Nathan Goretzky



Regina, SK.

Professional Summary

Accomplished professional with a solid history of achievement and professionalism in the work force. Motivated leader with strong organizational skills, who enjoys helping and teaching others. Displays a high degree of respect for the safety and first aid of others. Seen as a volunteer and a role model in the community. Excels in university courses related to computer drafting, Geographic Information Systems (GIS), meteorology, hydrology and geomorphology.



University of Regina, Regina, SK.                                               Conferred September 26, 2018

Bachelor of Science, Geography


Relevant Classes

GEOG 409, Advanced Spatial Analysis. using ArcGIS and statistics to solve spatial problems. This is done by creating predictive surfaces (Empirical Bayesian Kriging and Inverse distance weighting) as well as creating multivariable weighted maps. The knowledge that I gained in this class allow me to do more advanced GIS spatial analysis, like creating preferred allocation site maps.


GEOG 303, Geographical Information Systems and Science. Creating and modifying geodatabases in ArcCatalog. Importing XY tabula spatial data. solving spatial issues using vector analysis methods. This is applicable by giving me the skills necessary to input update and maintain GIS data products.


GEOG 207, Map and Air Photo Interpretation. techniques used in creation of map from air photos. Also taught me the use of different map projections.


Work Experience


G & C Imaging Solutions, Lumsden, SK.                      Summer 2017 to Present

Co-owner and Operator

Relevant work duties

-responsible for georeferencing areal photos

-responsible for the conversion of data points into the Canada grid system and back into latitude and longitude

-responsible for the utilization of different vegetation indexes in order to create actionable maps

-responsible for the dissemination of the created maps and ensuring that the clients understood how the data could be utilized


City of Regina, Regina, SK                                                      May 2012 to Present

Lead Lifeguard

-examine injured persons and administer first aid or cardiopulmonary resuscitation using training and medical supplies and equipment

-responsible for managing fellow lifeguards to ensure tasks are completed and that guards remain focused and alert


Areas of Competency


Problem Solving

Time Management

Following Direction

Health and Safety

Team Work

Learning/Utilizing New Skills


Licences/ Certifications


AutoCAD Proficiency 2009

First Aid/ CPR-C/ AED

Work Place and Hazardous Information System

Driver License Level 2 Class 5

Civil and Commercial UAS Training course

Restricted Radio Operator- Aeronautical



Available Upon Request

  • Updated 2 years ago

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