Application Developer-Geographic Information

Job Description
Proficient in Application Development of GIS including ESRI ArcGIS, GE Smallworld technologies and Intergraph technologies. Very good understanding of GIS (Geographic Information System) concepts including the Topology, Coordinate Systems, GIS specific Data types (like Raster, Vector), Geocoding and other important concept. Also should have very good understanding of the domain like Electricity Network, Telecom network and the utility related business process like Asset Management and it's relationship with other systems like Billing, Outage Management, Leak management etc.

Required Technical and Professional Expertise

Proficient in Application Development of GIS including ESRI ArcGIS, GE Smallworld technologies and Intergraph technologies. Very good understanding of GIS (Geographic Information System) concepts including the Topology, Coordinate Systems, GIS specific Data types (like Raster, Vector), Geocoding and other important concept. Also should have very good understanding of the domain like Electricity Network, Telecom network and the utility related business process like Asset Management and it's relationship with other systems like Billing, Outage Management, Leak management etc.

Preferred Tech and Prof Experience

Must Have skills Application Packages: ESRI ArcGIS (Portal, Server, Python API, Arc Catalog, ArcGIS desktop, ArcSDE), Feature Manipulation Engine (FME) . Programming Languages: Python, Arc Objects, JavaScript, Shell Scripting Nice to have skills Smallworld GIS, Smallworld VMDS, Oracle Spatial, SQL, Magik, VBA

EO Statement
IBM is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status. IBM is also committed to compliance with all fair employment practices regarding citizenship and immigration status.


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