02/01/2022 @ 11:09am
The BTA is looking to fill a number of Committee posts. Chairman Barry Stagg has outlined what we are looking for:
Can you use a computer? Do you like working with others? Can you spare about 30 minutes a week?
If the answer to all three questions is ‘yes’ then the BTA would love to have you as their new Membership Secretary. No previous experience needed.
The job will involve keeping a record of our membership, both individual and affiliated clubs and working with the Treasurer and others to make sure members renew their membership; also writing a short report every quarter on the membership situation.
If you like having fun, love to plan things, and love philatelic events then you are just the person I’m looking for!
I am looking for somebody to coordinate the BTA annual programme, including Zoom meetings, making sure that events don’t clash and that they put together an interesting and varied thematic programme. Some events are organised by other BTA members, such as the BTA residential Weekend, and they will advise you of the dates, but others will need to be discussed and agreed with various committee members, such as the AGM timescale and venue.
The job will involve talking to committee members to gather and give relevant information; in particular the Themescene Editor, Secretary, Treasurer, Competitions Office and Chairman. The good news is that none of us bite! And the really good news is that most of the 2022 programme has already been sorted.
Can you use a computer, write in plain English and can spare no more than 30 minutes a week? If the answer is ‘yes’ then the BTA would love to have you as their new Publicity Officer. No previous experience needed.
The job will involve sending emails/news releases to the philatelic press on events past and present (such as our competitions) with a view to getting them published.
If you are interested in any of these posts or would just like to know a little more please contact me on email@example.com or phone me on 01242 519245 at any time.