ARRL East Bay Section

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED

Posted by af6aq on April 10th, 2008

The ARRL East Bay Section is in need of Amateur Radio operators to grow the Field Services organization (including NTS) andto fill one section leadership position within the EB Section. The open positions, with links to the official ARRL position description, are listed below. If you are interested please contact the Section Manager or the section leadership official responsible for the position you are interested in. Current ARRL membership is required for all appointments.

SECTION LEADERSHIP

  • Affiliated Club Coordinator – Must be willing to travel through out the East Bay Section to visit all Amateur Radio clubs and organizations in fulfillment of the roles and responsibilities of this position. Reports directly to the Section Manager and also works with other section leadership officials.

FIELD SERVICES POSITIONS

  • District Emergency Coordinator – Must be interested and active in emergency communications in your area. Need one representative each for Alameda and Napa counties. Reports directly to the Section Emergency Coordinator and manages Emergency Coordinators (EC) within your geographic area.
  • Local Government Liaison – Must be willing to monitor proposals and actions of town/city councils, zoning boards, zoning appeals boards, and any other legislative or regulatory agencies or officials below the state level whose actions can directly or indirectly affect Amateur Radio. Reports directly to the Section Manager. Also works with the Sacramento Valley Section Government Liaison.
  • Net Manager – Must have an interest in participating in and supporting the National Traffic System (NTS). Requires regular activity and reporting. Reports directly to the Section Traffic Manager.
  • Public Information Officer – If you are interested in Public Relations, or are the Newsletter/Bulletin editor for your Amateur Radio group, then you may be interested in this position. You will be responsible for gathering and disseminating amateur radio related information. Reports directly to the Public Information Coordinator.
  • Technical Specialist – Reports directly to and supports the Technical Coordinator in two main areas of responsibility: Radio Frequency Interference, and Technical Information. TS’s can specialize in certain specific technical areas, or can be generalists