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Jody Fitzgerald

Bryan, TX, USA

OBJECTIVE:

Experienced leader seeking a responsible position making use of my knowledge and skills in GIS Analysis, Remote Sensing, or Facilities Maintenance and Planning.

SUMMARY:

• Fourteen years of increasing experience, expertise, and responsibility in GIS Analysis and Remote Sensing applications.
• Five years leveraging GIS and Remote Sensing applications in support of Marine Corps’ Facilities Management Branch (FSMB) and the Navy’s Asset Utilization Branch.
• Active GISP (Geographic Information Systems Professional) Certification GISCI #90678
• Active Secret Clearance.

EMPLOYMENT:

MCB Butler, Okinawa, Japan
Facility Planner
Reed Charters LLC, 6618 Gordon Ave, Falls Church, VA 22046
11/ 2017 – Present

• Performs day to day management of assigned installation facility planning efforts, involving multiple projects and stakeholders as part of the MCICOM Infrastructure Reset (IR) strategy plan.
• As Regional Facility Planner co-lead team to review and reconcile Basic Facility Requirements from all other MCICOM regions and provide QA/QC measures as needed.
• Create standardized Category Code Number (CCN) worksheets in accordance with the Unified Facility Criteria for Navy and Marine Corp (02-000-05N) and Marine Corp Installations (MCICOM) BFR Consistency Guide used across all Marine Corps.
• Orchestrate collaboration efforts with subject matter experts (active-duty and organizational leads) to ensure facilities meet the standards for the unit’s mission requirements.
• Evaluate facility data to determine the suitability of USMC facilities (Asset Evaluations) and developed the basic facility requirements for each USMC operational unit and organizations on USMC bases.
• Conduct site surveys for Asset Evaluations (AE) to evaluate the suitability of USMC facilities, make changes to the CCN as necessary and ensure the proper documentation to support any changes.
• Facilitates and enforces quality control efforts for the consultant support team, with emphasis on accuracy and reliability of the installations planning data.


Naval Air Station Kingsville, TX
Senior GIS Analyst
Critigen, LLC, 7555 East Hampden Ave, Suite 415, Denver CO, 80231
08/2017 – 11/2017

• Serves as Senior GIS Analyst to the Southeast GeoReadiness Center (GRC) Manager providing mapping services and spatial analysis to 5 installations throughout the Southeast Regions NAS Kingsville, TX area of operation.
• Provides technological analysis, field data verification, and new data collection in compliance with the Navy Data Model, Spatial data Standards for Facilities, Infrastructure, and Environment (SDSFIE), and NAVFAC standard operating procedures.
• Works closely with the installation Real Property Accountable Officer (RPAO), Facilities Maintenance Director (FMD), Planners, and other NAVFAC personnel to ensure GIS datasets and INFADS (Internet Navy Facility Assets Data Store) records coincide per the Financial Improvement Audit Readiness (FIAR) program.
• Uses Aerial Imagery and Lidar to create custom DEMs and 3D models as necessary for analysis used in support of installation planning and management.

Naval Base Kitsap Bangor, WA
Senior GIS Analyst
Velosys, LLC, 18804 Front St., Suite 200, Poulsbo, WA 98370
10/2015 – 08/2017

• Serves as Senior GIS Analyst to the Northwest GeoReadiness Center (GRC) Manager providing mapping services and spatial analysis to over 12 installations throughout the Northwest Region.
• Provides administration and map production support for the Navy’s GeoReadiness Explorer (GRX) with 16 installation and regional web-based maps.
• As the NAVFAC NE Subject Matter Expert (SME) to the Navy Data Model (NDM) 4.0 effort, ensures implementation and maintenance of GIS data protocols and standards (SDSFIE) comply with NAVFAC and industry standards.
• Serves as a first contact resource for GRX users by providing training, help, and support in utilizing the GRX web-based system to view and analyze data.
• As a GIS professional and contractor, serves as a geospatial Subject Matter Expert to ensure the client’s requirements are met and to consult on production, collection, data modeling, analysis, and dissemination tasks and activities.
• Works closely with the installation Real Property Accountable Officer (RPAO), Facilities Maintenance Director (FMD), Planners, and other NAVFAC personnel to ensure GIS datasets and INFADS (Internet Navy Facility Assets Data Store) records coincide per the Financial Improvement Audit Readiness (FIAR) program.
• Conducts Line of Site analysis as required using collected Aerial Imagery and Lidar data to build custom DEMs and terrestrial 3D modeling as needed.

MCB Butler, Okinawa Japan
Senior GIS Analyst
Critigen, LLC, 7555 East Hampden Ave, Suite 415, Denver CO, 80231
11/2012 – 10/2015

• As Provost Marshals Office (PMO) Team Lead, manage up to eight people in the collection, analysis, and implementation of GIS datasets and Imagery for use in a Military E911 Dispatch center.
• Serve as SME and manager for off-base and E911 emergency GIS datasets and relevant imagery and ensure datasets meet all SDSFIE specifications.
• Report to Marine Corps Installations Pacific (MCIPAC) and Marine Corps Base (MCB) Camp Butler Leadership on PMO GIS needs and tasking.
• Assist PMO, Criminal Investigation Department (CID), NCIS, in GIS based crime analysis and create relevant cartographic and tabular documents as requested.
• Provide GIS expertise in support of Marine Corps Installations Pacific Command (MCIPAC) Emergency Operations Center and Commanding General Staff.
• Serve as MCB Butler PMO Map Viewer and PMO Crime Analysis expert and instructor, responsible for the training of all Dispatch Center and PMO personnel in these tools use and functionality.
• Ensures E911 Dispatch Center and PMO maintains GIS analysis and location finding capabilities during typhoons or other emergency situations.
• Coordinates division of effort between Provost Marshals Office to include Fire and Emergency response with Facilities Services Maintenance Branch and other GIS data providers.
• Oversee the collection of 390000+ GPS referenced imagery used in off-base landmark identification and creation.
• Use Aerial Imagery and Lidar to create custom DEMs and 3D models for use in flood modeling, line of site analysis, and emergency response planning.
• Writes and maintains procedural and process evaluation documentation.
• Mentors and trains junior GIS and collection personnel in proper GIS analysis and collection procedures.

Orlando, FL
GIS Analyst
SAIC/CAE 12901 Science Dr, Orlando, FL
08/2009 – 11/2012

• Design, layout, and produce GIS datasets and cartographic outputs for use in 3D simulation environments.
• Responsible for the importation, generation, and manipulation of vector and raster datasets for input into a simulation database developed in support of a production team.
• Collect, process, analyze, clip and mosaic satellite and aerial imagery datasets, DEMs, and terrain vectors; ensuring proper coverage, datum, and projection.
• Serve as a geospatial data content developer for the production of visual and common environment database products.
• Create and review TLM50s, TLM100s, JOG-As, CADRGs, in support of DOD training initiatives.
• Troubleshoot tool and database errors and implement test and inspection processes.
• Writes and maintains procedural documentation.
• Mentors junior GIS Analysts and trains personnel in proper map making processes.

RESPONSIBLILITIES:

Senior GIS Analyst serving as a mentor, instructor, analyst, Subject Matter Expert (SME), or consultant providing clients with reliable, actionable data or other GIS solutions. Assist SE GRC personnel in the collection and analysis of geographic data for Naval Facilities Region SE’s needs. Produce timely and accurate maps and GIS datasets. Use extensive knowledge of geospatial information, imagery, and personal or enterprise geodatabases as required for collection, analysis, and training purposes. Act as Liaison between Installation and other DoD data providers or customers.

EDUCATION:

Graduate Certificate in Geographic Information Systems.
810 O&M Building, Department of Geography, Texas A&M University, 2009
College Station, Texas 77843-3147, U.S.A.

Graduate Certificate in Remote Sensing.
810 O&M Building, Department of Geography, Texas A&M University, 2008
College Station, Texas 77843-3147, U.S.A.

BA in Theater with concentrations in Acting, Lighting, and Sound Design, University of New Mexico, 2002.
1 University of New Mexico
Albuquerque, NM 87131

TRAINING:

ESRI Portal for ArcGIS, 2016
ESRI Understanding ArcGIS Workflow Manager, 2016
Consolidated Emergency Response System Address Integration and Maintenance Plan Training, SPAWAR Systems Center Atlantic, 2015
FEMA IS-00922 Applications of GIS for Emergency Management, Emergency Management Institute, 2015
FEMA IS-103 Geospatial Information Systems Specialist, Emergency Management Institute, 2015
Monaco Enterprises, Emergency Management Systems Training, 2014
ESRI Users Conference and Workshops, San Diego, CA, 2006
WMD Proliferation, Terrorism, and Response Course, Defense Nuclear Weapons School, 2006
Nuclear Weapons Orientation course, Defense Nuclear Weapons School, 2005
Demystifying ArcView, GISA, Ft. Meade, MD, 2005
Conversant with a wide variety of internet strategies, UNIX and Windows operating systems as well as various application packages, databases, source data formats, and mapping and plotting tools such as: PowerPoint, Excel, Word, Anchory, Hybrid, Runback, Semester, UIS, Oil Stock, ArcView GIS 3.2a, ArcGIS 9.1, ArcGIS 9.2, ArcGIS 9.3, ArcGIS 10.2, ArcGIS 10.3, ArcPro, ArcOnline, ArcInfo, ArcMap, ArcScene, ArcGlobe, Arc 3D, ArcEditor, ArcSDE, PLTS, ArcPortal, AutoCad, VLS, Lidar Analyst, Erdas Imagine, Global Mapper, ENVI 4.5, ENVI ZOOM, ENVI IDL, CYCLONE, Quickbird, Ikonos, SPOT, Landsat, Geo TIFF, Mr. SID, NITF, and Google Earth.

Jody Fitzgerald

Posted 2019-08-12 under Government