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  Meteorologist
Industry: TV Job Posted: 4/29/2018
Location: Northeast Region Job Status: Full Time
Experience Level: TBD
 

Job Description:

• Drive accurate weather forecasts and content on all platforms
• Be available at any time dangerous weather conditions occur
• Deliver urgent and accurate breaking weather news
• Keep news team informed of upcoming weather conditions for coverage plans
• Work directly with WSI to troubleshoot issues or needs
• Produce weather forecasts, segments and stories
• Tell the market’s weather stories in a way that connects with and captivates viewers.
• Develop innovative and creative ways of presenting the daily weather story, with an emphasis on accuracy and integrity of data.
• Produce weather graphics and analyze data from the National Weather Service as well as other meteorological sources.
• Work with the producers and news team to create complete coverage of weather. Also prepare and post forecasts for multiple platforms.
• Some live reporting and attendance at community and weather-related events will be required.
• Use of social media daily and especially during severe events.

Qualifications/Requirements

• Minimum of three years experience as a television weather meteorologist/anchor.
• Degree in meteorology
• Must have meteorological certification
• External applicants must submit a resume/CV through nbcunicareers.com to be considered
• Must have the ability to work flexible and sometimes long hours due to the nature of weather events.
• Must be 18 years or greater.
• Must have unrestricted work authorization to work in the United States.

Desired Characteristics

• Experience with severe weather coverage, including but not limited to heavy snow, hurricanes, tornados, severe thunderstorms, flooding and ice events
• Passion to be a part of a major weather event, no matter when it happens.
• Compelling on-air presence - crisp, clear, and confidant
• Should thrive working under the intense deadline pressure of television weather.
• Technologically savvy with strong computer skills (working knowledge of WSI system preferred.)
• Excellent written and verbal communication/presentation skills.
• Strong leadership qualities and self-motivation.
• Understanding of the demands of an on-air HD environment



 

 

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