Posted by Willy Franzen on March 19, 2014. Jobs updated daily.
I love GPS. I have the technology in my phone (like most people these days), my camera, and even a dog collar. It’s great to know exactly where you are, where you’ve been, and where you’re going–especially if you spend a lot of time in the wilderness like I do. Some people are even more enamored with GPS than I am. Those are the people who participate in communities run by Groundspeak, a Seattle, WA based company that aims “to make everyone an explorer and to put an adventure in every location.” It all started in 2000 when the U.S. government flipped a switch and made the signal from publicly available GPS satellites far more accurate.
Location data is only becoming more prevalent and more important. Groundspeak is focused on using that data to help people find adventure and enrich their lives. If that sounds like something that you’d like to work on, visit Groundspeak’s Jobs page. Right now they’re hiring an Accounting Clerk/HR Coordinator, a Communications Specialist, a Community Manager, a Front End Developer, and an iOS Developer.
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