Job Listings

The following is a list of jobs which are available in the Irish GI industry.


Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Manager
An Post GTS- 15 Month temporary assignment

About the Role

An Post currently use GIS Systems/Technology to support its day to day operations, particularly for planning and logistics. We have deployed ArcGIS technology and maintain a number of critical sets of GIS data including data supporting our logistics operations. The GIS team use An Posts spatially-enabled Central Address dataset (CAD) combined with digital mapping, statistics and GIS technology to provide a range of services including operational planning, network optimisation and asset management.
Working alongside business and technical colleagues, you will maintain and run our ArcGIS environment and provide GIS management, applications analysis and data services to projects and business areas in An Post including some services to support the GeoDirectory product.

Closing Date: 5.00pm sharp on 19th September 2021.


Job Alert! Geographic Information Systems Officer (Mar '21) - Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage

The Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Unit of the Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage is responsible for Geographical Information Systems and projects, and related data and information within the Department.

Assisting the GIS Manager and liaising with other internal and external stakeholders the successful candidate will be involved with delivering geospatial applications, products and services; collating and managing data; supporting the Department’s Open Data initiative; and extending the use of GIS and supporting evidence based decision making.

For further details including eligibility requirements, please see the Candidate Information Booklet available on

Closing Date:  3pm Thursday 15th April 2021

We are committed to a policy of equal opportunity and encourage applications under all nine grounds of the Employment Equality Act.

Job Alert! (Feb 2021)


“Sustainable land use - exploring the potential of alternative proteins”

Job Alert! (Feb 2021)

Research Associate (352153)

University of Strathclyde - Accounting and Finance

Applications are invited for the post of Research Associate to work on the inter-disciplinary project entitled "The entrepreneurs who made Glasgow: the city and its businesses 1861-1901".  The project takes some of the factors that are key to understanding city centres in the 21st century and apply them to Glasgow's historical data in order to build a more holistic understanding of the 19th century city. The project will collect large scale data from historical sources i.e., valuation rolls, town directories, and censuses in order to identify business premises, ‘work from home’ entrepreneurs, and demographic details of individuals over time and space. In doing so a detailed picture of Glasgow's spatial, economic and social development during this period will be created.

The project team comprises Professor Graeme Acheson (University of Strathclyde), Dr Linda Perriton (University of Stirling), and Dr Eoin McLaughlin (University College, Cork).  The post is funded by the Leverhulme Trust (RPG-2020-382) and the project funding is held by the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow.

Job Alert! GIS Technician

An Post has a 6 Month temporary assignment available for a suitable GIS Technician candidate. Please check out the website for further details.

IRLOGI Jobs Alert!

OSi are seeking to recruit Level 4 Surveying Team Members (to be based in any of our Regional Offices) and Level 4 Team Member Web GIS specialists (to be based in OSi Headquarters, Phoenix Park).

The competitions are open from Tuesday 4th August and close at 12noon on Tuesday 18th August.

The advertisement will be placed on the Public Appointments Service website and on the Intreo website (Dept of Social Protection). For more information and application steps please contact:

GIS Technician - EDF


EDF Renewables Ltd. is one of the world’s leading renewable energy companies, focusing on wind power, solar and battery storage technology. We develop, build, operate and maintain wind farms, and in the UK we currently have a portfolio of 35 projects, which includes 2 offshore wind farms, as well as the largest battery plant in the UK and we have approximately 965MW of operational wind farms, with a further 2+GW at various stages of progression (consented, planning and development). We are expanding our team in Ireland in this exciting time in the renewable industry.

The GIS Officer will be responsible for the management of the GIS elements of the development business.

This includes hardware, software and resources to ensure that the business maximises the value added from GIS data. Ensuring that the GIS functionality and systems are fit for the current and future needs of the business.



Manage GIS applications and maintain/update as required.

Provide support for in-house GIS systems

Manage GIS data & storage ensuring that it meets industry, legal and internal standards

Ensure that the data is up to date, validated & associated with appropriate internal and external datasets

Create mapping data, and maps customised to team requirements and needs

Provide mapping constraint analysis capability for sourcing renewable energy sites

Ensure that where applicable GIS supports the businesses processes

Provide the GIS expertise for projects with GIS requirements

Production of highly accurate GIS mapping working closely with development teams

All other tasks required in supporting GIS functions; such as map making and specific data collaboration.



Civil Engineering/Surveying/Geographic Information Systems

Computer skills – Office, Excel, Windows, Outlook, Powerpoint Etc

ESRI ArcGIS Desktop 9.3 & 10+ products including MapInfo

Technical drawing – AutoCad would be a distinct advantage

Excellent & detailed record keeping

Ability to write reports

Problem solving/analytical

Very good interpersonal skills


Qualifications and Experience:

An undergraduate degree (minimum Level 7) in Civil Engineering, Geo-Surveying, or Geography. Ideally with additional training or qualification in IT Systems or specifically Geospatial Information Systems

The successful candidate ideally should have prior verifiable experience, minimum of 4years, in a similar role within a large organisation or authority.

Skills/ Competencies:

Civil Engineering/Surveying/Geographic Information Systems

Computer skills – Office, Excel, Windows, Outlook, Powerpoint Etc

ESRI ArcGIS Desktop 9.3 & 10+ products including MapInfo

Technical drawing – AutoCad would be a distinct advantage

Previous knowledge and experience with Engineering/ Work-flow management Programs or Applications, even contract based/bespoke.

Excellent & detailed record keeping

Ability to write reports

Experience of working within Quality driven/ISO compliant systems

Problem solving/analytical

Very good interpersonal skills


Job Types: Full-time, Contract



GIS: 1 year (Preferred)




1 Roseville Naas Kildare Ireland
+353 (0)86 811 0101

Follow Us

© Copyright Irish Organisation for Geographic Information