Four GISCorps volunteers are needed for a Haiti mission

 The United Nations Department of Field Support (DFS), Logistics Support Division (LSD), and Specialist Support Section (SSS) are seeking the assistance of four GIS volunteers. All four volunteers will be working at the UN office in NYC.


Via the GISCorps… Dear GISCorps volunteers and friends,

Job description for Position 1:
1) Remote sensing Specialist:
– Experienced with ERDAS
– Capable of image interpretation and change detection
– Experienced with various types of imagery

Job description for Position 2:
2) ArcGIS Server Specialist:
– Experienced with ArcGIS Server
– Capable to publish and fine tune services
Travel Expenses:
The volunteer will be responsible for cost of:
– airfare
– accommodations
– meals

Positions are available immediately and for an approximate duration of two weeks.

Very Important:
If you are interested in applying for the position of Remote Sensing Specialist send an email to:

If you are interested in applying for the position of ArcGIS Server Specialist send an email to:

Requests sent to any other email address will not be considered.


GISCorps Core Committee

P.S. Please note that you must be a GISCorps volunteer to apply for these positions. If you are not, you can apply here: Also make sure to submit your latest resume.

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