H2M Group is seeking a Geospatial Analyst to support the Maritime Office of Safety (SFH) in St. Louis, MO.
SFH seeks to building an expanded imagery production capability which will allow SFH to respond more rapidly to customer requests and to enhance the quality and accuracy of SFH's products. The scope of work for imagery production includes, but is not limited to, support to the following functions:
Extract imagery from all available imagery platforms and access methods
Product orthorectified images in support of all SFH products (such as DNC, ENC, Standard Nautical Chart (SNC), LPC, NtM) and ad-hoc requests.
Evaluate orthorectified images to the highest quality, accuracy and consistency possible
Modify Digital Elevation Models (DEM) to improve shoreline precision
Analyze SFH source data in support of imagery production
Minimum 3 years of cartographic finishing and feature extraction related experience
Ability to delineate aerial photographic detail using stereoscopic plotting and computer graphics equipment
Ability to perform image assessment, control point selection, mensuration, triangulation, orthosectification, and processing to product standard or non-standard products
Knowledge of basic coordinate systems (latitiude and longitude, UTM)
Knowledge of projections and their properties
Knowledge of SocetSet(Socet GXP and ESRI ArcGIS.
Experience working with geospatial data in a multi-user enterprise environment
Ability to analyze data from ground surveys, reports, aerial photographs, and satellite images to prepare topographic maps and aerial photograph mosaics
Ability to prepare and alter trace maps, charts, tables, detailed drawings, and three-dimensional optical models of terrain using stereoscopic plotting and computer graphics equipment
Experience evaluating commercial imagery products for accuracy
Ability to collect data from rasterized sources including the proper rectifying of the source if so required
Ability to use imagery for the purposes of nautical chart compilation
Ability to export data in multiple formats, predominantly standard MILSPEC as well as shapefiles
Knowledge of geospatial database content management