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Bristol, South West 109 The Print Rooms London SE1 0LH Mattinson Partnership GIS Consultant
Reference #: 20119_1596531099
Location: Bristol, South West
Salary: £23000 - £35000 per annum
Benefits: generous benefits
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Type: Permanent
Posted On: 04/08/2020

GIS Consultant - Bristol, Manchester, Scotland

We a have a great opportunity for a GIS consultant looking for the next stage in their career development. Out client is a highly respected mid sized environmental and planning consultancy with offices in Bristol, Manchester and Scotland. Due to a number of recent project wins, they are looking to expand the GIS team and are open to considering freelance or permanent prospects.

This varied role will have you working on an interesting and broad range of environmental projects and will include map production, reporting and data analysis. As an integral part of this innovative team you will support ecologist, LVIA and green space projects.

To be considered for the post you should be able to demonstrate solid experience with ESRA products, notably ArcGIS and ArcPro together with practical data analysis skills using GIS and EXCEL.

About you;

This role would suit a proactive individual who can work effectively as part of a team. Able to work to tight deadlines with experience of applying GIS analysis in an environmental context. As a consultant grade, we would be looking for a minimum of 2 year's experience, and with flexible or part time working options, is open to a broad range of potential candidates.

Desirable;

ArcGIS extensions, including Spatial Analyst

Knowledge CAD software.

Knowledge of graphics packages

Python scripting and Tableau experience.

Experience of developing open source web solutions.

Opportunity;

My client offers generous benefits, a supportive environment and excellent career prospects. If you are looking for freelance work, you will still be an integral part of the team working on some really interesting projects.

 
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