Geographic Information System Analyst Sample Resume


Daniel Ray
1234 Post Oak Drive
Normal, AL 64000
Home: 404-555-5555
Cell: 404-555-5556
Email: Daniel Ray@frontfocus.com
  Objective: Seeking employment in a professional organization that will allow me to utilize and further develop my skills in Geographic Information Systems (GIS), urban and regional planning, environmental assessment, digital image processing and graphic design.   Qualification Summary: More than four years of increasingly responsible experience in Geographic Information System analysis, including one year of administrative and supervisory responsibility. Extensive knowledge of principles and practices of supervision, training and personnel management as well as of federal, state and local laws, codes and regulations. Experience in operational characteristics, services, development and production of a data processing. Wide activity in organizational and management practices as applied to the analysis and evaluation of programs, policies and operational needs. Extremely aware of modern and complex principles and practices of program development and administration.   Education: Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science
Majoring in Urban Planning,
Alabama A&M University, Normal, AL
August, 1999   Work Experience: Geographic Information System Manager,
Infotech Enterprises Ltd, Normal, AL
June 2003? present

Brought together and managed multidisciplinary teams of programmers, systems analysts, cartographers and data managers to work on particular projects, managed a team of 17 on a daily basis, resolved problems and queries as they arose. Oversaw the application of specialist information management computer programs, used the information gained to make informed decisions about the use of resources, liaised with clients to clarify the nature and purpose of the information they required, communicated between clients and the team providing GIS services and outlined the benefits of GIS to clients. Activity in overseeing the development of new GIS software packages as well as in managing project costs and ensuring that project deadlines are met. Recruited and trained new members of staff.   Geographic Information System Analyst,
Kaiser Permanente - KPIT, Normal, AL
May 1999 ? May 2003

Responsibilities included: meeting with users to perform system analysis for the most advanced geographic information requirements and preparing reports and making oral presentations of such findings. Coordinating with systems and programming staff in Management Services responsible for databases, which needed to be linked to spatial data coverage, and with Management Services GIS staff.Remaining current with evolving Federal and State standards for GIS and develops policies and procedures to insure compliance in County applications. Utilized GIS software to perform spatial analysis for more difficult special projects working with a team of users and participated in pilot evaluation, at an advanced level, of new GIS software, new releases of existing software. Created metadata and works with user data providers to generate appropriate metadata and provided education to staff on new changed aspects of new software releases or new software packages for GIS.   Computer skills: ESRI GIS Application Development and Analysis, ArcInfor and ArcView applications, AutoCad, Microsoft Office Suite, Highway Capacity Software, SPSS statistical software, SPC Active Office graphic software, Adobe Creative Suite, Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Works, QuickBooks, Outlook, Windows and Internet. Operate scanning equipment and software, digital photography software and printing applications.   References: Available upon request