Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Technical Lead Salary
A Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Technical Lead earns an average salary of $64,330 per year. Most people with this job move on to other positions after 20 years in this field. For the first five to ten years in this position, salary increases steeply, but any additional experience does not have a big effect on pay.
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Job Description for Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Technical Lead
Geographic information systems (GIS) technical leads are usually in charge of their organization's computer systems that allow these companies to analyze, model, and query very large quantities of data related to their location. Creating maps is their most important task.Read More...
They must be able to use GIS software and related equipment. As technical leads, they must have leadership talent and experience in supervising employees. Geographic information systems technical leads must have worked as GIS specialists. They must have bachelor’s degree in geography, information technology, or a similar discipline. GIS products are used to plan and deliver products and/or services in many fields, such as defense, construction, refinery, oil, gas, water, telecommunications, logistics, transportation, and retail. They must be able to design and update relevant databases. They must meet with users to discuss what they need, project requirements, and generate required outputs. Geographic information systems specialist are employed by most sectors of government and a wide range of organizations. Even though their roles can vary, GIS specialists are involved in the production of maps and the analysis of data.
Some GIS positions require security clearance, especially when they work for the government and defense contractors. They must be able to protect confidential information. Geographic information systems leads must have strong oral and communications skills. They must have strong interpersonal skills. They may be required to train, coach, and monitor GIS specialists. They must evaluate their employees' performance on a regular and timely basis. They must keep themselves up to date with various software and related equipment that are available in the marketplace.
Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Technical Lead Tasks
- Fulfill role of GIS expert in the design, creation, and implementation of GIS usage.
- Coordinate with Systems Administrators to establish comprehensive guidelines for GIS usage, storage, and troubleshooting.
- Research, document, and communicate opportunities to leverage GIS tools for IT strategies.
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