Join us at the Jobing.com Career Expo where you can speak with ESRI recruiters about career opportunities and where you might fit.
Ontario Convention Center
Thursday, April 10
12 p.m.-5 p.m.
Information on the event and career opportunities is available at www.esri.com/careerfair.
Accomplished GIS professionals who have solid experience with best practices and methods are needed to drive the overall solution design process for ESRI Desktop Products. 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 synthesize user requirements, industry needs, and competitive analysis into an effective product specification. Apply now.
A Web professional with expertise in search engine optimization is needed to take ESRI’s Web marketing initiatives to the next level. This is an exciting opportunity to use your Web knowledge and analytical skills to execute all aspects of an SEO program and maximize the quality of search engine results. In this role you will also perform optimization through site coding, presentation, and structure and recommend and implement unique content to support marketing campaigns. Apply now.
As the academic year draws to a close, we are seeking bright, top-level graduates to join our staff in a number of entry-level positions. ESRI recruiters visit various schools, attending job fairs, hosting information sessions, and conducting on-campus interviews. If you are a current undergraduate student or recent graduate and are interested in employment or internship opportunities with ESRI, we want to meet you.
For a complete list, please view the University Recruitment Schedule.
ESRI president Jack Dangermond will deliver the inaugural John Borchert Lecture at the University of Minnesota April 2. Titled “The Geographic Approach–A Cross-Cutting Methodology,” the presentation will begin at 4:30 p.m. in Memorial Hall, McNamara Alumni Center. Dangermond earned a Master of Architecture degree from the University of Minnesota in 1968. He will receive an Honorary Doctor of Science degree from the University before his presentation. Read the press release.
Also on April 2, ESRI will participate in the University’s GIS Career & Networking Fair from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. in Coffman Memorial Union. ESRI staff will be on hand to talk to students about career opportunities for new graduates in a number of different areas.
Do you have consulting and project management experience in retail, real estate, banking, insurance, marketing, or related industries? Use your industry expertise to help our clients translate and implement real-world needs into practical, state-of-the-art GIS and IT technology-driven solutions. Apply now.
Are you looking for a unique way to spend your summer … an experience that will allow you to learn and earn at the same time?
Our Summer Internship Program offers valuable work experience while students continue their education or prepare for life after graduation.
Act now; the deadline to apply is Friday, March 14.
A surprising number of candidates don’t include a cover letter with their resumé when they apply online. A cover letter is a great way to help our Human Resources staff get to know you a little better. It gives you a chance to include additional information about your interests and strengths that might not fit on your resumé. So before you hit the “submit application” button, be sure to include a cover letter! Read cover letter tips.
Utilize your expertise in developing and managing certification programs to provide strategic and operational management of the new ESRI Certification Program. In this challenging role you will
Guide and support the certification board in developing effective corporate strategic and operational plans for the program
Maintain related policies and procedures and guide the board on areas for update and revision
Market the program’s requirements and benefits to multiple audiences and stakeholders
Requirements include five or more years of experience in technical education, a minimum of three years of experience developing and managing certification programs, and excellent team building and management skills. Learn more about this position and apply online.
Over the next several weeks we’ll be sharing with you some of the reasons why our employees enjoy working at ESRI. Can’t wait to see the entire list? Read more.
Your ideas can become a successful solution.
Whether you are designing the next software version, suggesting ways to improve a business process, or helping customers implement their GIS, your work is important. You will be encouraged to use your knowledge and creativity to develop new ideas and contribute in a meaningful way.