GIS & Planning Analyst

Date Posted: 09/29/2017
Location: Portland, OR
Employer: Portland State University
Start Date:
Compensation Range: Between $18.18 and $21.90 per hour, dependent upon qualifications and experience.
Employer Address:
Portland, Oregon 97201
Work Description

Portland State University is Oregon’s largest and most diverse university. The campus is located in downtown Portland.

The PSU Campus Planning Office is within the division of Finance and Administration. Campus planning activities include facilities and space planning, transportation planning, campus design, and space programming and management.

The Campus Planning Office works closely with other departments, including the Campus Sustainability Office, Capital Projects & Construction, and Facilities & Property Management.

The GIS & Planning Analyst position provides support to the PSU Campus Planning Office in the areas of campus planning, urban design, and mapping. This position is responsible for the management of the campus web maps and web apps, campus base maps, GIS database, GIS analysis, map, and report creation.

This position supports campus planning efforts though the staffing of committees and by contributing towards planning projects managed by colleagues.


-Bachelor’s degree in Urban Planning, Urban Design, Landscape Architecture, GIS, Geography, or a related field.
-At least one year of experience using ESRI ArcGIS, including spatial data management, maintenance, and accurate and artful map preparation.
-Solid experience working with and knowledge of CAD data in ArcGIS.
-Familiarity and experience with programming languages such as Python, JavaScript, SQL, ArcGIS Online.
-Experience and knowledge of managing ArcGIS Server and publishing map contents and services.
-Proficiency with Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop and InDesign.
-Proficiency with Microsoft Office suite.
-Excellent written, oral, and interpersonal communication skills.
-Successful completion of a background check.

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