Geospatial jobs of the week – CartoVista, Vizzuaity, Premise, and Orbica are hiring


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Featured Job: Fullstack Developer at Mapz
📍Cologne, Germany or Remote

If you have ever been interested in specialized geodata services like Mapbox, CARTO or Komoot, then you might be right for Mapz! We are map designers and are continuously expanding our map portal here in Cologne into a flexible WebGIS system that specializes in the collection, management, and presentation of location data.

CartoVista: GIS and Cartography Manager
📍Gatineau, Québec Canada

Hasso-Plattner-Institut: Ph.D. & PostDoc Position
📍Potsdam, Germany

Vizzuaity: Scientist
📍Madrid, Porto, Cambridge or Remote

University of Houston: Assistant or Associate Professor – Geosensing Systems Engineering
📍Houston, TX USA

Natural Capital Project: Software Engineer
📍Stanford, CA, USA

BASF: Internship Remote Sensing / Satellite Products
📍Köln, Germany

Descartes Labs: Software Engineer – Platform
📍Santa Fe, NM, USA

Premise: Junior Geospatial Data Scientist
📍Washington DC, USA

Orbica: Geospatial Developer
📍Berlin, Germany

TEKSystems: Business Intelligence Analyst
📍Wellington, New Zealand

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