About this opportunity
• Understand the QSL business of the WIA and IARU.
• Take primary direction from the National Inward QSL Manager and undertake these and other related duties as required by the manager.
• Understand and undertake the role of QSL Operations Manager on behalf of the WIA Board.
• Understand, abide and maintain the WIA QSL Policy and make recommendations to the QSL Manager on changes and updates.
• Understand and abide with the WIA Constitution, rules, regulations, standing orders, policies, processes.
• Understand the structures, processes, procedures and documents that establish the WIA organization.
• Sort and arrange for sorting of incoming QSL cards.
• Dispatch sorted cards to State or Territory QSL Bureaux.
• Organise VK0, VK9, special events and unrecognized callsign QSL cards for sorting by the QSL Manager.
• Liaise with Outwards, State and Territory QSL Bureaux and members when necessary.
• Liaise with WIA Office Staff where necessary.
Administrative, Educative & Communication:
• Respond to, and securely file, all QSL correspondence and documentation.
• Keeping relevant stakeholders informed of the QSL activities.
• Deliver QSL education aligned with the WIA QSL Guidelines for a range of audiences including the State & Territory Bureaux and Members of the WIA.
• You reside in VK3 (Victoria) and are able to visit the WIA National Office in Bayswater on a regular basis.
WIA Member, access to a computer and the internet.
(for insurance purposes volunteers must be members of the WIA)
Four to Five hours per week usually in a single block.Good for
- Virtual Volunteering
- Volunteers with a disability
- Work Experience
- Administration, Office Management
- Information, Tour Guides, Heritage
- Research, Policy and Analysis
On-the -job training will be provided.