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Cartographer and GIS Analyst - CommEn Space - Seattle

"We are seeking a motivated individual who shares an interest in conservation and public interest issues and has outstanding experience in Geographic Information Systems, cartography and spatial analyses. This position’s main responsibilities involve designing high-quality maps for print and digital presentation, and managing existing projects in the areas of cartography, data development and analysis design. Will work closely with other staff to provide leadership on acquiring, developing and managing spatial data, and maintaining existing partnerships.

Please see attached PDF job description

CommEn Space 1402 3RD Ave. Suite 1015  Seattle WA  98101  (206) 749-0112


GIS Technician, Westland Resource Group

Westland Resource Group ( is an established environmental consulting firm based in Victoria, British Columbia that works throughout western Canada on challenging projects for industrial and public sector clients and First Nations.


Manager, Aboriginal Community Liaison

Are you looking to make a difference with an outstanding not-for-profit organization dedicated to advancing sustainability? The Fraser Basin Council ( is seeking a talented and experienced full-time Manager, Aboriginal Community Liaison to support Aboriginal community outreach and engagement throughout the Fraser Basin.
Working with a highly motivated team in offices throughout the Fraser Basin, you will be interacting with Aboriginal communities and organizations to help deliver the Fraser Basin Council’s mandate and programs. This is an exciting new position that is designed to advance sustainability through enhancing Aboriginal and non-aboriginal relations.  The Aboriginal Community Liaison will work to increase awareness of sustainability and aboriginal issues within diverse constituents by providing communication and operational support to Directors, staff and projects.
Requirements include relevant post-secondary education or equivalent, demonstrated experience working with Aboriginal communities and organizations in the Fraser Basin and excellence in working and communicating with diverse constituents.  Experience with facilitation and process design is an asset.
This is a full time position.
The Council offers a competitive salary and benefits package.
Apply in confidence by August 11, 2006.
For more information or a full Job Description, please contact Diana Dilworth, Manager, Operations, at 

Mail, email or fax your resume to:
1st Floor, 470 Granville Street
Vancouver, BC  V6V 1V5
Fax: 604-488-5351


Laboratory Technician - Geography (Lakehead University)

Faculty of Science and Environmental Studies

(9-month renewable appointment)
You will support the instruction of various laboratory courses, be accountable for the maintenance of and instruction in survey/field equipment and GIS software, and have excellent interpersonal and communication skills. Proficient in a computerized environment, you will manage large amounts of student work. You have a Master’s degree in geography or the equivalent, experience in laboratory instruction, familiarity with field equipment, and an understanding of cartography, map analysis, and aerial photography. Your knowledge of the theoretical and practical use of GIS software is supported by proficiency with Microsoft Excel, PowerPoint, and Access.
Lakehead is located in Thunder Bay, Ontario. See the Lakehead Geography website: and the origianl posting.
Please send your resume with the names and contact information for at least three references, by August 11, 2006, to:
Office of Human Resources
University Centre
Room UC-0003
Fax: (807) 346-7701
We appreciate your interest; however only those interviewed will be notified.