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Robert Wiley

Columbia, SC, USA

OBJECTIVE: To secure a position that utilizes and further develops my skill sets in geography, database
management, and roadway data inventory.

Bachelor of Science in Geography - Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Concentration
Achieved May 2007
The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA 16802

SCDOT: 955 Park St, Columbia, SC 29201
GIS Analyst: July 2017 – June 2021
Duties include the following, but
are not limited to:
 Updating the SCDOT Roadway Inventory Management System (RIMS) for
modifications in local route systems
 Creating Posting Advice documents for the GIS Department, which outlines what
changes should be made to the local route systems in the SCDOT Integrated
Transportation Management System (ITMS)
 Maintaining tracking sheets and records of route modifications
 Reporting changes to routes affected by the Federal Highway Administration's Highway
Performance Monitoring System (HPMS)
 Communicating route systems issues with management and working towards finding
viable solutions

ESP Associates, P.A.: 3475 Lakemont Blvd, Fort Mill, SC 29708
GIS Analyst: April 2016 – June 2017
 Performed daily GIS tasks through use of ESRI ArcGIS software
 Responsible for performing flood risk analysis for multiple North Carolina counties and
provided results to the client in subsequent maps and figures
 In charge of processing and maintaining storm water master drainage inventory
geodatabase for the City of Mooresville, North Carolina
 Lead researcher for a Discovery project to assess flood risk potential and flood hazard
mitigation needs for parts of seven South Carolina counties
 Directly corresponded with county and community stakeholders to gain understanding of
flood hazard risks within their respective communities

AECOM: 12420 Milestone Center Drive, Suite 150, Germantown, MD 20876
Project Manager; GIS Specialist: February 2010 – January 2016
 Performed daily GIS tasks through use of ESRI ArcGIS software
 Task Manager for all FEMA Risk MAP mapping tasks for GIS Specialist group within
the AECOM Germantown office
 Regularly created and updated spatial databases and GIS shapefiles within ArcGIS and
 Produced FEMA RiskMAP Flood Risk Products in accordance with HAZUS software
 Published spatial metadata in XML format to be used in database submittals
 Developed depth and analysis grids through use of ArcGIS 3D Analyst tool set
 Routinely performed QA/QC on FEMA DFIRM Products and Flood Risk Products
produced in-house and from outside contractors
 Facilitated daily communications between Project Managers and GIS mapping staff
 Point of contact for technical support concerning office mapping tools

Michael Baker Jr., Inc.: 300 American Metro Blvd, Hamilton Township, NJ 08619
GIS Associate: August 2007 – February 2010
 Performed geographical spatial analysis on a daily basis using ArcGIS software
 Created and revised FEMA flood hazard maps through use of MapMod DFIRM tools
 Updated and maintained tracking database for NJDOT State Route inventory within
Microsoft Access and Excel
 Processed and analyzed data for Mississippi DOT Statewide Video-Based Roadway
Inventory project through use of GIS software
 Routinely performed QA/QC on collected 3D imagery and GIS files for New Jersey
statewide roadway data collection
 Performed roadway 3D feature extraction for 2008 and 2009 NJDOT Straight Line
Diagram CD-ROM
 Contributed to various types of field work for NJDOT Traffic Monitoring System

Busch Entertainment Corporation: 100 Sesame Road, Langhorne, PA 19047
Operations Assistant Manager: March 2006 – August 2007
 Directly supervised performance of Operations Unit and Area Supervisors
 Responsible for developing 150 employees’ weekly schedules in Microsoft Excel
 Handled and composed accident investigations related to park operations
Operations Area Supervisor: June 2004 - March 2006
 Responsible for daily staffing of park operations
 Maintained employee record sheets in Microsoft Access
 Facilitated communications between line employees and managers
Operations Unit Supervisor: March 2003 – June 2004
 Directly supervised performance of aquatic line employees
 Utilized interpersonal and problem solving skills in guest satisfaction

 SCDOT Roadway Inventory Management System (RIMS)
 SCDOT Integrated Transportation Management System (ITMS)
 Microsoft Office Suite
 Windows File Explorer
 Google Earth
 ESRI ArcGIS software
 GIS data QA/QC
 Trimble GPS
 Strong leadership qualities
 Good communication and technical writing skills
 Able to work well in a team environment
 Capable of multitasking and adhering to deadlines

Robert Wiley

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