The GIS Analyst II performs complex duties in the development and maintenance of Tulalip Tribes GIS system,
which supports the GIS needs of all tribal departments. It requires advanced knowledge of GIS concepts and
software, as well as GIS dataset types and formats. Responsibilities include web application development,
multiuser geodatabase design and management, custom map production, geospatial analysis, and field data
collection. This position will lead others in their daily work activities, check the work of others, and provide
direction, when needed.

Bachelor’s degree in GIS, Information Technology, Computer Science, Engineering, geography; OR two plus years
of college education with a GIS Certificate from accredited school; experience may be considered as a substitute
for the above education. (Upload or attach copy of degree or transcript with application).



Current GIS technologies (including hardware, software, and handheld tools) and industry trends

Analytical, problem-solving, and troubleshooting skills

Visual communication and data mapping theories

GIS application development, programming (Python, JavaScript), and/or GIS related technologies

GIS production of complex cartographic and other spatial data displays

GIS web-mapping applications served to internal and external users

Project management, planning, organization, and customer service skills

Database techniques to process and analyze geo-spatial datasets

SQL Database administration in support of geodatabases

Scientific research and data collection techniques

User Acceptance Testing, metadata, hardware/software configurations, and GIS standards