We are seeking a GIS Developer, Center for Drug Policy and Enforcement. Position is open until filled, and application review begins immediately. Salary commensurate with qualifications.
- Great rates for Health, Dental, Vision and Prescription Plans.
- Outstanding retirement plan options.
- More than 50 days each year of paid annual, sick, holiday and personal leave.
- Great rates at our campus parking garages.
- Tuition remission for employee, spouse, and dependents.
The Overdose Detection Mapping Application Program (ODMAP) was developed by the Washington/Baltimore High Intensity Drug Trafficking Areas (W/B HIDTA) program. The ODMAP, designed to link public health and public safety through real-time overdose data, is a surveillance system offering analytical tools and capabilities designed to give local government officials necessary information for resource optimization to address the overdose epidemic at the local level. In order to expand the use of the ODMAP nationally, W/B HIDTA requires dedicated professional staff to facilitate adoption and implementation of ODMAP with regional, state, and local partners.
The GIS Developer will report to the Network Operations Center within the W/B HIDTA and report to the GIS program manager and Architect of the ODMAP program and be responsible for the ODMAP technical applications. This position will upgrade software development and research solutions and modify procedures to complex problems considering computer equipment capacity and limitations, operating time, and form desired results. This position is contingent upon funding. Due to the nature of the work, must possess the ability to obtain a Secret level government clearance.
Bachelor’s degree in Geographical Information Systems and 3 years of experience working in ESRI GIS and Microsoft SQL Server.