R&D Technical Product Engineer
Esri
Vienna, VA
Are you looking for a fast-paced, challenging career where you can combine your passion for software development, geographic awareness, and the web? Our R&D team is working on the latest location-aware technology where engineers are challenged to change the way we think about geographic data and its power in providing real-time situational awareness capabilities. Join our dynamic team and help shape The Science of Where.

RESPONSIBILITIES
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Interact with users to identify and articulate their needs and ensure these requirements are effectively incorporated into software designs and development activities
Plan, design, test, certify, release, and support ArcGIS products
Collaborate with various development teams to build new capabilities and improve existing workflows
Perform functional and workflow driven manual and automated testing to assess product quality and readiness
Identify and understand issues with security, internationalization, and accessibility in new features
Write conceptual documentation, guided tutorials, and blogs
Be an advocate for and represent the user in product design and delivery
REQUIREMENTS
2+ years of experience with ArcGIS software or other geospatial technology
Demonstrated industry experience with testing software, requirements gathering, and documenting processes
Strong problem-solving and analytical skills
Excellent written and verbal communication skills, including presentation skills
Proven ability to deliver work within time constraints, in teams and individually
Effective organizational, teamwork, and interpersonal skills
Ability to understand new technology concepts quickly and apply them accurately through an evolving, dynamic environment
US citizenship and ability and willingness to obtain a security clearance
Bachelor’s or master’s in GIS, computer science, or a related field, depending on position level
RECOMMENDED QUALIFICATIONS
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Prior experience with software development and release of commercial software products
Python or JavaScript for troubleshooting and software testing, as well as web protocols and formats such as REST and JSON