|From||"Roger Brugge" <email@example.com>|
|Date||Sun, 12 Oct 2014 15:17:39 +0000|
Meteorologist / producer The Weather Channel has an opportunity for an outstanding meteorologist to join one of the world’s leading weather forecasting providers. Creating compelling content for The Weather Channel’s UK website and mobile applications based upon your assessment of numerical weather prediction models, you will deliver innovative text and video content to cover breaking weather or major storms and help drive traffic to The Weather Channel. A degree qualified meteorologist with at least two years operational forecasting experience and an in-depth knowledge of UK meteorology and geography, you must have solid writing skills and the ability to communicate weather information in an easy-to-understand way, combining forecasting terminology with laymen’s terms. Ideally you will have some media experience and be comfortable both of doing voice-overs and in front of camera. Based at The Weather Channel’s UK forecasting office in Birmingham and reporting directly to TWC’s Global Media team in London, you will operate independently with the support of the meteorology team. The ability to react quickly to breaking weather news is a must and you must be able to work in a fast-paced, digital, deadline-driven environment without sacrificing quality. You should be able to work irregular hours if necessary to cover breaking weather. An understanding of the current digital media environment, publishing and social media would be helpful. Applicants should be qualified to work within the UK. A competitive salary together with an excellent range of benefits is offered including pension contributions, life assurance and ill health income protection. Please reply by e-mail to Bill Craig, TWC’s HR Advisor at firstname.lastname@example.org enclosing an up-to-date cv, a covering letter detailing how you meet the requirements and details of your current salary. Applications close on November 6, 2014.
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