GIS Specialist, Urban Planning - SF

Monday, May 08, 2017 6:14 PM | Mōno Simeone (Administrator)
Job Title*: GIS Specialist, Urban Planning Firm, San Francisco (downtown)
Job Description: We are looking for a full-time GIS Specialist to provide support for long-range planning, urban design, zoning, environmental analysis and other assignments. The involves creating, manipulating and managing geospatial data; conducting analysis; and producing publication-ready maps, tables, and charts. The GIS Specialist would need to interact with planners, other mapping specialists, and clients; and help integrate new GIS technologies into the firm’s planning work. 


The ideal candidate will have a BA in GIS, or in geography, planning or closely-related field along with certificate/specialization in GIS, minimum 2 years’ experience (greater experience desirable) and have demonstrated proficiency in:

• Manipulating vector and raster data in ArcGIS
• Manipulating tabular data in GIS, including summarizing, joining and linking related data
• Geodatabase design and management
• Spatial Analysis, 3D Analysis and Network Analysis
• Internet applications
• Map design and layout skills for display and published maps


• Drawing (Illustrator) and AutoCAD familiarity is desirable


Email cover letter/email and resume in PDF only to No phone calls please. The position is open until filled.


Dyett & Bhatia ( is a 20-person urban planning consulting firm, with a focus on preparing long-range plans for cities. We are located in the Jackson Square District (@ Sansome/Pacific) of downtown San Francisco, easily reached by transit. We are a friendly office, working on a broad range of ongoing assignments in urban and regional planning, urban design and environmental impact assessment.
Salary: $65,000 to $75,000 + benefits
Organization*: Dyett & Bhatia, Urban and Regional Planners
Address*: 755 Sansome Street

San Francisco, CA 94111
United States
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Contact Phone Number: 415-956-4300
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