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From: Bradley Nuding <[log in to unmask]>
Date: Mon, Jan 3, 2022 at 11:36 AM
Subject: JOB POSTING - Penobscot County EMA_GIS Specialist
Cc: Jennifer Snow <[log in to unmask]>, Lynn Dwelley <
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Good morning,

We would greatly appreciate you sharing this opportunity within your

*Penobscot County*

*****JOB POSTING*****

*Emergency Management Agency         *

*Job Title: *Geospatial Database Manager

*Hours: *M-F typically

*Department: *Emergency Management Agency

*FLSA Status: *Non-Exempt

*Reports to: *Emergency Management Director

*Approved By: *County Commissioners

*Pay Scale: *$23.45-$29.67

*Date: *January 3, 2022

*POSTING DATE:  *January 3, 2022

*CLOSING DATE:  *January 24, 2022

*HOW TO APPLY:  *Submit application to:


*                                                                Attn:
Human Relations *

*                                                                97 Hammond
Street *

*                                                                Bangor,
ME  04401*

*Applications can be found at: *
<>* or the Human Relations
office located on the 1st floor of the County Administration Building, 97
Hammond Street, Bangor*

*Job Summary**:  *

Responsible for the Geographic Information System (GIS) program for
Penobscot County Emergency Management Agency (EMA) and the County of
Penobscot. Build rapport and establish collaborative relationships with a
broad range of partners, including entities from the public, private and
nonprofit sectors, academia, and municipal leaders to develop and promote
GIS capabilities, technical support, and training countywide. Employee must
be available 24/7/365 in case of an emergency and be available for daytime,
evening, overnight, and/or weekend assignments. Assignments may include
travel, training, exercises, attendance at meetings or conferences,
Emergency Operations Center (EOC) activations, and/or fieldwork, some with
little to no notice.

*Essential Duties/Responsibilities:*

   - Developing, coding, maintaining, and integrating databases with GIS
   - Locating, analyzing, and presenting spatial data in the form of
   tables, graphs and charts to stakeholders.
   - When requested, provide a full-spectrum of GIS services in support of
   the municipalities, unorganized territories and critical infrastructure
   within Penobscot County.
   - Performs analysis on a broad variety of geodatabases and business data
   as related to Public Safety applications, such as Computer-Aided Dispatch
   (CAD) and Enhanced 9-1-1.
   - Develop and deliver instructional and educational materials for both
   the public and governmental partners. Conduct presentations to civic
   organizations, agency partners, and public and private institutions
on *all-hazards,
   whole community* GIS applications.
   - Serve as the County’s Emergency Operations Center (EOC) GIS Specialist
   during emergent crises by displaying situational awareness incident

   - Work as a member of the EMA team in the performance of duties.
   - Be punctual for scheduled work and use time appropriately.
   - Perform required amount of work in a timely fashion with a minimum of
   - Be neat and maintain a professional appearance.
   - Understand and work within Penobscot County Government Policies and
   - Exercise high professional ethical standards. Maintain
   confidentiality. Exercise sound judgment and discretions when dealing with
   sensitive or other protected information encountered during course of work.
   - Performs other similar duties as assigned or required.

*Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required: *

·         Bachelor’s degree in a closely-related field accredited by the
U.S. Department of Education; *OR*

Any equivalent combination of education, training, and experience which
provides the required knowledge, skills, and abilities to perform the
essential functions of the job.

   - Knowledge of spatial data concepts, cartographic principles, and
   mapping techniques.
   - Knowledge with FEMA Risk Mapping, Assessment and Planning (Risk MAP)
   - Knowledge with U.S. EPA’s Computer-Aided Management of Emergency
   Operations (CAMEO) suite.
   - Skills in reading and interpreting engineering documents, surveys,
   topographic information, and aerial photography.
   - Skills in using practical programming and/or scripting languages (
   *e.g.,* Python, *etc.*).
   - Skills in working with Lidar and with spatial data analysis software (
   *e.g., *ArcGIS, *etc*.).
   - Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing, with
   all constituents.
   - Ability to Remain objective in sensitive situations and maintain
   constructive working relationships while seeking conflict resolution.
   - Ability to analyze and evaluate department operation, applying
   judgment and discretion in resolving problems and interpreting policies and
   regulations. Collect, assimilate, and analyze data and information related
   to operations, equipment, and functions, and prepare appropriate
   - Ability to apply judgment and discretion in making strategic decisions
   affecting emergency management programs and operations. Work independently
   without regular direction, and troubleshoot problems in assigned area of
   - Ability to develop, prioritize, balance, and complete long- and
   short-term goals. Develop related departmental projects, objectives, and
   budget. Leverage resources and coordinate with internal and external
   partners to achieve goals.

*Work Environment**:*

The work environment characteristics described here are representative of
those the incumbent encounters while performing the essential functions of
this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with
disabilities to perform the essential functions.

General office conditions, the noise level is usually quiet. Travel
throughout Maine to attend meetings, training, and disaster exercises
directly related to GIS, emergency management, hazardous material storage,
and release, and commodity transportation. May be required to work outdoors
in all weather conditions for training, disaster exercises, and real-world
incident management.

*Physical Demands/Conditions Requirements:*

The physical requirements described here represent those that must be met
by the Incumbent to successfully perform the essential functions of this
job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with
disabilities to perform the essential functions.

While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required
to sit and stand (at times for prolonged periods), communicate effectively
and actively listen. The employee is occasionally required to stand, walk,
climb, crouch, crawl, bend, push/pull/drag objects, and use hands
repetitively to support emergency management functions and missions. The
employee may occasionally lift and/or move up to 20 pounds.

*Penobscot County provides equal opportunity to all qualified employees and
applicants for employment and prohibits discrimination and harassment of
any type without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national
origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual
orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic
protected by federal, state or local laws.  *

Very Respectfully,

Bradley Nuding, CEM®


Penobscot County Emergency Management Agency

69 Hammond Street

Bangor, ME 04401

Office: (207) 945-4750

Cell: (207) 350-7028

Fax: (207) 942-8941

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