Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Internship // (Fall 2015 – 8/20 to 12/10)
Great opportunity for someone to gain great exposure to multi-faceted research, marketing, and GIS analysis working for a local growing company with numerous projects across the US. We are looking for a self-driven, detail-oriented, entrepreneurial candidate for a fall semester internship (potential for longer-term) with a desire to see and experience multiple sides of the GIS and commercial real estate industry. Candidate will get to work with Esri’s ArcGIS Business Analyst and ArcGIS Online. The selected candidate will work directly with the various partners at Beitz and Daigh Geographics to assist with the following key responsibilities:
Geo-spatial real estate market data mining (i.e. demographic profiles, retailer gap research, traffic patterns, growth projections, etc.) including interpretation, compilation, and incorporation into presentations.
General company marketing and social media strategy execution.
GIS data gathering, location analysis, map creation for print and on the web.
Candidate will need to demonstrate the following skills:
Ability to work well in a team environment
Ability to multi-task
Ability to give great attention to detail
Proficiency in Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, and Excel
Familiarity with Esri products including ArcGIS Desktop and Business Analyst Online
Hours: 12-20 hours per week (depending on student’s schedule)
Graduate and undergraduates are welcome to apply. This is an unpaid position; however, interns may be eligible for obtaining academic credit for this internship. If you are a University of South Carolina student, check here to see if you qualify and follow the necessary procedures: http://www.sc.edu/career/InAcademicCredit/index.html
Send resumes and inquires to firstname.lastname@example.org
The ideal candidate will have a career interest in Real Estate and/or Geographic Information Systems
Candidate will gain valuable experience helping with projects for the following clients: National Land Realty, Eastdil Secured (owned by Wells Fargo), and a new local retail commercial real estate start-up.