Based in Stirling, UK. Salary Range for the role – £20,000 to £32,000 depending on experience.[line]
thinkWhere is one of the UK’s leading Geographic Information Services (GIS) companies, with a strong reputation for innovation, technical excellence and high quality customer service.
We have an immediate requirement for a GIS Consultant to provide consultancy, technical support, guidance and advice on GIS products and solutions for our growing customer base across the UK.
The GIS consultant will have a key role in providing technical customer support, data management, the delivery of GIS training and working as part of a team to deliver a wide variety of GIS project work. You will also assist with pre and post sales technical consultancy and input to the design, development, testing and training of new products and services.
We focus on the use of Open Source GIS, so you will ideally have experience with QGIS and PostGIS. Experience with Python scripting/development and other Open Source technologies would be an advantage. We work in an Agile environment so experience with Agile Scrum would be desirable.
You will demonstrate a good working knowledge of digital mapping, geographic information and related standards. Experience with address gazetteers would also be an advantage.
We are at a very exciting stage of company development with new, leading edge cloud platform and innovative GIS solutions going to market. Why not join us and be part of that journey?
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Please apply by sending your CV (max of 2 pages) to email@example.com. Please add a covering letter of no more than 1 page stating why you believe you are suitable for the job and a note of your current salary.
Closing date is 5pm on 30th March 2018 and interviews are scheduled for week commencing 9th April 2018.
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thinkWhere provides an online platform for storing, sharing and using maps and geographic data. Utilising Open Source Geographic Information System (GIS) technologies, thinkWhere has developed cloud-based software applications and tools, backed by a wide range of Open GIS implementation, consultancy and training services.
Originally Forth Valley GIS, the company started in 1993 providing GIS services to Central Regional Council before, following local government reorganisation, developing a shared GIS service for three unitary authorities. In 2007 the company began operating as an arms-length commercial operation and rebranded as thinkWhere in 2007.
Based in the historic city of Stirling, Scotland, with customers across the UK and worldwide, thinkWhere pioneered the development of web-based platforms for collaborative GIS products and services. The company has a 10 year proven track record of delivering solutions at local, regional and national levels in the UK public and commercial sectors. For further information visit www.thinkwhere.com