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.
Do you want an opportunity to build new and exciting software and components for other developers to consume? Are you a software developer or an ArcObjects developer? Become a key technical member of the ESRI development team and be part of designing and developing the next generation of our innovative software products. Apply now.
Looking for a career where you can interact with other GIS professionals on a daily basis to assist them in developing GIS in their organizations? We are seeking a motivated individual for our Charlotte regional office with experience in GIS application in the commercial sector to support existing client relationships and develop relationships with organizations interested in using GIS. This is a great opportunity to use your strong communication skills to interface with customers and prospects prior to, during, and after sales. Apply now.
Join us at the Charlotte Observer Spring Career Fair to speak with ESRI staff about career opportunities and where you might fit.
The Charlotte Observer Spring Career Fair
Charlotte Merchandise Mart
Wednesday, May 21
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 www.esri.com/rocareers.
The special Midwest Edition of ESRI Career Connections is now available, featuring current openings in the St. Louis regional office and Columbus, Ohio satellite office; an example of how ESRI technology is being used in the region; and an introduction to Dan, a solutions architect who has been with ESRI for 12 years.
As part of an ongoing effort to offer more GIS education in the business environment, ESRI provided its GIS software and staff resources to assist in the design, staging, and judging of the Business Intelligence (BI) Competition at the Association of Information Technology Professionals (AITP) annual National Collegiate Conference held March 27-28, 2008, in Memphis, Tennessee.
Sixteen undergraduate and four graduate teams used ESRI’s Business Analyst Online to solve a business problem that involved prioritizing potential retail store locations from a list of six available sites. Read more.