le Département.

Toute personne intéressée à présenter sa candidature doit fournir les documents suivants (en format PDF) :
un curriculum vitæ;
  • une lettre de présentation mettant en évidence l’expérience pertinente au poste et expliquant comment la personne candidate répond aux critères de sélection (max. 3 pages);
  • les noms et coordonnées complètes de trois personnes à qui la personne candidate aura demandé de fournir des références (lettres de recommandation à joindre au dossier);
  • une liste de publications et une copie de trois articles ou publications écrites représentatifs de la production scientifique de la personne candidate;
  • un document faisant état des motivations et de la vision de la personne candidate envers l’enseignement et la recherche (max. 3 pages).


Geodetic Unit Lead
Full-Time


Alberta Forestry and Parks


Edmonton, AB

Description (PDF)

Apply by May 13, 2024
Location: Edmonton, Alberta
Job Type: Full-time
Salary Type: $3,090.43 to $4,278.93 bi-weekly ($80,660 to $111,680/year)

Are you enthusiastic about geodetic spatial referencing and mapping? Do you thrive in a leadership role where you can make a significant impact? We are seeking a highly skilled Geomatics Engineer to join our dynamic team as the Project Leader directing and controlling the establishment, maintenance, and preservation of Alberta's provincial reference system. As the Project Leader, you will coordinate and provide leadership to a team of professionals, collaborating with various government departments, land surveyors, and the public to ensure the integrity and functionality of our geodetic spatial referencing system.
 
In this role, you will strategically apply surveying legislation and policies to develop and support our geodetic positioning and mapping systems. Effective client service and strong project management skills are essential as you collaborate closely with the Director of Surveys to manage operations and deliver sound geomatics engineering solutions. You will coordinate and facilitate strategies related to spatial referencing design alternatives, communicate these strategies to internal and external stakeholders, and provide support to municipalities and others for maintaining the Alberta geodetic spatial referencing system.

Additionally, you will maintain and update the Multipurpose Alberta Survey Control Operations and Tasks (MASCOT) survey system and provide technical support to internal and external clients on issues related to geo-positioning. As a representative of the Government of Alberta, you will actively participate at provincial and national levels on various issues related to surveying, geodesy, and mapping. You will also provide supervision and leadership to the Geodetic Control Unit Technologists to ensure effective management of the unit and contribute to its ongoing success.

If you are an analytical thinker with strong leadership skills and a passion for geodetic spatial referencing, we encourage you to apply for this exciting opportunity. Join us in shaping the future of Alberta's geodetic positioning system and positively impacting our province's mapping infrastructure.


For more information please click here or go to:
https://jobpostings.alberta.ca/job-invite/56524/



Remote Sensing Specialist
Full-Time

Ministry of Agriculture and Food
Multiple Locations

Description (PDF)
BC Public Service

Apply by: February 6,  2024
Location: Multiple Locations
Job Type: Full-time
Work Options: Hybrid
Salary Type: $80,652.20 - $91,992.70 annually, plus $36.53 bi-weekly isolation allowance for Smithers.
Union: GEU
Posting Title: STO 27R - Remote Sensing Specialist - 109024

This position is part of the Land Use and Geospatial Unit which includes land use planning, GIS services, and agricultural land use inventory (ALUI). ALUI provides the current and accurate land cover and land use information that is a prerequisite for responsible and effective management of BC’s agricultural land.

The Remote Sensing Specialist is the scientific and technical authority on remote sensing and geospatial applications within the ministry.  This position provides leadership to a professional team of geospatial specialists to identify, design and develop tools and processes to increase the predictive accuracy and efficiency of land classification for agricultural applications, conducts research and development to leverage remote sensing and other advanced and emerging geospatial technologies and incorporate proven automation techniques into land classification processes, and collaborates with a diverse team of agrologists, engineers, land use planners, and others to maximize the potential of remote sensing to address the information needs of the branch and ministry.

Qualifications for this role include:
• A Master's degree from a recognized* post-secondary institution in a related field and at least four (4) years of current and progressively advanced related professional experience; OR,
• Bachelor’s degree from a recognized* post-secondary institution in a related field and at least six (6) years of current and progressively advanced related professional experience.
o *Proof of your education credentials may be required.
• Related education includes geography, environmental studies, resource management, agriculture, land use planning, data science, computer science, geomatics, geospatial, statistics, mathematics, engineering.

For more information please click here or go to:
https://bcpublicservice.hua.hrsmart.com/hr/ats/Posting/view/109024


RPAS/Geomatics/
Remote Sensing Specialist

Full-Time

Ministry of Water, Land and Resource Stewardship.
Multiple Locations

Description (PDF)
BC Public Service

Apply by: January 4, 2024
Location: Multiple Locations
Cranbrook, BC V1C 7G5 CA
Fort St John, BC V1J6M7 CA
Kamloops, BC V2H 1B7 CA
Nanaimo, BC V9T 6L8 CA
Prince George, BC V2N4P7 CA
Smithers, BC V0J 2N0 CA
Surrey, BC V4P 1M5 CA
Vancouver, BC V6B 0N8 CA
Victoria, BC V9B 6X2 CA
Williams Lake, BC V2G 5M1 C
Job Type: Full-time
Work Options: Hybrid
Salary Type: $73,855.42 - $84,134.34 annually, plus $36.53 bi-weekly isolation allowance for Smithers
Union: GEU
Posting Title: STO 24R - RPAS/Geomatics/Remote Sensing Specialist - 108088

The RPAS Geomatics Remote Sensing Specialist provides specialist advice to senior ministry decision-makers and to technical and professional staff in the ministry, sector or industry on the use and interpretation of drone data and technology. This position maximizes the potential of geospatial and information technologies – specifically remotely piloted aircraft systems (RPAS), imagery, thermal, multi-spectral, and LiDAR - to support the Remote Sensing & Geodetic Engineering section at GeoBC and the NRM RPAS Program’s clients and business objectives.

Job Requirements:

  • Bachelor's Degree in geomatics, resource management, geography, computer science, or related area.
  • Experience developing and managing large spatial and attribute data sets and experience with database management tools and applications.
  • Experience developing methodologies and performing custom geospatial data modelling, complex analysis, and interpretations.
  • Holds an Advanced Pilot Certificate, Small Remotely Piloted Aircraft System (RPAS), Visual line-of-sight (VLOS), issue by Transport Canada. Proof of certification will be requested.

For more information please click here or go to:
https://bcpublicservice.hua.hrsmart.com/hr/ats/Posting/view/108088


Branch Manager
Full-Time

McElhanney
Vancouver, BC

Description (PDF)

Apply by: January 8, 2023
Location: Vancouver, BC
Job Type: Full-time
,Salary Type: $170,000 - $200,000

Leading one of the largest offices for one of the largest geomatics firms in Canada, you will lead a team of consulting professionals in an established market, while identifying promising new opportunities to develop. You will execute strategic objectives and meet Key Performance Indicators across McElhanney’s four cornerstones of People & Communities, Clients & Partners, Processes & Technology, and Financial Metrics. To accomplish this, you will be the leader in cultivating a positive work culture, have an unmatched drive for success, and be passionate about your role as a catalyst for excellence in the branch, in the region and in the company.

You will be working closely with the Regional Vice President to establish strategic direction and be supported by multiple Division Managers to achieve operational excellence within the Branch. McElhanney’s network of over 30 branches will provide opportunities for collaboration and resource sharing as you strengthen the business. The successful candidate can rely on very capable and established operational and support teams in developing a strong, cohesive branch culture that incorporates and prioritizes our shared commitments to safety, project management excellence, and client satisfaction.

What You’ll Bring:
•A professional accreditation in a technical field applicable to our business is preferred.
•15+ years’ experience in consulting geomatics with 5+ years of management experience of diverse, multi-disciplinary teams, including managing financial outcomes and team performance.
•Success in attracting, hiring, and training engaged teams within the Geomatics industry.
•A proven track record of business development and fostering long-term client relationships.
•Strong understanding of the Vancouver / British Columbia market.

For more information please click here or go to:
https://can232.dayforcehcm.com/CandidatePortal/en-US/mcelhanney/site/CANDIDATEPORTAL/Posting/View/1673


Geospatial Analyst, LIDAR & Imagery
Full-Time

Ministry of Water, Land, Resource Management
Multiple Locations

Description (PDF)
BC Public Service

Apply by: December 27, 2023 (Closing Date Extended - January 3, 2024)
Location: Multiple Locations
Job Type: Full-time
Work Options: Seven (7) Positions Available
Salary Type: $67,728.87 - $77,012.22 annually, plus $36.53 bi-weekly isolation allowance for Smithers
Union: GEU
Posting Title: STO 21R - Geospatial Analyst, LiDAR & Imagery - Closing date extended - (107476)

GeoBC is responsible for the acquisition, creation, management, and analysis of geospatial information to support the development of products and services which help Government better manage natural resources and communities in British Columbia. GeoBC is the largest centre of geospatial expertise in the provincial government and plays a leading role in the geospatial community across government. As part of a vibrant geospatial community within the BC Government, being employed at GeoBC provides great benefits and offer opportunities for training and career growth.

The Geospatial Analyst, LiDAR & Imagery, conducts advanced spatial data analysis in support of the post-processing, production, quality assurance (QA), and quality control (QC) for LiDAR and digital imagery data of the Remote Sensing & Geomatics Engineering (RSGE) section with GeoBC. This position is responsible for conducting spatial data analysis and providing technical services to support land and resource data management, decision-making on resource planning, land management or other program issues.

Job Requirements:

  • Diploma or higher in resource management, geography, remote sensing, geographic information systems, or a related field. Preference may be given to a degree or higher.
  • Experience interpreting geospatial data, developing geospatial methodologies, performing custom geospatial data modeling, and/or conducting statistical analysis of geospatial information.

For more information please click here or go to:
https://bcpublicservice.hua.hrsmart.com/hr/ats/Posting/view/107476


Senior Geomatics Technician
Full-Time

Ministry of Transportation & Infrastructure
Multiple Locations

Description (PDF)
BC Public Service

Apply by: December 12, 2023
Location: Multiple Locations
Coquitlam, BC V3K 7B9 CA
Kamloops, BC V2H 1B7 CA
Kelowna, BC V1Z 2S9 CA
Multiple Locations, BC CA (Primary)
Nanaimo, BC V9T 6L8 CA
Nelson, BC V1L 6K1 CA
New Westminster, BC V3M 6H8 CA
Prince George, BC V2N4P7 CA
Terrace, BC V8G 1W2 CA
Victoria, BC V9B 6X2 CA
Job Type: Full-time
Work Options: Hybrid
Salary Type: $73,855.42 - $84,134.34 annually
Union: GEU
Posting Title: STO 24R - Senior Geomatics Technician - (106695)

The Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure (MoTI) plans transportation networks, provides transportation services and infrastructure, develops and implements transportation policies, and administers many related acts, regulations and federal-provincial funding programs. The Ministry strives to build and maintain a safe and reliable transportation system and provide affordable, efficient and accessible transportation options for all British Columbians. This work includes investing in road infrastructure, public transit, cycling network improvements and other green modes of transportation, reducing transportation-related greenhouse gas emissions, and strengthening the economy through the movement of people and goods. The Ministry invests in highway rehabilitation and side road improvements, which includes road resurfacing, bridge rehabilitation and replacement, seismic retrofits, intersection improvements and upgrades to smaller side roads to help connect communities.

The Senior Geomatics Technician provides direct technical specialties in the delivery of highway engineering services and performs technical and administrative tasks that meet project requirements and Ministry specifications.

The BC Public Service offers fantastic work-life balance. On this team, you will have:
  • A 4-day, 35-hour work week
  • Travel limited to approximately 25% during the survey season
  • Paid annual leave: three weeks of vacation to start
  • Great benefits, including comprehensive medical and dental coverage.
  • One of the best pension plans available.

For more information please click here or go to:
https://bcpublicservice.hua.hrsmart.com/hr/ats/Posting/view/106695


GIS Analyst
Full-Time

Ministry of Forests
Multiple Locations

Description (PDF)

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