[OSGeo-Jobs] Environment Canada seeking experienced Web Mapping Programmers

Yuen,Yvonne [Ontario] Yvonne.Yuen at ec.gc.ca
Thu Apr 23 14:46:02 EDT 2009

Environment Canada is looking for experienced Web Mapping Programmers.

If you are interested in a position with our team and have experience and knowledge of incorporating mapping functionality into web-based solutions please send an email to Yvonne Yuen ( Yvonne.Yuen at ec.gc.ca ) along with your resumé.  Based on the information provided, suitable candidates will be notified when the job is officially posted on the Government of Canada web site. 

We are looking for candidates with significant experience and knowledge in ESRI's ArcIMS or ArcGIS Server with ArcSDE.  We also require experience and knowledge in Visual Studio 2008 and MS SQL Server 2005.  Experience with Open Source web mapping technology (MapServer) will be considered an asset.

Due to our diversified areas of expertise, you will be exposed to many different facets of the Computer Science discipline.  
You will be given real responsibilities and take satisfaction in seeing your work being used in a real-time operational environment.
We offer a challenging and dynamic working environment.
We offer some flexibility with work hours.
We have a culture of "Putting People First".

Environment Canada's mandate is to preserve and enhance the quality of the natural environment, including water, air and soil quality; conserve Canada's renewable resources; conserve and protect Canada's water resources; carry out meteorology; enforce the mandate of Canada - United States International Joint Commission relating to boundary waters; and coordinate environmental policies and programs for the federal government. 

Our mission is to make sustainable development a reality in Canada by helping Canadians live and prosper in an environment that needs to be respected, protected and conserved.

At Environment Canada we value our environment and its vital importance to the identity and well-being of present and future generations; the dedication and team-work of our people and integrity, trust and mutual respect in our working relationships; the contribution of the natural and social sciences to environmentally responsible decision making; the exercise, by all Canadians, of a shared responsibility for our environment; the contribution of our leadership to the achievement of sustainable development; and the provision of quality service to the public.

Please visit our website at:	http://www.ec.gc.ca/

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