How do I know where I might fit at Esri?
Search for positions that most closely align with your skills, experience, and career goals. When reviewing an applicant's resumé, our recruiting team takes into consideration where they would be the best potential fit, regardless of whether or not it is the position for which they have applied. A strong cover letter will also help us in matching you to potential opportunities.
How do I submit my application?
If you are applying with Esri for the first time, you will be asked to create a profile by providing your contact information and uploading your resumé, a cover letter, and up to two additional documents (optional). Most common text and image file types are allowed; if you attempt to upload an incompatible file type you will receive an error message. The maximum size of a single file upload is 5MB. Please do not submit documents that have changes tracked or that are password protected. All documents should be in English. A new window is opened for the file search, so you cannot use a popup blocker program. If you are a returning candidate, simply log in to your account and proceed with the application process.
Must I create a profile every time I apply for an opening?
No, you only need to create a profile once—the first time you apply for a position. After that, you simply log in to apply for more jobs, using the profile you already created. You may update or modify your profile at any time.
How do I update my personal information, such as e-mail address or phone number?
After logging in, you will see the "Update your profile" button. Here you can change your contact information or upload a current resumé and/or cover letter. Be sure to click the "Update Profile" button at the bottom of the page to save your changes.
What if I forget my user name and/or password?
If you already have an account and try to establish a new one, you will get a message that your e-mail account is already in use. To request the user name and/or password associated with your e-mail address, click the "Retrieve Password" link on the Welcome page. In the pop-up window, enter your e-mail address and click the "Ok" button. You will receive an e-mail that includes a link to reset your login. You will then be prompted to change your password. Once your password has been reset, please log out and return to the main page to log in.
I haven't received any confirmation e-mails from Esri Human Resources. What should I do?
Please check your spam folder. Sometimes our e-mails are misrouted and confused as spam. Follow your e-mail provider's instructions for allowing e-mails from us to avoid this happening in the future.
How long after submitting my resumé will I hear from Esri?
You will get an e-mail confirmation that your application was received. A recruiter will review your application and, if there is an appropriate fit, will forward it to the hiring manager(s) for further review. If a manager wants to pursue your application, a recruiter will contact you to discuss opportunities. Due to the high volume of applications we receive, this process can take two weeks or more.
How does the interview process work?
If it is determined you are a potential candidate, a recruiter will contact you and conduct a brief phone interview. The team will then determine whether to pursue scheduling face-to-face interviews with the hiring manager and other staff members. After the first round of interviews, depending on the nature of the position, you may be asked to come back at a later date to interview with others. You should expect the entire interview process to span a period of several weeks.
How can I check the status of my application?
Log in to your account and click the "View the status of jobs you have applied to" link. There you will be able to see where your application stands in the various phases of our review process.
Is it possible to withdraw from a position to which I've already applied?
Yes, you are allowed to withdraw your application. Log in and click on "View the status of your application." Find the position(s) for which you wish to withdraw your application and click "withdraw" in the far right column. You will be given the opportunity to enter notes, and then click "Confirm Withdrawal."