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Current Positions

Division of Emergency Management GIS Intern

The Utah Division of Emergency Management is looking for an intern to support the Division’s GIS staff. View the announcement.

GIS Analyst Intern at Geomni

The GIS team at Geomni is seeking an intern. View the announcement.


Post-bachelor fellowship at the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME) at the University of Washington

Deadline to apply: 10 January 2018

"The Post-Bachelor Fellowship (PBF) is a structured health research program where individuals can apply their knowledge and passion to help advance the field of health metrics and accelerate global health progress. This fellowship provides a unique opportunity for recent college graduates with strong quantitative skills to train with faculty and senior researchers on a variety of public health projects."


Red Butte Garden - Horticulture
Do you prefer working outdoors, while learning more about plants and nature? Want to be part of a great team at Utah’s Botanical Garden?
The Horticulture Department at Red Butte Garden is looking for seasonal Gardeners for our 2018 season.  We are looking for people who have a passion for gardening and working outdoors and want to learn more about plants and nature.

Positions are 16-29 hrs/week and start approximately March 1st and run through mid-November.  Exact work schedule and duties depend on assigned team:
Outdoor Garden:  weeding, mulching, planting, deadheading, pruning, watering, fertilization, pest control, trash removal, sweeping, event support, etc.
Entrance & Natural Areas:  same as above and including trail maintenance and invasive weed removal, etc.
Irrigation/Lawns/Equipment:  lawn mowing, weed-eating, trash removal, irrigation system repairs, sweeping, event support, etc.

Required:  A valid vehicle operator’s license; demonstrated human relations and effective communications skills; a commitment to provide excellent customer service, and work cooperatively with others; must commit to working 16-29 hrs/wk beginning early March; and be at least 18 years of age (UofU requirement for operating equipment).  Able to work outdoors in a variety of weather conditions and temperature extremes, and understand the physical commitment required for gardening. 
Nine months professional work experience preferred, but not required.  


For more information and to apply see
Job #PRN07594N
All applicants MUST apply on-line, please no phone calls or emails!


Research Analyst with The Dallas County Community College District 

The DCCCD’s Labor Market Intelligence Center is looking for a research analyst with a strong background in GIS. The job posting is below but there a few important notes to make. While the job description does call for at least 5 years of experience, we welcome strong candidates with less experience and would appreciate if you could forward this opportunity to your recent graduates. Recommendations are also more than welcome. Lastly, the position will be grant funded but in case the grant becomes unavailable in the future, the salary will be covered internally. 

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Ogden City is looking for a GIS Analyst  

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International Student & Scholar Services is hiring 3 part-time Peer Advisors.  

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Solution Scholar Internship with the Kem C. Gardner Policy Institute

The Kem C. Gardner Policy Institute is hiring a GIS intern to assist with data quality efforts for the demographics team for Spring 2018. The candidate will assist in producing small area housing and population estimates for Utah’s Wasatch Front. The project requires review of geocoding accuracy and data quality for large building permit datasets. The intern will research various sources to verify and edit data, including edits to individual permits. The intern must be able to work independently and demonstrate attention to detail. The intern will collaborate with other demographic team members. The intern may also work with databases and statistical software programs used in this applied research.

The position requires a 10-hour per week commitment during the Spring 2018 semester. Compensation will be $1,000 upon satisfactory completion of the internship. The intern must be enrolled full-time and have an excellent academic record. Both undergraduate and graduate students may apply.

A qualified candidate will have experience viewing and editing geographic data using ArcMap software. We recommend that the candidate have completed two GIS courses. Preference may be given to candidates who have completed a GIS certificate or GIS associate’s degree. Geography, urban planning, and information systems are relevant programs. Proficiency in Microsoft Excel, experience in ArcMap software, and the ability to maintain organized files, synthesize data from multiple sources, and attend to detail are required characteristics for candidates. Familiarity with road networks and landmarks in one or more of the four Wasatch Front counties is a desired characteristic. Familiarity with Stata or other statistical software is also helpful.

To apply, please provide a resume, brief cover letter, and student transcript to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. by 5pm on Wednesday, December 6, 2017.

UPPCO - Upper Peninsula Power Company

Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Specialist

Project Manager


Byers Engineering

More Information and Application here:

GIS Technician - 

Job functions include:
-Researching and collecting public spatial data
-Quality review spatial data from contractors
-Digitizing “maps” or utility plans and converting into spatial files
-Editing and maintaining data files in the spatial database
-Coordinate with engineering department and provide support and troubleshooting for issues with data integrity, conversion, projection etc
Required skills:
-GIS Certification/CV demonstrating experience with a GIS OR equivalent work experience
-Experience running ESRI software
-Experience working and maintaining large data sets
-Strong computer skills
Desired Skills:
-Proficient in one or more programming language, preferably Python or Javascript
-Experience working with remote sensing data
-Experience using OS Software
-Experience in developing web applications (through OS Software or ESRI)

GIS Analyst - 

Job functions include:
-Researching and collecting public spatial data
-Quality review spatial data from contractors
-Digitizing “maps” or utility plans and converting into spatial files
-Editing and maintaining data files in the spatial database
-Generating feature services and web applications for cross department use
-Coordinate with engineering department and provide support and troubleshooting for issues with data integrity, conversion, projection etc

Required skills:
-Degree in GIS or 2-3 years’ work experience
-Experience with ESRI Software (especially ArcGIS Online and ArcServer)
-Working knowledge of Javascript, Python, and HTML5
-Experience working with and maintaining large data sets
-Strong computer skills