Use your strong communication skills to effectively describe the business value of GIS software solutions, training, and professional services. As part of the regional sales team, State and Local Government Account Managers support existing client relationships as well as cultivate new business with government agencies. Opportunities are available in a number of our regional offices. Apply now.
We have found that a surprising number of candidates do not attach their resumé when completing their online application. You may feel that it isn’t necessary since you’ve included similar information in your personal profile. However, the advantage to attaching your resumé is that it gives you the opportunity to provide us with additional information that you may not be asked for when creating your profile. In addition, recruiters can conduct key word searches on resumés when seeking candidates for a particular position.
Once your resumé is in our database you do not need to re-submit it when applying for positions in the future (unless your information has changed). So be sure to attach it before you hit the “Submit” button!
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Are you an experienced geometry programmer or analyst? Join our ArcGIS development team and help design, implement, and test these core capabilities. The ArcGIS product family relies heavily on computer algorithms that operate efficiently and robustly on large sets of 2D and 3D geometric objects. This is an exciting opportunity to build and ship quality software by working effectively with members of other software development teams. Apply now.
If you’re not subscribed to ESRI Career Connections, you missed last week’s Central South issue. It features information specific to the San Antonio regional office including Hot Jobs, GIS in Action, and an introduction to Stacia, who is a training coordinator.
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Be the product evangelist for ArcGIS Desktop
Provide technical vision, design, and project leadership in this role working with lead software engineers to define, build, and release GIS software. This is a challenging opportunity for an accomplished GIS professional with proven experience to help define and lead new software development efforts for ArcGIS. Apply now.
Be a key technical member of the survey development team working to envision, design, and develop cutting-edge survey applications. Write comprehensive technical specifications and support documentation and actively participate in various activities within the software development life cycle. This is a challenging opportunity to utilize your solid software engineering background, core programming skills, and passion for development. Apply now
Are you a GIS professional with experience in the federal/defense/intel industry? Be sure to check out the recent edition of ESRI Career Connections that focuses on career opportunities in this market. Included are hot jobs in GIS Services, Sales, Marketing, and Educational Services. These positions are available in our Washington, D.C., regional office and Redlands, California, headquarters.
Play an essential role in helping marketing managers evaluate and optimize Web sites and e-marketing activities. In this role you’ll use your analytic skills to provide insights about visitor behavior, content performance, and the effectiveness of e-marketing activities. This is a challenging opportunity to evangelize the value of data-based decisions and make recommendations to improve campaign performance and the online customer experience. Apply Now.
One of the things that ESRI employees enjoy so much about living close to campus is that they can walk or ride their bike to work. Nearly 100 employees recently participated in “Ride Your Bike to Work Day,” an event started by the League of American Bicyclists. A special display was set up in the ESRI Cafe where employees dropped off pledge cards and received their choice of a mousepad, backpack, or other items. In addition, all participants were entered into a drawing for prizes including a Vons gift card, movie tickets, and Cafe gift cards.
Take a few minutes to view the special Rocky Mountain Edition of ESRI Career Connections. The newsletter gives you a glimpse into our Denver Regional office, tells you about some of the exciting career opportunities we offer, and shares how GIS is being used in the region. You’ll also have the chance to meet Kathy, a Denver regional office administrator who has been with the company for 19 years.
Subscribe to ESRI Career Connections and begin receiving periodic newsletters specific to your region. This is the sixth regional issue released so far. Issues for San Antonio and Minneapolis are currently in progress, or view the archives for past issues.