Find Your GIS & Geospatial Job: Career Seminar Ottawa April 9th

Finding a job in geospatial technology can be difficult. That’s why GoGeomatics Canada is bringing back our popular Career Seminar to Ottawa to give job seekers the tools and techniques that will put them ahead in their job search.  Jonathan Murphy, Canada’s geospatial career coach, will share his job hunting skills that will make a difference in your job search.

Ottawa Career Seminar

Date: Saturday, April 9th, 2016
Location: Ottawa Public Library, Main Branch (Room B125)
Time: 9:10am and finish before 1pm
Cost: $80

This half-day career seminar is designed to give young geomatics professionals the tools they need to succeed in the job market. The seminar is particularly focused on those seeking work in GIS, cartography, remote sensing, programming, and other related geospatial fields.

Jonathan Murphy, Managing Director of GoGeomatics Canada, will be sharing his best advice on a successful job search. A wide variety of topics will be covered, including:

  • The geomatics resumejon at podium 174x300 Career Seminars in Toronto & Ottawa: Find Success in the GIS Job Market
  • Assessing your job skills
  • The geomatics cover letter
  • Video Resumes
  • Job search strategies
  • Evaluating a job posting
  • In-demand skills
  • How to get noticed
  • Portfolios
  • The interview
  • How to get ahead
  • Networking
  • LinkedIn and social media

Please register using our secure PayPal system; you only need a credit card. To register, sign in as a job seeker on our home page. Then, go to the products page and choose the Ottawa Career Seminar.

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One Response to “Find Your GIS & Geospatial Job: Career Seminar Ottawa April 9th”

  1. David Boileau

    I am a recent graduate of GIS looking for a way to enter the workforce in my field.


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