Position: Geographer, MCAS Yuma (part of the GEOFidelis program, based at MCB Camp Pendleton)
About the job:
Incumbent plans, coordinates and carries out analytical and interpretive
assignments of considerable significance and complexity in accordance with
program policies. Program management includes: developing and implementing
an Marine Corps Air Station Yuma Strategic Plan; developing an annual budget
and submission into the POA&M process; providing oversight of GIS contracts
and task order; and providing technical direction and guidance to the
Command and Command support organizations. Routinely reviews contracts for
accuracy and compliance of GIS-related services for submission with the GIS
data standards. Participates in contract scope development for ongoing and
future planned GIS projects. Surveys and identifies GIS user requirements.
Performs specialized and complex GIS spatial queries and analysis for the
Command, tenant organizations and other customers. Produces maps of the
results in clear and understandable format. Receives HQMC data calls and
analyzes them for data and/or the product requested. Coordinates with other
data owners or GIS managers within the region. Collects, reviews and
transmits the requested data after proper coordination within the Command,
and MCI-West/GeoFidelis West. Provides guidance on GIS publication methods.
Provides oversight of GIS data security for Un classified and For Official
Use Only (FOUO) classifications. Coordinates and conducts GIS training and
support for various users and customers aboard MCAS Yuma
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Open Date: 5/20/08
1st cut off: 5/27/08
Closing date: 5/30/08
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Geographer / GIS Position at MCAS Yuma
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