The RSGB relies on a large nationwide team of skilled, dedicated and knowledgeable volunteers
Over 1,000 Members volunteer for the RSGB in a variety of roles—this video explains what motivates them and what they get out of it.
How you can help
If you have time to spare, why not use your skills and experience to help us ensure the future of amateur radio and to provide services for other Members?
All offers of help are gratefully received, but at the moment we are recruiting particularly to the roles shown below.
Whilst these are all unpaid positions, we reimburse your travel expenses.
Volunteering lets you put something back into the hobby and brings its own rewards, so please contact us if you can help.
- Amateur Radio Observation Service (AROS)
- Examinations Group
- Legacy Sub-committee vacancy
- Contest Committees
- EMC Committee Members
- National Radio Centre volunteers
- Propagation Studies Committee – VHF
- Planning Advisory Committee members
- Training and Education Committee members
- Youth Committee
- Regional Team members
Volunteering video: conditions of use
This video can be freely downloaded by any one for use in the furtherance of amateur radio.
Please read these Conditions of Use below before downloading.
- You may copy Volunteering for the RSGB for your own use
- Do not alter Volunteering for the RSGB
- Do not sell Volunteering for the RSGB
- Please credit Volunteering for the RSGB to the RSGB
Volunteering for the RSGB is released under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International licence.
The full text of the licence can be read here.
- Volunteering for the RSGB (3min 26sec/40MB MP4 video)