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[Met-jobs] Meteorologist, Priogen Energy B.V.

From Roger Brugge <r.brugge@reading.ac.uk>
To "met-jobs@lists.reading.ac.uk" <met-jobs@lists.reading.ac.uk>
Date Mon, 7 Aug 2017 09:08:30 +0000

Meteorologist

Be energetic. Think revolutionary. Get ROI. Build a career. 
Enable the energy revolution!

What you’ll do:

As a Meteorologist you will be part of the trading group, reporting directly to 
the Head of Trading and taking on a broad range of responsibilities:

Provide the most accurate weather forecast for the European power markets, both 
for the short term and long term
Advise and support the Traders and Analysts in their day-to-day trading 
decisions
Translate meteorological knowledge and data into 'tradeable' ideas, and 
research and develop tools to incorporate these ideas into our operational 
system
Develop new strategies and ideas to improve business results

Who you are:

You hold a Degree in Meteorology (or a related field) and share our affinity 
for energy markets and trading. Perhaps you even have some work experience in 
these fields. You have an intrinsic desire to learn and acquire new information 
each day. You excel in modelling, analyzing and interpreting meteorological 
data.

You are fascinated by ideas and can find connections between seemingly 
disparate phenomena. You enjoy searching for reasons and causes and are able to 
think about all factors that may affect a situation. Figuring out discrepancies 
(eg. in a weather forecast) and resolving them comes natural to you. You are 
self-assured and like to share your foresight and your solutions with others, 
and prove yourself a valuable partner.

Does this sound like you? Then we look forward to receiving your application.
See: 
http://jobs.jobvite.com/careers/priogen/job/omxh5fwZ?__jvst=Employee%20Referral%20&__jvsd=sylf9hw3&__jvsc=email&mid=nJrFgFwf
or
http://priogen.com/vacancies


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