Posted by Willy Franzen on October 25, 2012. Positions below updated every five minutes.
|Java Developer, Integrations||Washington, DC|
|Lead Java Developer, Big Data||Washington, DC|
|Systems Engineer||McLean, VA|
|IT Infrastructure and Project Support Manager||Satanta, KS|
|Systems Engineer with Inflexion LLC||St. Louis, MO|
|Embedded Linux Developer||Richardson, TX|
|PHP Developer (Local Candidates Only)||Boca Raton, FL|
|System Support Specialist/ Help Desk||Boston, MA|
|Network Engineer - Defender of the Domain||Los Angeles, CA|
|Information Technology Network Analyst||Chubbuck, ID|
I have about six lightbulbs out in my house that are in impossible to reach places. If one more goes out, I’m going to have to break out the ladder and risk my life for the sake of lighting. Since I don’t own the place, I’m probably not going to invest in a more expensive energy-efficent bulb that takes years to pay itself off. But if I did own a place, that would probably be the best decision, which is why TCP is worth taking a look at it–energy efficient lightning is a huge growth industry. The Aurora, OH based company (their world headquarters is in Cham, Switzerland) calls itself “the home of lighting innovation.” They “offer one of the largest selections of ENERGY STAR-approved products” and “distribute them throughout North America and abroad.”
I once bought a domain name with the intent to build a website to help people find the right light bulbs to buy for their lighting fixtures (because buying the right bulb online feels impossible), but I found it pretty hard to get excited about the topic. However, energy efficiency seems like something that a lot of people get pretty pumped about. That’s what TCP specializes in, and they cover the spectrum with “compact fluorescent lamps, cold cathode, linear and high bay systems, exit and emergency lighting, HID, energy-efficient linear fixtures, and LED lighting products.” You can learn the ins and outs of what all those words mean by reading through TCP’s Digital Product Catalog. And if that gets you excited, then you need to check out TCP’s Jobs page. Right now they have some great jobs for new or recent grads including Marketing Communications Specialist, Field Product Specialist, Help Desk Support Specialist, and Sales Analyst. Give them a look and see if any are a good fit for you.
Links to Help You Begin Your Research
Do you energy efficient lighting?