Work at WeatherFlow-Tempest


Help us build a world where everyone has access to useful and life-saving weather insights.

WeatherFlow-Tempest supports a growing family of products and a set of applications for Android, iPhone, and Web. We are a dedicated team looking for motivated people whose work will produce an immediate impact on our business.

We grow fast and move faster, but we always see people first.

The only way for the company to grow is if you grow with it. WeatherFlow-Tempest celebrates multiple approaches and points of view, and we believe that diversity drives innovation. We are an inclusive workplace – everyone is welcome to apply.

Join the WeatherFlow-Tempest team and create extraordinary products.

Interested in working at WeatherFlow-Tempest? We are always looking for talented people in a variety of areas, from marketing to forecasting! Browse our openings below, or simply send your resume to:


108 Whispering Pines Dr. #245
Scotts Valley, CA  95066

Bolton, MA

1575 Aviation Center Parkway
Unit 522/523
Daytona Beach, FL  32114

Fort Collins, CO

Fort Monroe, VA





A fast-paced tech environment

We love initiative & new ideas

Comprehensive health plans

Flexible work environment

Continuous growth & learning

Generous parental and family leave

Work with a talented team

Be a force for good!


Weather Station Field Engineer

WeatherFlow Networks, Inc is looking to hire a full-time field service engineer (FSE) to help install and maintain equipment in its 500+ weather station mesonet. WeatherFlow’s mesonet is located throughout the coastal regions of the continental United States with a small number of stations located in Hawaii, Canada, Mexico, Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands, and France.


The major duty of a field service engineer entails the installation and repair of weather stations. FSE’s typically alternate one week in the field, one week in the office. Aspects of this job can be physically demanding, requiring one to climb various structures such as U.S. Coast Guard navigation aids, 30’ concrete poles, and cell towers. All FSE’s receive OSHA tower climbing instruction, rescue training, and safety certification. Many weather stations are either on or over water and require working from small craft. Some stations require walking moderate distances on uneven surfaces. A majority of the work is done with hand and small power tools and a certain amount of ingenuity may be required to complete tasks.

When not in the field, FSE’s prepare and perform logistics for upcoming maintenance trips. These logistics include – but are not limited to – testing, packing, and shipping equipment; coordinating visits with our site hosts; testing and calibrating inventory; and assembling and debugging weather station components.

FSE’s must be organized and responsible while working independently; comfortable working with hand and small power tools; have a basic knowledge of DC electric circuits and their debugging; and be unflappable in the face of sudden tasking changes due to weather, boat availability, delayed shipments, missing boxes, etc. A bachelor’s degree in science or engineering is preferred, but we will consider other strong candidates.


  • Must relocate to the Boston Metro region (a sane commute to Bolton, Massachusetts)
  • Must travel 50-60% of the time
  • Must work in inclement weather as necessary
  • Must be comfortable working hands-free at height
  • Must be able to lift 35 lbs at a time without problems
  • Must have a valid U.S. driver’s license
  • Must have a Passport or the ability to obtain one
  • Must have no legal issues working in Canada, Mexico, or Europe
  • Must be able to pass military review to access U.S. Coast Guard and Naval bases
    (formal security clearance not necessary)
  • Must be comfortable working in the marine environment, especially off of small crafts


$54k/yr – $62k/yr, full-time salaried position


  • Flexible Time Off (FTO) policy
  • Paid Sick Time & Safe Time
  • Medical Insurance
  • Vision & Dental Insurance
  • 401(k) Retirement Plan


Apply by sending an e-mail to

Order Fulfillment Specialist

WeatherFlow-Tempest is looking for a sharp, scrappy individual who is ready to jump into a full-time order fulfillment role in a fast-paced tech startup. Qualified candidates should thrive under pressure, learn quickly, and work efficiently. The role of Order Fulfillment Specialist is responsible for preparing, packing, tracking, and shipping orders. Conducts regular audits of transaction details to ensure all order processing maintains the required accuracy, customer service, and quality standards.

Duties & Responsibilities 

  • Ensuring that all orders are processed accurately and in a timely manner
  • Adhering to company policies with regard to documentation and management of costs
  • Take care when packing orders to ensure the integrity of the contents while in transit to the customer
  • Must assemble, label, and complete system transaction of shipping for each individual shipment
  • Ensures all transactions are executed correctly and appropriately by status
  • Review all picked orders for accuracy, correct quantity, and size
  • Communicating with other team members and departments to solve problems
  • Following up with appropriate channels when mistakes are found

Skill and qualifications

  • Must have a valid U.S. driver’s license
  • Must live in the Daytona Beach, FL area and have reliable transportation
  • Must be able to lift up to 40 lbs 
  • A keen eye for detail
  • Communication skills
  • Computer literacy
  • Database management
  • The ability to consistently identify issues
  • The ability to closely follow quality standards
  • Decision-making skills


$16 per hour with the option for the right candidate to move to a salaried position


Apply by sending an e-mail to with the subject: Order Fulfillment Specialist.