* Post your GIS job * Find GIS gurus for your organization * Post your GIS resume * Find your dream job *

gis jobs clearinghouse
Home Browse Jobs Browse Resumes Job Seekers Employers GIS Resources

Resume Details: Patrick Flaherty

Address :

43019 Clarno Rd Fossil OR USA

Email :


Web :


Phone :
Fax :

Willng to Relocation :
Desire Location:
Date Available :
Desire job Title::
Data Manager, GIS Analyst, Researcher, Report Writer
Year of Experience:

Education :
Clemson University, Forest Management 1992 B.S.

University of Wyoming, Geography 2000 M.A.

“Effect of vegetation on the impact of a severe blowdown in the Southern Rocky Mountains, USA”, Baker, W.L., Flaherty, P.H., et al. Forest Ecology and Management
GIS Skills :
ArcGIS, Python, ArcCatalog, ArcToolbox, Access, SQL, GeoDatabases, Spatial Analyst
Work Experience :

NACASI Wildlife Biologist: 40 hours a week
Private and State of Oregon Timberlands in Coast Range
Dallas, OR
May 6, 2016- July 15, 2016
Worked for National Council of Air and Stream Improvement as a Wildlife Biologist. Surveyed for birds in recent clearcuts and documented existing vegetation. Collected weather information of wind, humidity and temperature. Recorded visual and vocal characteristics of over 40 species of forest birds in and around past timber cuts. Used forest map, satellite imagery and Garmin GPS unit to find fixed points. Recorded data on data sheets and entered into Excel the species found during 10 minutes intervals. Identified local vascular plant species and measured heights of saplings and dead tree snags at each point; entered data into a spreadsheet. Coordinated with co-workers for pick up and drop off using one field vehicle and arrived at transects within 10 minutes of sunrise, often before 6 AM.
Supervisor: Jake Verschuyl- 360-391-4988

UPS Seasonal Help

Portland, Oregon, Christmas season parcel helper. Dec 10th-Jan. 3rd 2016

NACASI Wildlife Biologist: 40 hours a week
Chemult Ranger District, Chemult, OR
April 25, 2015- to August 5, 2015
Worked for National Council of Air and Stream Improvement as a Wildlife Biologist. Surveyed for Black-Backed Woodpeckers with playback tape. Recorded visual, drumming, and vocal characteristics of Black-Backed Woodpeckers. Also documented other woodpecker species. Used forest map and Garmin GPS unit to find transects. Recorded data on data sheets and entered data in excel spreadsheets. Hiked into transects and walked to 15 separate points for audio playback located 250 meters apart. Used reloscope to measure tree volumes at 40 Basal Area Factor from plot center on 8 points within each transect. Recorded tree diameters and heights and documented defects. Identified local vascular plant species and measured heights and diameters of dead tree snags within 16 meters radius; entered data into a spreadsheet. Coordinated with co-worker for pick up and drop off using one field vehicle and arrived at transects within 10 minutes of sunrise, often before 6 AM.
Supervisor: Jake Verschuyl- 360-391-4988

Forest Service Volunteer, Wildlife Program
Chemult Ranger District, Chemult, OR
October 2014- to November 2015
Assisted in flagging proposed fence line for cattle exclusion from a wetland on Antelope Allotment, Used Garmin GPS Unit, GIS Field Maps and Compass to flag route of future fence construction. Worked in wind and cold rain on steep and wet ground conditions.

Science Information Specialist(GS-11, step 7) 40 hours per week Inventory and Monitoring Program Data Manager
October 14th 2003- 2014
National Park Service, Appalachian Highlands Network(I&M Program) Asheville, NC
Supervisor: Robert Emmott 828-407-5657 Robert_Emmott@nps.gov
Database Design
Data Manager for all newly created inventory information, legacy datasets and monitoring data for the Appalachian Highlands Network

Data Manager(GS-11) Detail- 40 hours per week
August-November 2007
National Park Service, Sierra Nevada Network Stationed at Sequoia National Park
Three Rivers, CA
Supervisor: Linda Mutch (559) 565-3174 Linda_Mutch@nps.gov
Data Manager detail to help to finish the network data management plan for all newly created, archived and legacy inventory and monitoring data for guiding future park data management. Assisted with high elevation lake monitoring protocol in developing SOPs for data management and reporting. Provided training to Network employees on NPS Metadata Tools and Editor.

Cartographer(GS-9) 40 hours a week
July14th,2002-October 2003
National Park Service, Pinnacles National Monument Paicines, CA
Supervisor: Tom Leatherman (925) 838-0249 Tom_Leatherman@nps.gov
GIS/ Database Design
Head cartographer responsible for map production, metadata and database management.

Cartographic Tech (GS-7) Full Time Term Employee
September 24,2001-July12th,2002
National Park Service, Yellowstone National Park
Mammoth Hot Springs, WY
Supervisor: Lane Cameron (Retired NPS) Lives in Bozeman, MT, Presently is involved with Yellowstone Safari Company: 406-586-1155, office@yellowstonesafari.com
Cartographer and Database manager for the Inventory and Monitoring program (GRYE) comprised of three parks (YELL, GRTE, and BICA). Created GIS layers from latitude, longitude coordinates, linked Access tables with GIS layers.

GIS Management Specialist
August 1 2000–September 2001
ACS Contractor, Bureau of Reclamation, Burley, ID Supervisors: Gary Young and Jim Oakleaf 307-760-2726 $33,500/year salary GS-9 level 40 hours a week
ACS contractor by the Bureau of Reclamation working in the Snake River Office, East in Burley, ID.
Responsible for spatial data creation, data storage, creating maps, and performing analyses on spatial data for creating a GIS database for
use in a Resource Management Plan. Acquired, edited, created and analyzed a variety of themes relevant to the BOR management of A&B and Minidoka irrigation districts and adjoining lands in a 15 USGS quadrangle area.

Regional Technical Specialist
February 2000-June 2000
Electronic Data Solutions, Jerome, ID Supervisor: Linda Dean (208) 324-8006 $28,000/year salary 40 hours a week
Salesman for field data collection equipment specializing in Trimble GPS units specifically, Pro XR/XRS, GeoExplorer 2 and 3, Laser Technology Impulse Lasers, Mapstar compass module, and ESRI ArcView 3.2 software.

Forestry Technician (GS-5) Seasonal-40 hours a week
May 1999-October 1999 USDA Forest Service
Pacific Northwest Research Station, Juneau, AK Supervisor: Mike McClellan (907) 586-8811
Field technician for documenting data such as forest tree and plant species identification, Diameter Breast Height, Tree Height in a hectare plot. Used aerial photos, compass, topographic maps, and GPS in finding plot locations. Used clinometer for calculating tree heights, used logging tape to determine tree DBH (75%). Used quality controls for data collection and organized pre- and post trip data collection tools. Used Unix operating system for field data entry into the computer database (10%). Worked on epicormic branching study and tree ring analysis study(5%).


Copyright @ GIS JOBS


Recommend us to friends

Contact us: