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Looking for a job in sales where you will empower your customers to be their best? Esri has immediate needs for account executives, account managers, solution engineers, and sales support staff to work with customers in the commercial sector across the US.
Are you an IT professional with experience developing and implementing enterprise integration solutions? As the Enterprise Integration Lead, you will have the opportunity to work closely with colleagues on the Enterprise Data Management team to help ensure sound enterprise integration solutions that are critical to continued business success. This role will report to and assist the Enterprise Data Manager in leading staff in the development and maintenance of practical integration implementations that support the business.
Ruben, a current Enterprise Data Manager, says, “This position provides exciting opportunities to learn a wide range of technology. We currently have hundreds of interfaces connecting internal and cloud-based applications. We are developing a state-of-the-art enterprise service bus. This is the perfect time to join us!”
Do you have a unique combination of collaboration, technical, and customer service skills? You may be able to leverage these abilities as a member of the Esri Support Services team. Support Analysts provide high-quality technical support to end users of Esri software to effectively diagnose and resolve incidents. They then interpret the knowledge gained from talking with customers to determine or recommend software changes to product engineers.
Henry, a member of the team, says, “The best part about working in Esri Support Services is having the opportunity to learn about GIS and Esri products. You can learn from your customers, your technical leads, and your team members. Esri Support Services is a great gateway to start your GIS career.”
Do you have a passion for GIS and education? Consider joining our Educational Services Division as a Course Developer. There are currently three openings at our headquarters in Redlands, California.
Course developers apply their writing talents and communication skills to ensure Esri instructor-led and web-based training materials meet the needs of our customers. From evaluation and development to revision and validation, they work with subject matter experts and the latest Esri technology to develop new courses and enhance existing curriculum.
Are you a software developer looking for a new opportunity to use your Python programming experience and knowledge of C#/C++? Consider this position on our Desktop team where you’ll collaborate with others to create Esri’s next-gen software.
In this role, you’ll design, develop, and maintain Python packages for GIS analysis, data management, and visualization workflows and develop a new robust and rich Python window for computing analysis and mapping workflows in ArcGIS for Desktop.
Are you looking for an exciting new career opportunity in design, development, or marketing? Join us for the Mashable Online Career Expo October 23 and talk with Esri recruiters about our current openings in these areas and more!
Foothill College in Los Altos Hills, California, is about to be invaded. No, not by Africanized honey bees or a new strain of flu, but by a unique species of human believed by many to hold the passkey to the future: software developers. More than 2,900 are registered to attend Silicon Valley Code Camp on the college’s campus October 6-7, and Esri staff will be right in the middle of all the action.
I spent a few minutes talking with Esri’s Derrick Burke, Technology Team Lead, and Shawn Ori, Human Resources Generalist, to learn why Esri is at Code Camp and what attendees can expect from our participation.
Are you a skilled sales professional who also has experience selling to government agencies? We’re seeking individuals who can communicate the value of training to Esri customers. In this role, you’ll proactively seek out training opportunities by consulting with state and local government agencies to understand their needs and leverage your networking skills to expand customer contacts.
Sandra, the recruiter for this position, says, “The ideal candidate will be energetic and enthusiastic with a passion for helping our customers be successful with Esri technology, someone who takes a consultative sales approach to growing a business and meeting customers’ training needs.”
Are you an accomplished GIS professional looking for a career change? Leverage your experience to provide technical vision, design, and project leadership in this position serving as a product evangelist for Esri solutions. In this role, you’ll work with lead software engineers to define, build, and release GIS software; capture key user workflows and functions that will be engineered into the software; and define and execute software testing activities.
Chris, the recruiter for this position, says, “The cool thing about the solutions team is that the solution products built are often borne out of project work from our professional services consulting engagements.”
Qualifications include three or more years of work experience as a software product engineer or in a position with similar responsibilities, direct experience and knowledge of applying GIS technology in new and innovative ways, and demonstrated creative problem-solving skills and ability to propose solutions. Programming background with languages such as C#, Java, Silverlight, or Flex and project management or planning experience on project teams are a plus.
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August 7-9, 2012
Los Angeles, CA
It’s described as “the world’s premier conference on computer graphics and interactive techniques.” A few years ago when Esri first participated in the job fair at SIGGRAPH, attendees were probably wondering why a mapping software company was there. As Esri’s technology has continued to evolve and with the acquisition of Procedural Inc. and CityEngine, now more than ever we fit right in. As a matter of fact, if you attend SIGGRAPH this year, you’ll see that Esri also has a large presence in the main exhibit hall.
I spent a few minutes with Jason, one of the recruiters who will be at the job fair, to learn about the skills he’s hoping to find in the candidates he meets and what makes SIGGRAPH different for Esri this year.