Company Info

South East Rivers Trust
24 Denmark Road
London, United Kingdom

Phone: 08450920110
Web Site: https://www.southeastriverstrust.org/

Company Profile


GIS ANALYST


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Job ID:

486

Location:

United Kingdom 

Category:

GIS Analyst, GIS Data Capture, GIS Developer

Salary:

£30,000 - £32,000 (pro rata for part time) commensurate with experience. per year
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Job Views:

1807

Employment Type:

Full time

Posted:

03.01.2022
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Job Description:

You will join our growing data and evidence team and work closely with different staff and teams across the organisation leading on expanding the application of spatial analysis for the Trust.

By applying and demonstrating the value of using modern spatial analysis, modelling and emerging technology to the problems we face in addressing the issues impacting our rivers and catchments, you will identify opportunities for business development with our partners and support initiatives to raise funds to expand the GIS function of the Trust. Whilst being part of a vibrant and dynamic organisation, you will also support colleagues to interrogate, analyse, visualise and present data to support the ecosystem services/natural capital planning and integrated catchment management activities of the Trust and the Catchment Partnerships that it hosts. We are seeking a personable, adaptable and organised GIS professional with an eye for detail and an associated interest and specialism in either IT, statistics, programming, web development or interactive mapping. This position will suit a self-starter with individual initiative who is comfortable setting priorities and managing simultaneous tasks. We welcome innovative, creative individuals who want to apply their excellent data analysis and visualisation skills, working as part of a multi-disciplinary team and bringing their own ideas to help the Trust deliver its mission of healthy rivers for all.

We would be interested to hear about your skills and interests and how you would like to develop this role and the application of spatial analysis across the Trust in the future. This is an exciting opportunity that will suit a natural leader and great communicator who will help lead the development of GIS and IT systems in a growing and dynamic organisation making a real difference for the environment.

Job Requirements:

Data Coordination and Management (20%)
  1. Develop and coordinate spatial databases for the Trust and its trading subsidiary;
  2. Be responsible for holding and maintaining datasets for the Trust, its partnerships and trading arm, including data assurance and quality control;
  3. Be responsible for the management of all data and software licences.
 

Spatial Analysis and Data Presentation to Support Environmental Decisions (50%)
  1. Work closely with colleagues to identify opportunities for spatial data analyses bringing innovative approaches which will enhance the understanding of environmental issues and their solutions;
  2. Collect, source, process and analyse data from a variety of sources (e.g. topographic, Lidar, open source, government, citizen science) to support evidence-based decision making and inform catchment management priorities, e.g. targeting measures to improve water quality, water resources, habitat restoration and natural flood management;
  3. Support staff and the Trust’s Catchment Partnerships in spatial data analysis and presentation;
  4. Support staff in stakeholder and partner workshops to collect, collate, present, analyse and refine environmental information to facilitate decision making;
  5. Support the Trust to take a Natural Capital approach, supporting the creation of decision-making tools and evidence, such as risk and opportunity maps for water resources, biodiversity and other ecosystem functions;
  6. Be responsible for effective presentation and communication of spatial data and facilitate its interpretation, including high quality visual outputs to support stakeholder engagement and decision making.

Project and GIS Function Development (30%)
  1. Lead on the development of GIS and data led opportunities for the Trust, and its trading arm, to work with others and develop project opportunities that deliver benefits to the environment;
  2. Contribute to the development of projects and funding applications;
  3. Support colleagues in the development of their own GIS and data management capabilities;
  4. Attend relevant training, workshops, meetings and conferences on behalf of the Trust to share knowledge and best practice in GIS and data management.


Company Info


South East Rivers Trust
24 Denmark Road
London, United Kingdom
Phone: 08450920110
Web Site: https://www.southeastriverstrust.org/

GIS ANALYST

col-narrow-left   

Job ID:

486

Location:

United Kingdom 

Category:

GIS Analyst, GIS Data Capture, GIS Developer

Salary:

£30,000 - £32,000 (pro rata for part time) commensurate with experience. per year
col-narrow-right   

Job Views:

1807

Employment Type:

Full time

Posted:

03.01.2022
col-wide   

Job Description:

You will join our growing data and evidence team and work closely with different staff and teams across the organisation leading on expanding the application of spatial analysis for the Trust.

By applying and demonstrating the value of using modern spatial analysis, modelling and emerging technology to the problems we face in addressing the issues impacting our rivers and catchments, you will identify opportunities for business development with our partners and support initiatives to raise funds to expand the GIS function of the Trust. Whilst being part of a vibrant and dynamic organisation, you will also support colleagues to interrogate, analyse, visualise and present data to support the ecosystem services/natural capital planning and integrated catchment management activities of the Trust and the Catchment Partnerships that it hosts. We are seeking a personable, adaptable and organised GIS professional with an eye for detail and an associated interest and specialism in either IT, statistics, programming, web development or interactive mapping. This position will suit a self-starter with individual initiative who is comfortable setting priorities and managing simultaneous tasks. We welcome innovative, creative individuals who want to apply their excellent data analysis and visualisation skills, working as part of a multi-disciplinary team and bringing their own ideas to help the Trust deliver its mission of healthy rivers for all.

We would be interested to hear about your skills and interests and how you would like to develop this role and the application of spatial analysis across the Trust in the future. This is an exciting opportunity that will suit a natural leader and great communicator who will help lead the development of GIS and IT systems in a growing and dynamic organisation making a real difference for the environment.

Job Requirements:

Data Coordination and Management (20%)
  1. Develop and coordinate spatial databases for the Trust and its trading subsidiary;
  2. Be responsible for holding and maintaining datasets for the Trust, its partnerships and trading arm, including data assurance and quality control;
  3. Be responsible for the management of all data and software licences.
 

Spatial Analysis and Data Presentation to Support Environmental Decisions (50%)
  1. Work closely with colleagues to identify opportunities for spatial data analyses bringing innovative approaches which will enhance the understanding of environmental issues and their solutions;
  2. Collect, source, process and analyse data from a variety of sources (e.g. topographic, Lidar, open source, government, citizen science) to support evidence-based decision making and inform catchment management priorities, e.g. targeting measures to improve water quality, water resources, habitat restoration and natural flood management;
  3. Support staff and the Trust’s Catchment Partnerships in spatial data analysis and presentation;
  4. Support staff in stakeholder and partner workshops to collect, collate, present, analyse and refine environmental information to facilitate decision making;
  5. Support the Trust to take a Natural Capital approach, supporting the creation of decision-making tools and evidence, such as risk and opportunity maps for water resources, biodiversity and other ecosystem functions;
  6. Be responsible for effective presentation and communication of spatial data and facilitate its interpretation, including high quality visual outputs to support stakeholder engagement and decision making.

Project and GIS Function Development (30%)
  1. Lead on the development of GIS and data led opportunities for the Trust, and its trading arm, to work with others and develop project opportunities that deliver benefits to the environment;
  2. Contribute to the development of projects and funding applications;
  3. Support colleagues in the development of their own GIS and data management capabilities;
  4. Attend relevant training, workshops, meetings and conferences on behalf of the Trust to share knowledge and best practice in GIS and data management.