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Regional GIS Manager for East Coast Marine Corps Installations

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    GIS Manager, USMC, MCIWEST-MCB Camp Pendleton

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Please note the following specific job opportunity within the United States Marine Corps:

East Coast Regional GIS Manager

The incumbent serves as the East Coast regional Geospatial Information Systems (GIS) Manager and is directly responsible for execution and technical oversight of GIS systems, data, and services provided to all Marine Corps Installations on the East Coast, including Marine Corps Base, Camp Lejeune. The incumbent evaluates and determines geospatial data requirements for the East Coast installations, and is directly responsible for the deign and implementation of the database design schema (data model) housing the data collected. The incumbent serves as the Imagery Acquisition Officer for East Coast Installations, evaluating the requirements for resolution, scale, spectral signatures, coverage extents, and refresh cycles for imagery captures. The incumbent establishes geospatial data management policies and procedures for East Coast Marine Corps installations in accordance with the HQMC GEOFidelis Program Standards. The incumbent directly supervises the GIS data services workforce and oversees planning and management of the GIS staff, including assigning and reviewing the work.

Please review the link above for full details including details on applying. This position would be located at MCB Camp Lejeune in North Carolina.
David Toney, GISP
GIS Manager
United States Marine Corps
West Coast Installations



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Thanks for the post David.
I used to be stationed there - and can state it is a great base and great location, if you like outdoors and the coast.

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