Overview

The IT Manager – GIS is responsible for:

Oversight and supervision of the GIS staff which includes three GIS Analysts. This includes hiring, scheduling, assigning work, evaluations, promotions, rewards, discipline and termination.
Budgetary: This job is responsible for managing the GIS Budget and working with the IT Director to plan long-term budgetary needs.
Responsible for the strategy, design, implementation and maintenance of GIS technologies for the City of Flagstaff including:ArcGIS Online and ESRI mobile apps
ArcMap (and extensions)
ArcServer
ArcPro
SQL
Python
Project Management for all GIS projects
Data standards, policies and procedures for spatial data.
Working with internal departments, vendors, outside agencies and the public regarding request for spatial data and optimizing data flow.
This position may make presentations to City Council or support staff in their presentations.
This position reports to the IT Director along with the, Operations Manager, Application Manager and the Help Desk Manager
Minimum Requirements
Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science or a related field.
Five years of increasingly responsible technical experience in information technology.
Three years of progressively responsible supervisory experience.
Or any combination of education, experience, and training equivalent to the above Minimum Requirements.
Desired Experience
Master’s degree in GIS or a related field.
Four years of experience in GIS
Four years of experience in management and administration of a GIS program for a municipality or unit of local government.
Advanced technical knowledge in one or more of the following areas:ArcGIS Online
ESRI Desktop Suite (ArcMap, ArcServer, ArcPro and extensions)
Python
SQL
Advanced knowledge of troubleshooting procedures in a test and production environment.

About City of Flagstaff

The City of Flagstaff is a community that is envied for its natural beauty nestled among the largest Ponderosa Pine forest in the world at the foot of the San Francisco Peaks. Flagstaff draws from around the globe as a destination for day trips to the Grand Canyon, a ski resort town, and an outdoor playground of Northern Arizona. While nature enthusiasts find a wide choice of settings punctuated with an abundance of sunshine to pursue their passions, our city serves approximately 78,000 residents and an additional 100,000 regionally plus a large tourism population from around the world. We are also a university town and a hub for astronomy and international scientific research as well as entrepreneurial start-up companies. Artists have long been attracted to our region bringing their diverse talent and culture making us an attractive hot spot ranging from the ancient tribal art to the cutting edge.