Geospatial jobs of the week – Uber, Apple, Rolls Royce, and Technical University of Denmark 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 mapz.com map portal here in Cologne into a flexible WebGIS system that specializes in the collection, management, and presentation of location data.

Rolls Royce: Data Scientist
📍Singapore, Singapore

Esri: Product Manager – Spatial Analytics & Data Science
📍Redlands, CA, USA

Apple: Maps Senior Data Analyst
📍Santa Clara Valley (Cupertino), California, USA

Uber: Product Analyst – Rides
📍Seattle, USA

Technical University of Denmark: PhD Scholarship in Drone Technology for Habitat Mapping
📍Nykøbing, Denmark

University of Twente: Associate Professor Critital Geodata Studies and Geodata Ethics
📍Enschede, Netherlands

Experis: Data Scientist – GIS / Geospatial – Contract
📍Singapore, Singapore

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Joanna Kwong
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.