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Geospatial jobs of the week – Esri Australia, HOTOSM, Geosite, and GeoSolutions are hiring

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.

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!

Looking for more positions in interships, GIS jobs, or data scientist roles?  Go directly to our searchable Geospatial Job Portal!

Featured Job: Senior Consultant, Support (ArcGIS Enterprise)
📍Sydney, Australia
Do you want to use your knowledge of ArcGIS Enterprise to help organizations to be successful? In this position, you will provide technical GIS support and training services to our clients, delivering an outstanding user experience, consistent with our client experience vision. Want to know more? Click here.

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.

Featured Job: Director of Technology
📍Remote

HOT’s Director of Technology serves as the organization’s Chief Technology Officer as part of HOT’s senior management team, reporting to the Executive Director. Leading via collaboration, the Director of Technology guides HOT’s thinking around innovative open-source software tools and workflows, supporting our vision of enabling every person to contribute to a collective map of our world. This position can be done remotely or at a HOTOSM office location. Find out more here.

Geosite: GIS Intern
📍Palo Alto, USA

Mapbox: Android Engineer, Navigation
📍Minsk, Belarus

Austrian Institute of Technology: Transport Data Scientist
📍Vienna, Austria

City of Raleigh: GIS Analyst
📍Raleigh, NC USA

GeoSolutions:Internship – Front-End Developer
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Massarosa, Italy

Ducks Unlimited: GIS/Remote Sensing Analyst
📍Ridgeland, MS USA

Bluesky International Limited: LiDAR Manager
📍Coleraine, Northern Ireland

WeWork: Director of Machine Learning and Data Science
📍Palo Alto, USA

Cornea: GIS Analyst
📍New York, USA

Gojek Tech: Product Manager – Cartography
📍Jakarta, Indonesia

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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Top 100 Geospatial Companies and Startups 2020 – Survey Questions

We are starting to work on our survey for the #Top100GeospatialCompanies list for 2020 and we want your input. If you had the opportunity to know 5 things about each of the companies on the list, what would that be? What details you are looking for about these companies?

5 things that you’d like to know!

When we published the Top 100 Geospatial Companies and Startups list at the beginning of January this year, we were able to compile (only) details such as Company name, website, Twitter handle, their HQ location and categorization. This was certainly helpful to many but we also realized that the list lacked a lot of detail that would make it indispensable. We want to do better this year and we need your input to achieve it.

A couple of things that already attracted our attention among others includes

  • Use, support and contribution to open-source projects
  • Use, support and contribution to open-data initiatives
  • Support for diversity and women-men pay ratio
  • Office locations besides HQ

We plan to publish the open-call for companies to nominate themselves sometime early 2020 so do send your inputs before then!

You can either send us as a tweet (keep this thread going with your input) or send us an email at muthu@geoawesomeness.com

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