GIS Programmer/Analyst in Boise, ID
The world of maps and data excites you; it has for as long as you can remember. Now, you’re ready to focus your career on GIS and learn about the technology that makes modern, spatially-enabled applications work. If you’re ready to start a career into the technical side of GIS, Resource Data should be your next move. Consider what a career here might look like.
- You’re working directly with clients, users, and decision makers demonstrating to them how GIS can be leveraged in the business
- You take on projects with clients where demands are high. You’ve exceeded their expectations and unlocked potential
- You have smart, excited, and engaged co-workers that are eager to learn and challenge you at the same time
- The organization provides support and guidance but gives you responsibility and authority. You thrive and are proud of your work, your company, and your career
This can be your reality. At Resource Data, we’re building a company based on great people – the best – and we’re taking on challenging projects requiring cutting-edge technologies and expert development. Interested? If so, send us your resume and a quick summary of two significant accomplishments. These accomplishments do not necessarily need to be GIS-related as we are less interested in what you have (e.g., education and certificates) and more interested in what you've done. They should each be a paragraph or two and the more descriptive (fewer bullets) the better.
Starting in Alaska over 30 years ago, Resource Data has grown to 190 professionals in 5 offices across the country. We’re ready and eager to demonstrate high value results to local clients through our commitment to people, technology, and results.
Resource Data, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Unfortunately, we are not able to provide any visa sponsorship or transfers for this position.