Geospatial Analyst – SFIA 4
12th March, 2024
Must have Baseline Security clearance.
Location of work- ACT, QLD
 
Geospatial Analysts undertake services that include, but are not limited to:

• Lead location-based analytics functions in health,, consistent with the strategic intent.
• Coordinate and liaise with key geospatial stakeholders across department.
• Work with end users to identify GIS requirements, technical issues and training needs; analyse current business processes and recommend best practice solutions.
Regular reporting against performance and effort; and
• Contribute towards knowledge and skills transfer.
• The specified personnel may be redirected to assist or work on other projects/activities
outside of the branch of initial assignment.
• Conduct technical troubleshooting for geospatial related matters arising provide technical insight and recommendations regarding spatial data and spatial metadata standards.
• Assist in day-to-day operations of GIS functions, determining geospatial architecture priorities, developing guidance, providing geospatial assistance on project related activities and undertaking troubleshooting analysis and resolution for incidents and where new GIS capability is required.
• Provide support and technical advice regarding geospatial analysis techniques, GIS analysis tools available, and the use of location data with geospatial toolsets available in the Enterprise Data Warehouse (EDW).
• Liaise with relevant stakeholders regarding appropriate scheduling for software upgrades, patching and installation of new software in various environments required for adequate maintenance and functioning of the geospatial toolset.
• Responsible for development of strategies for integrating GIS applications with other applications
• Responsible for preparation of appropriate documentation such as design specifications, user guides and handover documentation.
• Manage productive stakeholder relationships and associated risks;
• Develop an agreed work plan including key performance indicators and outcomes 
Regular reporting against performance and effort; and
• Contribute towards knowledge and skills transfer.
 
Required Skills and experience/Selection Criteria

Essential
• Demonstrated ability to deliver geospatial solutions and support through the System Development Life Cycle (SDLC) and Agile development practices and processes (for each of the specific roles defined)
• 5+ years’ experience working and exhibiting knowledge (for the specific role defined)
• Demonstrated interpersonal skills and capacity to communicate and work effectively within a multi-disciplined and blended team environment
• Relevant qualifications/certification/accreditation (for each of the specific roles defined)
• Experience and knowledge of Enterprise Data Warehouses (EDW) and associated technologies (such as Teradata, Informatica, Hadoop, SAS, Cognos, Qlik, Oracle etc.)
• Demonstrated ability to query and interpret data using efficient and effective SQL and provide sound advice on complex data/information related matters to deliver quality solutions.
 
Desirable

• Practical skills in developing data management design artifacts, including developing mapping documents for builds in support of business processes and objectives.
• Demonstrated ability in the development and/or directing the creation of efficient, maintainable and cost/effective databases.
• Demonstrated skill to prepare and/or direct the creation and maintenance of data management documentation.
• Experience in the following,
o SQL for data analysis
o Data modelling – dimensional and ERD, and awareness of data vault
o Various database platforms (i.e. Oracle, SQL Server)
o XML schema design, ER Studio or similar
o Data management principles such as Metadata management, Data governance and
Data quality
• Inspires leadership through the ability to define and meet the expectations of the role.

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