Volunteering Opportunities - Get Involved!
The IET Radar, Sonar and Navigation Network are appealing to professionals with an interest in this area to join the executive team and represent the technical community. As a registant to this network, we would like to invite you to apply for this oppotrunity, to join the executive team you do need to be a member of the IET.
What is the role of the network?
This network provides a platform for the exchange of knowledge and information and networking within the area of radar, sonar and navigation. This is done through a number of physical and online activities, which allow you to:
What is expected of an executive team member?
Learn about and extend your existing knowledge of the topic
Network with like-minded individuals
Receive information via the web
Share knowledge and experience with others
Executive team members act as ambassadors for the network and wider community. As part of a dynamic and focused group, the team regularly participates in various activities, such as:
Engaging in physical and virtual executive team meetings
Development of the networks annual strategy
Using your professional network of contacts to arrange one or more activities, to engage with engineering and technology professionals
Contributing content via MyCommunity, the IET's professional networking and collaboration platform and the new online home for networks.
We welcome applications from members to join our executive team. All international volunteers can dial-in to participate in our executive team meetings, as we are unable to reimburse international travel expenses.
How will you benefit?
Executive team members benefit from:
Extensive networking opportunities
Training and professional development
The opportunity to promote your area of interest to a wider audience
We encourage you to apply for this unique chance to give something back to your community.
Interested in applying?
If you are interested in joining the committee, please send your CV and a note to explain why you would like to join to the Community Relationship Manager, Carlena Probert-Baulch