Principal Geospatial Engineer Candidate

$185,000

Represented by

Devika Knafo

About Candidate

Brings 12 years of experience in creating spatial data visualizations, analysis, and geo-processing scripting for Federal clients. Her current data analysis and visualization techniques specialize in finding patterns, clustering and regression analysis, and visualizing global climate and oceanic data sources. She's driven, innovative, has a love for learning, and can wear multiple hats from creating a map, to geospatial script. She's a dedicated professional that thrives in demanding environments and is committed to continuing education to promote mission success.

Current Job Title

Principal Geospatial Engineer Candidate

Top Skills

GIS, AWS, SQL, JavaScript, Python, Visualization

Sectors of Interest

right decorative arrow
Built Environment
right decorative arrow
Carbon Technology
right decorative arrow
Energy and Grid
right decorative arrow
Food and Agriculture
right decorative arrow
Industry and Manufacturing
right decorative arrow
Intelligence and Adaptation
right decorative arrow
Supporting Catalysts
right decorative arrow
Transportation and Mobility

Years of Experience Range

11+ years of experience

Education

Master of Science

Work Preference

Remote, Hybrid

Salary

$185,000

Job Categories

Data Engineer
Other

Fill out this form and we will be in touch to get the ball rolling!

Learn more about this candidate

Partnering with Climate People gives you direct access to exceptional and well-vetted mission-driven software, data, product, and user experience talent.

Why work with us?
We have taken the Edict and Browning The Green Space Pledges to empower diversity in climate.
We take client engagement seriously and view our relationship with you as mutually beneficial. We are growth partners.
We donate 1% of every placement fee to an environmental nonprofit of the candidate's choosing.
Max file size 10MB.
Uploading...
fileuploaded.jpg
Upload failed. Max size for files is 10 MB.
Thank you! Your submission has been received!
Oops! Something went wrong while submitting the form.