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Career Opportunities at Esri

Esri is actively recruiting smart people with all levels of experience who get the job done. These positions represent openings at our headquarters in Redlands, California, as well as our regional offices, and offer you a great opportunity to work with the best in our profession. We provide exceptional benefits, competitive salaries, profit sharing, a collaborative team environment, and much more. Join Esri and make a difference. Check www.esri.com/careers for a comprehensive listing.

Software Development and ArcGIS Product Development

As part of a development team at Esri, you will help build leading-edge software in areas including 2D and 3D visualization and spatial analysis, robust server-based GIS, enterprise solutions, and database and applications development. Your contributions will have a real impact on the next generation of our innovative geospatial technology.

Software Development Programmer, Mapping Systems—Join our core mapping team and help build industry-leading mapping components and desktop mapping applications.

Senior Raster Product Engineer—Work with development and product engineer leads to design, test, and document imagery and raster capabilities in ArcGIS.

Web GIS Application Developer—Bring geographic information to life by designing, developing, and maintaining public-facing Web mapping sites and applications.

GIS Services

Collaborate with our customers to support innovative database and applications development, service-oriented architecture, and enterprise software solutions. The variety of project work enables you to use your GIS expertise and software development, database engineering, and project management skills in a number of growing markets.

Consultant/Project Manager, Natural Resources/Environmental—Help clients transform real-world needs into GIS technology-driven solutions using Esri's enterprise GIS technology.

Imagery Scientist—Be an imagery subject matter expert within Esri and part of the public face of our imagery technology and vision; help guide our internal imagery strategy.

Educational Services and Technical Support

Share your knowledge and passion for GIS with our customers around the world. Help them continue to learn about GIS and Esri technology, whether by teaching a class in our regional offices, developing content for a Web course, or providing world-class technical support.

RDBMS Instructors (Washington, D.C., and San Antonio, Texas)—Apply your teaching skills and RDBMS experience to help our customers stay up-to-date on the latest Esri technology.

Support Analysts (Redlands, California, and Charlotte, North Carolina)—Resolve technical issues on the implementation and use of desktop GIS, server systems, and database applications or with specific programming tasks.

Sales

Use your technical experience, consulting skills, and results-driven focus to sell solutions, not just features and functions. Support our customers' ongoing needs for spatial technology in high-growth areas, including commercial business, utilities, petroleum, state and local government, defense, and the federal government.

Account Executives—Are you a top-performing sales executive who wants to continue building a winning career? Opportunities are available in a number of domains and in all our regional offices.

Business Development Managers, Commercial and Federal—Build relationships with new high-potential partners and continue to advance relationships with existing partners.

Solutions Architects (multiple locations)—Design and implement enterprise systems and solutions that demonstrate the business value of our geospatial technology.

Marketing

A career in marketing at Esri is a unique opportunity to apply your creative, strategic, and tactical skills to educate people around the world about the benefits of GIS. The work we do delivers value to our customers in innovative ways.

Product Marketing Analyst—Play an important role in demonstrating the benefits of GIS by developing demos, recording videos, and creating screen captures to market Esri technology.

Engineering Industry Marketing Specialist—Develop and execute specific industry marketing plans and programs to grow the use of GIS in the engineering market.

Print Publications Writer/Editor—Use your strong writing talent and significant experience with Esri software to contribute to our quarterly publications, ArcNews and ArcUser.

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To learn about Esri-related career opportunities outside the United States, contact your area's international distributor (www.esri.com/distributor).

 
 
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