CAREERS

Land IQ is a multidisciplinary environmental consulting firm that emphasizes a solution-oriented approach for a broad range of clients and geographies. We offer competitive compensation, complete benefits packages, 401K, and training and development opportunities. Our Sacramento office is centrally located in northern California in a thriving region of culture and arts and in close proximity to a full range of recreational activities associated with the Sierra Nevada and Coastal mountains, scenic rivers, pacific coast and California foothills.

Land IQ values and seeks the best in our industry.  Even when we are not actively filling positions, we welcome resumes from professionals.

Land IQ, LLC is seeking a Geospatial Programmer/Analyst in its Sacramento, California office with a specialization in geospatial programming and data driven analytics in Python for agricultural and other land use applications. The successful candidate will be responsible for working with our growing geospatial team comprised of remote sensing/GIS experts and a range of agronomic, environmental, and other land-based science disciplines. Applicants must have strong analytical and GIS skills and an exceptionally strong understanding of Python programming.  Click here to view the job description.

Land IQ is seeking an Agronomist/Soil Scientist in its Sacramento, California office. Applicants must have strong fundamentals in western cropping systems, salinity and irrigation management, soil science and geographic information systems (GIS).  A strong knowledge in field sampling methods and data analysis is required. The applicant must also have excellent communication skills, and a demonstrated ability to manage multiple tasks, perform work on-time and within budget resources. A strong work ethic for both field and office-based tasks is imperative. General knowledge of the geospatial analysis field is a plus. Click here to view the job description.

Land IQ is seeking a GIS/Science Intern in its Sacramento, California office for a minimum of a 3-month internship. This position is expected to be part to full time, with full time being preferred. The successful Intern candidate will be responsible for working with our growing geospatial and land-based sciences team comprised of remote sensing/GIS experts and a range of agronomic, environmental, and science disciplines. Click here to view the job description.