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GIS Developer

Wisconsin DOT

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Location: Madison, WI
Type: Full Time
Posted: 02/14/2020
Deadline to Apply: 02/25/2020
Payrate: $32.00-$44.00/hour
More Information: GIS Developer

Position Summary:

This position will join a highly innovative team that will work with the most up-to-date GIS development tools and practices to develop and support GIS applications on web, mobile and desktop platforms.

At the IS Systems Development Consultant Administrator level, we are seeking a candidate who demonstrates leadership and expertise in the application of GIS and linear network concepts and technologies to meet the needs of our transportation customers.  This position independently leads cross-functional teams in the plan, design, development and support of applications and systems leveraging the agency’s GIS infrastructure. The position involves working with agency customers, IT managers, and application developers to develop cross-functional business solutions.

At the IS Systems Development Specialist level, the position designs, develops, and supports GIS applications and systems utilizing spatial and linear network data.  Assignments made by the Area Supervisor or Project Leader involve working with various DOT business areas to develop solutions with many complex variables, multi-platform requirements and integration points with major systems.


Minimally qualified applicants must have experience in all of the following:
• Developing and supporting GIS applications on desktop and web platforms
• Applying object-oriented design principles within software development

Well qualified applicants will also have experience in one or more of the following:
• Providing technical leadership for the design and development of GIS applications, services, application programming interfaces (APIs) and tools
• Designing and building desktop and web applications using the ESRI application programming interfaces (APIs) and libraries