Company: International Archaeology, LLC (IA)
Position: GIS Specialist/Archaeologist
Description: International Archaeology, LLC (IA), an equal opportunity employer, seeks a full-time GIS Specialist/Archaeologist for its Honolulu office. Experience developing geodatabases, working on larger GIS projects as part of a team, preparation of GIS deliverables (maps and electronic files), and a sense of graphic layout and design are required. Experience with recent versions of ArcGIS Desktop, ArcToolbox and ArcCatalog are required. Experience with Trimble GPS units and software is preferred. Experience with Python, dealing with archaeological/GIS legacy data, drafting, Microsoft Access, database design, document formatting, and IT are not required but will be viewed as a benefit.
Position involves regularly producing maps on short notice for printed and digital reports; compliance with federal, state, and local geodatabase standards; developing geodatabase structures; anticipating and responding to the GIS needs of office and field staff; processing and quality control on field-collected GPS data; and maintaining organized files. Fieldwork requiring all-day hiking in heavy vegetation and rough terrain while running a GPS unit may be required on occasion. The GIS Specialist will be required to collaborate with up to four other GIS Specialists and will report to the lead GIS Specialist as well as project management.
Undergraduate degree in anthropology or related field is required. Applicant must have writing, research, fieldwork, and computer skills, a good sense of organization, interpersonal skills, a strong determination to maintain project schedules, a willingness to work as part of a team, and problem-solving abilities. Occasional travel required. Position available immediately. Salary and benefits are commensurate with the position, experience of the applicant, and industry standards. Please submit a letter of interest, résumé (including three references), and brief summaries of at least three GIS projects that you completed (including a description of your role, and if possible graphics) to HonoluluOffice@iarii.org Attn: Rona. Closing date: September 22, 2017.