Getting a job with GeoServer
As GeoServer popularity raises it’s becoming more and more common to see job offers demanding GeoServer experience as a requisite. The companies providing support for GeoServer are growing as well, providing opportunities to the brave souls that want to work side by side with the core developers.
GeoSolutions, an italian company deeply involved in both GeoServer and GeoTools, is looking for a GeoServer developer that will code new features as well as install and manage production sites. GeoSolutions is also looking for a front-end developer that will develop the user facing portion of new geo-spatial applications powered by GeoServer.
Searches on indeed.com, dice.com or monster.com also show a number of positions that either demand or have a preference for people with GeoServer experience, picking a few examples among the list:
OpenGeo is seeking a Project Manager
GIS web developer at the Stanford University libraries
Maps and GIS senior engineer
We’re please to see this growth and hope you’ll enjoy working with GeoServer as much as we do!
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