[OSGeo Africa] Fwd: Job description: GISc Technologist Contract Position
Nhamo, Luxon (IWMI-South Africa)
L.Nhamo at cgiar.org
Sun Jun 14 01:12:50 PDT 2015
There is nothing wrong with that. Why should it shatter? That's what the position requires. Which system should be preferred and why? Those systems should be as competitive as Esri products.
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From: Chris Berens
Sent: Sunday 14 June 2015 10:00
To: Africa local chapter discussions
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Subject: Re: [OSGeo Africa] Fwd: Job description: GISc Technologist Contract Position
Another ESRI only government position. When will that glass ceiling shatter?
Chris Berens, GISc
+27 (0)82 567 9322
On 12 June 2015 at 15:22, Genevieve Pence <gpence at capenature.co.za<mailto:gpence at capenature.co.za>> wrote:
FYI -- note closing date of next Friday, 19 June. Thank you!
Re: Job description: GISc Technologist Position (Grade A – C)
The Department of Environmental Affairs and Development Planning is looking to appoint a GISc Technologist on a 9 month contract. The main purpose of this appointment is to support CapeNature in and shorten the time taken to complete the revised systematic conservation planning for the Western Cape. This information is required to inform the Sandveld EMF Project and many other strategic documents. The person will be stationed at the CapeNature offices and will report directly to the CapeNature conservation planner.
Please see attached the job description for the GISc Technologist position. The contract position is not being advertised in the newspapers and the Department thus approaching the GIS sections of CapeNature, Department of Agriculture, SANBI and DEADP to help to circulate the job description.
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Directorate: Policy and Planning Co-ordination
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