A new academic year is about to begin, but it’s never too early for students to start thinking about where they’ll begin their career upon graduation. ESRI staff will be on the road again this fall, visiting a number of campuses across the U.S. Attending an information session or career fair is a great way to meet ESRI staff and make that all-important first impression. Here are a few schools we’ll be visiting next month:
The fall schedule has been posted to the Web site; be sure to check back often for updates.
If you’ve forgotten your user name and/or password and try to establish a new account, you will get a message that your e-mail account is already in use. To request your user name and/or password associated with your e-mail address, click on the “Forgot user name/password” link on the Login page. On the next Web page, enter your e-mail address and click the “Request Password” button (only click the button once). An e-mail will be sent to the address in our system stating your user name and a temporary password. Use this information to log in to the career system. You will then receive a prompt to change your password.
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Join us at the Jobing.com Career Expo where you can speak with ESRI recruiters about career opportunities at our corporate headquarters in Accounting, Information Technology, Customer Service, Purchasing, Graphics, and more.
This event will be held Thursday, August 21 from 2 to 6 p.m. in Ontario, California. More information on the event and career opportunities is available at www.esri.com/careerfair.
Utilize your programming skills in a collaborative team environment to help clients find innovative solutions to their business needs through the application of GIS software. Work with the Technical Lead on multi-million dollar projects related to software solutions, coordinate with the technical team to deliver on-time requirements to customers, and participate in SDLC reviews including design and development details of COTS solution. Qualifications include a bachelor’s in computer science or related field, depending upon position level and two to four years of experience in programming. Similar opportunities are available in our St. Louis and Washington, D.C. regional offices. Apply now.
Are you detail oriented and good at multi-tasking? Use these skills to support our customers and training team by managing and organizing ESRI on-site and client site training event logistics. In this role you will serve as the primary customer liaison in coordinating and communicating training event details with all required ESRI departments, external customers, and training sales team as well as manage, coordinate, and organize training and event logistics. Requirements include an associate’s degree in marketing, business, project management, or a related field; a minimum of two years of customer service experience; and excellent communication and problem-solving skills. Apply now.
Support the use of ArcGIS 3D technology by being the primary product interface for working with our development staff, regional offices, international distributors, and business partners to provide pre- and post-sales support. You will be the 3D GIS evangelist within ESRI and the public face of our 3D technology and vision as well as help direct our internal 3D strategy. Requirements include a bachelor’s or master’s in computer science, GIS, or related field, depending upon position level; three to six years of experience in a product support, product planning, or consulting environment; and a strong understanding of the 3D software landscape and GIS possibilities. Apply now.
Two more region-specific issues of ESRI Career Connections are now available: the Northwest Edition featuring careers-related information for the Olympia regional office and the Upper Midwest Edition which highlights careers news in the Minneapolis region. Both issues include Hot Jobs, GIS in Action for the region, and an employee profile.
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Use your solid core programming skills and passion for programming to build new, exciting software products for Nokia handheld devices. In this position you will be a key member of our development team and contribute towards designing and developing the next generation of ArcGIS mobile products. Requirements include a bachelor’s or master’s in computer science, engineering, mathematics, GIS, or related field, depending upon position level; strong Symbian OS background; and programming expertise in Symbian, C++, and/or Java. Apply now.
If you’re attending the ESRI International User Conference, be sure to stop by the ESRI booth at the Academic GIS Program Fair on Monday between 3:30 and 8:30 p.m. ESRI Human Resources staff will be on hand to talk about career opportunities for new grads and the 2009 Summer Internship and UC Student Assistantship programs. If that doesn’t work with your schedule, other HR reps will be at the jobs@esri Island in the ESRI Showcase Tuesday through Thursday.
To learn more about our university recruitment activities, please visit www.esri.com/grads.
Are you looking for a challenging position where you can use your Java knowledge and development experience in a new way? Use these skills to help guide the future direction of ArcGIS Server. Design, create, and maintain a test framework for the Java Web ADF and provide direction and leadership to the Java Web ADF test team. Requirements include a bachelor’s or master’s in computer science, mathematics, GIS, or related field, depending upon position level and a minimum of five years of software testing, QA, or development experience using Java EE technology. Apply now.