The New Zealand Association of Radio Transmitters Incorporated
Position: NZART Monitoring Service Coordinator
Location: Unrestricted within New Zealand
Responsible to: NZART Council
Description of Position
NZART is a body that promotes Amateur Radio within New Zealand.
The NZ Monitoring Coordinator is appointed by NZART Council. It is an integral part of the International Amateur Radio Union monitoring system, which is responsible for the coordination, investigation, and reporting of intruders and interference within allocated Amateur Radio frequencies. The NZ Monitoring Coordinator reports to NZART Council through an appointed Liaison Councillor.
Duties of the Position
Have a knowledge of various signal types.
BE computer literate and able to maintain a Data Base.
Be able to coordinate reports received.
Be able to produce reports.
Have a knowledge of Amateur Band International allocations.
Have some knowledge of I.T.U. Radio regulations.
Have an ability to competently correspond with International Bodies.
Be able to address groups, clubs etc. on the NZ Monitoring Service.
Manage an approved budget from Council.
Show responsibility and due care and attention to the equipment provided by the NZART Council for the position.
Keep an inventory of the equipment provided by NZART Council.
Report regularly to Council, at least 3 monthly, plus a written annual report by the 20th January each year.
The NZART Monitoring Coordinator will be a member of NZART, and will be either a licensed Amateur Operator, or an experienced short wave listener with the appropriate level of experience required.
Will have a basic knowledge of office procedures, which include record keeping, report writing etc.
Will have effective communication skills, both written and oral.
The NZART Monitoring Co-ordinator will require:
Good person skills.
An enthusiastic interest in the Monitoring Service both within New Zealand and Internationally.
A willingness to see Amateur Radio publicised and promoted.
A good knowledge of amateur radio and the aims of NZART.
A willingness to work with NZART Council, its Branches and its members to effectively carry out the duties.
The position is voluntary, however operating expenses will be refunded as per the NZART policy on Officers expenses.
Various items of equipment are provided to enable the co-ordinator to confirm reports received.
Familiarisation with the position will be given by an appointee of NZART Council.
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