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Weather Producer Interview

26 Questions and Answers Written by Christina Erne

Updated on August 30th, 2018 |
Question 1 of 26
What is your least favorite part of the job?
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How to Answer
The candidate should discuss what their least favorite part of the job is, but ultimately should be positive about working through it. They should discuss something that they struggle with or dislike doing and why, but also talk about how over time they see themselves fixing that dislike.

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Question 2 of 26
What is your favorite weather event you have covered and how did your forecasting stack up?
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The candidate should discuss a weather event they have covered and how the forecasting measured up to the actual event. They should discuss ways that they forecasted the event leading up to it, and how the outcome turned out. This will show the hiring manager their quickness and accuracy of forecasting.

Question 3 of 26
How can this station improve their forecasting procedures?
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While the candidate should not criticize the current weather procedures in place, he or she should offer some ways that when they come into the office they would improve its overall functionality. Some suggestions could be from organization to updating graphics.

Question 4 of 26
Do you have any experience in front of the camera?
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The candidate should discuss any experience they have on camera, if any. Some weather producers hope to be in front of the camera one day, while others specifically choose to stay behind it. The candidate should discuss which one they are and how it will affect the job.

Question 5 of 26
What type of education did you receive to be qualified for this job?
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The candidate should discuss their previous education and how it relates to the job. They may discuss degrees, certifications, and even internships and experience they have had to qualify them to work in the weather industry.

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Author of Weather Producer Answers and Questions

Christina Erne
Christina Erne is a meteorologist and a journalist at News 10 ABC in Albany, NY. Beginning her career as a reporter, she worked her way up the ranks of local television, learning the ins and outs of all possible jobs in the field, from technical support, to weather staff.
First written on: 05/05/2017
Last modified on: 08/30/2018

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