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London 109 The Print Rooms London SE1 0LH Mattinson Partnership GIS Analyst
Reference #: 20205_1605033336
Location: London
Salary: £28000 - £36000 per annum
Benefits: generous benefits
Type: Permanent
Posted On: 10/11/2020

This is a really exciting opportunity for an experienced GIS analyst to play a key role in a more sustainable future. You will be joining one of the market leaders in renewable technology, with a specific interest in solar technologies in the UK and Globally.

Based in London, but with remote working options, you will be part of a dedicated team of highly motivated specialists helping to shape the renewable landscape within EMEA and APAC regions
Working closely with planning and development team, you will be tasked with helping to identify locations for the development of solar projects as part of a global GIS team.


The role would suit an individual with previous GIS experience; data management, spatial data and GIS datasets with a minimum of 1 year's practical experience with ArcGIS. Experience of file formats such as CAD, KMZ, shapefiles etc.

You are likely to have a keen interest in renewable technology and excellent communication skills. Working with a range of stakeholders and on a variety of projects, you will also possess strong analytical and project management skills.


My client offers fantastic career prospects and personal development, with a generous salary and benefits package to attract talented and ambitious individuals.

For further information, please apply with your cv and we can schedule a call to discuss further.

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