Job: GIS Administrator (Can be located Remotely - Central / Mountain time zone), GeoSearch, Inc., St. Louis, MO
Illinois, Kansas, Iowa, Texas, Nebraska, Missouri, Colorado
The GIS Administrator is responsible for all aspects of the creation and maintenance of the GIS IT infrastructure. The GIS Administrator supports a wide range of users, both internal and external. Our client produces data for use in GIS, makes extensive use of GIS technology to manage and track production and supports client GIS solutions. The GIS Administrator creates and maintains solutions on-premises and cloud-based infrastructure.
The ideal candidate will be self-driven, enjoy working independently, suggesting, and implementing improvements to the process, and engaging in discussions to drive innovation.
Essential Duties & Responsibilities:
• Manage GIS server/service security, including role and user access
• Install, configure, and deploy ArcGIS server, Geoserver, Microsoft SQL Server, Postgres/PostGIS
• Design and maintain HA server deployments
• Configure Web adaptor and IIS integration
• Configure, tune and monitor server performance
• Collaborate with operations and development staff to create and maintain raster and vector layers
• Support IT by creating reports from the databases using both geospatial and nonspatial database
Required education, skills, and experience:
• Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university in planning, geography, or related field
• Three years of experience with GIS software
• GISP certification or an equivalent combination of education and experience
• Advanced SQL Server and Postgres/PostGIS administration?
• ESRI ArcGIS Enterprise Server administration??
• Geoserver administration?
• Python, Windows, ArcGIS online, GDAL, POSTGIS?
• Fundamental ArcGIS & QGIS UI GIS skills?
Desirable Knowledge and Experience:
• Statistics, advanced mathematics
• Machine learning
• Windows administration
• Linux experience
• Database report generation
• Cloud Administration
• Prototyping tools "notebooks" (Jupiter, Spark, etc.)