Job Seeking Resources

  • American Geophysical Union - Job Listings  
    Only accessible by AGU members. The Job Listings include the positions available and student opportunities as published in the most recent issues of Eos. The listings are updated weekly, on Tuesdays.
  • EarthWorks
    On-line database of job opportunities for climate/atmospheric scientists, remote sensing/GIS staff, geoscientists, geotechnical engineers, oceanographers, environmental scientists and hydrographers in the academic, upstream oil and gas, civil and mining sectors with particular focus on North America, the UK, Europe, Africa and Pacific Rim. The service is free to browsers.
  • The Environmental Careers Organization (ECO)  
    The Environmental Careers Organization (ECO) is a national, non-profit, educational organization. ECO's mission is to protect and enhance the environment through the develoment of professionals, the promotion of careers, and the inspiration of individual action. Their website offers information internships, career advice, career products, and research and consulting. The service is free to browsers.
  • EnergyJobsites.com
    An employment site for those looking for jobs in the energy sector.  Owned by a former Penn Stater.
  • The Jobsites List
    Roger Brugge's collection of web pages known to carry job advertisements in meteorology and related disciplines from time to time.
  • JobHuntersBible.com
    The official online job search resource. Helpful articles on building a resume and links to reliable web resources.
  • MET-JOBS mailing list
    A meteorology mailing list to post and view job vacancies maintained by Roger Brugge at the University of Reading in the UK.
  • Monster.com 
    Free web-based employment service which allows you to manage your career any time, from anywhere, search job listings, track job searches, store resumes and cover letters, and connect to a global careers community. Chat with experts, post to message boards and access online career tools.
  • Occupational Outlook Handbook
    United States Department of Labor *Bureau of Labor Statistics. This is a guide to career information about hundreds of occupations!
  • The Riley Guide
    The Web's premier gateway for job search, career exploration and school information, since 1994.
  • SCIENCE Professional Network
    The American Association for the Advancement of Science offers a variety of career-related services and information, including a searchable database of the Science Classified Advertisements

Broadcast Meteorology

While many of the sites above offer multi disciplinary listings, the following sites are suitable for those seeking employment as broadcast meteorologists and weathercasters.

American Broadcast Talent

A company that assists meteorologists in putting together a resume tape that will get them a on air job in television.

Broadcast Employment Services - TVJobs 

Post a resume or search 12 databases of broadcast-related job listings. Information contained in these databases are listed by date of submission. You can also filter or narrow your search by Job Category, Job Location, a Specific State or a Specific Affiliation.

MediaLine

A resource to those seeking employment in television news, production and promotion. Job openings are listed on their voicemail and internet system (MediaLine) and made available to their subscribers.

Talent Dynamics
Offers many resources you can access on-line including agent listings, resume tips and job postings.

 

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