The GIS Analyst provides leadership and direction for division research; analysis; and computer assisted mass appraisal (CAMA) system management, business process and policy development projects. The incumbent is the primary point of contact with internal and external customers and provides technical assistance related to division program or project areas. The position reports to the PAD Bureau Chief.

There are several of these positions and each specializes in a particular function of the division and performs the following tasks and duties in support of that function. This current opening is targeted to the Geographic Information Systems functions of the division.


*This is an incomplete list of job duties. For a complete job description please contact Human Resources.



List detailed work experiences including if each job was full/part time, temporary or seasonal. Resumes are not reviewed.

: Depending on the specialty area assigned to an incumbent, additional knowledge and skills may be required in the following:

­Geographic Information Systems
Experience / Education

The above knowledge, skills, and abilities are acquired through a bachelor’s degree in public administration, business administration, accounting, mathematics, statistics, finance, economics, or closely related field and five years of experience including two years of specialized experience in the assigned area. Work experience must include program planning, analysis, and policy development. Experience in property appraisal and assessment is preferred. Other combinations of education and experience will be evaluated on an individual basis. It is important that all previous work experience is listed.


This position does not require any postsecondary education – however, if you have documented graduation and a college degree please attach your transcripts.

Applicant Pool Statement:  If another department vacancy occurs in this job title within six months, the same applicant pool may be used for the selection. Training Assignment:  This agency may use a training assignment. Employees in training assignments may be paid below the base pay established by the agency pay rules. Conditions of the training assignment will be stated in writing at the time of hire.

About State of Montana

The quality of life for all Montanans is better because we excel at public service and effective administration of the tax and liquor laws of Montana.


The Montana Department of Revenue administers approximately 40 state taxes, property appraisals, liquor laws, and unclaimed property for the State of Montana.

Minorities are under-represented in this position and are encouraged to apply.