Bureau of Meteorology: Graduate Meteorology Program: Information Session

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If you are motivated by innovative and socially impactful work and inspired to become a Meteorologist, we encourage you to attend one of our online information sessions to find out more.

As a Graduate Meteorologist you will begin your career by undertaking a nine-month formal training course in Melbourne, commencing in February. Upon graduation you may be relocated interstate, deploying your skills where the weather, customers and the community need you most. This is followed by advancement as a Meteorologist where your will diagnose the state of the atmosphere, producing forecasts and warnings, and communicating the impact of these products with a variety of customers and industries.  

Applying for the Graduate Meteorology Program 

Applications will open on the Friday 2 July. We invite applications with a diverse mix of skills and life experience.  You'll need to be an Australian Citizen or Permanent Resident, have achieved the academic requirements of an undergraduate or postgraduate degree, with a major in physical science or mathematics (equivalent to second year university level) requirement. 

Applications for the 2022 Graduate Meteorologist Program close Monday 26 July 2021. 

Day in the life of a meteorologist

BOM graduate

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Follow Hilary Wilson as she takes you through her day as a Graduate Meteorologist at the Bureau of Meteorology.

Day in the life

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