Xentity Corporation is looking for a GIS Data Systems Analyst in Denver, CO. According to the post, "We are looking for GIS-specific data analysts, data wranglers, data scientists with excellent leadership, technical, and subject matter expertise qualities. We have projects lining up for clients with complex GIS data repositories with complicated data sources from feeds, sensors, and other systems. Many have data lifecycle challenges including legacy migration, metadata cleanup, data model design needs, and massive geoprocessing requirements including image processing, feature creation, classification, and derivative product generation. We have projects that are creating data and bigdata prototypes whether it be on CartoDB geospatial, D3 Sankeys and various libraries, feeding and harvesting RDF Triplets into catalogs, or integrating into SEO environments."
Qualifications for the position include: "2 years of experience – Higher Compensation for 5 more years in related analytical work products and additional 2 more years in subject matter. Data Transformation – ETL, perl, python, SQL, FTP, Informatica, SAFE/FME, Kettle, GeoKettle. Geospatial Transformation – GEOJson, CartoDB, K-Means, Nearest Neighbor, Anselin Local Moran's, Monte Carlo Simulation, Mantel Index, Standard Deviational Ellipse, GeoServer, ESRI, ESRI/Hadoop, PostGIS. Must have multiple demonstrable accomplishments and results (not just experience) in either ArcGIS, GeoServer, or CityWorks. Could pass ad-hoc technical and whiteboard test given various either application design pattern challenges, root cause analysis, and demonstration of agile project patterns in patterns of large data geoprocessing, ETL, and use case analysis scenarios."
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