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.
Software Development Programmer—Imagery—Help build modern imagery management products that allow server and desktop applications to work with a rich geographic and imagery data model.
GIS Software Product Engineers—Focus on the requirements of the Esri user community and contribute to designing and building the next generation of ArcGIS software.
Solutions Architect—Implementation Services—Utilize your knowledge of system architecture and IT technologies to support the successful development and implementation of ArcGIS software-based enterprise solutions.
Web Applications Developer (Redlands, California, and Washington, D.C.)—Design, develop, and implement customized web applications, web services, and enterprise solutions.
Imagery Applications Developer—Use your imagery, software development, and engineering experience to support the development of leading-edge GIS applications for defense programs.
Educational Specialist—Apply your talent for writing and strong communication skills to help design, author, and update educational materials for teaching GIS concepts.
Support Analyst—Database—Provide high-quality support to Esri customers to solve technical problems; test software and hardware to troubleshoot issues and evaluate solutions.
Account Manager—Public Safety—Support existing client relationships, advance relationships with Esri Partners, and cultivate new business with public safety agencies.
Account Executive—Retail (location open)—Utilize your software sales experience and understanding of the retail industry to help retailers leverage geographic technology to achieve their business goals.
Solutions Engineer—Commercial—Apply your GIS knowledge and experience in retail, real estate, or financial services to demonstrate how companies can realize the business benefits of GIS.
Solutions Engineer—Federal Defense and Intelligence (Washington, D.C.)—Work closely with account managers, software developers, and intelligence community clients to analyze problems, define requirements, and customize GIS tools and applications.
Technical Marketing Engineer—Support and develop custom applications for Esri's industry managers; prototype and perform research and development on the latest Esri developer-oriented products.
Law Enforcement Industry Solutions Specialist—Help develop and execute marketing plans and programs to support the GIS user community and grow the use of GIS in the law enforcement domain.
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