GIS Specialist

  • Full Time
  • Auckland
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Crown Infrastructure Partners Limited

GIS Specialist

Our Story

Crown Infrastructure Partners have worked with public private partnerships to deliver Ultra Fast Broadband to over 1.2 million kiwi households, hospitals, schools and businesses. In fact, we’re doing such a great job that this has been expanded to 1.8 million homes and businesses over 390 towns/cities. We are also focused on improving rural broadband across nearly 100,000 rural households/farms and improving mobile coverage across nearly 2000 km of State Highways and nearly 200 tourist sites.  Given our successes we are now taking our skills and experience and applying them to the job of attracting private investment in roading and water infrastructure – opening up big new tracts of land for more housing development.

With an investment budget of over $2.5b we play a major part in supporting NZ with the critical infrastructure it needs to grow.

We are keen to have another great person join our small team focused on these large infrastructure nation building initiatives which will make a difference to New Zealand.

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The Role

Geospatial data plays a critical role in the development and implementation of infrastructure projects; the provision of accurate Geospatial data to internal, central and local government and non-government stakeholders is a critical component of Crown Infrastructure Partner’s work.  This second GIS specialist role exists to provide critical geospatial data, analysis and reporting to multiple stakeholders within CIP to ensure that the business can accurately plan and monitor the delivery of the infrastructure projects that it oversees through its public private partnership structure.

The Candidate

Minimum of a Bachelor-level university degree in Geographic Information Systems (or similar) and 5 years relevant work experience in a similar discipline relevant to the responsibilities of the position;
Knowledge of FME;
Advanced knowledge of ESRI software, including ArcGIS or Arc Map and ArcGIS Online;
Demonstrated analytical and creative GIS problem-solving skills;
Demonstrated ability to take on responsibility and use initiative to prioritise and work effectively under pressure and to tight deadlines; and
Able to work autonomously within established procedures and practices, as well as able to propose improvements to processes.Bring your expertise to the Crown Infrastructure team and help us be part of the great NZ growth story.