|From||Roger Brugge <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|Date||Tue, 1 Nov 2016 10:45:28 +0000|
As a Meteorologist you will work in a team of experienced forecasters, providing specific meteorological services within a number of sectors in the UK, primarily Transport and Energy. Monitoring the weather through interpreting observations, radar and satellite imagery forms part of the job. You will make detailed forecasts for our customers working in winter road maintenance, as well as alerting them to rapidly evolving hazardous weather conditions. You will also produce forecasts and alerts for our numerous clients in the energy/utilities sector. As the weather plays an important role, accurate weather forecasting is essential for safe and economical optimization of work in a lot of businesses. Each client group has its own limitations and may require different parameters. It will be your task to serve these clients by providing all the necessary information and alerts. Since the weather is a 24/7 hour business you will be working in shifts, including weekends, evenings and nights. We are looking for someone who enjoys working together with a team of energetic and creative colleagues, all over the world. You will be employed on a short-term basis starting a.s.a.p. (Dec 12th latest) till April to cover the winter season, but will work full-time within this period. Our requirements: · You have a Meteorology (or related) degree; · Experience within a forecasting environment, especially for winter roads forecasting; · Excellent communication and interpersonal skills; · Excellent writing and communication skills in English; · Good organisational and accuracy skills; · An ability to work under pressure and to deadlines; · A strong supportive team player. If you have any questions, please contact Anna Pillen (International Corporate Recruiter) via +31 (0)6 517 79 672 or email@example.com. To apply, please upload your resume and cover letter (in English) via this link<http://meteogroup.force.com/careers/VanaHCM__Job_Application?Id=a2xD0000001Q7VYIA0&src=&rid=005D0000005OCa0IAG>. Please send in your application as soon as possible, preferably before the 7th of November.
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