• GIS Analyst

    Job Locations US-MI-Ludington | US-PA-Canonsburg | US-OK-Oklahoma City
    Job ID
    2018-1202
    Category
    GIS
    Type
    Regular Full-Time
  • Overview

    GIS Analysts collect, manage, interpret, and utilize GIS data from a variety of sources for an assortment of applications in the energy industry.

    Responsibilities

    • Spatially locate, map, and attribute parcels, leases, drilling units, easements, surface agreements, pipeline routes, etc. in various states across the country using legal descriptions, metes & bounds, etc. 
    • Interpret oil and gas courthouse documentation (leases, deeds, assignments, unit declarations, releases, amendments, extensions, ownership reports, right of way agreements).
    • Utilize data to create accurate, inclusive reports and high quality maps tailored to project and client driven needs
    • Convert data between various file types
    • Georeference tax maps, warrant maps, historic farm maps, as-built surveys, and other materials to digitize subject matter
    • Research and navigate various county, state, federal, and third party resources / websites to support daily tasks
    • Develop basic web maps using Geocortex and Esri based software
    • Provide mapping support to clients, project managers, title examiners, land agents, lease analysts, and others on a daily basis. Must be able to prioritize & multi-task incoming requests, as well as maintain ongoing professional communication with project stakeholders.

    Qualifications

    • 2 years’ experience and/or coursework in mapping and GIS software, preferably ArcGIS
    • Familiarity with basic cartographic principles
    • Familiarity with Geodatabase design, structure, and management
    • Oil & Gas experience preferred.
    • Familiarity with Microsoft Office applications, including Word, Excel and Outlook is desired, in addition to possessing strong computer skills
    • Ability to solve problems, and have a keen attention to detail.

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