Information session: Explore a career in Meteorology

Date: Wednesday, 15 July 2020
Time: 4.00 pm – 5.00 pm AEDT
Applications are now open for the Bureau of Meteorology (BOM) Graduate Meteorologist Program and close 23 July 2020.
BOM are hosting a webinar for those interested in applying for the role and want to find out about a career with the Bureau.

Hear from previous graduates who have forged successful careers at the Bureau and ask questions about the application and recruitment process.

If your application is successful, you can look forward to participating in a comprehensive, paid training program. Our Graduate Diploma in Meteorology is highly regarded and involves a nine-month training course at the Bureau of Meteorology Training Centre (BMTC) in Melbourne. Our Training Centre is Australia’s only education provider that offers a qualification that meets the World Meteorological Organisation’s (WMO) qualification standard for Meteorologists.

If you are motivated to do interesting, innovative and socially impactful work in a dynamic environment, we encourage you to attend our information session to find out more about a career with the Bureau.
Click here to apply or learn more about the Bureau’s Graduate Meteorologist Program.

Who should attend? 

This webinar would be suitable for, but not limited to:

  • Anyone interested in a career in Meteorology
  • University students and faculty
  • High-school students
  • Career advisors
  • The general public
Presented by
   
Mick Pope
Meteorologist Trainer
 Grace Legge
Meteorologist
Through BOM’s commitment to reconciliation and improving Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander employment outcomes, the Bureau’s Indigenous Employment Officer, Sharon Ware, will be available to connect with during the session.
View recordings of previous BOM Webinars on the BOM YouTube channel
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