Role: GIS & Data Analyst
Brown & May Marine Ltd is currently looking for an experienced GIS and Data Analyst to assist with our increasing workload from both existing and new clients in the offshore wind, subsea cables and oil and gas sectors in the UK and Europe.
The responsibilities of the role are anticipated to include:
- Day to day management of the GIS data, databases and data filing systems;
- Issuing of data requests to relevant UK and European fisheries agencies and other relevant organisations, as required
- Working with other members of staff to produce GIS and data outputs, often with tight deadlines, in support of fisheries liaison and survey work, impact assessments and technical reporting;
- Identification and implementation of improvements to existing systems and data control / storage procedures
- Development of mapping applications and tools, including python driven data analysis
- Provision of support and advice to other staff on GIS and data analysis;
- Maintenance of GIS software in the company’s computers.
The successful candidate would be expected to provide advice and expertise on GIS workflows and best practice, and lead on marine fisheries and environmental data management and acquisition.
- Degree qualified in GIS or deemed equivalent experience
- A minimum of two years demonstrable relevant work experience.
- Fully competent in the use of ArcGIS software packages
- Good understanding of mapping principles, coordinate systems and projections
- Proficient user of Microsoft office applications including Excel and Access.
- Meticulous in attention to detail
- Efficient, well organised and capable of working to tight deadlines
- Excellent IT and problem-solving skills
- Experience of Python programming (Arcpy, Pandas, Matplotlib etc.)
- Basic knowledge of scripting languages (HTML, Java Script and CSS)
- Experience with ArcGIS online, Webapp Builder etc
- Knowledge of fisheries, environmental science and previous experience working with marine data
This role is based at Brown & May Marine Ltd’s head office in Eye, Suffolk. The company operates a flexible work at home/office-based hybrid system, with remote working considered for the right candidate.
Salary: TBC depending on experience
How to apply:
Applicants should provide a CV of their experience with a brief covering letter outlining why you are suited to the role addressed to Diana Fu at Diana@brownmay.com. Suitable candidates will be invited to the office for an interview, although online interviews will be offered where appropriate.