Seeking Position as …
GIS ANALYST or TECHNICIAN
Prepared to Meet Customer Needs for Data, Data Management, and Services Brings training and experience in geodatabase research and data management enhanced with field data gathering and analysis skills. Experienced at collaborating with Hydrology professionals. Offers Certifications in C# Programming and SQL as well as technical fluency in ESRI ArcGIS. Delivers technical proficiency in database management application programming and development, including web-based GIS. Collaborative team player who also works well in self-managed environments.
“Ryan was a hardworking student. In many of his class assignments, he demonstrated great accuracy and independence that is superior to many of his peers…. He also has an excellent communication skill.” Dr. Opeyemi Zubair, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Geography and GIS TRAINED & EXPERIENCED IN:
Geospatial Data Research & Analysis (Raster & Vector) Spatial Analysis Field Data Acquisition & Analysis Hydrology
GIS Programming & Development Web-Based GIS
Cartographic Presentations Physiography & Geomorphology Technology: ESRI ArcGIS, SQL, C#, .NET Framework, CAD, MS Office (Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint, Outlook) EDUCATION & CERTIFICATIONS
Bachelor of Science, Geography & Geographic Information Systems, Tarleton State University – Stephenville, TX, May 2020
o Founding Officer & Risk Management Officer, Tarleton GIS Club – Fostered student interest, gained approval, and launched all-new GIS Program association to provide a student support network, field trips, and convention attendance opportunities.
o Lead GIS Technician for joint GIS and Hydrologic Engineering Project – See Experience.
Certified, C# Programming
Associate in Science (A.S.), General Studies, Weatherford College – Weatherford, TX, 2016 RELEVANT EXPERIENCE
Lead GIS Technician, Independent Research Project with Dr. Kartik Venkataraman, Engineering & Computer Science Dept. at Tarleton State University June – October, 2019 Recommended to paid research position by faculty to examine the causes of arsenic poisoning in a region of West Texas. Gathered field data regarding hydrological units of the area, soil particle size, and soil permeability for joint GIS and Hydrological Engineering project. Presented weekly observations and analyses to Hydrology & Engineering researchers, including Dr. Venkataraman.
Presenter, GPS/Geocaching Module for Boy Scouts of America, Tarleton State University Community Outreach Event Led 30 Boy Scouts through geocaching training and exercises to help them earn their GPS and Geocaching badges. RYAN HUFF