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Junior Remote Sensing Scientist Atmospheric Motion Vectors

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Help us build our future and make a world of difference on our Early Careers Employment Programme To find out more go to httpsonlineapplication.eumetsat.int reference VN18 06. This is an exciting opportunity for recent graduates to secure an exciting future in the space sector. EUMETSAT is the European operational satellite agency for monitoring weather, climate and the environment, pulling together the resources of 30 Member States. As we develop the next generation of satellites, we want you to join our team and shape our future. We are looking for a graduate with a degree in remote sensing or meteorology to join us. You will work with our colleagues and partners, helping us to develop new Atmospheric Motion Vectors products. In addition to our extensive technical training, we will improve your interpersonal skill and business acumen, supporting you with our network of mentors and coaches. You will work in a multicultural environment alongside colleagues and partners who are the best in their field. The closing date for this campaign is 5th March and interviews will be held in April. The ECEP will start in September and run for two years. EUMETSAT is committed to providing an equal opportunities work environment for men and women and is seeking to recruit nationals from its Member States. Please see our website for further details.

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