Job Descriptions - World Wide Web Page Editor (Webmaster)
The New Zealand Association of Radio Transmitters Incorporated
Position: World Wide Web Page Editor (Webmaster)
Location: Anywhere in New Zealand with internet access
Responsible to: NZART Council
Description of Position
NZART is a body that promotes Amateur Radio within New Zealand.
The Webmaster is appointed by NZART Council to edit and present Association and Amateur Radio information on the NZART World Wide Web Pages. Other associated duties include all aspects of NZART's presence on the internet, such as email aliases and lists. The Webmaster reports to NZART Council, through an appointed Liaison Councillor.
Duties of the Position
Liaising with Internet Service Providers on behalf of Council for providing an NZART presence on the internet in a cost effective manner.
To accept submitted text and other material from Council, NZART National Office, other NZART Officers and Branches, edit items and arrange loading onto the web pages.
EXCEPT for OFFICIAL NZART BUSINESS the Webmaster has full editorial discretion and all material is accepted or rejected on that basis. All material presented will be in the best interests of NZART and/or its policies and Amateur Radio.
Provide specialist advice to Council on matters relating to the internet.
Manage an approved budget from Council.
Report regularly to Council, plus a written annual report by 20th January.
The Webmaster will be an experienced amateur operator, and will demonstrate competent performance in:
Editorial experience with publications or related media.
Experience with HTML or a suitable HTML generation system, FTP and related internet technologies required to host a web page.
It is expected that that the Webmaster will have a suitable internet connection, and software, such that the duties will not significantly add to internet expenses.
Managing small financial budgets.
The Webmaster will require:
Good interpersonal skills.
A willingness to see Amateur Radio portrayed well on the internet.
A good knowledge of Amateur Radio and the aims of NZART.
The position is an unpaid annual appointment by Council and operating expenses will be refunded as per NZART policy on Officer Expenses.
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