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Australian Government Bureau of Meteorology Technical Officer yearly salaries in Australia

Salary estimated from 17 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed in the past 36 months.Last updated: 15 April 2020
Average salary
$75,035 per year
Meets national average
Salary Distribution
$37,000
$114,000
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Darwin NT
APS Level 5 (Technical Officer Level 3), $73,151 - $79,725 per annum, plus an additional 15.4% superannuation. Ongoing/non ongoing specified task for 3 years.
6 hours ago
Docklands VIC
Executive Level 1 (Senior Professional Officer Grade C), $98,208 - $110,623 per annum, plus an additional 15.4% superannuation.
6 hours ago
Cairns QLD
As the Technical Officer Level 4 Surface Networks Lead, you will be part of the Observing Operations Hub team in Cairns undertaking key roles in the National…
6 hours ago
Australia
Executive Level 1 (Senior Technical Officer Grade C) - $98,209 to $110,623 pa, plus an additional 15.4% superannuation.
6 hours ago
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Not good
They understand the meteorology but not the business. Driving a restructuring by not looking at the detail is going to present organizational stress.
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Bureau of Meteorologists
The pay is good, management is appalling. If you are a meteorologist you're laughing, if not you need to be careful. Nepotism is rife so you need to suck up to the bosses. No leadership or leaders, just bosses who boss people around. Problem is they promote their own and aren't the right people. They pat themselves on the back and then wonder what to do and look for people to blame when they can't get things done. Everyone who leaves never goes back to Christmas lunches because usually they leave with a bad taste after the way there were treated, even people with 30-40 years service in all sections.
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Can be interesting if you like the weather.
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Average Australian Government Bureau of Meteorology Technical Officer yearly pay in Australia is approximately $75,035, which meets the national average.
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