Hello, The person being interviewed already knows basic GIS. Below are some Q to see if they are ready to deal with real world GIS projects. Can you describe the differences between topology and topography? If you are working on a project to find X, where location must be within N units, and you had data from Z,Q and K, would you need to find more data for the project? Or would you have all the data that is needed? A. Maybe. Don't know until review the metadata and compare to project requirements. What are some ways that GIS projects fail? Sent from my iPhone Holly Glaser On Apr 26, 2012, at 10:38 AM, "SLOOP, JOSEPH B" <sloopjb@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > Listserv, > I am looking for examples of interview questions for a GIS Analyst position. > I would be grateful for any help. Thanks in advance and sorry for any cross > postings. > > Cheers, > > > Joseph Sloop > Geographic Information Officer > MapForsyth | City-County Geographic Information Office > P.O. Box 757 > Winston-Salem, NC 27102 > P (336) 703-2303 > F (336) 727-2369 > sloopjb@xxxxxxxxxx > > > NOTE: This is a Forsyth County operated e-mail system. ALL e-Mail > communication is subject to be accessed by the news media and the public > pursuant to the Public Records Law of North Carolina.