Employees Honored for Years of Service

Last Friday evening, 40 employees were recognized for reaching their 20 year anniversary with Esri. The honorees, including six from regional offices, and their guests were treated to a festive fall-themed dinner. Entertainment and awards rounded out the evening.

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Tour Redlands via Esri Story Map

Tour historic locations and places of interest in Redlands without leaving home! From fairytale-like Kimberly Crest to the Lincoln Memorial Shrine, the only museum dedicated to Abraham Lincoln west of the Mississippi River, get a glimpse of what makes Redlands so unique.

Your journey begins here.

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Intern Passionate about Geography and Mapping

By Maura, Strategic Marketing Intern

Esri intern KathrynIntern Kathryn Hagerman occupies a unique niche at Esri. Serving as a member of the Partner Program Team, she is working to streamline knowledge transfer campaigns. She also worked to develop a collection of ArcGIS Online maps to share stories about the growth of the global Esri Partner Network and highlight exciting work Esri partners are doing.

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Esri Recruiters on the Road Again

Connecting with Esri staff at a career fair or similar recruiting event can provide that extra edge when competing with other applicants. It gives you the chance to talk with us about the Esri culture and what your educational background and experience can bring to the table. Whether you are interested in a full-time position or one of our summer opportunities for students, it’s a great way to make that important first impression.

We’ll be traveling all around the US this fall. Check out our event map to see where you can meet us!

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Top 10 Reasons to Work at Esri: Intern Edition

By Maura, Strategic Marketing Intern

As my 12-week internship comes to a close, I am able to look back and see all that I have learned after spending a summer at Esri. The values and benefits Esri proclaims on its website are not a marketing ploy: they truly exist here. To prove my point, I looked to the “Top 10 Reasons to Work at Esri” and reflected on how each played a role in my internship.

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Resumé Tips and More: Tell Us What Makes You Unique

By Maura, Strategic Marketing Intern

As a student looking to get a head start on the job search, and specifically learn more about Esri’s hiring process, I recently sat down with two members of Esri’s HR team, Sandra and Chris. Sandra, who has been with Esri for seven years, supports Educational Services, Product Management, and the Solutions Team, while Chris, an employee for eight years, supports the Professional Services Division. Read what they have to say about the Esri culture, resumés, and qualities they value in applicants.

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Get to Know the “IE” in Esri Story Map

Just East of Los Angeles, surrounding the Esri campus, resides a robust and active metropolitan area known as the Inland Empire. Check out the cultural—and crazy!—attractions that are all within a short drive of Esri. From fondue restaurants with live music to a museum dedicated to the history of aviation, the “IE” is not short on things to do and places to see.

The adventure starts here: http://ugis.esri.com/IETour/#

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Hot Job: 3D Product Manager

By Maura, Strategic Marketing Intern

Looking to take your professional career from flat to 3D? Want to work with Esri software developers, partners, and customers to advance the development of 3D technology in the ArcGIS platform? Be the public face of our 3D technology and vision and help drive internal strategy in this leadership role in Product Management.

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Meet Vinesh, Global Mobility Coordinator

Vinesh talks about his role in Human Resources and offers insight into the process for employees who join Esri from other countries.

How long have you been with Esri?

I’ve been here about three years. I actually started as a temp in a recruiting assistant role, working with two of our recruiters and the university relations coordinator. After about four months, I transitioned into my current role as Global Mobility Coordinator.

Explain the term global mobility for people who may not be familiar with it.

Global mobility includes everything about making sure people can live and work successfully in a different country, including analysis and support of relocation and compensation. Generally speaking, I make sure Esri’s domestic and international employees are working with legal status and they have no issues working or staying in the US. That is the simple way I describe it to my friends because you’re right: global mobility is confusing. I usually say “global mobility coordinator” or “I’m the immigration guy.” It’s about making sure that people can focus on their work and not have to worry about items related to the government and their stay here.

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An Esri Intern’s Perspective: It’s Hard Not to Get Excited About This Company

By Guest Blogger Mark, Professional Services Intern

Mark at the Esri UC; Gaslamp Quarter in the background

My goal for the summer after my junior year at Purdue University was to come home to Southern California for an internship. I was lucky enough to stumble upon the Esri name on Purdue’s career opportunities page, and I decided to apply. I knew nothing about the company other than the fact that they were looking for someone with my educational background in business, and that their logo was a globe. But after 12 weeks and a trip to the Esri International User Conference in San Diego under my belt, it’s hard not to get excited about this company and its contributions to so many different industries throughout the world.

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