Careers

Meteorologists work in fields connected with weather and climate. There is a wide range of career opportunities in organizations ranging from insurance companies in the City to research stations in the Antartic, and from television to Government.

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Employers

Who employs meteorologists?

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Qualifications

Who employs meteorologists?

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Courses

Find out about institutions that offer undergraduate and post-grade courses and those who offer vocational qualifications.

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Support for Early Careers

Learn about our mentoring scheme and the range of grants and bursaries available to support members early in their careers

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Testimonials

Paul Gundersen

Paul Gundersen, CMet

Successfully acquiring CMet accreditation represented a huge personal milestone – one that will doubtless benefit my career”

Steven Keates

Steven Keates, RMet

One thing that being a registered meteorologist really drums home is the importance of continuous professional development (CPD). Regardless of your role, or level of experience, keeping your skills current and up to date is highly important. Being part of the Royal Meteorological Society provides many opportunities to do this, as well as a way of logging your achievements.

Paul Knightly

Paul Knightly, RMet

From a manager’s perspective, RMetS qualifications and accreditation schemes are valued inputs to MeteoGroup’s defined career structure. Members of my meteorological team benefit from membership through professional integrity as well as a clear promotional pathway. Additionally, personal development and objectives can be measured through the Society’s continuing professional development (CPD) tools.

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