Telecommunications Adviser sought (10/12/17)

Patrollers everywhere agree that radio communications are essential for effective ski patrolling. The prompt investigation of reported accidents, the need for additional personnel and/or equipment at the scene, and the coordination of transportation of the injured for further treatment, are but some of the patrolling activities for which radio communications play a vital role.

The NSP Telecommunications Program assists the organization and its members by:

  • Providing technical and general-interest information on radio communications through NSP publications, such as NSP.org, The Sweep, and Ski Patrol Magazine;
  • Responding to inquiries from members about telecom issues affecting ski patrols;
  • Assisting other NSP advisers/program directors when radio communications are involved;
  • Assisting patrols with FCC licensing and related regulatory matters;
  • Monitoring NSP compliance with FCC regulations; and
  • Interfacing with allied (EMS/rescue) organizations on radio regulatory issues.

We are seeking a motivated leader to assume responsibilities for this vital NSP program.

Position Requirements

  • Is a current NSP member with relevant subject matter expertise in the radio telecommunications industry.
  • Accepts responsibility for all required FCC and subordinate agency filings.
  • Demonstrable record of working with government agencies and officials at the federal, state, and local levels.
  • Can provide outreach to and advocate for NSP with industry trade and technical associations.
  • Can develop and present program materials on behalf of the NSP Telecommunications Program.
  • Can travel and attend periodic public safety events representing the NSP Telecommunications Program.
  • Responsible for creation of articles for NSP, industry publications, and content for the Telecommunications Program pages of the NSP website.
  • Can identify and evaluate potential radio equipment and service suppliers for NSP pro deals.

What you need to apply

  • NSP/work resume.
  • One-page vision statement for the NSP National Telecommunications Program.
  • Letters of recommendation (2).
  • Candidates should be familiar with Appendix L of the NSP Policies and Procedures and all Telecommunications Program education materials under Member Resources > Education Resources >Telecommunications.

Send all requirements listed above via email only by November 6, 2017, to:
Brian Rull
Telecommunications Search Committee Chair
BrianRull@outlook.com

Applications must be received by 11/6/2017 at 4 p.m. Eastern Standard Time to be considered.

Awards Adviser sought (10/05/17)

The National Ski Patrol has a strong awards program designed to recognize patrols and patrollers. Members of the National Ski Patrol work hard in every aspect of outdoor activities in all four seasons. The Awards Program recognizes their commitment to the public by honoring them with many different types of accolades.

The National Ski Patrol is looking for a committed leader to facilitate this worthwhile program to recognize the men and women who work so diligently for the benefit of others. The National Awards Adviser will administer the current awards program, promote the development of new awards, and deliver awards to division awards advisers according to a predetermined schedule.

We are seeking a motivated leader to continue this vital program.

Position Requirements

  • Is a current NSP member.
  • Is an active specialist in the Awards Program.
  • Exhibits higher than usual interest and performance in the Awards Program.
  • Demonstrates a positive track record, including the use of technology, email communication skills, and ability to provide leadership in this program's success.
  • Works well with others and is able to demonstrate leadership skills for conference calls and face-to-face meetings.
  • Resigns any division positions upon acceptance of national program adviser.
  • Travel to Denver occasionally is required to administer the program.

What you need to apply

  • NSP/work resume.
  • One-page vision statement for the national awards program.
  • Letters of recommendation (2).
  • Candidates should be familiar with Chapter 12 of the NSP Policies and Procedures.
  • Familiar with all materials associated with the Awards Program.

Send all requirements listed above via email only to:
Dave Walker
Awards Search Committee Chair
cert372@yahoo.com

Applications must be received by 11/6/2017 at 4 p.m. Eastern Standard Time to be considered.