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[Met-jobs] Marine/Aviation forecaster Vacancy - StormGeo Ltd

From James Fletcher <>
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Date Thu, 23 Jun 2016 09:29:07 +0000

StormGeo Ltd have a vacancy for a Marine/Aviation forecaster in its Aberdeen office

StormGeo was established in 1997 and is a fast expanding global weather services provider. Employing more than 300 skilled professionals, we provide a worldwide customer base with advanced solutions in the offshore, shipping, renewable energy and media industries. Through continuously developing and improving our market knowledge, products and forecasting quality, we shall provide our partners and customers with a competitive edge, resulting in becoming the No. 1 provider of decision support for weather sensitive operations. StormGeo covers all geographical areas in the world on a 24/7 basis. Read more at


The Marine forecaster is responsible for providing marine and aviation forecasts for the renewable energy, shipping, oil and gas industries. Additional duties can include but not be limited to training provision, verification and related tasks.


You must be willing and have the ability to work on a shift basis including nights, weekends and public holidays. You will become part of our Aberdeen based UK team of meteorologists and work closely with the global StormGeo forecast centres.


Recent experience of renewable energy, oil and gas marine forecasting, shipping or aviation forecasting will be an advantage. A formal qualification in meteorology and a demonstrable fluency in both written and spoken English as well as EU residency or an EU work permit are essential.


This is an exciting opportunity to join our team and begin a rewarding career in weather forecasting; interested applicants should send a detailed copy of your C.V. and a covering letter to:


A competitive salary is accompanied by a number of additional benefits.


The closing date for applications is Tuesday 19 July 2016


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