Jobs posted during ESRI UC

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07-14-2020 11:22 AM
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DanielBrenner1
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Where is the link to jobs posted during the ESRI UC?

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RobertBorchert
Frequent Contributor II

Is there such a thing?

Are you referring to jobs posted AT the conference? 

GIS Lounge is probably your best bet.

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LeslieRoundy
Esri Contributor

There isn't a job board at UC this year. We invited partners to post their jobs here. Hope that helps.

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DanielBrenner1
New Contributor II

Could you clarify how there isn't a job board but yet you inited partners

to post their jobs?

Where do I find those ?

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DanielBrenner1
New Contributor II

Where do I post my Resume o that it can be seen?

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DanielBrenner1
New Contributor II

Yes.

GISLounge is typically very slow and GeoNet has stuff from months ago(!)

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DerekLaw
Esri Esteemed Contributor

Hi Daniel,

> Where is the link to jobs posted during the ESRI UC?

I'm not aware of a job board at the UC, but this site is pretty good for GIS job postings,

https://www.gjc.org/cgi-bin/listjobs.pl 

And esri is always hiring,

Esri Job Search | Find Career Opportunities 

Hope this helps and good luck,

DanielBrenner1
New Contributor II

Derek,

It is a very sad thing what www.gjc.org has become.

In another period of my unemployed life that site was so nice to me. It

was the equivalent of Indeed.

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DanielBrenner1
New Contributor II

Re: working for ESRI:

If I could find a way to unwire myself from wanting to do geo spatial

analysis on issues no one has considered, and being recognized for it, I

might actually consider working for ESRI.

I still have to define GIS to so many people. There are still so many

organizations and issues that need to know about ESRI and GIS but the fact

that ESRI is still very private in terms of i ts communication with the

world s frustrating to no end.

If ESRI uses Google Earth as much as it does and so many of us use Google

Earth why is it ESRI isn't recognized to the point Google Earth is?

More soon.

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