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Geospatial Job Hunting Seminar Online March 9th

Find a GIS Job: Geospatial Career Seminar March 9th, 2022

At this years National Canadian Geospatial Conference, GeoIgnite, Jonathan Murphy will host an event for job seekers looking to navigating the competitive job market.

Finding a job in geospatial technology can be difficult, especially in a pandemic. That’s why GoGeomatics is bringing back our popular Geospatial Career Seminar to give job seekers the tools and techniques that will put them ahead in their job search.

The half-day career seminar is designed to give new and seasoned geomatics professionals the tools they need to succeed in the job market. The seminar is particularly focused on those seeking work in GIS, cartography, remote sensing, programming, and other related geospatial fields.



This event is held online at 11am EST, so everyone can attend from coast to coast.

Jonathan Murphy, Managing Director of GoGeomatics Canada and Canada’s geomatics career coach, will be sharing his valued tips and insight for your job search. He is an expert geomatics professional with close to 20 years of experience. Jon’s career has ranged from the oil fields of Alberta to projects with the United Nations in Switzerland. Topics that will be covered during this seminar include:

  • Geospatial Job Market Trends during the pandemic
  • Specialty cover letters for GIS & remote sensing
  • Professional associations – should you join one?
  • Specialized GIS & Geospatial job hunting strategies
  • How to analyze a geospatial job posting
  • Portfolios
  • Salaries & remuneration
  • How to handle recruiters
  • Your LinkedIn profile
  • Career strategies
  • The interview
  • The fundamentals of successful online networking

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