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Environmental Database Manager

GSI Water Solutions, Downtown PDX

Job - Engineering

Close Date: 12/31/2019

Environmental Database Manager

Job Title: Environmental Database Manager
Job Type: Full-Time, Exempt, Salaried
Location: Downtown Portland, one block from the Yamhill District MAX Station
Closing Date: Open until filled

About the Position
The environmental database manager supports our water resources and environmental management practices on a wide variety of projects. We are looking for a candidate to help us support our database services across our offices located in California and Oregon.

The successful candidate will be based in our Portland, Oregon office and work with GSI scientists and water resource analysts to manage environmental and water-related data for our public and private clients in the Pacific Northwest and California. You will utilize your talents to support projects related to the evaluation and remediation of large contaminated sites and rivers, as well as the management of water resources in Western States. The position will allow you to use your creativity and entrepreneurial skills to bring new ideas and data management approaches to our clients. If you are seeking to make a career move to a position with great growth potential, this is the position for you.

Primary Duties
Configure large relational environmental datasets to meet project specifications.
Provide data visualization, data evaluation and geospatial analysis support as required for our projects.
Document work processes and recommend quality assurance/quality control procedures for our projects.
Implement, configure, and test commercial-of-the-shelf data management related software, such as Enviro Data, to meet project specifications.
Act as a data quality liaison between the project staff, clients, analytical laboratory, data validator and GIS analysts.
Provide reporting support by generating tables, charts, graphs, and 3D graphics to help interpret data and develop solutions to address complex problems.
Work independently to research and implement new methods to address emerging issues faced by our clients.

Minimum Qualifications
5+ years of relevant experience with an emphasis on environmental database management.
Bachelor’s degree in environmental science, data science, or a related field.
Demonstrated SQL and relational database skills (SQL Server, Microsoft Access).
Experience working with analytical data, including familiarity with electronic data deliverables (EDDs), detection limits, data qualifiers, etc.
Experience with Enviro Data software or other environmental data management solutions.
Demonstrated expertise using MS Excel and Microsoft Access to manipulate and organize data sets for import into a database and for final reporting.
Strong attention to detail with excellent analytical, judgment, and problem-solving capabilities.
Motivated, strong interpersonal skills, and ability to work with minimal supervision.
Ability to manage multiple tasks simultaneously.

Additional Desired Qualifications
Experience with statistical analysis and data visualization using R, Power BI, or other similar tools.
Understanding of GIS concepts, data types, and geospatial analysis.
Experience linking analytical data to the GIS and other graphing software using Geodatabases or other tools.

Medical, dental, and vision insurance coverage; depending on the option you choose, GSI will pay 70 to 87 percent of premiums for both you and your dependents
Generous and flexible paid time off
Employee stock ownership plan (ESOP)
ROTH or Traditional 401(k) retirement plan options with matching contributions of up to 4% by GSI
Company-paid life, short-term, and long-term disability insurance
Transportation benefit of $75 per month to assist with the cost of commuting into downtown Portland and parking, plus an additional reimbursement of $25 per month for a monthly transit pass
Cell phone benefit of $70 per month to assist with the cost of using your personal cell phone for business use
Reimbursement for professional registrations and renewals
Paid time off for certification and licensing exams
Paid memberships in professional organizations.

About GSI Water Solutions, Inc. (GSI)
In 2000, our three founders left a large consulting firm to start something different. The premise was simple: to build a firm with the flexibility to put clients first and focus on what we do best.

Today, GSI is employee-owned water resources and environmental management consulting firm with five offices in Oregon and California. Our team members are passionate, motivated, and collaborative professionals who strive to be leaders in their industry. We hire people who are as dedicated to their clients as we are.

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