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Posted: 05/24/2014

Seminole Tribe of Florida
Tribal Historic Preservation Office

The Seminole Tribe of Florida’s Tribal Historic Preservation Office (THPO) is charged with preserving, documenting, and promoting the Seminole Tribe of Florida’s cultural heritage, both on and off the modern reservation boundaries. To ensure the protection of significant historic and archaeological sites, traditional cultural properties, and important buildings and structures, the THPO staff uses the highest standards and culturally appropriate methodologies to safeguard these areas. The preservation of these sites will help promote the rich heritage of the Tribe for generations to come. We invite you to look at our website and explore the many facets that encompass the Tribal Historic Preservation Office. Our Mission: To foster the understanding and appreciation of the Tribe's place in humanity's shared heritage by investigating, interpreting, preserving and managing the Tribe's cultural resources through community engagement. Our Vision: To excel at supporting the Tribe in sustaining the Tribe's cultural and historic resources.

Geospatial Analyst
Professional Opportunity
Big Cypress Reservation, FL


The incumbent in this position is responsible for assisting the Seminole Tribe of Florida (STOF) Tribal Historic Preservation Offices (THPO) Archaeometry Section with all aspects related to archaeological techniques and methods including Geographic Information Systems (GIS), geophysical techniques, remote sensing, THPO database management, spatial information and archaeological sciences. The individual assists the Chief Data Analyst in the successful integration and management of spatial field data within the existing THPO geodatabases; managing any field and survey equipment related to THPO and the Archaeometry section. The incumbent provides support to other THPO staff with the integration of GIS and geophysical techniques and the geographic components within cultural resource management, historic preservation and archaeological sciences. The individual uses advanced GIS skills and appropriate mapping techniques to meet the needs of the THPO. Bachelors Degree in Geography, Geophysics, Geomatics, Anthropology or related field, with Geographic Information Systems (GIS) coursework is required. Certification as Geographic Information System Professional (GISP) is preferred. A minimum of two (2) years GIS experience with one (1) year of field experience using GPS is required. Prior relevant experience in geospatial studies including GIS, geophysical techniques, remote sensing is required. Knowledge of ESRI products, such as, ArcGIS Desktop 10.X and ArcPad 10.X. and GeoExplorer Series (e.g. GeoXH/GeoXT) is required. Knowledge and understanding of GIS/GPS database and principles, database, cartographic, geographic, statistical and mathematical theory sufficient to perform geographic analysis is required. Possession of a valid Florida Drivers License is required. Must demonstrate excellent organizational and interpersonal skills. Must demonstrate proficiency utilizing computer software packages. Must have the ability to work a flexible schedule including evenings, weekends and holidays.

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How to apply
For more information and to apply for open positions please visit the Tribe's website, http://www.semtribe.com or http://www.semtribe.com/Employment/jobposting/
Juan Cancel
Phone: 863-983-6549 x12253
30290 Josie Billie Highway
PMB 1004
Clewiston, FL 33440

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