The Community GIS Project Leader is an AAUP represented non-tenure track faculty appointment at the rank of Senior Research Associate 1.
Principal duties of the position:
• Community geography – engage with communities throughout the Portland region to identify innovating mapping and other data visualizations to serve community needs.
• Provide GIS analysis support for projects in IMS and PRC.
• Possibly teach within the undergraduate or graduate programs within the College of Urban and Public Affairs or in PSU’s University Studies program.
• Contribute to strategic planning for IMS and PRC.
|Application Deadline: Screening begins February 8, 2016 and remains open until finalists are identified.
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