The European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts (ECMWF) is an independent intergovernmental organisation supported by 34 states. ECMWF is currently hiring IT professionals: Analysts Cloud Data Services, Data Processing Analyst, Business Analyst and Software Developer to be located at their Headquarters in Reading, Berkshire, UK. Learn more about this great organisation and find out if you are eligible to apply. Please note: these vacancies are closing soon so don't miss the deadline.
ECMWF is an intergovernmental organisation based in Reading, Berkshire, in the UK, approximately 50 miles from London.
ECMWF recruit staff of the highest calibre in all areas of the organisation and employ scientists, analysts, accountants, administrators, secretaries, linguists and IT professionals.
ECMWF currently employ approximately 300 staff from over 30 different countries, who are mostly located at the same site in Reading.
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"Having worked in operational meteorology in Serbian and Czech Meteorological Services and experience giving a presentation at an ECMWF workshop, I thought ECMWF would be a stimulating place to pursue my career. Settling into work was much helped by the professional and friendly colleagues. At the Centre, I work on acquisition and pre-processing of satellite data for chemical processes modelling and enjoy being part of the unique MACC atmospheric services in Europe."
Xavier Abellan, Analyst in the Forecast Department
"Before coming to ECMWF, I worked in user support at the Barcelona Supercomputing Centre for five years. Joining the User Support Section at ECMWF seemed a natural step as I can build upon my previous experience whilst developing my expertise in another international organisation. I find it particularly rewarding using my knowledge to help users overcome problems and get the most out of the Centre's resources."
Vincent-Henri Peuch, Head of Atmospheric Composition Division, in the Research Department
"In 1997, whilst working for Météo-France, I visited the Centre and decided it would be a great place to work. When I joined the Centre as GMES/MACC Coordinator in September 2011, I found that those feelings from long ago were correct. I have been impressed by the high commitment of everyone here and their wanting to work together to ensure ECMWF remains a world leader."
Katalin Novak, HR Assistant in the Administration Department
"Having already worked in a UN agency in Hungary, I was keen to continue using my HR expertise in an international organisation. Also working with scientists for the first time was an appealing prospect. As a member of the HR Team, since September 2011, I have the enjoyable task of helping new members of staff settle into ECMWF's multicultural environment."Learn more about ECMWF