National Aviation Manager job at BOM. Good job for a pilot.

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National Aviation Manager job at BOM. Good job for a pilot.

Postby Kulwin Park » Sun Mar 17 2019, 10:30

hi all, a new job advertised on Career One for a newly created position at BOM. Would suit a pilot who loves the weather, and wants to change their career from sitting in a cockpit.
$132,000 - $142,000 and in Melbourne Docklands

https://www.apsjobs.gov.au/SearchedNoti ... ium=adzuna
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Re: National Aviation Manager job at BOM. Good job for a pilot.

Postby godfather007 » Mon Mar 18 2019, 08:53

Sounds like a good job for another wizard or witch looking into a crystal ball at the BOM.
(Yep.. It’s going to rain for the next few days.
Wind may be windy and the cloud will be low..)
They forecast then re-assess over and over.
Oops.. we were wrong..
If I sucked at my job as much as they do I would quit or asked to be sacked.
I think I like my current office.
Thanks any way for the heads up.
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Re: National Aviation Manager job at BOM. Good job for a pilot.

Postby robaussie99 » Mon Mar 18 2019, 20:50

godfather007 wrote:Sounds like a good job for another wizard or witch looking into a crystal ball at the BOM.
(Yep.. It’s going to rain for the next few days.
Wind may be windy and the cloud will be low..)
They forecast then re-assess over and over.
Oops.. we were wrong..
If I sucked at my job as much as they do I would quit or asked to be sacked.
I think I like my current office.
Thanks any way for the heads up.



142k p/a and no consequences when you screw up??? Where do I sign?!
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Re: National Aviation Manager job at BOM. Good job for a pilot.

Postby skypig » Mon Mar 18 2019, 23:58

I’m constantly amazed by how accurate the weather forecasting is.
Perfect? No?

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