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    This position is located in the Fleet Numerical Meteorology and Oceanography Center (FLENUMMETOCCEN), Operations Department (N3), Monterey, California.

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    • Perform routine model validation to support ashore and afloat Navy METOC professionals to understand model tendencies and current performance to produce a better forecast. 
    • Develop and maintain contacts with operational forecaster community to facilitate communications on proper use of models.

    • Collect, analyse, and report on past weather and metrological conditions to support forensic analyses.

    • Develops and distributes tailored validation and verification products, in support of a wide range of decisions.

    • Presents scientific and operational results in a general public forum and produces technical documents for inter-agency distribution.

                                                                                GS-11:$70,333 - $91,433

                                                                                GS-12:$84,302 - $109,592

    The duties and responsibilities at the GS-11 are essentially the same as those at the full performance level of GS-12 except the incumbent is under closer supervision and receives more detailed instructions. The incumbent will become sufficiently familiar with the programs of the organization and their relationships with other organizations to satisfactorily perform the full range of duties of the position.  This position has known promotion potential to GS-12.

    Travel Required

    Occasional travel - Approximately 5% travel required in order to perform the duties of this position.

    Supervisory status


    Promotion Potential


    Who May Apply

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    United States Citizens

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    1340 Meteorology

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