- Whitehorse, Yukon Territory
- 867 333-0112/ 867 393-2014
- [email protected]
- Avid Problem Solver
- Innate affinity for organization
- Excellent cartographic and graphic design skills
- Natural ability to create positive work relationships/work environments
I am currently working as a GIS and cartography Manager in an environmental consulting company in Whitehorse. I have 8 years of experience in the GIS field. I manage a small team that provide GIS analysis, data management and cartography products to members of our group and to our various clients. I get excited about learning new things and solving new problems. I am known as having positive attitude, great interpersonal s skills, and a am dedicated and accountable team-member. I have above average data management and graphic design skills.
Upon beginning my teaching position, I identified the need to update class material and curriculum. I took the initiative to convert all class notes, exams and assignments from hard copy to electronic versions, and updated the material and curriculum. I also did a lot of organization in the lab itself. I received extremely positive feedback when leaving this position.
Residential attendants support and assist individual participating in-patient treatment program for recovery from addiction to drugs and/or alcohol. Residential attendants facilitate programming and ensure a safe and supportive environment for participants.
As a research assistant for the Remote Sensing/GIS Laboratories of Utah State University, I was responsible of gathering data on plant cover for a state wide vegetation mapping project (ReGAP). I was responsible to travel throughout the parts of the United States and report on the types of vegetation found in these locations and delineate the distribution of the vegetation cover on satellite imagery using ArcGIS sotfware
As a research technician for the Missouri department of Conservation I was responsible to gather vegetation information of forest environments as part of a long-term research project investigating forest growth.
As a technician for a research project conducted by the forestry department of Oregon State University I was part of a team responsible for gathering data for a project investigating the ecology of forest. There were numerous measurements to be performed necessitating that we plan and organize our workload and responsibilities effectively. Furthermore, most duties could not be accomplished without the help and coordination of the other crew -members, requiring a team player attitude, good communication skills, and good interpersonal skills. Working in remote location using various tools and software required to have good problem solving skills.