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Job Posting: GIS Analyst - Position Filled

February 5, 2024

Job Title: GIS (Geographic Information System) Analyst
Service Area: GIS, Mapping & Information Management
Status: Permanent Full-time
Start Date: As soon as possible
Location: North Vancouver (Hybrid)
Closing Date: Open until filled

This position may be partially funded by EcoCanada which requires the following, please specify if you qualify:
Candidate is under 30 years old; unemployed, under employed, or a student/recent graduate; and you are already a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or have refugee status

Established by the Tsleil-Waututh Nation, Inlailawatash is an innovative and growing company that provides a range of natural and cultural resource services to diverse clients. The company has five service areas: Tree & Vegetation Management; Ecosystem Restoration; Archaeology; GIS, Mapping & Information Management; and Renewable Resources. By placing the respect of Aboriginal and environmental values as overarching priorities for our business, Inlailawatash is truly unique. Visit for more details.

The service area requires the addition of a passionate and committed individual who is able to assist us with providing mapping and analysis services. The GIS Analyst will join a dynamic team of professionals and primarily support the production of geospatial deliverables associated with archaeological projects, anthropological, and use and occupancy studies.

• Create high-quality cartographic maps and templates.
• Design, develop, document and implement GIS projects.
• Verify and check data to ensure continuity, integrity and compliance with standards.
• Develop models and code to automate processes and analysis.
• Create, maintain and analyze spatial and attribute databases.
• Research, assemble and summarize data including scanning, georeferencing and digitizing features from paper and mylar maps.
• Construct visual material for meetings, proposals, reports, conferences and presentations.
• Manage projects as directed.
• Assist with other projects and duties as required.

• One or more years of related work experience.
• Completion of a post-secondary program in Geography, Natural Resource Management, Information Management Systems or a related field or concentration.
• Technical certificate in Geographic Information Systems is an asset.
• Previous experience working for or with an Aboriginal community or organization is an asset.

Technical Skills:
• Knowledge and understanding of GIS principles and mapping systems.
• Familiarity working with spatial information in different formats, include Geodatabases, Shapefiles, KMLs, GPX, LiDAR, etc.
• Knowledge of coding languages Python & R is an asset.
• Familiarity with and commitment to practice effective data management procedures and standards.
• Current knowledge and understanding of latest GIS trends, applications and data technology.
• Knowledge and experience with provincial and federal administrative, natural resource and infrastructure spatial datasets.
• Understanding of GIS applications in archaeology and natural resources is an asset.

Cartographic and Presentation Skills:
• Demonstrated knowledge of map design principles.
• Experience with the presentation of map products (reports, atlases, public outreach).
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills.

Personal Skills:
• Ability to interact and work with others and communicate effectively.
• Good organizational skills and attention to detail.
• Ability to work independently and adapt to changing priorities on tight timelines.
• Understanding and respect of First Nations history and perspectives.

Apply by emailing your cover letter and resume to Please use subject line: GIS Analyst: Last Name, First Name (e.g. GIS Analyst: Doe, John). Applicants of Aboriginal ancestry are strongly encouraged to apply.
We thank you for your interest in advance. Short-listed candidates will be contacted; others will be kept in our database for future consideration.

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