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Career Opportunities at Esri

careers at EsriProfessionals with all levels of experience are needed to join the Esri team. Positions are located at Esri's headquarters in Redlands, California, unless noted otherwise. We offer you exceptional benefits, competitive salaries, 401(k) and profit sharing programs, a collaborative team environment, tuition assistance, and much more. Join Esri and enjoy the rewards of working in a challenging, fast-paced environment. Below are some of the many openings at Esri. Check for a comprehensive listing.

Product Development

ArcGIS Localization Release Manager—Work with Esri international distributors worldwide to help plan and manage software localization toolkits. Gather and understand localization requirements and work with development staff to ensure all aspects of ArcGIS products are "localization friendly."

Server Product Engineer, System Design—Be a key member of our ArcGIS Server development team and support our customers' growing needs for configuring and administering enterprise-based ArcGIS Server implementations.

Product Manager, Raster—Support the use of raster data in ArcGIS by being the primary raster evangelist within Esri. Work with our development staff, regional offices, international distributors, and business partners to provide pre- and postsales support.

Mapping Product Engineer—Utilize your GIS knowledge and testing experience to design, develop, and test Esri's ArcMap application. Participate in all phases of product development and release by testing software functions, user interfaces, GIS workflows, and programmer interfaces and functions.

Software Development/Engineering

Software Development Programmer, 3D Graphics—Apply your experience in 2D/3D vector graphics programming to expand the 3D capabilities of ArcGIS and develop geodesign tools. Design and develop world-class software supporting the needs of planners, architects, engineers, and others working with geographic information.

Software Development Programmer, Geodatabase—Are you a software programmer interested in working with geospatial data? Join our geodatabase development team and work on challenging projects, such as versioned database access, archiving, feature caching, data joining, and indexing.

Technical Support and Educational Services

Technical Support Analyst, Virtual Campus—Provide high-quality support by phone or e-mail to end users of Esri's Virtual Campus and help them resolve complex questions involving content. In this rewarding entry-level position, you will further develop your problem-solving skills and knowledge of Esri products.

Education Specialist—A talented writer is needed to work with the latest Esri software and explain the use of GIS through words and graphics to create Esri instructor-led, Web-based, and workbook training materials.

GIS Services

Consultant/Project Manager, Land Information Systems—Apply your expertise in land management and land records to help our clients translate real-world needs into GIS technology-driven solutions. Lead project teams during requirements, analysis, design, build, and deployment stages and manage project performance and client relationships.

Applications Programmer, Defense Services—A versatile software development engineer is needed to support leading-edge GIS applications for defense programs in our Redlands, California, headquarters and our Washington, D.C., regional office.

Sales and Marketing

Account Managers, State and Local Government—Driven professionals who have experience in or working with government agencies are needed to support existing client relationships as well as cultivate new business. Opportunities are available in a number of our regional offices.

Solutions Engineers, Commercial Team—Apply your knowledge of retail, real estate, financial services, insurance, manufacturing, or transportation to this critical position that supports the sale of our innovative software. This is an exciting opportunity to work with Esri's leading-edge technology to help customers discover solutions to their business needs.

Director of Higher Education—An experienced and respected "thought leader" in GIS education is needed to help Esri create a more spatially aware world through interaction with the higher education communities around the world. This is a significant opportunity to make a major contribution to the future of geography in higher education and contribute to existing high-level goals of Esri's Higher Education Program.

Technical Marketing Analysts—Use your technical knowledge and excellent communication skills to build and deliver highly competitive benchmarks and sales demos. You will also present Esri's latest technology solutions and work with product development to guide direction of upcoming software releases.

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