RSSVolunteer Vacancies

OAS Regional Operating Adviser vacancies

| January 21, 2019

The Operating Advisory Service (OAS) is the RSGB’s advisory and reporting service. It provides advice on good practice to support radio amateurs affected by problems with use of the amateur bands. We aim to recruit a team of Regional Operating Advisers (ROAs) from around the country, nominally one per region. The ROAs will be the first point […]

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National Radio Centre

| January 2, 2019

With over 55,000 visitors to the RSGB National Radio Centre in 2018, we are looking to recruit new volunteers to engage with the public and give radio demonstrations. If you’re interested in becoming an NRC volunteer you should be passionate about meeting people, feel confident explaining the hobby, as well as operating the NRC’s radio […]

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EMC Committee

| January 22, 2018

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. We welcome enquiries from volunteers with appropriate knowledge of this area. Further information about the EMCC can be found on […]

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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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Emerging Technology Coordination Committee

| November 28, 2017

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. RSGB Members interested in […]

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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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