Health and Hospital Corporation of Marion County has a GIS Technician position open.
Job description and application instructions can be seen here:
Alternately, you contact the GIS Coordinator directly:
Health & Hospital Corporation of Marion County
317.221.2289 (w) | email@example.com
Here is a partial list of some of the titles that I have ordered for the Bracken Library holdings with my share of the Department of History annual allocation this year that relate to GIS. Check them out and enjoy! Please feel free to share any resources that you may have ordered.
David J. Bodenhamer, John Corrigan, and Trevor M. Harris, eds., Deep Maps and Spatial Narratives (Indiana U Press, 2015)
Ian N. Gregory and Alistair Geddes, eds. Toward Spatial Humanities: Historical GIS and Spatial History (Indiana U Press, 2014) D16 .T74 2014
Todd Presner, David Shepard, Yoh Kawano, HyperCities: Thick Mapping in the Digital Humanities (Harvard U Press, 2014) AZ186 .P74 2014
Global Forest Watch at the World Resources Institute is hiring a GIS intern for Summer 2015.
GIS Intern, Global Forest Watch: https://careers-wri.icims.com/jobs/1879/gis-intern%2c-global-forest-watch/job
All applications must be received online to be considered.
For more information, contact:
GIS Manager, Forest Program
World Resources Institute
Direct: +1 202-729-7795
firstname.lastname@example.org | Skype: susan.minnemeyer | Twitter: @susanminnemeyer
What’s New MGIS Spring Showcase for 2015
Join us for a half day session as we showcase the 2015 suite of Trimble’s Mapping/GIS Products.
May 20, 2015 (Wednesday)
Registration/Sign in Starts at 8:00 a.m.
Session starts at 9:00 a.m. ends at Noon
Complimentary – Coffee, Drinks, and Pastries provided
Full Agenda Highlights – Click Here
The MGIS Mapping and GIS Product Showcase introduces new products, software, while we share the latest Tips and Tricks and News for Mapping GIS Professionals. Register today for this half day event – seating will be limited.
The 2015 Indiana GIS Conference will be held on May 12th and 13th at the Bloomington/Monroe County Convention Center. IGIC is currently looking for students to participate in the annual poster competition and to work at the conference.
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2015 Undergraduate Geospatial Technology Skills Competition
Win a trip to the GIS-Pro & NWGIS 2015 Conference!
The GeoTech Center and URISA are pleased to announce the 2015 Undergraduate Geospatial Technology Skills Competition! The intent of the competition is to showcase the geospatial technology skills of U.S. undergraduate students. Competing students will create a project that utilizes geospatial technology to address a real-world problem. The student will then present the project and the resulting deliverables as a video (approximately 10-15 minutes in length) which not only highlights their use of geospatial technology, but also demonstrates their communication and presentation skills. As Rodney Jackson, Dean of Business, Engineering & Technical Studies at Davidson County Community College states: “The ability to provide a competition for students to demonstrate their geospatial competency to industry partners, within the context of a national conference, has significant value within their educational experience.” More details to follow in the coming months; updates will be posted to the competition website.
Students who are at least 18 years old and currently enrolled during Spring 2015 in a geospatial technology course (e.g., geographic information systems, remote sensing, or GPS/GNSS) or geospatial technology program at an accredited 2-year or 4-year U.S. institution, and reside within the U.S., are eligible to enter. Questions regarding eligibility can be directed to either Tom Mueller at email@example.com or Scott Jeffrey at firstname.lastname@example.org. One entry per studentand only individual student submissions allowed (no group projects).
Entries will be due by Friday, June 12, 2015 and will be judged by a panel of experienced geospatial specialists. The combined scores from all judges will determine the top five (5) student finalists. These finalists will win an all-expense-paid trip to the GIS-Pro & NWGIS 2015: Geography at the Nexus of Collaboration international conference in Spokane, WA on October 18-22, 2015, where they will be required to present their project. Judges will then determine the competitors’ final place ranking. It is anticipated that three (3) of the student finalists will be from two-year colleges and two (2) from four-year institutions. The exact split will depend upon the number of students who enter the competition and the quality of the work submitted (judges also reserve the right to invite fewer than five student finalists).