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ARRL Announces Two Career Opportunities:

from The ARRL Letter on July 19, 2018
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ARRL Announces Two Career Opportunities:

ARRL has announced career opportunities for a Business Services Manager and a Senior Lab Engineer -- EMC/RFI Specialist at ARRL Headquarters in Newington, Connecticut.

The Business Services Manager reports to the Chief Financial Officer and is responsible for the marketing and sale strategies of print and digital advertising along with wholesale book revenues. Responsibilities include relationship management with all clients, sales analysis -- including internal and market trends and management functions such as forecasting, budget preparation -- and staff management.

Candidates should hold a bachelor's degree and have 3 or more years of in-depth industry- and job-specific and supervisory experience. Applicants should possess excellent interpersonal skills, strong written and oral communication skills, a high level of sales and marketing expertise in print and digital media, and extensive knowledge of Amateur Radio.

The Senior Lab Engineer -- EMC/RFI Specialist reports to the Lab Manager, and plans and performs a wide range of technical duties in support of ARRL objectives with respect to electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) and radio frequency interference (RFI) in the Amateur Radio Service. Candidates must hold an Amateur Radio license. This individual will work with ARRL members and others in the Amateur Radio community to resolve EMC/RFI problems, and will maintain a database of member contact regarding specific EMC/RFI cases. The Senior Lab Engineer -- EMC/RFI Specialist will work with Federal Communications Commission (FCC) staff and with industry and standards development organizations in the course of resolving and preventing EMC/RFI problems, as well as identify devices with significant RFI potential, test the devices, and draft detailed reports on their performance.

The applicant should hold a bachelor's degree in electronics or have 3 - 5 years of relevant experience. Ideal candidates will have experience in the EMC/RFI field with an emphasis on Amateur Radio.

Detailed descriptions of the job requirements for both position are on the ARRL Employment Opportunities page


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