National Parks Conservation Association is looking for a Conservation GIS Fellow to serve as an integral member of NPCA’s Conservation Programs team by expanding and building GIS capacity for NPCA’s core conservation priority work addressing issues such as air pollution impacting national parks, energy development on park-adjacent lands, water pollution and policy, and fish and wildlife conservation through map production (printed, on-line, interactive). The GIS Fellow will also support communication materials (website, printed material, events), and management of geospatial data (networking, access to data). Candidates should have both GIS and graphic design/communications experience and be able to make technical maps appealing to NPCA’s members and supporters as well as policymakers and media. This is not a GIS research position, but one geared more toward making maps that are compelling and can tell powerful stories to help NPCA protect America’s greatest treasures. Salary $55k/year.
Please visit our website at www.npca.org for a full job description. To learn about our comprehensive benefits package, click: https://www.npca.org/resources/3143-resources-for-job-applicants.
Qualified applicants please submit your resume and cover letter directly online to www.npca.org under "Careers". No phone calls please. NPCA is an EOE.
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