Broadcast Meteorologist

For over 150 years MetService has kept New Zealanders informed, 24 hours a day, 365 days of the year. With a global reputation for using science and technology to creatively solve weather challenges and deliver scientific meteorological services and products, MetService has been recognised as one of New Zealand’s most trusted public-sector organisations.

We are looking for another Broadcast Meteorologist who is responsible for delivering high quality weather presentations for use in broadcast media, including presentations on long form weather content and global events of public interest.  The role will also support our MetService external communication strategies and stakeholder engagement.   

Check out our show here https://www.metservice.com/tv/index   

You will love this role if are a skilled meteorologist (to enable timely and accurate meteorological shows for multimedia distribution); an outgoing personality and are comfortable in-front of the camera; can translate complex weather patterns and meteorological science into everyday language while maintaining the integrity of the content; be a real self-starter; able to share your skills with other meteorologists; and embrace an encouraging, adaptive and collaborative approach to what you do.

So why join us? You’ll be joining a truly global business with a diverse and energetic crew of creative achievers and innovators, passionate about connecting the science of weather with people in everyday life.  If you have great interpersonal and communication skills, can convey meteorological know-how on camera – we are keen to hear from you!

 

Contact:  Jane.Frater@metservice.com

Applications close:  25 October 2018

 

Please note: We are expecting the successful candidate would commence work by March 2019, if not earlier.


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Listed:
24 Sep 2018
Work Type:
Permanent - full time
Region:
North Island
City:
Wellington
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