This is the 3nd post on developing job skills from the GIS&T BoK. Other posts on this topic:
1. Developing Job Skills from the GIS&T BoK: Part 1
2. Developing Job Skills from the GIS&T BoK: Part 2
3. Developing Job Skills from the GIS&T BoK: Part 3
This is the last post on developing job skills from the Geographic Information Science & Technology Body of Knowledge. The two images below are the final matrices for Geospatial Technicians and Scientists here you will see three additional knowledge area that are not geospatial but are considered important for all technicians and scientists at my agency. You will notice that geospatial technicians are evaluated on four knowledge areas while scientists have the additional Institutional and Organizational knowledge area.
How it works: Find a position of interest by reading across then read down the column, the the numbers correspond to the levels in the job skill knowledge areas previously posted. You will have to open them up (below) to read them. They are too verbose for me to retweet.
Example: Supervisor (Supv)
8+ Years of experience
Design Aspects & Data Modeling (3 – Extensive Experience)
Cartography & Visualization (4 – Subject Matter Depth & Breath)
Analytical Methods (3 – Extensive Experience)
Geospatial Data (4 – Subject Matter Depth & Breath)
Organizational & Institutional (4 – Subject Matter Depth & Breath)