Careers: Discover Your Career Path

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What Our Employees Say

“This is one area where Resource Data excels: providing opportunity for individuals to grow in their careers. The opportunities are out there, and individuals just need to recognize them and go after them, which allows for personal career growth and growth of Resource Data.” —Doug, Branch Manager

“Resource Data has also given me a lot of latitude to explore different career options; I haven’t been limited by my previous experience or education.” —Rachel, Proposal Team Manager

Business Analysis

Use your creativity, analytical ability, and excellent communication skills to make sure we don’t just solve problems, but we solve the right problems.

Often you’ll be the bridge between business users and the technical team and will represent the business throughout the project.

GIS

Join a growing field offering extremely diverse opportunities and exciting potential.

You’ll work on projects that require a broad range of GIS skills and that are fairly technical. Instead of being in the field, you’ll typically be building high-end systems that allow businesses to store and access data in ways that provide new insights and capabilities.

Project Management

Work in an environment where you’ll have the freedom to make the decisions you feel are best for your client and your team.

At Resource Data, you’ll also work work directly with technical teams for an exciting and rewarding career.

Software Development

Take a journey not only to technical competence, but also to professional fulfillment.

You’ll learn how to develop software in a professional manner and to move projects from concept to design and then through development. Along the way, you’ll gain insight into a wide range of industries and help solve important business challenges with technical solutions.

Systems Engineering

Start tackling complex infrastructure problems, whether it’s building new platforms for business applications or bringing aging networks up to date.

You’ll work both in-house at Resource Data and onsite at clients, bringing your skills to bear on a broad range of modern technology. We choose the best tool to meet our customers’ needs, not just what’s comfortable. For you, that means great growth opportunities.

Core Knowledge

With your superior communication skills, you can work with a variety of people, helping them all stay organized. You work with clients to give them insight into their business processes, organization, and systems.

Ready for Growth >

Growth

Having experience with IT projects and people, you know how to document requirements in a way that meets users’ needs with a technical solution. You have gained insight into specific industries.

Ready for Responsibility >

Responsibility

You’ve formed close partnerships with your clients. In some cases, you know their business better than they do. You’re leading analysis efforts, contributing to best practices at Resource Data, and defining business analysis for clients through your performance.

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Meet Business Analysis Team Members

Kathy / Anchorage

Kathy / Anchorage

Business Analyst

Employee since 2002

Kami / Anchorage

Kami / Anchorage

Sr. Business Analyst

Employee since 2005

Core Knowledge

Having mastered the basics of GIS including mapping, Python scripting, and workflow and data management, you’re now starting to learn technologies like C#, ArcObjects, and ArcSDE. You’re working in teams that include senior GIS staff and software developers.

Ready for Growth >

Growth

You’ve mastered spatial data and know about the idiosyncrasies of Esri releases. You have some industry-specific experience, and you’re comfortable speaking with business users to show them how GIS can help solve their problems. You’re providing leadership and support to software developers while continuing to learn more about programming and databases.

Ready for Responsibility >

Responsibility

You are a go-to person for multiple clients. You’re given some of the toughest technical problems and also mentor and lead other GIS staff members. You know how to balance client desires with available staff and budgets to ensure complete client satisfaction.

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Meet GIS Team Members

Chad / Portland

Chad / Portland

Sr. GIS Programmer/Analyst

Employee since 2013

Laurel / Anchorage

Laurel / Anchorage

GIS Programmer/Analyst

Employee since 2013

Core Knowledge

You have excellent communication skills, which your clients and team value. You contribute to proposals, plan projects, and manage your team to mitigate risks and deliver value to clients. You put your technical background to use collaborating on system requirements, design, and deployment.

Ready for Growth >

Growth

You have several successful projects under your belt, and your projects are of increasing complexity, both technically and organizationally. You’re leading one or more small teams and continue to contribute in various ways within Resource Data.

Ready for Responsibility >

Responsibility

Your teams are becoming larger and might include other Project Managers. You have account management responsibility for many of your clients and interact with their executive leadership.

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Meet Project Management Team Members

Ed / Juneau

Ed / Juneau

Sr. Project Manager/Sr. Analyst

Employee since 2007

Diane / Anchorage

Diane / Anchorage

Sr. Project Manager/Sr. Analyst

Employee since 1998

Wilfred / Portland

Wilfred / Portland

Project Manager/Sr. Analyst

Employee since 2015

Core Knowledge

You know all about algorithms and data structures, and you have a few languages under your belt. You’ve started identifying the technical areas on which you’ll focus, and you’re ready to apply technical solutions to real-world problems.

Ready for Growth >

Growth

You’ve become a technical expert at the core technologies, and you’re constantly learning about industry trends. With the experience you’ve gained, you’re able to create innovative solutions and present them to clients, taking your concepts from proposal, to project, to development.

Ready for Responsibility >

Responsibility

You’ve established yourself as a leader, and you have a hand in shaping standards and methodologies at Resource Data. You provide guidance and advice to management about industry trends and selection of technologies. You oversee several projects, guiding the design and development efforts.

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Meet Software Development Team Members

Naomi / Juneau

Naomi / Juneau

Programmer/Analyst

Employee since 2013

Ray / Boise

Ray / Boise

Sr. Programmer/Analyst

Employee since 2015

Zachary / Boise

Zachary / Boise

Technical Lead

Employee since 2014

Core Knowledge

You have enough experience with computers and networks to handle a diverse set of problems, but you also know when to ask for support. You’re comfortable working directly with clients and providing excellent support. You ensure data integrity, regular software updates, consistent backups, anti-virus protection, and general system security.

Ready for Growth >

Growth

You’re not just staying current with industry trends—you’re also understanding the role technology plays in empowering businesses. You can discern what technology fits your client’s needs. You make technology recommendations that will improve your client’s business.

Ready for Responsibility >

Responsibility

You’ve established partner-like relationships with your clients. Because of their trust in you and your deep understanding of their business, you’re making technical decisions for them and providing strategic guidance.

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Meet Systems Engineering Team Members

Bear / Anchorage

Bear / Anchorage

Lead Systems Architect

Employee since 2011

Tim / Anchorage

Tim / Anchorage

Sr. Systems Engineer

Employee since 2016