Cornell Campus Planning Office is seeking a GIS Intern/Temporary Worker to begin work immediately. This position is responsible for data collection of outdoor elements on the Cornell campus. Depending upon experience, this position will also be responsible for editing and updating interactive, online GIS-based maps for campus.
Hours: Fall/Winter - Part-time (with the option of a full-time schedule)
During Office Hours -8:00 am to 5:00 pm
An interest in learning about the physical attributes and infrastructure of a university campus, and the desire and ability to complete a walking inventory collection outdoors. Candidate should be able to work with minimal supervision and clearly follow direction and safety protocol. Interest and/or ability in learning to utilize a tablet for data collection and input.
Bachelor's Degree in GIS or related field. GIS classes or experience preferred, specific training will be provided. Preferred candidate has completed college-level coursework in GIS.
This position is largely outdoors and requires walking from to and between campus locations, including sidewalks, trails, and paths. Data collection will include trails within the gorges, weather and conditions permitting. Depending upon experience, some map development and analysis may occur in an office setting.
Please submit a resume and cover letter for immediate consideration. Resumes will be accepted until November 20th, 2019
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