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
Software Developer—Raster: Join a fast-paced, high-performance project team that assists with the development of complex, state-of-the-art software systems for airborne and space synthetic aperture radar (SAR) applications.
Software Developer—Cartography: Create an end-to-end cartographic desktop publishing experience in ArcGIS Pro that enables users to produce professional-quality mapping products.
Software Developer—3D Analysis: Use your experience in 2D and 3D programming to design and develop world-class software products that support urban planners, architects, engineers, and others who work with geographic information.
Mapping Product Engineer: As part of the mapping team within the core ArcGIS Desktop group, combine your cartography expertise with your programming skills to help build the next generation of mapping and symbology tools in ArcGIS.
Product Manager—Field Operations Apps: Work with UI/UX designers and the development, engineering, sales, and marketing teams to build fieldwork products that Esri users love.
Product Manager—Spatial Analytics & Data Science: Shape the future of spatial data science as part of a team that’s working to pioneer technology in big data, machine learning, and artificial intelligence (AI).
Technical Writer—Focused Geospatial Systems: Are you a writer who’s interested in GIS technology? Help Esri users be successful by creating documentation for ArcGIS products.
Product Engineer—Test Automation: Advocate for quality in Esri products by automating processes, expanding testing to web and mobile, and generating new performance testing ideas.
Solution Architect: Work closely with users to implement proven IT and GIS strategies for their platform architectures. Help evangelize GIS and develop strategic visions for critical clients.
Business Development Manager—Production Mapping/Global Geospatial Authorities: Help Esri’s government users harness advancements in production mapping systems and geoanalysis to build national geospatial infrastructures to support evidence-based policy making.
Sales Director—Nonprofit: Champion GIS and increase awareness of it as an essential enterprisewide solution for the nonprofit market.
Account Manager—NASA: Use your passion for science and geospatial technology to define and execute an account plan for the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA).
Presales and Solution Engineering
Solution Engineer—Partners and Startups: Proactively craft and propose solutions that clarify how GIS brings business value to Esri partners by addressing their critical business challenges.
Educational Services and Technical Support
Instructor—GIS (multiple locations): Apply your teaching skills and GIS knowledge to help users be successful with Esri software. Provide a rich learning environment via hands-on training, engaging instructional delivery, and facilitated activities.
GIS 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 that are educational and effective.
Enterprise Analyst: Can you solve any problem through research? Do you love helping others? Provide high-quality technical support and customer service to Esri users through effective communication and efficient troubleshooting.
GIS Industry Solutions Managers—Earth Sciences, Education, and Public Works: Provide the vision and develop and execute strategies for how GIS, mapping, and location analytics can transform and modernize operations within one of these sectors.