Career Opportunities

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.

Software Development and ArcGIS Product Engineering

3D Software Engineer—ArcGIS Pro Mapping: Work on sophisticated 3D functionality that enhances Esri’s existing products, contributes to new technologies, and delivers valuable results to Esri users.

Software Developer—Imagery: Build industry-leading software that allows ArcGIS server and desktop apps to work with rich geospatial imagery and data.

Search and Geocoding Product Engineer: Help design the next generation of geocoding for the ArcGIS platform and ensure that it meets the Esri community’s geocoding and geosearch needs.

StreetMap Premium Product Engineer: Contribute to advancing the street data that powers high-quality cartographic maps, accurate geocoding, and optimized routing.

Apps Product Engineer: Look beyond the traditional uses of GIS and create compelling native geospatial apps that work across a variety of platforms.

Cartographer: Help build the Living Atlas of the World. Create stunning new designs and publish cutting-edge online maps and layers that support a broad array of uses.

Product Management

Product Manager—Utility Network: Introduce and evangelize Utility Network—a new feature in ArcGIS Pro for managing utility and telecommunications network data—to Esri users, partners, and internal staff.

Professional Services and Consulting

Technical Consultant—Law Enforcement: Employ your GIS skills and expertise in public safety to help law enforcement agencies around the world implement Esri’s enterprise platform.

Educational Services and Technical Support

Instructors—GIS: Teach Esri software courses in traditional or online instructor-led classrooms to help users stay on the front line of GIS technology.

Course Developer: Leverage your GIS experience and work with the latest Esri software and subject matter experts to design, develop, and maintain instructor-led and web-based training materials.

Geodatabase Analyst: Provide high-quality technical support to users and employ Esri tools and other related technologies to resolve technical issues with enterprise GIS servers.

Business Development

Team Lead—Local Government: Lead an account team in promoting the use of ArcGIS in the local government sphere. Strategically participate in all stages of the sales life cycle while providing effective coaching and support to team members.

Account Manager—Electric and Gas: Help organizations in the electric and gas industries leverage geospatial information and technology by articulating the strengths and value propositions of the ArcGIS platform.

Account Manager—Veterans Affairs: Use your wide-ranging knowledge about veterans’ affairs to envision, develop, and implement location strategies for related organizations.

Presales and Solution Engineering

Solution Engineers—Multiple Domains: Help customers in one of several different fields adopt the ArcGIS platform by proactively crafting and proposing solutions that clarify how GIS addresses and solves critical business challenges.


Global Marketing Manager: Be Esri’s global brand advocate and drive international growth by extending marketing programs through the Esri Global Distributor network.

Industry Managers—Multiple Domains: Develop and oversee the implementation of global go-to-market strategies to drive growth in new and existing markets.