COSA Forestry and Wildfire GIS Coordinator Job Announcement

Please share this position with the New Mexico Forest and Watershed Restoration Institute widely.

NMFWRI is seeking a Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Coordinator with a focus on developing forestry and wildfire mapping applications. This position will support NMFWRI and our SWERI partners on a multi-year, national Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA) GIS project by compiling and managing national geospatial data for federally funded fuels treatment projects and wildfires occurring across jurisdictions.

Duties include:

– Managing project budgets and timelines and assemble reports and materials needed for grant reporting

– Traveling to meet with federal and state partners on behalf of NMFWRI and our partners.

– Collaborating effectively with a diverse team to ensure data sharing, integration, publishing, and quality of spatial databases.

– Leading development of ESRI Geodatabases and interactive web tools to support project needs.

Minimum requirements: 2 years as GIS program manager OR 4 years as GIS project lead. 5 years working with ESRI software 2 years building web maps & apps

Salary Range: $70,000 – $86,000
Regular in and out of state travel
Possibility for remote/hybrid work
Need to have strong interpersonal and communication skills and ability to work independently

For more information and to apply visit:

Questions- contact Patti Dappen at prdappen