GIS analysis, map -making, and creating visual explanations are integral to nearly all of our work. Quantitative analysis, typically using Excel, is also important. We are seeking a talented and creative person to join our team as an Analyst at the Junior Associate level, to help us deliver great work to clients while continuing to innovate in our approach. Learn more.
NESCAUM is seeking an extremely bright and motivated intern to support two of our current projects: the Zero Emission Vehicles (ZEV) Initiative and the Climate Change Science Clearing House. NESCAUM is a nonprofit association of the state environmental agencies in the six New England states, New York and New Jersey. The Association provides technical and policy assistance to its members on air pollution, climate, and energy issues of regional concern.
TransitCenter, a civic organization committed to innovations in public transportation that improves cities, is looking for a program analyst to join its NYC office. Visit the website to learn more on its mission and staff.
AIR Worldwide (AIR) is the scientific leader and most respected provider of risk modeling software and consulting services. As GIS Product Analyst/Mapping specialist, you will be responsible for crafting the spatial analytics design into our next generation product. This includes getting the requirements for spatial analytics from stakeholders as well as defining the interactive analytics that will be one of the cornerstones of our product. Experience with ArcGIS and its various extensions, such as Spatial Analyst; Microsoft Excel; Microsoft Access. Ability to manage spatial data with focus on data QA/QC. Experience with mapping technologies such as Google Earth/Map, Bing map, etc. Bachelor of Science. 1+ years mainly in QA and spatial data management. For the complete listing, click here
The senior community development analyst is responsible for coordinating outreach activities that support the Boston Fed community development unit’s focal areas, including efforts to strengthen the prospects of New England’s lower-income populations by promoting revitalization in post-industrial cities. The person works with organizations engaged in community development, including nonprofits, municipalities, financial institutions, and foundations to identify needs in lower-income communities and with other staff to develop strategies that effectively utilize partnerships to address these needs. This person engages in a variety of relationship-building activities, including hosting meetings, conferences, and trainings, and must be adept at engaging senior leadership across the region to build strong cross-sector coalitions. For more information about the Boston Fed’s community development unit, click here.To apply, click here.