If you're an undergraduate or graduate GIS student interested in a career with Canada's premier GIS company, then Esri Canada's Associate GIS Professional Program is for you. Located in our Toronto, Vancouver or Montréal office, it's a 12-month, full-time paid position that provides you with cross-functional experience in a range of areas including Professional Services, Training, Technical Support, Sales and Technical Strategy. A dedicated mentor guides you throughout the process, ensuring that you get the most out of the program.
A real-world experience like no other
At Esri Canada, we value you and the experience you want to have. From day one, you'll be engaged in meaningful assignments. You'll have real responsibility, real work and real opportunities to meet your professional aspirations. Upon successful completion of the Program, Associates are eligible to apply for regular full-time positions at any of the 16 offices across Canada.
We offer a highly competitive salary and a comprehensive benefits program. A flexible work schedule allows you to work when you're at your best, and a range of company-sponsored events help promote a healthy work life balance.
Take your first step on the road to a career with Esri Canada
We're seeking candidates who excel at working on individual projects but who are able to collaborate within a team environment. If you have a strong desire to produce quality work and achieve great results, then we'd like to hear from you.
To be considered for an Associate position, submit your resumé and a cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please refer to the job posting for specific cover letter requirements. Applications must be received by March 8, 2016. Only selected students will be contacted for an interview.
The Esri Canada GIS Associate Program is unlike other internships. Right out of school, you get to work for a renowned company, in a real-world job role for a full 18 months. This provides a much more solid foundation for career planning than the traditional 2-3 month internship. Right away, I knew I was in for a good learning experience. I had the opportunity to develop diverse skills and knowledge by working in a variety of departments and roles.