Esri is hiring smart people with all levels of experience for positions at our headquarters, regional offices, and R&D Centers. Your work will affect the way people live and how organizations solve problems. We offer exceptional benefits, competitive salaries, profit sharing, and a collaborative and stimulating environment. Join us and be part of Esri's mission to make a difference in our world. Check esri.com/careers for a comprehensive listing.
Software Development and ArcGIS Product Engineering
QA Engineer—ArcGIS Enterprise: Design and build the next generation of ArcGIS Enterprise software. Develop, analyze, test, document, and support new releases to identify workflow enhancements and boost overall product quality.
Scrum Master: Join Esri's ArcGIS Runtime SDK team and help product owners define user stories, disable roadblocks, and motivate the team to get to the next level.
Story Map Developer: Design and develop focused, storytelling web apps and lead a team of developers to support overall content.
Map Layout Product Engineer: Do you love maps, cartography, and desktop publishing? Help define and build the page layout and map book functionality in ArcGIS Pro and ArcMap.
Product Manager—Imagery: Be the in-house expert on Esri's imagery offerings, guiding the development of new ArcGIS functionality and extending its reach into new markets.
Professional Services and Consulting
Systems Design Analyst: Employ your technical knowledge and superb customer service skills to consult with users and support their enterprise GIS objectives.
Solution Architect: As an experienced consultant with knowledge of IT frameworks, translate business, operational, and technical requirements into guidelines and specifications that support ArcGIS-based enterprise solutions.
Platform Configuration Engineer: Work closely with customers and Esri partners to identify, design, and certify key GIS workflows for the ArcGIS platform.
Educational Services and Technical Support
Sales Consultant—Training Solutions: Proactively seek out training opportunities from part of Esri's existing customer base by consulting with federal defense and intelligence agencies to clearly understand their needs.
Training Sales Specialist: Leverage your consultative sales experience to enable Esri's state and local government users to fully take advantage of ArcGIS.
Instructor—GIS: Teach Esri software classes in traditional and online instructor-led courses to help customers stay on the leading edge of GIS technology.
Support Analysts: Draw from your extensive GIS knowledge base and collaborate with other team members to help ensure that customers successfully use Esri products to improve their workflows and achieve their organizational goals.
Sales Manager—Manufacturing or SMB Utilities: Lead, develop, and engage sales activities that ensure the attainment of sales goals and company growth.
Account Manager—Manufacturing, Retail, or Local Government: Work with an account team to encourage organizations to adopt and use the ArcGIS platform.
Presales and Solution Engineering
Solution Engineer—Manufacturing or Retail: As a problem solver and natural evangelist, define and deliver strategies to address users' business challenges and clarify how GIS brings value to a company.
Regional Marketing Specialist—Europe: Draw on your excellent communication skills, creativity, and understanding of marketing principles to support Esri's growth in international markets.