Mission: -- We support our users in the successful implementation of GIS.
-- We provide the most robust GIS software programs in the world and continuous development of technology.
-- We conduct meaningful GIS application projects that push the ...
The #Esri class of 2017 continues to grow! About 60 new employees mixed & mingled at a recent networking social to get acquainted and learn about what other teams do. Want to be in a future photo? We're hiring in all areas! #esriexperience—30+ days ago
There are many different paths that lead individuals to careers at Esri. Raynah, a support analyst on our Support Services team, shares her story.
Our answer could go many ways, but the straightest is also the most convincing—to be part of something that matters. Our 3,800 employees aspire to give people the means to do amazing things: work more effectively; make better decisions; and live safer, wiser, and more productively. Our technology introduced a new way to think and act and has shown the world what the application of geographic information can accomplish. We’re all evangelists for Esri, because we love the work we do and we love being part of this company.
Privately held, we offer exceptional benefits, competitive salaries, 401(k) and profit-sharing programs, personal and professional growth, and much more.
Learn more about why we're so excited about what we do at esri.com/careers.
Esri is best known for its cutting-edge GIS technology, but it is also a great place to build a career. The workplace is friendly and welcoming; it is a place where employees collaborate with colleagues at all levels in a team-oriented, creative environment. At Esri, challenges abound—whether you’re a new grad ready to start your career or you’re a seasoned professional with years of experience looking for an opportunity to take your career to the next level. Employees are empowered to broaden their responsibilities by taking on new projects and are encouraged to continue learning and explore their individual potential.
The term college campus is often used to describe the Esri environment—buildings surrounded by large, beautiful trees and numerous outdoor patio/meeting areas. Employees and visitors alike can enjoy breakfast and lunch in the on-site café, which includes a Starbucks coffee bar and a relaxing lounge area. For employees who want to get in a quick workout before or after work, a fitness center is available 24/7.
Esri is a socially conscious and responsible company, supporting organizations working in conservation, education, environmental management, ocean science, green energy, sustainable development, and humanitarian affairs. Esri provides technology, data, solutions, and services that make it possible for people to positively impact the future through a deeper, geographic understanding of our planet.
Learn more about how Esri is making a difference.
In addition to Software Development and Product Engineering, we also offer challenging opportunities in these areas:
See current openings and apply online at esri.com/careers.
Esri understands the importance of balancing work and life. Flexible schedules, an open work environment, and a complete benefits package are all part of the balance that Esri provides for employees. Here are some of the benefits Esri offers:
Please note: This is an overview of Esri's benefits program and is not meant to be all-inclusive or used as a summary plan statement. Esri reserves the right to change or modify its benefits plans as appropriate without notice.
I have been working at Esri full-time (More than 8 years)
* Astonishing benefits package, including generous medical, dental, and vision, and a profit sharing boost to your 401k.
* A CEO that genuinely seems to care about his employees being successful, and realizes that employee success is directly tied to his company's success
* Progressive attitudes towards changes in the company which result in better results for everybody.
* Innovative leadership.
* Direct recognition of progress tied to your compensation, including raises through tough global economic times.
* Many employees get closed offices, even those not in management.
* Despite being a mid-sized company, it feels like we have a huge impact on the world and do real good.
* It can be challenging to have career mobility depending on the department that you start in.
* As a result of management siloing internally, experiences can vary wildly depending on which team you end up in, even within the same departments.
* Despite being a mid-sized company, it can feel huge and it's easy to get lost in the shuffle.
* Advancement can require you to be a strong advocate for yourself since products are prioritized heavily.
* Software development can be a stressful job (anywhere).
Advice to Management
Continue engaging with employees and break down the chain of command to reach top to bottom and get a more accurate 360 view of everything that's happening internally. It can lead to great ideas spreading throughout the company.
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 4+ months. I interviewed at Esri (Redlands, CA).
I was told I was being interviewed for a UI Design position for a special project, and that there were 3 positions they were considering me for. From the beginning, I was told there would be 3-4 phone interviews and then an on-site interview if they went well. almost 3 months and 6 phone interviews later, I was finally flown out to Redlands for an on-site. It was an intense day, where I immediately did a technical interview and then gave an hour-long presentation of my previous work, then did 5 more interviews in person. They told me they would let me know the following Monday or Tuesday whether or not I would get a position. Instead, on that Monday, they asked for an additional phone interview that week. It was then another week and a half before I finally heard that they did not have a position for me at the time. The whole process took about 4 months. Thankfully, by the time they finally informed me of this, I had already determined that I didn't want to work there.