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Attn: Monique Levesque
225 Main Street
Newington, CT 06111
Fax: 860-594-0298

ARRL is an equal opportunity employer.



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Open Position(s)







    Position: Chief Executive Officer


    Classification: Exempt


    Salary Range: Commensurate with experience


    Reports to: Board of Directors and the President


    Summary of Position:


    The Chief Executive Officer is responsible for leadership and management of staff, planning and tracking financial results and corporate compliance, maintaining effective member interface and service levels, monitoring regulatory developments and directing advocacy and public-relations efforts in support of Amateur Radio domestically and worldwide, and working with the Board of Directors, Officers, and other management toward achievement of the League’s goals, strategies and plans for the betterment of Amateur Radio. The CEO acts as a direct liaison between the Board and management of the organization and communicates to the Board on behalf of management.


    Essential Job Functions:


    1.      Plan, develop, organize, implement, direct, and evaluate the League’s operational performance and fiscal and compliance functions.


    2.      Participate in the development of the League’s plans and programs.


    3.      Provide leadership, direct Headquarters staff, and maintain performance standards in Headquarters operations.


    4.      Assure the timely and accurate analysis of budgets, financial reports, and financial trends in order to assist the Board and senior management in performing their responsibilities.


    5.      Assist the President in representing the League with national and international government agencies, other Amateur Radio bodies and other organizations.


    6.      Enhance and/or develop, implement and enforce policies and procedures of the League by way of systems that will improve the overall operational effectiveness of the organization.


    7.      Lead the development of effective programs for the promotion and growth of Amateur Radio and provision of services to the League membership.


    8.      Initiate plans, programs and policies for the advancement of Amateur Radio to be presented to the Board for approval.


    9.      Work with Officers and Directors in developing plans for League activities.


    10.   Evaluate and advise on the impact of long-range planning, introductions of new programs, strategies and regulatory activities.


    11.   Provide the Board with advice and counsel on all aspects of the Amateur Radio Service to guide policy development.


    12.   Prepare a comprehensive report on the progress and status of the affairs of the League for the Annual Meeting of the Board.


    13.   Perform such other duties as the Board may assign.


    Knowledge and Skills:


    1.      Leadership, motivation, monitoring and evaluation of personnel


    2.      Strategic thinking and a focus on the achievement of organizational goals


    3.      Problem solving/analysis


    4.      Decision making and consideration of diverse viewpoints


    5.      Performance management and effective use of resources


    6.      Oral and written communication proficiency


    7.      Effective financial and operational management and oversight


    8.      Understanding of Amateur Radio and its operational, technical, regulatory and social environments


    Required Education and Experience:


    1.      Bachelor’s degree


    2.      Ten years management and supervisory experience


    3.      Demonstrated ability in providing effective leadership and management of business operations


    Preferred Education and Experience:


    1.      Master’s degree


    2.      Fifteen years management and supervisory experience


    3.      Active Amateur Radio operator


    4.      ARRL member for at least four years


    Please submit your resume no later than Thursday, May 31, 2018.


    Position: Controller                                                                

    Department:   Controller

    Supervisor: CFO                                                                  


    Job Category:  Grade 14/Full-time

    Classification: Exempt                                                            

    Minimum Starting Salary: Commensurate with experience



    Summary of Position:


    Responsible for the planning, organization, review and implementation of all accounting and reporting functions within the League, including general accounting, budgeting and purchasing.


    Essential Functions & Responsibilities:


    ·         Directs the activities of the Accounting Department including the regulators, advising, and managing of direct and/or indirect subordinates.

    ·         Responsible for all financial reporting requests from Staff Officers, regulators, and independent auditors.

    ·         Plans, develops, coordinates and monitors the implementation of accounting procedures and controls including the application of electronic data processing.

    ·         Assists in the development and compilation of the organization’s annual operating budget for the CEO/CFO’s approval.

    ·         Performs special projects as requested by the CFO or the CEO for internal use or use by clients.

    ·         Researches special topics in accounting theory and taxes as the need arises and performs other job related duties as assigned.




    ·         Ensure the organization’s financial activities follow sound financial principles and comply with all state and federal regulations.

    ·         Accurately review and analyze detail to produce monthly financial reports within established deadlines.

    ·         Exercise the ability to organize and present clear and comprehensive verbal and written reports of findings and recommendations.

    ·         Maintain a highly qualified staff, sufficient to meet the long-term organizational goals; establish and achieve development objectives for individuals.

    ·         Accurately complies the annual operating budget for the CEO/CFO’s approval.

    ·         Increase personal proficiency and knowledge through professional literature and educational programs, reads accounting and auditing pronouncements to keep abreast of new issues.

    ·         Note observations of employee performance and complete performance reviews within the prescribed time frame.


    Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:


    ·         Three years to five years of similar or related experience.

    ·         A college degree with a concentration in Accounting and Finance.

    ·         A significant level of trust and diplomacy is required, along with strong supervisory skills. Work involves extensive personal contact with others and is usually of a personal or sensitive nature.  Work may involve motivating or influencing others. Outside contacts become important and fostering sound relationships with other entities (companies and/or individuals) become necessary and often requires the ability to influence and/or sell ideas or services to others.

    ·         Must be able to work and travel independently and use general office equipment and technology. Software applications include Great Plains, Microsoft Office and banking software.





    Position:  Lifelong Learning Manager                        

    Department:  Lifelong Learning    

    Supervisor:  CEO                                                        

    Job Category:  Grade 15 / Full-Time

     Classification:  Exempt                                              

     Salary Range:  Commensurate with experience



    Requirement: ARRL seeks to develop a program of lifelong learning for its current and prospective members to supplement existing programs housed in its Education Technology Program (ETP). The proposed program would serve a wide range of users from non-licensed individuals to newly licensed amateur radio operators as well as experienced operators striving to update their communications technology skills. The learning material will draw from a rich archive of existing published content in the archives of QST Magazine, ARRL’s 400+ current publications library, as well as exploit newly created content in written, spoken, and video-based learning formats. The lifelong learning program will form an integral part of ARRL’s Knowledge Management activities, which encompasses the totality of its publishing, media, and instructional efforts.


    Knowledge Manager Job Description:

    Plans, coordinates, and implements an on-going lifelong learning program for ARRL members. Sources learning content from independent subject matter providers, members, and related organizations. Supervises the creation and distribution of learning content. Utilizes the fullest range of available print and electronic media. Works with membership management, editorial management, and publications under the supervision of the CEO consistent with the ARRL strategic goal of advancing the art, science and enjoyment of Amateur Radio.


    Primary Responsibilities include but are not limited to the following:

    • Plan, implement, and manage the online (eLearning), and offline, lifelong learning process including instructional design and quality course design reviews
    • Adapt to a wide range of technology, attention spans, and generational biases
    • Research and implement new instructional strategies and knowledge management technologies to remain competitive in the design, development, and delivery of Amateur Radio knowledge; research emerging technologies and their application to teaching and learning
    • Manage the production of high quality video, multi-media, and graphic materials to support the delivery of custom-made programs
    • Collaborates with all relevant areas of ARRL HQ and the field to plan, script, and deliver instructionally sound and aesthetically attractive content

    Basic Qualifications:

    • Bachelor’s degree
    • Minimum of three (3) years of experience developing and deploying educational assets or a related field
    • Ability to communicate effectively through oral and written media
    • Ability to work with a diverse team of Subject Matter Experts

    Preferred Qualifications:

    • Bachelor Degree or higher in instructional design, instructional technology, education technology, corporate training, communications, language arts, or media arts
    • Certified Professional in Learning & Performance (CPLP) or CompTIA Certified Technology Trainer (CTT+) or similar
    • Learning Program Development & Management
    • Demonstrated content development management experience
    • Demonstrated training development and deployment experience
    • Experience with Captivate, Canvas, Blackboard, Articulate, or other LMS or eLearning tools

    Travel:     May include very limited domestic/international