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Job Vacancies > MF Publishing - GIS Technicians

MF Publishing

Organisation currently seeking a number of GIS technicians to work on a short-term contract with strong Remote Sensing and GIS skills. You will be required to scan through and clean data, undertake digitalisation using high resolution satellite imagery, work in a fast paced environment under the supervision of a lead GIS Specialist.

Essential Requirements/Experience:
  • Educated to a minimum of BSc in GIS or equivalent
  • Appropriate work experience
  • Knowledge of ESRI ArcGIS and experience in digitalisation process
  • Experience in GIS map production and experience in related software packages such as Quantum GIS and ERDAS Imagine
Advantageous Experience:
  • Exposure to other non-ESRI based GIS
  • Experience with working and controlling a large number of evolving datasets
  • Experienced in Digitalisation of urban areas and informal housing settlements
This role is ideally suited to a graduate with 1-2 years experience and preference will be given to those with personal computers and software.

To apply for this position, candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK
  • Start: First week of April
  • Duration: 10-14 working days
  • Rate: 10-15 per hour (dependent on experience)
  • Location: London, England
  • Type: Contract

Please send CV and supporting letter by email to

Posted: 25 March 2012
Closing Date: 31 March 2012

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