Applications invited from suitably experienced and qualified members for the role of an eNotice Coordinator

IEEE UK and Ireland is the largest Section in Region 8, and probably one of the largest Sections outside the US. The eNotice Coordinator is required to disseminate eNotices for example for events, online Section calls, meetings, conference call for papers (CFPs), in a timely manner, and as when requested by the Section Chair, Secretary and Members.

  • IEEE eNotice is an electronic newsletter subscription service that has been developed for IEEE organisational units to facilitate email distribution of newsletters, meeting notices and IEEE conference materials
  • The source of email addresses for eNotice is the IEEE Membership Database.  New members are automatically added, members who move to a new Section are automatically moved, and past members are excluded by default
  • Each message gives the member an opportunity to opt-out of future eNotices
  • When an IEEE officer requests an eNotice, it is sent to the organisational unit (OU) to which that officer belongs (e.g., when IEEE UK PES Chapter Chair requests an eNotice, it is sent to IEEE UK PES Chapter members only).

The eNotice Coordinator role typically requires 1-2 hours a week, and at peak periods over 2 hours per week, but most importantly, the role requires someone who will be accessible and available.

To apply for the post, please indicate your interest by sending a one page statement of your interest, experience, dedicated time, and including a CV to the IEEE UK & Ireland Secretary, Dr Cyril Onwubiko. The closing date for this enquiry is 20th February 2018 and successful applicants will be notified by 27th February, and an online chat will be scheduled with the Section Chair.

2018-02-06T22:25:00+00:00 February 6th, 2018|IEEE, news|