GIS Analyst and Senior GIS Analyst

Data Analytics

  • Full Time
  • Perth, Western Australia

  • Published : 2023-01-18
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  • Salary 84 USD

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GIS Analyst and Senior GIS Analyst PSCSSA, Level 4 $84,582 - $88,927 & Level 5 $93,177 - $102,124 Position No:
Pool Ref 160/2022

Work Type:
Permanent - Full Time

Location:
Perth

Closing Date:


Join one of WA’s most innovative and forward-thinking agencies and be part of something rewarding and exciting.

The Department is an equal opportunity employer and encourages Aboriginal people, young people, people with disabilities, and people from culturally diverse backgrounds to apply for positions within our agency.

The Opportunity:

Do you have passion for analysing geospatial data in a strategic context? If so, then we want to hear from you!

We are seeking a  Senior GIS Analyst (Level 5)  and a  GIS Analyst (Level 4) , these are permanent full-time positions, (however consideration may be given to applicants seeking part-time opportunities). This process may be used to fill future similar permanent or fixed-term positions that may arise across the WA public sector in the next 12 months from the initial date of appointment. 

The Data Analytics Branch are seeking enthusiastic and talented Geospatial professionals to join the team. These roles use forward focus to anticipate change and embrace new technologies and contributing to decision making processes to ensure the Department’s work is supported by systems and processes that enhance the way we work, deliver results for Western Australia, and exceed expectations of our stakeholders.

This role is responsible for undertaking complex geospatial data processing, analysis, manipulation, modelling supporting planning, lands and heritage programs and provides technical expertise for the Department, including the Western Australian Planning Commission.

To be successful for the Senior GIS Analyst (Level 5) position, you need to demonstrate:  

  • Demonstrated experience in the Geographic Information System (GIS) using ESRI software in Strategic GIS Analysis team environment.
  • Demonstrated conceptual, analytical and problem-solving experience performing complex, multi-criteria GIS Analysis within a complex business environment including troubleshooting and resolution of systems problems.
  • Experience and Knowledge of current and emerging trends in a GIS and ESRI environment.
  • High Level written and communication skills, with the ability to produce procedural documentation
  • To be successful for the GIS Analyst position (Level 4) position you need to demonstrate:  

  • Demonstrated experience in Geographic Information Systems (GIS) in a Strategic GIS Analysis team environment.
  • Demonstrated experience performing complex, multi-criteria GIS Analysis tasks within an ESRI GIS environment.
  • High level written and communication skills, with the ability to produce procedural documentation.
  • All capabilities outlined in the for  Level 4 & 5  are applicable to these roles. ;shapes and manages strategy; achieves results; builds productive relationships; exemplifies personal integrity and self-awareness; communicates and influences effectively.

    About us

    The Department of Planning, Lands and Heritage (DPLH) is responsible for planning and managing land and heritage for all West Australians – now and into the future.

    We lead and advise on key projects across the state. Our key focus areas are:

  • Aboriginal heritage and lands management
  • Crown land administration
  • Historic heritage conservation services
  • Integrated land and infrastructure policy development
  • Land use planning and policy development.
  • What do our employees think about our Department?

    We are passionate. Our strength is in our diversity and our shared vision for a better Western Australia – today and tomorrow.

    We embrace the challenging but rewarding nature of our work in a flexible, forward-thinking workplace.

    Our Activity Based Work (ABW) environment reflects the diverse types of work we do and creates opportunities for us to choose how we work together. We are evolving, reducing our footprint, and strengthening our identity so that together we can continue developing innovative and efficient solutions for Western Australia’s future. To view how we operate in an Activity Based Work environment, please click .

    To find out more about the Department and what we have to offer, please visit the Careers at the Department page on the .

    The Department's values are an integral part of how we do business, and we expect all successful candidates to demonstrate that you are the right cultural fit with a positive and can-do attitude, therefore alignment with our values should be incorporated into your application.

    Our Values:  Integrity – Respect – Collaboration – Professionalism – Innovation 

    Public Sector Code of Ethics:  Personal Integrity – Relationships with others - Accountability 

    Further Information:  

    How to apply:  

    Apply now by submitting the following; 

  • A comprehensive CV that clearly shows your skills, experiences, and key achievements, including the details of two referees.
  • During the online application submission process, you will berequired to  address the questions below,  with a word limit of 500 words per question:
  • Explain your experience in Geographic Information Systems (GIS) in a team environment.
  • Provide an example of a time that you performed complex, multi-criteria GIS analysis tasks and explained the results to a non-subject matter expert.
  • Provide an example of a time you had to use your problem-solving skills to resolve an issue with an analysis task.
  • If applying for both positions, please address your application to the Senior GIS Analyst requirements.

    Special Requirements for this position:

    The Department will conduct National Police Clearances for applicants successful to this recruitment process. The Department will conduct National Police Clearance and Pre-Employment Conflict of Interest declaration for applicants successful to this recruitment process. 

    To be eligible for a permanent appointment to the Western Australian public sector it is essential that you are an Australian citizen or have permanent residency status in Australia. To be eligible for a fixed term appointment you must have documentary evidence of your entitlement to live and work in Australia for the period of the contract.

    There is no job description form attached to this advert. Job description forms will be provided to shortlisted candidates prior to further assessment taking place.

    Please ensure you have saved your documents in MS Word (.docx files only) or PDF format and have allowed plenty of time to submit your application, as  late, emailed and proforma applications will not be accepted.  

    Closing Date – 23 January 2023 at 4pm 

    Position Title GIS Analyst and Senior GIS Analyst Agency Department of Planning, Lands and Heritage Salary Location Perth Unit/Division Strategy and Engagement Branch Data Analytics Work Type Permanent - Full Time Position No. Pool Ref 160/2022 Closing Date Position Title GIS Analyst and Senior GIS Analyst Branch Data Analytics Location Perth Work Type Permanent - Full Time Closing Date Salary Agency Department of Planning, Lands and Heritage Company Information Description

    Join one of WA’s most innovative and forward-thinking agencies and be part of something rewarding and exciting.

    The Department is an equal opportunity employer and encourages Aboriginal people, young people, people with disabilities, and people from culturally diverse backgrounds to apply for positions within our agency.

    The Opportunity:

    Do you have passion for analysing geospatial data in a strategic context? If so, then we want to hear from you!

    We are seeking a  Senior GIS Analyst (Level 5)  and a  GIS Analyst (Level 4) , these are permanent full-time positions, (however consideration may be given to applicants seeking part-time opportunities). This process may be used to fill future similar permanent or fixed-term positions that may arise across the WA public sector in the next 12 months from the initial date of appointment. 

    The Data Analytics Branch are seeking enthusiastic and talented Geospatial professionals to join the team. These roles use forward focus to anticipate change and embrace new technologies and contributing to decision making processes to ensure the Department’s work is supported by systems and processes that enhance the way we work, deliver results for Western Australia, and exceed expectations of our stakeholders.

    This role is responsible for undertaking complex geospatial data processing, analysis, manipulation, modelling supporting planning, lands and heritage programs and provides technical expertise for the Department, including the Western Australian Planning Commission.

    To be successful for the Senior GIS Analyst (Level 5) position, you need to demonstrate:  

  • Demonstrated experience in the Geographic Information System (GIS) using ESRI software in Strategic GIS Analysis team environment.
  • Demonstrated conceptual, analytical and problem-solving experience performing complex, multi-criteria GIS Analysis within a complex business environment including troubleshooting and resolution of systems problems.
  • Experience and Knowledge of current and emerging trends in a GIS and ESRI environment.
  • High Level written and communication skills, with the ability to produce procedural documentation
  • To be successful for the GIS Analyst position (Level 4) position you need to demonstrate:  

  • Demonstrated experience in Geographic Information Systems (GIS) in a Strategic GIS Analysis team environment.
  • Demonstrated experience performing complex, multi-criteria GIS Analysis tasks within an ESRI GIS environment.
  • High level written and communication skills, with the ability to produce procedural documentation.
  • All capabilities outlined in the for  Level 4 & 5  are applicable to these roles. ;shapes and manages strategy; achieves results; builds productive relationships; exemplifies personal integrity and self-awareness; communicates and influences effectively.

    About us

    The Department of Planning, Lands and Heritage (DPLH) is responsible for planning and managing land and heritage for all West Australians – now and into the future.

    We lead and advise on key projects across the state. Our key focus areas are:

  • Aboriginal heritage and lands management
  • Crown land administration
  • Historic heritage conservation services
  • Integrated land and infrastructure policy development
  • Land use planning and policy development.
  • What do our employees think about our Department?

    We are passionate. Our strength is in our diversity and our shared vision for a better Western Australia – today and tomorrow.

    We embrace the challenging but rewarding nature of our work in a flexible, forward-thinking workplace.

    Our Activity Based Work (ABW) environment reflects the diverse types of work we do and creates opportunities for us to choose how we work together. We are evolving, reducing our footprint, and strengthening our identity so that together we can continue developing innovative and efficient solutions for Western Australia’s future. To view how we operate in an Activity Based Work environment, please click .

    To find out more about the Department and what we have to offer, please visit the Careers at the Department page on the .

    The Department's values are an integral part of how we do business, and we expect all successful candidates to demonstrate that you are the right cultural fit with a positive and can-do attitude, therefore alignment with our values should be incorporated into your application.

    Our Values:  Integrity – Respect – Collaboration – Professionalism – Innovation 

    Public Sector Code of Ethics:  Personal Integrity – Relationships with others - Accountability 

    Further Information:  

    How to apply:  

    Apply now by submitting the following; 

  • A comprehensive CV that clearly shows your skills, experiences, and key achievements, including the details of two referees.
  • During the online application submission process, you will berequired to  address the questions below,  with a word limit of 500 words per question:
  • Explain your experience in Geographic Information Systems (GIS) in a team environment.
  • Provide an example of a time that you performed complex, multi-criteria GIS analysis tasks and explained the results to a non-subject matter expert.
  • Provide an example of a time you had to use your problem-solving skills to resolve an issue with an analysis task.
  • If applying for both positions, please address your application to the Senior GIS Analyst requirements.

    Special Requirements for this position:

    The Department will conduct National Police Clearances for applicants successful to this recruitment process. The Department will conduct National Police Clearance and Pre-Employment Conflict of Interest declaration for applicants successful to this recruitment process. 

    To be eligible for a permanent appointment to the Western Australian public sector it is essential that you are an Australian citizen or have permanent residency status in Australia. To be eligible for a fixed term appointment you must have documentary evidence of your entitlement to live and work in Australia for the period of the contract.

    There is no job description form attached to this advert. Job description forms will be provided to shortlisted candidates prior to further assessment taking place.

    Please ensure you have saved your documents in MS Word (.docx files only) or PDF format and have allowed plenty of time to submit your application, as  late, emailed and proforma applications will not be accepted.  

    Closing Date – 23 January 2023 at 4pm 

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