Ms. Jiao Meiyan

02-08-2008 Source:China Meteorological News Press

 

Jiao Meiyan, born in 1962, holder of Master Degree of Science from Nanjing Institute of Meteorology (now renamed as Nanjing University of Information Science and Technology), Senior Engineer, Advisor for MA Candidates.

 

August 1983-September 1986: Forecaster of Jilin Meteorological Observatory;

 

September 1986-April 1989: Obtained Master degree from Nanjing Institute of Meteorology (now renamed as Nanjing University of Information Science and Technology);

 

April 1989-September 1991: Worked as engineer in Anhui Research Institute of Meteorological Sciences;

 

September 1991-March 1993: Deputy Director of Wuhu Municipal Meteorological Bureau;

 

March 1993-December 1994: Vice-director of Anhui Research Institute of Meteorological Sciences;

 

December 1994-April 1995: The Assistant of Director and a member of the CPC Leading Group of Anhui Provincial Meteorological Bureau; Vice-director and director of Anhui Research Institute of Meteorological Sciences;

 

April 1995-March 2001: Deputy Director and a member of the CPC leading group of Anhui Provincial Meteorological Bureau;

 

March 2001-December 2004 Deputy Director-General of National Meteorological Center;

 

December 2004-November 2007, Director of National Meteorological Center;

 

November, 2007-May 2008, Director-General of Forecasting Services and Disaster Mitigation; Director of National Meteorological Center;

 

June, 2008-Now:  Deputy Administrator of CMA;


She holds concurrent posts of deputy secretary-general of the State Flood Control and Drought Relief Headquarters, vice-chairmen of Chinese Committee of THORPEX Scientific Project., etc.

 

Responsibilities:

 

Assisting the Administrator in managing the forecast, service, emergency, disasters mitigation and information networks, Department of Emergency Response, Disaster Mitigation and Public Services, Department of Forecasting and Networking. Meanwhile in charge of contacting National Meteorological Center, National Climate Center, National Meteorological Information Center, etc. and every meteorological bureaus of Central and South China. In charge of the research and development of numerical model.





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