The Society is looking to upgrade its use of digital communications to both attract new members and keep the membership informed.
To achieve this we intend to modernise the principal PSPS website and develop our presence on Facebook, Twitter and other social media. While our ships are part of our heritage, our membership surely includes people with skills and experience in 21st century digital technologies.
We are seeking volunteers prepared to commit time first to creating a compelling presence, then keeping up a continuing flow of information. The role(s), which may be branch-based, will include liaising with the Editor of Paddle Wheels to disseminate news in the timeliest manner.
If you are interested, fluent and can spare the time, please contact in the first instance Martin Longhurst, who has looked after our web site since 1998, is now keen to reduce his commitments.
To aid your understanding of the role, these Terms of Reference have been drafted and will be considered by the Council of Management on 7 September 2013.
Full details can be found on the PSPS website
Scottish Branch Committee