GIS analysts use geographic information system methods to identify variables and trends in different locations to support Integrated Network Strategy of Slovak Telecom and T-Mobile CZ.
The work involves collaborating with computer-aided design (CAD) technicians, developing web apps and tools, and integrating GIS with other technologies.
GIS analysts take an analytical approach to tasks. They have strong IT skills, can manipulate complex databases, and are highly detail oriented. Typically, employers require a bachelor’s degree in computer science, geography, or a similar field, as well as the following abilities:
The minimum requirement to become a GIS analyst is a bachelor’s degree in computer science, engineering, or geography. Applicants with prior GIS experience and knowledge are likely to experience more success in the job market. It’s also advantageous to have certifications that demonstrate a level of professional expertise, such as the GIS Professional (GISP) designation that can be obtained through the GIS Certification Institute. For applicants looking to further their opportunities, further education (such as a master’s degree) may be beneficial.
Tomíčkova 2144/1, 148 00 Praha-Chodov, Česká republika
IS/IT: Konzultace, analýzy a projektové řízení, IS/IT: Správa systémů a HW, IS/IT: Vývoj aplikací a systémů
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