Jasmine joined Geo-Logic as a part-time employee in March 2009. She has a background in physical geography and completed a BSc (Geog) at Canterbury University in 2000. After leaving university Jasmine worked as an assistant seismologist in Australia, before returning to New Zealand to start her family.
Throughout her time at university, Jasmine developed a keen interest in the field of GIS. Since beginning at Geo-Logic she has continued to develop her skills in this area, creating site plans and maintaining the geodatabase for Geo-Logic projects.
GIS technology provides invaluable information and helps to answer questions and solve problems by looking at data in a way that is quickly understood and easily shared. Not only does GIS accelerate the site-analysis process, it also allows site design and engineering professionals the ability to create a recognisable base to which property owners and developers can relate. GIS is a rapidly-advancing field and I am looking forward to utilising and developing the technology at Geo-Logic.
• Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
• Varied field experience, both in New Zealand and Australia
• GIS Technician and Developer, Geo-Logic Ltd, Mar 2009 – present
Education and Qualifications
• Bachelor of Science (Geog) Canterbury University, Christchurch, New Zealand – 2000
Project Experience Summary
• Drafting site plans using ESRI GIS software for projects in the Nelson-Tasman region (2009)
• Development and maintenance of Geo-Logic GIS Geodatabase for geotechnical data and applications (2009)