Come  work  with  a  professional,  energetic  group  of  Maritime  &  IT  explorers!  We  are  looking  for  open‐minded,  creative individuals to contribute to our modern Maritime & Tourism World. GA views interns as our future workforce; therefore, work assigned to an intern is professional in nature & is conducted in a learning environment that provides each student real‐world  experience  &  an  opportunity  to  be  evaluated  for  potential  long‐term  employment.  Internship  assignments are  open  to  associate,  undergraduate,  graduate,  &  post‐
graduate  students  &  are  based  on  entry‐level  professional  job descriptions,  which  will  involve  a  great  deal  of  independent  work under  the  guidance  of  a  senior‐level  supervisor  & mentors.  The  position  will  operate  remotely  (from  the  comfort  of  your  own  home!).  You  will  be  directly  supervised  by the Project Manager via regular Skype, email & phone communication.

Interns who perform successfully & meet program requirements are invited to continue in  the program for the duration of their degree programs, & may be granted the opportunity for conversion to permanent employment upon graduation.

  • Build your resume with professional experience
  • Work with an innovative, team‐oriented firm
  • Learn valuable business, technology, & imaging skills while nurturing personal growth

The overall job function is to support the team with activities related to Meteorology  and/or hydrologist with strong computing background (preferably with some cursory maritime weather experience) needed to assist in generating,  applying systems to generate forward looking weather information worldwide. The candidate will be responsible for automating existing and improving forward looking forecast systems while coordinating with NOAA and relevant Geography, Mapping, Satellite Imaging, Maritime & Tourism Information.

The following are basic skill sets required for GA’s internship program

  • Exceptional spoken & written English skills
  • Excellent communication skills & willingness to work as part of a team
  • Intelligence & a positive attitude
  • Be geographically aware
  • Know how to use Windows OS computers
  • Knowledge about meteorology  and it’s changing effects on maritime conditions
  • Working knowledge of Photoshop
  • Working knowledge of NOAA’s weather products and NOAA terminology
  • Working knowledge of Excel
  • Working knowledge of Google Earth
  • Able to operate on your own with weekly Skype team calls     

The following are value add factors but not required

  • Ability to travel & not susceptible to motion‐ sickness     
  • A sense of adventure & exploring
  • Your own secure Windows OS workstation or laptop

About Good Anchorage

Good Anchorage is a global UGC website for maritime information – although the business office is based in Vanuatu we have business units based all around the world. We are flexible & willing to work around student schedules.

When applying, we request a resume, & confirmation of the school’s requirements if any.  Please send materials to



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