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GIS Consultant - FME Specialist

Location:
Greater London
Sector:
Aerospace & Defence
Job Type:
Permanent
Salary:
Market related
Reference:
079154

Role

GIS Consultant – FME Specialist              

[Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Consultant – Feature Manipulation Engine (FME) Specialist]

Permanent

 

Location: Westminster, London, UK.

 

Additional Locations:

  • Birmingham, UK.

  • Bristol, UK.

  • Epsom, UK.

  • Glasgow, UK.

    Salary: Competitive.

    Company Profile

    Our client is a leading global consultancy with over 80 years of design and engineering expertise.

    Their Aerospace, Defence, Security & Technology (ADS&T) teams provide independent and objective advice in mission-critical sectors.

    From advisory, conceptual design and acquisition, through transformation, manufacture, certification and in-service support, you'll be working alongside some of the top people in the industry to make a direct difference in helping our country to achieve its security and defence goals.

    Job Description

    As a GIS Consultant in 'Aerospace, Defence, Security and Technology' (ADS&T), you will be part of their Data Intelligence practice.

    You will be devising and implementing GIS solutions across multiple disciplines, through all parts of a project’s life cycle. Working with their clients, you'll be supported by their large Geospatial team to identify, shape and manage GIS capabilities.

    Your purpose:

  • Work as an effective member of a GIS project team on high profile infrastructure projects.

  • Devise and implement FME workbenches to automate GIS analysis routines and data management tasks.

  • Assist with FME best practice guides, QA practices and training.

  • Provide GIS technical support on projects to various disciplines internally from around our client and externally direct with their clients.

  • Identify and develop business opportunities by providing client focused GIS solutions.

  • Project manage internal GIS tasks.

  • Key contact for GIS analysis, modelling, data capture and data management.

  • Communicate the benefits of GIS in a multi-disciplinary environment.

    What you can bring?

  • You are passionate about how GIS solutions can solve real problems.

  • You have a degree qualification in GIS or a related field and extensive experience using GIS software.

  • You have demonstrable experience of creating complex workbenches in FME Desktop to run analysis and automate repeatable tasks (desirable to have FME Server experience).

  • You are innovative and able to provide new solutions to client’s problems to save them time.

  • You have extensive experience using ArcGIS 10.x and its extensions including ArcGIS Online and ArcGIS Pro.

  • You have provided GIS support in project focused environments with internal clients in the past.

  • You have proven experience of delivering high quality outputs to deadlines within pressurised environments.

  • You are able to communicate the benefits of GIS to various stakeholders.

  • You have excellent communication skills in written and spoken English.

    Security:

    This role may require security clearance and offers of employment will be dependent on obtaining the relevant level of clearance. If this is necessary, it will be discussed with you at interview.

    At First Recruitment Group we understand just how important it is to secure the right people. That is why our Recruitment Consultants always take the time to understand requirements in detail and offer sound advice to both clients and candidates. We actively recruit at all levels and this is a superb opportunity for any GIS Consultant looking for new employment.

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