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Interested in a position but don't see it listed here? Please email Capt Jen Herrington at jherrington@cap.gov.

 

Squadron Commander - Hickam Composite Squadron

This opportunity is open to any active Senior Member living on the island of Oahu subject to this memo.  Please read the memo and CAPP 40-2 and respond to Lt Col Tim Rapp, Hawaii Wing Vice Commander for Support, at trapp@cap.gov, with application packages by 17 July so interviews can be scheduled.


 
 

 

Wing Historian

We are in need of a volunteer historian(s). From Civil Air Patrol Regulation 210-1: Civil Air Patrol Historical Program —

The CAP Historical Program is intended to systematically collect historical data and prepare accurate, objective, impartial and useful accounts of the organization, development, administration, operations and other features of the Civil Air Patrol and its antecedents. The program's principal objectives are to provide historical information for CAP planning, operational and educational purposes; to preserve and disseminate the history of Civil Air Patrol; and to prepare and publish scholarly books and studies that keep the public informed about Civil Air Patrol and its cadet program, aerospace education and emergency services missions.

The Wing Historian must be a current senior member or an adult eligible for membership in Civil Air Patrol.

Cadets are eligible to become Cadet Historians and are welcome to apply as well.

Wing Historians report directly to the Wing Commander.

 

 

Public Affairs Officers and Cadets

Multiple Wing Public Affairs (PA) positions are open for both senior members and cadets. PA personnel will engage in various activities to increase public awareness of CAP, its local, state, and national missions, and its contributions to the nation. Members may either specialize or engage in any (or all) of the following: social media (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram), journalism, photography, videography, video editing, website content management, live reporting, graphic design, newsletter creation and management, media relations, and more. Training and support will be provided. Those interested in Emergency Services will train to become Public Information Officers. All will report to the Wing Director of Public Affairs.

Qualifications required:

  • Eligible cadets will have attained the CAP grade of C/TSgt or higher.

  • Good attitude

  • Willingness to learn new skills

  • Willingness to teach skills you already have

  • Written communication skill

    • ability to produce written information so that an intended audience understands the material

  • Oral communication skill

    • ability to transmit information by spoken word so that an intended audience understands the material

  • Interpersonal relations skill

    • ability to interact with others and avoid offense in dealing with people

 

Conference Protocol Officer (Senior Member) - POSITION FILLED

Works directly with the Conference and Banquet Chair to ensure that protocol is worked out for the conference and banquet. Ensures that the introduction of VIPs are met as outlined in CAPP 3 and AFPAM 34-1202. Also may be consulted by the Wing Commander to provide advice for VIPs. 
Requirements: Prior/Current Military Experience Preferred
Reports to: Conference/Banquet Chair

 

Conference Public Affairs Officer (Senior Member)- POSITION FILLED

The Public Affairs Officer is responsible for all media posts relating to the conference and banquet. This individual is also responsible for advertising these events, through social media, email and other contact methods. Also, this individual is responsible for reaching out to state officials as well as CAP officials from the Wing, Region and National levels to get individuals to attend the conference/banquet. Will consult with the Hawaii Wing Director of Public Affairs as needed.
Requirements: Public Affairs Experience 
Reports to: Conference/Banquet Chair

 

Conference Information Technology Officer (Senior Member)- POSITION FILLED

The IT Officer is responsible for setting up and managing the software that we will use for the Virtual Conference. This person will also advise the Chair on any IT matters that are linked to the Conference. Will  consult with the Hawaii Wing Director of IT as needed.
Requirements: IT/Video Conference Software Experience Preferred
Reports to: Conference/Banquet Chair

 

Conference Director (Senior Member)- POSITION FILLED

The conference director is specifically responsible for all classes that take place during the Conference. This director specifically works with the Cadet Project Officer, Senior Member Conference Coordinator, and the Class Moderators. Also, the Conference Director is responsible for putting together the application for registration for all members (this may be done with the Banquet Director as well).
Requirements: Prior Event Planning Preferred/Working with Cadet Experience
Reports to: Conference/Banquet Chair

 

Senior Member Conference Coordinator (Senior Member)- POSITION FILLED

The Conference Coordinator is responsible for the conference schedule and ensuring that classes are organized for the senior members. 
Requirements: None
Reports to: Conference Director

 

Conference Cadet Project Officer (Phase 4 Cadet)- POSITION FILLED

The Cadet Project Officer reports directly to the Conference Director. This cadet is responsible for coordinating all cadet classes being taught along with cadet instructors. The Cadet Project Officer is responsible for ensuring that the classes taught are tailored to the cadet needs, meaning that the classes taught are benfitatal and informatived along with encompassing the three CAP missions (Leadership, Aerospace and Emergency Services). The Cadet Project Officer is also responsible for formulating a cadet class schedule. 
This role is dynamic and the CPO may be used in different positions to help represent the cadet core in decisions. 
The Cadet Project Officer may have a staff to help them plan the Cadet Side of the Conference.
Requirements: Must be a Phase 4 Cadet (C/Captain or Higher)
Reports to: Conference Director

 

Conference Class Moderators (Senior Members) - 4 openings- POSITIONS FILLED

The Class Moderators are responsible for monitoring the virtual classrooms where classes are conducted. They are responsible for admitting members into the classroom and monitoring activity.
Requirements: None
Reports to: Conference Director
 

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