Staff positions World Jamboree Amateur Radio
R. MIDDELKOOP 439/3H07/3-5 (Middelkoop@FEL.TNO.NL)
Tue, 23 Aug 1994 13:45:51 MET-DST
To whom it may concern / for those of you with an interest in amateur
radio and World Jamborees:
STAFF POSTITIONS AT THE WORLD JAMBOREE AMATEUR RADIO STATION.
Following the request of many scouts with an amateur radio
licence, please find below some information on staff positions
at the Amateur Radio station of the coming World Jamboree,
scheduled for August 1995 in the Netherlands.
The Amateur Radio crew consists of a Netherlands base group to
which the international staff will be added. We do need a number
of international radio-scouters to run the activities and your
applications are most welcome.
To be eligible for a staff position at the Amateur Radio station
of the World Jamboree you will need to:
- have an amateur radio licence in your country of origin that
allows you HF operations;
- have gained considerable operating experience at large amateur
radio stations and events;
- be a REGISTERED member of your country's official World
- be assigned the position of International Service Staff within
- be fluent in English and French;
- have experience with Scout and/or Guide groups.
On your National application form please indicate that you apply
for a position with the Amateur Radio station, organisation unit
4.72.01. Please note that I cannot accommodate applicants who
are not registered with their contingent. For those of you who decide
to stay somewhere off-site and visit the World Jamboree on your own
on a daily basis, you may obtain a guest operator permit.
Please be advised of the daily entrance fee.
If you do decide to apply for a staff position, I would
appreciate if you let me know as soon as possible. This does not
guarantee a place but does give me an idea of the demand at an
early stage. Your help in making this event into a sound success
is much appreciated.
Richard Middelkooop, PA3BAR
World Jamboree Amateur Radio.
TNO Physics and Electronics World Radio-Scouting
Laboratory & JOTA Advisor
Den Haag, Netherlands. World Scout Bureau
Email: Middelkoop@FEL.TNO.NL Packet: PA3BAR@PI8VNW.#ZH2.NL.EU
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