EMPLOYMENT and other opportunities available at the Weather Center
The following are the current openings for employment positions at The Connecticut Weather Center, Inc. If you are interested, please submit letter of interest to us stating the position you are interested in, send your resume, and if applying for a Broadcast Meteorology Position, also send a sample 30-second and 60-second broadcast. This does not have to be actual on-air checks. You may snail mail to our address or e-mail to Bill Jacquemin at firstname.lastname@example.org
ATTENTION!!!! MEDIA SALES PROFESSIONALS NEEDED
We are looking for motivated-energetic individuals that would like to make money while helping people obtain effective yet inexpensive advertising services. These services range from Radio advertising time, to internet banner space on our award winning web site at www.ctweather.com , TV/Vidcast advertisements, as well as services that range from our Winter Storm Forecasting Service, Snowfall Totals Service, our cutting edge Storm Force Service, and more!. Sell as many or few as you wish. NO limit on earning potential. Work full or part time! Commission ONLY...We are offering a generous 25% commission! You would be a 1099 contractor or we can discuss your preference. There are 4 sales positions available. Immediate openings! If you are serious about sales then join us and make serious money! Contact Bill Jacquemin with your resume expressing interest in a position to email@example.com or you can field questions to us as well.
NOW AVAILABLE: INTERNSHIP FOR CONNECTICUT WEATHER CHANNEL ON CTWEATHER.COM
We are now offering non-paid internships for individuals to gain experience in the field of broadcast meteorology by training to produce weathercasts on The Connecticut Weather Channel through www.ctweather.com. Please send letter of interest, resume, and video clip sample of recent work, if possible.
E-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
SPRING 2016 INTERNSHIPS
Fall 2016 internships are available. These are non-paid/volunteer internships. During the internship, the individual will be shown the daily routines of a Meteorologist here at The Connecticut Weather Center. This will include, but not be limited to, preparation of weather information for clients, web site, CT Weather Channel (TV), and radio stations. Data base management in the Climatological area, updating Climatological norms for the Danbury Station, managing of automated weather stations in the field in the CLAW and LIAM networks. Exposure to Forensic Meteorology. Graphics background is a plus for newspaper design, web site icon design, and web site banner design. One project of the interns choice, will be completed by the end of the internship. The objective is to give an overview of what working in the private sector in Meteorology is all about. Other experiences: Attending court cases, trade shows, setting up automated weather stations, and distributing weather information to companies state-wide. Please send/e-mail letter of interest and resume to apply.
DEADLINE: September 15, 2016
Thank you for you interest.