Hot Job: Consultant/Project Manager – Land Information Systems

Use your consulting and project management experience in the land management and land records market to help clients translate and implement real-world needs into practical, state-of-the-art, GIS technology-driven solutions using ESRI’s enterprise GIS technology. Requirements include two to three years of experience for entry-level positions or eight to 12+ years of significant proven experience for senior positions; public or private sector experience with survey and land records, land management, and land information systems data and technology; and the ability to lead and manage consulting and software development teams. Apply now.

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Scholarships Awarded to Eight Employees

ESRI and the University of Redlands are proud to announce the induction of eight new scholarship recipients to the ESRI Fellows Program. Established in 1999, this program provides employees with scholarships to attend the University of Redlands to complete either an undergraduate or graduate level degree. Of this year’s recipients three will be completing their undergraduate degree and five will be obtaining master’s degrees.

In addition to these scholarships, ESRI offers tuition reimbursement to encourage employees to continue their personal development including formal education. Read about other benefits offered by ESRI.

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Hot Job: ArcGIS Server Product Engineers

Do you thrive on being the go-to person in critical situations? Put your years of experience and technical expertise to work on our growing ArcGIS Server Development team. We are looking for an exceptional individual who has experience with ArcGIS Server Web development and strong problem-solving skills to guide future product direction. In this role you will perform GIS work tasks by way of real world simulations using ESRI products to identify bugs and conduct performance and scalability tests. Apply now.

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Fall Issue of Newsletter Now Available

The fall issue of ESRI University Career Connections is now available online. This issue contains information on our fall recruiting events and a recap of our summer Internship and Student Assistanship programs. A list of helpful careers-related Web resources is also included.

Want future issues of ESRI University Career Connections delivered to your inbox? Subscribe today to stay up to date on the latest information regarding our university recruitment activities.

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ESRI Participating in Directions Media Webinar on GIS Jobs

Directions Media is hosting a series of careers-related Webinars to bring together employers, job seekers, students, and educators to discuss educational programs and job opportunities in geospatial technology. The first event will take place Tuesday, September 23 at 2 p.m. EDT.

Included on the panel will be Michael Johnson from ESRI’s recruiting team who will discuss our career opportunities in software development, product development, technical support, and more.

For more information or to register, visit the Directions Media Web site.

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ESRI Staff Available at Charlotte Observer Career Fair

Meet ESRI staff in Charlotte, North Carolina next week to learn about career opportunities and where you might fit.

Charlotte Observer Fall Career Fair
Charlotte Merchandise Mart
Wednesday, September 24
10 a.m.-3 p.m.

Can’t attend but want to know more about career opportunities in our Charlotte regional office? More information is available at

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Honoring 20 Year Employees

Thirty-five employees were honored Friday, September 12 in recognition of their 20 year anniversary with ESRI. The honorees and their guests enjoyed a reception and dinner in a festive atmosphere on the patio. The employees represented a wide range of departments including Software Development, Product Development, Professional Services, Sales, Accounting, Information Systems, Graphics, and Marketing. Among the honorees was staff from five ESRI regional offices: California, Minneapolis, Olympia, St. Louis, and Washington, D.C. Congratulations to all.

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Hot Job: Database Developer, Washington, D.C.

Utilize your programming experience and database expertise to support a variety of customers, large and small. Provide DBA expertise to aid customers in designing, implementing, securing, maintaining, and tuning their database environments and perform database programming to support application and middle tier developers. Qualifications include proficiency in enterprise database administration with Oracle and/or SQL Server; experience in data modeling, database development, and enterprise database architecture; and strong programming skills and experience in data tier application development and ETL. Apply now.

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Upcoming University Recruitment Events

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.

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Forgot Your User Name and/or Password?

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.

Read more helpful tips about the application process.

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