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Meteorological technicians observe weather and atmospheric conditions, record and interpret meteorological data, transmit and report on recorded information, and provide meteorological information and advice to the general public, the transportation industry and the media. They are employed by the Atmospheric Environment Service of Environment Canada and by the armed forces, private consulting companies, resource and utility companies and by provincial governments.
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- Observe, record and transmit atmospheric and weather information including air pressure, temperature, humidity, wind, precipitation, cloud and ultraviolet conditions
- Observe, chart and report on ice conditions in navigable waters
- Provide weather information to various users such as pilots, farmers, shipping industries and news media
- Inspect and service various weather service installations and maintain equipment and instruments
- Analyze and interpret weather data
- Maintain climatological databases and participate in the production of weather maps and charts
- Observe snow conditions and participate in programs to control avalanches in mountainous terrain.
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Job Opportunities as a Meteorological Technicians in the Canadian Forces
The Canadian Forces is currently recruiting for the occupation of Meteorological Technicians. Meteorological Technicians (MET TECH) are employed in observing, briefing and forecasting weather conditions in support of operations at Air Force Wings and Squadrons, on Naval Ships at sea and in Land Force facilities.
To learn more about the requirements for this occupation and the application process, visit FORCES.CA.
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