Employment Opportunities

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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)

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    Job Category: Grade 4/Full-time


    Classification: Non-exempt


    Salary Range: Salary commencement with experience


    Summary of Position:


    This position is responsible for attending to visitors, members, customers, telephone calls and messages, and the operation and presentation of the lobby greeting area. Other clerical duties are assigned that support the Sales and Marketing Department.


    Major Duties and Responsibilities:


    Customer Service


    1. Respond to phone calls/emails in an effective, friendly manner. Assess each call, assisting with information or referrals, re-directing callers, and/or recording and relaying messages.

    2. Greet all visitors and direct to the appropriate department/individual.

    3. Coordinates tours with volunteer tour guides and W1AW as needed.

    4. Communicate with other departments on needs/requests of visitors, members and customers.


    Data Entry


    1. Accurately process change-of-address and email information into our database systems.

    2. Accurately process data changes to customer and member records.

    3. Process lobby sales. Administer cash, check and credit card transactions. Utilize point-of-sale software and electronic credit card processing.




    1. File department correspondence.

    2. Assist supervisor and co-workers with any tasks, projects, extra or unusual workload due to staff shortages or heavy mail volume. Respond cooperatively to requests to work overtime.

    3. Price and stock publication inventory on a weekly basis. Keep lobby area neat and orderly.

    4. Administer and update digital lobby display.




    1. Demonstrates a positive and productive attitude. Represents the organization in a professional manner: speech, writing and dress.

    2. Greets visitors and answers phone calls in a prompt, professional and friendly manner.

    3. When on duty, ensures the lobby is staffed 100% of the time.

    4. Participates in required and ongoing training. Understands the organization and protocols.




    High School diploma or GED

    Windows Office software – Word, Outlook

    Date entry – accuracy and speed

    Experienced licensed radio amateur preferred

    Foreign language an advantage


    Job Category:  Grade 14 /Full-Time

    Classification:  Exempt                                              

    Salary Range:  Salary commencement with experience


    ARRL is seeking an experienced “full-stack” web development engineer who can work independently as part of a small development team and supervise external contractor teams in the design and develop of web applications.


    Design, develop, document, test, and maintain web applications and user interfaces (UIs).

    Serve as lead web developer for ARRL’s Logbook of the World project 


    At least 7 years of experience in web development which includes:

    ·        Expert-level web system development on Linux/Unix platforms and experience in all project phases from initial architecture to support of production systems.

    ·        Mastery of  the different layers of web development, including advanced knowledge of :

    o   At least one back-end scripting language: PHP, Python, Ruby, etc.; and one web application framework: CakePHP, Django, Ruby on Rails, etc.

    o   HTML (preferably HTML5), CSS (preferably CSS4) and DOM

    o   JavaScript and at least one JS library/framework: JQuery, AngularJS, etc.

    o   SQL (preferably MySQL)

    ·        Comfortable working with:

    o   MVC architecture

    o   AJAX/AJAJ

    o   XML or JSON

    ·        A familiarity with user experience (UX) concepts as applied to the design of user interfaces


    BS/MS in Computer Science, Electrical Engineering,Computer Engineering or the equivalent.