Discussion in 'Ham Radio Discussions' started by KN6SD, Sep 1, 2021.
Hmmm, any thoughts???
Job Openings at ARRL Headquarters
According to this, they have a staff of 100:
Having 8 positions open right now doesn't seem too out of line, especially given the current employment market.
I hope their chutes were packed well.
I think some of those are new positions.
There have been a few retirements among staff for personal reasons. I cannot discuss the exact reasons. The new CEO is also doing some restructuring to meet new needs/goals of the organization.
You're the most honest Board member there is, and many of us respect what you say and do.
Amateur radio needs the ARRL voice.
I've been a life member for years
"No-Code" Parachute Riggers--Incentive licensing comes to aviation. Be careful what you ask for, you just might get it......
Code of Federal Regulations--Title 14, Part 65 , Sub-part F, "Certification: Airmen Other than Flight Crewmembers"
Federal Aviation Regulations 65.113 : Eligibility requirements-General
(b) "Except for a Master parachute rigger certificate, a Parachute Rigger certificate that was issued before, and was valid on, October 31, 1962, is
equal to a Senior parachute rigger certificate, and may be exchanged for such a corresponding certificate."
Gotta read, write and understand English. Don't show submissions to QRZ.com as documentary evidence. It never ends well.
Some here undoubtedly hope that is true and will be bitterly disappointed to learn it is not.
Are you thinking of applying?
I'd consider it, at double the posted salaries. How do you maintain a family in New England on $70k a year?
I'm sure it could be done, and is done, but I wouldn't want to try.