Savion, a Shell Group portfolio company operating on a stand-alone basis, is one of the largest, most technologically advanced utility-scale solar and energy storage project development companies in the United States. With a growing portfolio of more than 19 GW, Savion’s diverse team provides comprehensive services at each phase of renewable energy project development, from conception through construction. As part of this full-service model, Savion manages all aspects of development for customers, partners, and project host communities. Savion is committed to helping decarbonize the energy grid by replacing electric power generation with renewable sources and delivering cost-competitive electricity to the marketplace.
Our workplace culture attracts competitive, smart, and fun people. We are committed to the health, fitness, and work-life balance of our employees. Our employees are highly motivated, technically proficient, team-oriented, and committed to renewable energy. We recognize our employees are our most valuable asset and offer highly competitive pay as well as exceptional above-market employee benefits. Balancing work and play is met with generous PTO allowances and 14 paid holidays per year.
- Work closely with our Development, Environmental & Permitting, Engineering and Real Estate teams
- Maintain data in enterprise GIS database to aid in development of renewable energy projects
- Provide GIS and cartographic support to clients and staff
- Generate production quality maps
- Compare disparate data sources, including aerial imagery, shapefiles, KMZs, and spreadsheets, to create authoritative master datasets.
- Review and coordinate data submitted by project development teams to represent Savion’s portfolio on the GIS Portal webmaps
Candidate should have a thorough understanding of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and cartographic principles. Candidate must be organized, an effective communicator, capable of managing multiple tasks, and work effectively with individuals both internally and externally of the office. Attention to detail and the ability to work independently with minimal guidance are essential. Strong computer skills are required, and a familiarity with database-driven applications and interfacing with GIS software.
- Bachelor’s degree in GIS, Geography, Environmental Science, Computer Science, Engineering or other applicable area
- ArcGIS software experience, including familiarity with ArcMap, ArcGIS Pro, and Portal.
- Experience using file and enterprise geodatabases
- Ability to independently solve problems and create solutions
- Attention to detail
- 3-5 years of GIS work experience
- Experience in renewable energy development, project level evaluation, real estate and land records, local and state permitting and environmental studies
- Experience with raster data, spatial analysis, and advanced geoprocessing tools