Under-Grad College Intern - GIS (PRCAD Ops.)

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Employer
City of Garland, TX
Location
Garland, Texas, US
Salary
Competitive
Posted
Jun 04, 2021
Closes
Jun 18, 2021
Ref
2196114520
Sector
Government
Discipline
GIS
Employment Type
Internship
Salary Type
Salary
Works under the supervision of the Parks Manager, in coordination with the Asset Coordinator to collect GPS data and condition rating of public trees in Parks and City property for the Parks, Recreation and Cultural Arts Department. This data will be used to determine management of Garland's Urban Forest and to quantify the eco-system service benefits.

Target Hiring Range: $13.00/hr - $17.50/hr

  • Assist Asset Coordinator in the collection of data points in the field; specifically trees in Park and Medians.
  • Collect field data on tree attributes such as; species, DBH, condition, maintenance requirements, etc.
  • Utilizes ESRI programs such as Collector, QuickCapture, and ArcMap.
  • Uses electronic devices such as iPad, R2 Trimble unit, and computers.
  • Performs related work as required.

  •  Pursuing a degree plan in Geographic Information Systems or related field.
     6 months experience preferred.
     Second semester course work.
    Or equivalent combination of education and experience sufficient to successfully perform the essential functions of the job.

    Education/ Experience:
    • Pursuing a degree plan in Urban Forestry, Horticulture, Landscape Architecture, Geographic Information Systems or related field.
    • 6 months experience preferred.
    • Second semester course work

    Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:
    • Knowledge and use of GPS collection applications such as Collector and ArcGIS 10.5. .
    • Ability to identify trees common to North Central Texas, perform basic tree health assessments, and capture accurate and consistent measurement on trees attributes.
    • Ability to work alone in an outdoor setting after minimal training.
    • Ability to follow oral and written instructions to complete objectives.
    • Ability to set up and operate GPS communication devices and problem solve.
    • Proficient in ESRI applications. (Collector, QuickCapture, ArcMap)
    • Applications with education/experience specifically related to urban forestry and experience collecting data related to municipal tree inventories preferred.

     Texas Class C Driver License.
    The incumbent will typically work alone in an outdoor setting. Requires hearing and speaking to effectively communicate by telephone and in person and visual acuity to read documents and for use of personal computer; on occasion may be requested to lift up to 25 pounds.