Will edit Dedicated and motivated data analyst seeking a position in a fast-growth company. Proven ability to drive process efficiency and data integrity as evidenced by [number] years of experience leading teams in data mining and data warehousing solutions.
Experienced with ArcGIS 9.3/10.2 and associated utilities, including creating, modifying, and managing geodatabases and writing Python scripts.
Excellent understanding of Microsoft Office, including Excel and Access used in management of sampling data.
Experienced using R for data analysis and exporting data across platforms.
Using GPS equipment in field studies in conjunction with GIS resources.
Trained in AutoCAD, Matlab, HSPF, and WARMF.
GIS Specialist, 09/2014
to Current CDM Smith – Bellevue,
Primary GIS analyst for the Portland Harbor Superfund Site Feasibility Study and Record of Decision.
Supported scientists and engineers by maintaining and querying sediment sample database.
Queried Access database and imported for spatial analysis that is performed across the site on key contaminants to be used in defining cleanup areas.
A process of multiple contaminants, anthropogenic, and hydrodynamic criteria are used to define potential technology assignments within the site.
Created and documented process and used python scripts to automate complex sequences of analysis.
Created workflows to illustrate process and communicate with others on team.
Exported data to and from R.
Used R to more efficiently perform calculations and provide data outputs and graphs for reports.
GIS Specialist, 05/2011
to 09/2014 Leidos (formerly SAIC) – Bothell,
Creating and managing a comprehensive water and solids sampling database along the Lower Duwamish Waterway for the Department of Ecology.
The database is being used in conjunction with several geodatabases created for the Lower Duwamish Waterway that have incorporated storm drain and property data from multiple sources.
Utilized python scripting to automate mapping and spatial analysis processes.
Supported scientists and engineers with figures and spatial analysis of vegetation, habitat, and construction effects for Environmental Impact Statements in the Puget Sound.
Maintained and updated geodatabases of sampling, storm drain, and general structural information for North Boeing Field.
Data is used for figures and spatial analysis to determine the effectiveness of past remediation measures and future sampling efforts.
Water Resources EIT, 07/2006
to 08/2009 Camp, Dresser, and McKee (CDM) – Seattle,
Designed a GIS data processing sequence to more accurately define past and predicted future water usage statistics for major water purveyors for the Central Puget Sound Regional Water Supply Outlook.
Analyzed land use, hydrography, soils, and climate GIS data for use in the development of Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) models currently in use by stakeholders in the states of Washington and California.
Assisted in the development and calibration of Watershed Analysis Risk Management Framework (WARMF) and Hydrologic Simulation Program - Fortran (HSPF) models used to determine TMDLs.
Analyzed ArcGIS and MS Access data along with a local stormwater model to update the waste and storm water facility locations and attribute information for the Philadelphia Water District; created spatial references for off-site pumping locations; and developed associations between pipe networks and street segments.
Maintained water quality and water level monitoring and equipment, managed data, and contributed to analysis and reports for an Aquifer Storage Recover (ASR) program.
Master's: Geographic Information Systems,
2015 University of Washington - Seattle
Bachelors of Science: Civil Engineering,
2006 University of Washington - Seattle Civil Engineering 3.68/4.00 Focus on Water Resources Hydrology, Groundwater, Open Channel Flow, and Stormwater design