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Your Role and Responsibilities
You will provide meteorological services for a number of platforms such as Energy, Aviation, Retail and Media. Comprehensive training and mentoring will be given in The Weather Company (TWC) IBM’s proprietary systems and applications and TWC IBM’s advanced forecast models and workstation technology as well as training towards the EWINS (Enhanced Weather Information System) certification for aviation.
You will participate in daily Forecast Centre weather briefings and discussions involving European and sometimes Global synoptic scale trends, model bias and expected developments in the short, medium, sub-seasonal and seasonal forecast periods.
Within TWC IBM, forecasters work on a flexible shift schedule covering 24 hours, seven days per week.
You should be comfortable participating fully in a 24 hour rotating shift pattern.
Required Technical and Professional Expertise
You should show a deep interest in weather and have a good first degree or higher degree in Meteorology, 2:1 or above, operational experience desired.
You must be able to communicate and interact well both within a team environment and with external clients.
You will be able to effectively carry out a number of tasks at the same time.
Your data analysis and collation skills will be of the highest order and you will be able to prioritise and meet deadlines in a fast-paced operational environment.
Excellent writing and communication skills in English are required.
Preferred Technical and Professional Expertise
Experience in the Aviation and/or Energy Sectors desired.