Aviation Meteorologist
Australia Government Bureau of Meteorology
  • locationMelbourne, VIC
  • salaryNot disclosed
  • full-time 22 March 2021
  • locationMelbourne, VIC
  • salaryNot disclosed
  • full-time
Job Description

APS Level 3 - APS Level 6, Ongoing $58,542 - $91,713 + 15.4% super Melbourne or Brisbane The Bureau of Meteorology are seeking motivated meteorologists to join the Aviation Operations Delivery Team, based in either the Brisbane or Melbourne Aviation Forecasting Centre (AFC) including the Hazardous Weather Unit (HWU). The Aviation Meteorologist position is graded at a PO1/PO2 broadband level and we are seeking Meteorologists with different levels of experience through this recruitment process. For successful applicants who are rated at PO1 level, the meteorologist is expected to build both their forecasting skills and customer knowledge through on-the-job experience, working on projects and via formal training programmes. Products and services while working in the role will vary over time, depending on the skills and experience. Successful applicants working in Melbourne can also gain further experience while providing services and creating products as part of the Hazardous Weather Unit (HWU). The role requires the Basic Instruction Package for Meteorologists (BIP-M) qualification as a minimum, and one year's experience in an operational meteorological service delivery environment is desirable. In keeping with current Quality Management requirements, a requirement to maintain an Aeronautical Meteorological Forecaster competency, and additionally for the HWU role, Volcanic Ash Advisory Centre Forecaster competency. Training and certification will be provided to successful applicants if required. The Aviation Meteorologist role will involve the production and issuance of forecasts and warnings from either the Brisbane or Melbourne AFC, for low-level aviation clients, including forecasts for international airports. The role my also include the requirement to liaise with customers and service partners and provide briefing services to support decision-making

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    Melbourne, VIC, Any
  • Key Dates:
    22 March 2021
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  • Industry:
    Defence and Government
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Job Description

APS Level 3 - APS Level 6, Ongoing $58,542 - $91,713 + 15.4% super Melbourne or Brisbane The Bureau of Meteorology are seeking motivated meteorologists to join the Aviation Operations Delivery Team, based in either the Brisbane or Melbourne Aviation Forecasting Centre (AFC) including the Hazardous Weather Unit (HWU). The Aviation Meteorologist position is graded at a PO1/PO2 broadband level and we are seeking Meteorologists with different levels of experience through this recruitment process. For successful applicants who are rated at PO1 level, the meteorologist is expected to build both their forecasting skills and customer knowledge through on-the-job experience, working on projects and via formal training programmes. Products and services while working in the role will vary over time, depending on the skills and experience. Successful applicants working in Melbourne can also gain further experience while providing services and creating products as part of the Hazardous Weather Unit (HWU). The role requires the Basic Instruction Package for Meteorologists (BIP-M) qualification as a minimum, and one year's experience in an operational meteorological service delivery environment is desirable. In keeping with current Quality Management requirements, a requirement to maintain an Aeronautical Meteorological Forecaster competency, and additionally for the HWU role, Volcanic Ash Advisory Centre Forecaster competency. Training and certification will be provided to successful applicants if required. The Aviation Meteorologist role will involve the production and issuance of forecasts and warnings from either the Brisbane or Melbourne AFC, for low-level aviation clients, including forecasts for international airports. The role my also include the requirement to liaise with customers and service partners and provide briefing services to support decision-making


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