Fancy working for the Met Office?
Find out about our great career options
Exciting. Challenging. Relevant. All words that describe what it's like to work at the Met Office. You probably know us best for the weather forecasts you see on television, but we do so much more than predict whether there will be sunshine or showers.
By exploring the links below, you can discover more about our exciting work by reading our scientists' profiles. Or you can find out how to increase your chances of working for the Met Office by downloading our careers leaflet aimed at under-16s. You can even jump to the careers section of our main website to see the different types of jobs that are available.
What kind of careers can you have at the Met Office? Check out some of our staff profiles:
- Claire Witham studies how volcanic eruptions are represented in our computer models.
- Mark McCarthy looks how how our climate interacts with towns and cities.
- Gemma Bennitt uses data collected by satellites to improve our climate models.
- Click here to see more staff profiles.
Science, maths and technology are at the heart of what we do at the Met Office, but from the press office to product development, legal services to logistics, there's a wide range of support services needed to help us be the best weather and climate service in the world. The Met Office website has more information on jobs and careers.
You can also explore all the exciting things the Met Office gets up to from our about us pages.