Type of Job
: $ 61,000- $ 64,000 annually, dependent on qualifications and experience.
Sep 11, 2023
About the job
As a member of the Conservation Science and Planning Team within TNC’s Colorado Business Unit, the Conservation Geographer will report to the Senior Conservation Analyst. The Conservation Geographer has a lead role in providing technical and scientific support for conservation projects, plans, strategies, and initiatives through static and dynamic geospatial data visualization. They develop and manage traditional maps ranging in size from brochures to posters, digital mapping platforms, and outreach-focused products such as ArcGIS StoryMaps while also supporting mobile mapping and data collection (e.g., ArcGIS Field Maps, Survey 123). In doing this work, they implement TNC’s emerging cartography guidelines and may have the opportunity to shape future guidelines for both traditional cartography and web maps. As directed by the Senior Conservation Analyst, the Conservation Geographer also assists with geospatial analyses, data management, and related tasks. In addition, they provide training and technical support to staff and collaborators, evaluate and integrate new data visualization methodologies, and may supervise temporary staff based on business needs.