RSSVolunteer Vacancies

RSGB Emerging Technology Co-ordinating Committee volunteer vacancy

| May 25, 2023

The RSGB Emerging Technology Co-ordinating Committee (ETCC) is looking for a volunteer to act as Regional Representative for the Central England region. The function of the ETCC is to assist radio amateurs seeking a Notice of Variation (NoV) to operate Repeaters, Gateways or Beacons within the United Kingdom. The responsibilities of the volunteer will include […]

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RadCom Basics Editor

| May 22, 2023

The RSGB is seeking to recruit an Editor for its RadCom Basics supplement. RadCom Basics is part of a suite of publications that also includes RadCom and RadCom Plus. It is aimed at new amateurs and those who want to brush up on the fundamental skills and knowledge needed to be successful in the world […]

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RSGB Trophy Manager vacancy

| May 12, 2023

After serving for nine years, the RSGB Trophy Manager is retiring and so we are looking for a new volunteer for this role. The position is part of the RSGB Volunteer Leadership Team, reporting to the Board. Working in close relationship with the three Contest Committees and the RSGB General Manager, the Trophy Manager looks […]

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RSGB Company Secretary

| March 10, 2023

The RSGB is looking to recruit an RSGB Member to the voluntary position of Company Secretary. The position plays a key role in the Society’s governance and provides vital support in the running of Board meetings and the Annual General Meeting (AGM). If you feel you have the necessary skills to fulfil this important role, or […]

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RSGB Youth Team is recruiting

| January 5, 2023

The Youth Team exists to encourage young people into the hobby, and consists of young people and adults up to the age of 26 who understand the needs of that age range The team currently has 33 members, based far and wide across the UK, and is currently seeking a new Youth Champion. The team has skills […]

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RSGB Lecture Chair

| December 6, 2022

The RSGB facilitates just over sixty lectures per year in a mixture of in-person, hybrid and remote formats. Fifty of these are at the RSGB Convention, and eleven are delivered through the livestreamed Tonight@8 webinars programme of events. This set of lectures aims to cover a wide mix of amateur radio related subjects, across all […]

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