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Posted by Willy Franzen on February 2, 2012. Positions below updated every five minutes.
|Underground Mining Specialist||Elko, NV|
|Entry Level Engineer- Make Ready Design||Kalamazoo, MI|
|Electrical Engineer- Power Distribution Design- Ohio & Michigan||Lansing, MI|
|Electrical Engineer- Make Ready Design- Ohio & Michigan||Lansing, MI|
|Assistant Signalman - Heavener, OK||Heavener, OK|
|Field Technician||Lewis Center, OH|
|Lineman - GC||San Jose, CA|
|Utility Worker - Gas Transm & Dsbn||Merced, CA|
|Utility Worker - GC||San Francisco, CA|
|Night Cable Splicer||San Francisco, CA|
It’s supposed to reach the 50s today in Chicago, but Phil says that we’re in for six more weeks of winter. That kind of prognostication makes me hungry of groundhog stew (it’s a great cold weather meal). Despite my anger at Phil, I’m a huge fan of Groundhog Day–even if I always seem to forget about it. I think it’s great that we have a holiday devoted to the weather, even if it puts most of the focus on a rodent. That’s why I thought today would be a good day to take a look at Weather Underground (groundhogs live underground and predict the weather). They’re “committed to delivering the most reliable, accurate weather information possible,” and they do that by “providing free, real-time online weather information to millions of Web users around the world.” They’re headquartered in Ann Arbor, MI, and they have an office in San Francisco, CA (and jobs in Chicago and NYC). Weather Underground got its start as a Telnet weather service provided by University of Michigan in 1991, and has evolved with the Internet since then.
Everybody has his or her favorite source for weather info–and we all get frustrated by their seemingly poor accuracy. I like Wunderground because of it has a really simple interface and navigation is easy to navigate, yet it provides very detailed technical information. A lot of of other weather sites have too many bells and whistles (or advertising) that interferes with my finding the information that I want. Still, Wunderground does have ads–that’s how they make money in addition to providing premium data services. If you love Groundhog Day for the weather and not the furry critters, then check out the jobs at Weather Underground. Right now they have a few openings that look like good fits for new or recent grads including Marketing Assistant (San Francisco, CA), Junior Sales Planner (San Francisco, CA), Ad Ops Assistant (San Francisco, CA), and Associate Account Executive (Chicago, IL). Oddly enough there’s nothing in Ann Arbor right now, but my guess would be that those would be the meteorology type positions.
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