AMOS is an independent Australian society that supports and fosters interest in meteorology, oceanography and other related sciences, providing a forum for people with a common interest, and by publishing relevant material. The Society helps all those with an interest in the environment including research workers and professionals, those whose work is affected by, and affects, the atmosphere and oceans, and those who simply want to keep up with new findings.
AMOS WEATHER TIPPING
Think you could do a better job forecasting the weather than your classmates, work colleagues, or even the Bureau of Meteorology? Here's your chance to prove it. The AMOS Weather Tipping competition is just like footy tipping, only instead of tipping the AFL or NRL winners each weekend, punters tip the weather at a selected station in the Australian region (which includes New Zealand and Antarctica). Register to play here.
AMOS NATIONAL CONF 2015
BCEC, Bris, QLD 15- 17 July 2015
Standard Registration open until 15 June 2015
AMOS JOB ALERT
Meteorologists/Forecasters - NIWA
Applications close 1 June 2015 (NEW CLOSING DATE)
We are looking for experienced Meteorologists/Forecasters to join our busy team and strengthen our capability to meet the significant increase in demand from the public and industry for our short, medium and long-term weather, climate and environmental forecasting services.The key purpose of these positions is to contribute to the delivery of our meteorological and environmental forecasting services by preparing regular forecasts and communicating these through a range of media, including print, digital, radio and television. Click here for more info
Graduate APS (Meteorologist)
Bureau of Meteorology - Melbourne
$53,372 per annum plus 15.4% superannuation
Applications close 28 May 2015
As a Graduate Meteorologist, you'll start out as a weather forecaster, and be based in either our National Operations Centre in Melbourne or our Regional Offices in capital cities. Weather Forecasting is a 24/7 operational requirement therefore you will need the willingness to perform shift work on a rotating roster. Successful applicants will be employed as a Graduate APS (Meteorologist), to undertake a 9-month formal training course at the Bureau's Training Centre in Melbourne, commencing in January 2016. (more)
WOW - Weather Observation Website
An online weather community where everybody can easily lodge and share weather observations, information and photos. Click here for WOW
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