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 esri.com/careers for a comprehensive listing.
Software Development and ArcGIS Product Development
Software Developer, Desktop—Design and develop next-gen Esri software, including 3D visualization, spatial analysis, imagery, UX, animation, geoprocessing, and network analysis.
Visual Designer—Work alongside a focused team of product managers, developers, and other UX designers to set new standards for the way users visualize their data and perform analytics with maps.
Product Manager, Business Intelligence Enablement Program—Be the primary technical evangelist to business enterprise ISVs who want to embed the capabilities of the Esri mapping platform and location analytics into their own products.
Solutions Product Engineer—Provide technical vision, design, and project leadership in this role serving as a product evangelist for Esri solutions.
Applications Developer (multiple locations)—Talented developers and technical gurus: help us integrate our products with your creative applications, services, and data expertise within our clients’ environments.
Technical Analyst—Design, develop, implement, configure, and tune large enterprise databases to support the use of ArcGIS technology and applied business workflows.
Technical Adviser—Use your experience and knowledge of Esri software to support Esri Partners and customers in defining and meeting their technical and business vision and objectives.
Educational Services and Technical Support
Course Developer, Defense and Intel (multiple locations)—Work with the latest Esri software and subject matter experts to assess, design, develop, maintain, revise, and validate instructor-led and web-based training materials.
Support Analysts, GIS and Server (Redlands, California, and Charlotte, North Carolina)—Provide high-quality support to end users of Esri software to solve technical problems quickly and effectively.
Account Executive, Consumer Goods or Heavy Equipment Manufacturing (multiple locations)—Utilize your domain knowledge and software sales expertise to help manufacturers leverage geographic technology to achieve their business goals.
Account Executive, Location Analytics (multiple locations)—Leverage your sales know-how and love of data analytics to develop and present integrated business intelligence and GIS solutions to organizations.
Account Executive, Petroleum Operations (Houston, Texas)—Sell strategic enterprise solutions to production operations and help deliver geospatial solutions that meet business objectives.
Presales and Solution Engineering
Solution Engineer, Location Analytics (multiple locations)—Work closely with account executives and account managers to understand client requirements and help formulate appropriate location analytics solutions.
Solution Architect (multiple locations)—Support the Esri sales team worldwide by defining solutions and patterns that demonstrate the business value of our geospatial technology.
Technical Marketing Analyst, Law Enforcement/National Security—Present Esri’s latest geospatial solutions and work with product development to guide direction of upcoming software releases.
Industry Solutions Managers, Electric Utility and Retail—Provide leadership and management of Esri’s strategic marketing and outreach efforts as they relate to the development and use of GIS within these markets globally.
Industry Marketing Specialist, Public Health—Leverage your previous health experience to oversee marketing strategy, business development, and customer advocacy.