Geospatial jobs of the week – MongoDB, Geophy, Towson University, and Hexagon PI are hiring


Are you enthusiastic about location data or anything geospatial, then this is the job portal for you! At Geoawesomeness, we’re working on creating an interactive job portal to connect companies to enthusiastic talent! By the way, we spontaneously post jobs on our LinkedIn throughout the week, so make sure to follow us there!

If your company is looking for new talent and you want to share the opportunity with our community, feel free to submit a job using the online form for us to review and include in our list! If you would like to know more about our Geospatial Job Portal, read about it here.

Here are some of the jobs that are currently available:

Featured Job: Director of Federal Business Development at Cesium
📍Philadelphia, PA USA
Do you have what it takes to help Cesium grow? Cesium looking for a Director of Federal Business Development to own Cesium’s presence in the federal space, including supporting existing relationships and contracts as well as crafting a strategy to find our next federal strategic partners. Sound interesting? Find out more here.

HERE: Data Acquisition Manager
📍Melbourne, Australia

Avenza Systems: QA Specialist – Geospatial Imagery Software
📍Toronto, ON Canada

Towson University: GIS Analyst
📍Baltimore, Maryland USA

The Helmholtz Centre Potsdam: Postdoctoral Researcher in Remote Sensing
📍Potsdam, Germany

Esri Canada: Project Manager, GIS
📍Ottawa, Canada

MongoDB: Senior Software Engineer, Query
📍Dublin, Ireland

Hexagon PI: Senior Algorithm Engineer
📍Calgary, Canada

Geophy: Data Analyst – Contextual Data
📍Delft, Netherlands

We have so many more jobs in our job portal, and couldn’t possibly fit them all in this blog. If you don’t see anything here for you, go to our job portal!

Are there any specific things you’d like to see in our job portal? Feel free to get in touch.

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I fell in love with everything geo after travelling and living in many places in the world. For me, it's a fun and rather interesting lens to see the world through! We live in a time where technology makes the world so much smaller, and we have to leverage this to build a vibrant community.



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