RAC Ontario Section Bulletin for May 7 2011

Official Bulletin, RAC Ontario Section


1. NARED now ready for applicants

The National Amateur Radio Emergency Database (NARED) is ready to receive applicants. If you would like to be considered, have a high level of Emcomm training or are willing to update, please contact RAC VPFS Doug Mercer, VO1DTM, email vo1dtm (at) hotmail.com, to receive an information package, release of liability form and application. Your application will be reviewed by our National Emergency Coordinator VE6AFO, and NARED Manager VA3TSA.

— RAC Bulletin Service

2. New Field Organization IT Advisor

The Field Organization National Secretariat welcomes A.J.(Andrew) Bryan, VE7KSN, as IT Advisor.  A.J. has experience as a Business Analyst and IT Support Specialist with the British Columbia Provincial Emergency Program, is staff representative to the Radio Advisory Committee, and is currently Emergency Management Technology Specialist with the PEP, Emergency Management British Columbia.  His knowledge and experience will contribute to the successful implementation of a new Field Organization.

— RAC Bulletin Service

3. Field Organization Seeks PR Specialist

Our National Secretariat has an opening for a Public Relations specialist.  Candidates should have a degree in administration with five years PR experience; extensive knowledge of Microsoft Office; good decision making and problem solving skills; solid communication skills; fluency in both official languages; and knowledge of all social  network modes.  The applicant should be creative, outgoing, enthusiastic, confident, and an effective team player. If you would like to be considered for this National volunteer position, please forward your CV to VPFS Doug Mercer, VO1DTM, email vo1dtm (at) hotmail.com

 — RAC Bulletin Service



4. Space Weather to leave WWV

Beginning Tuesday, September 6, the Space Weather Prediction Center (SWPC) will cease broadcasting its geophysical alert message on WWV and WWVH. These messages inform listeners of the solar flux, the mid-latitude A and K indices and space weather storms, both current and predicted. Currently, the message is heard on minute 18 from WWV and minute 45 from WWVH. The information will still be available on the SWPC website, at tinyurl.com/wwv-swpc.  If you care to comment on this, or if you have any questions, the SWPC’s email address is swpc.wwv (at) noaa.gov

— ARRL Web

Bulletin sent from Official Bulletin Manager Brad Rodriguez, VE3RHJ


Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: