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Meteorologist CV Template + Tips and Download

author Sobhan Mohmand, Career Expert         date 24 May 2021

Tip: Use the Meteorologist CV Template below as an example to help you write your own personal and fully-tailored CV.

Harry Turner

110 Parkwood Road
Mob: 079 8392 6333       Email: [email protected]

Personal profile statement

I am a dedicated, organised and efficient Meteorologist with knowledge in mathematics, physics, and information and communication technology. I have successfully used my analytical, design and problem-solving skills to study and accurately predict the weather. I take great pride in my work and I have a dedication to maintaining high-quality standards. I am fully qualified and possess the right skills to operate specialist computer technology as well as being able to produce clear and comprehensive analytical reports.


  • Employee of the Month, Met Office (Feb 2016)
  • More than four years of experience in studying and prediction the weather
  • Student Ambassador, University of Leeds (2014)


2012 – 2015BSc Meteorology and Climate ChangeUniversity of LeedsGrade achieved: 2:1

Relevant Modules:

  • Environment and Ecology
  • Advanced Mathematics for Environmental and Geophysical Scientists
  • Atmospheric Physics
  • Introductory Oceanography

2010 – 2012
Results: Physics: A Mathematics: A IT: B
A LevelsRidgewood School Sixth Form
2003 – 2010
Results: 11 GCSEs at Grades A*-C
GCSEsRidgewood School

Work experience

Nov 2015 – PresentMeteorologist           Met Office

Main duties performed:

  • Collecting a variety of data and imagery from different sources, including radars, satellites and weather stations
  • Measuring and analysing a number of different factors, including air pressure, density, temperature, wind speeds, wind directions, humidity, cloud cover and solar radiation on a daily basis
  • Monitoring of lightning, thunders, storms and other natural phenomena
  • Operating meteorological instrumentation, including thermometers, sensors and gauges to conduct effective and precise weather forecasts
  • Developing computer models to help predict weather patterns and changes, e.g. predicting the course of a storm or the development of other weather systems
  • Researching and predicting the course of climate change
  • Working with a variety of people, including fellow meteorologists, scientists and academics, on both a domestic and international level
  • Providing weather reports for aviation companies, broadcast companies, military units, agriculturalists and the public
  • Training, teaching and supporting new forecasters in their jobs

Jul 2015 – Oct 2015Meteorologist Intern         Met Office

Main duties performed:

  • Carrying out extensive research on a number of different areas, including extreme weather conditions and climate change
  • Supporting senior team members on large projects
  • Producing presentations and briefing documents for senior members of staff
  • Attending conferences across the country and taking notes
  • Carrying out general admin work, including photocopying and filing


  • Met Office, Forecaster Professional Development Programme
  • Level 4 Certificate for a Meteorological Forecasting Technician (QCF)


  • Outstanding communication skills, both written and oral
  • Comprehensive knowledge of mathematics, physics and information technology
  • Excellent Understanding of mapping, remote sensing and GIS software

Hobbies and interests

I am an active member of my local tennis team, and I have been playing for many years. This hobby doesn’t just give me the opportunity to stay fit and healthy, but it also gives me the chance to develop my communication skills outside of a working environment.


Mr Jack Halo
Senior Meteorologist, Met Office
Address: 5 Howard Rd, Bromley, BI8 1XT
Tel: 0723 7977 4355
Email: [email protected]
Mrs Elizabeth Cunningham
Science Lecturer, University of Leeds
Address: 9 Left St, Kent, K10 7CX
Tel: 0770 5651 8793
Email: [email protected]

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  • Data analysis: As a Meteorologist, you will be dealing with massive amounts of raw data, including numbers, figures and statistics, and processing that into meaningful information. Your CV should, therefore, put a lot of importance on your data analysis ability, including the storing, retrieving, inspecting, transforming and modelling of data.

Good Luck!

Written by Sobhan Mohmand
Sobhan is a qualified Careers Advisor and Professional CV Writer with over 10 years of experience in helping job seekers get a job. He is a Member of the Careers Development Institute (CDI) and is listed on the official UK Register of Career Development Professionals. He holds a Level 6 Diploma in Career Guidance and Development (QCF).


    £18.000 – £35.000
    Degree and Work Experience
    37+ hours per week


  • Scientific Method
    Using scientific experiments to come up with accurate weather information and forecasts
  • Investigation
    Ability to research and examine a matter in a focused manner
  • Organising
    Ability to use systems to organise and keep track of information
  • Organisational Skills
    Methodically running different projects and meeting deadlines
  • Analytical Skills
    Analysing and processing a great variety of data
  • Computing Skills
    Ability to use a computer effectively to accomplish tasks

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