Esri Jobs in Washington, DC

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27 days ago

Software Developer – DevOps

Esri Washington, DC

• Design and implement operational architecture for a variety of applications and multi-tier services running on web, compute, and database tiers… Esri


30+ days ago

Software Developer - Imagery

Esri Washington, DC

• First, we need you to develop industry-leading software • Just as important: collaborate with software developers to integrate toolkits and… Esri


30+ days ago

Software Development Internship

Esri Washington, DC

Put your programming skills to the test as you work alongside senior staff to design and develop the next generation of Esri's innovative software… Esri


30+ days ago

Software Developer - Imagery - Defense and Intelligence

Esri Washington, DC

Develop industry-leading software for National Technical Means (NTM) products • Develop industry-leading software in common defense a… Esri


30+ days ago

Software Application Engineer - JavaScript

Esri Washington, DC

that affect real-world decisions for multiple industries, governments, and organizations. JavaScript, HTML5, iOS, Android, Python, and Node are just… Esri


Esri Reviews

3.3
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Esri President Jack Dangermond
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193 Ratings
  • Good company, need more focus on industry standards internally

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Washington, DC
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Washington, DC

    I have been working at Esri full-time

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    Pros

    Good culture, good people. Certain offices have great management, and competent leadership.

    Cons

    No real upward growth or any desire to help employees find positions. Employee movement is discouraged and at times, actively worked against. The most senior leadership feels the employees should be grateful to work at Esri and that should be enough. Insane penny pinching on travel and small expenses is beyond ridiculous.

    Advice to Management

    HQ needs to clean out antiquated management and refocus on adopting industry standards for doing business. Having great customer service is wonderful, but without showing that same amount of care to your employees means you won't keep many of them for the long term.

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