RSSVolunteer Vacancies

EMC Committee

| January 22, 2018

EMCC Chair vacancy The EMC Committee (EMCC) helps and advises members who have EMC problems, lobbies regulators and guides standards to protect the spectrum. It also investigates emerging EMC threats and updates members on these and other EMC matters. The EMCC Chair has a committee of volunteers who are expected to play an active role in […]

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HF DXpedition Fund

| December 18, 2017

The RSGB assists HF DXpeditions to the rarer countries through a fund that is supported each year from proceeds of the raffle, which is held at the annual RSGB Convention, as well as income from legacies and donations. The Society is looking to appoint a 5th Trustee for the HF DXpedition Fund who, given the increasing […]

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Amateur Radio Observation Service

| December 1, 2017

AROS Coordinator vacancy The Amateur Radio Observation Service (AROS) is the RSGB’s confidential advisory and reporting service. It is intended to assist radio amateurs and others who may be affected by problems which occur within the amateur bands or which develop on other frequencies as a result of amateur transmissions. The AROS Coordinator runs a […]

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Emerging Technology Coordination Committee

| November 28, 2017

Chair of the RSGB Emerging Technology Coordination Committee The Emerging Technology Coordination Committee (ETCC) develops and enhances the UK amateur radio repeater and data communications systems and promotes the introduction and rollout of appropriate new technologies. This committee performs a key role in the enjoyment of amateur radio by large numbers of RSGB members. After […]

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Legacy Subcommittee

| September 20, 2017

The Legacy Sub-Committee makes recommendations to the RSGB Board on requests for funding from the £180,000 Legacy Fund. The Board wishes to appoint a new Chairman of the Legacy Sub-Committee and also a further sub-committee member. Information about the fund is on the RSGB website and further details of these appointments are available from the General […]

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International Amateur Radio

| July 27, 2017

RSGB volunteers contribute to the development of international amateur radio within Region 1 of the International Amateur Radio Union. Some volunteers also work directly with the IARU. This vital work goes on largely unseen but is essential in ensuring the amateur radio voice is heard, especially in Regional telecommunication organisations, the International Telecommunications Union and […]

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