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GIS Specialist II

Illinois Department of Innovation & Technology (DoIT)

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Location: Springfield, IL
Type: Full Time
Posted: 11/27/2018
Deadline to Apply: 12/06/2018
Payrate: $5,770.00 - $8,873.00/month
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Job Summary:

Under general direction, utilizing geographic information technology hardware and software, performs GIS program activities on more complex, short term or long term project assignments; coordinates the design, development and maintenance of GIS programs in a production environment using information from the GIS mainframe, Local Area Network, or outside sources; completes detailed tax policy research projects; coordinates joint projects with other State Agencies; develops standards and procedures for conversion of maps; writes, tests, fully documents and maintains statistical programs; updates publications, manuals, rules and procedures; develops advanced technical GIS application for use by people outside the agency; coordinates technical support from Information Services and outside vendors for the Bureau’s computer systems and users; assists managers with training, monitoring of work flow, development of work schedules, and quality control functions.


Requires knowledge, skill and mental development equivalent to the completion of four years of college with a minimum of 20 semester hours from the related academic disciplines of geography, GIS technology, cartography and computer science; requires working knowledge of the methods and techniques employed in creating maps and GIS products; requires working knowledge of research methods and techniques to analyze statistical and spatial data; requires working knowledge of geographical information system technology and software applications; requires working knowledge of computer operating system; requires ability to gain and maintain satisfactory working relationships with government officials and the general public.  Requires a valid, appropriate driver’s license and the ability to travel.

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