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Vacant Service Positions

The following service positions are currently vacant within the London Chelsea Intergroup:

More in depth details of these vacant positions and all other service commitments can be found in The Structure of AA in Great Britain Handbook. Link to the Handbook found here.

Service Officers should be able to attend Intergroup meetings every other month, making a short verbal report of any activities undertaken and should have an established period of continuous sobriety, ideally not less than two years:

The Employment Liaison Officer is responsible for interfacing with all sectors of commerce and industry, developing and maintaining contact lists. The focus of the task is closely linked with that of the Public Information Rep, so that close coordination between these two posts is essential.

Familiarity with the local area and a thorough knowledge of the AA Service and Structure Handbooks for Great Britain are vital to the role of ELO.

The Health Liaison Officer is responsible for aims to establish contact with any health personnel who are likely to come into contact with anyone who may be experiencing an alcohol problem. Through the use of AA literature, videos, attendance at meetings and word of mouth from fellow recovering alcoholics, show that AA works.

Familiarity with the local area and a thorough knowledge of the AA Service and Structure Handbooks for Great Britain are vital to the role of HLO.

The Share Representative is responsible for promoting the circulation of Share Magazine; the official AA monthly magazine produced by GSO within the Intergroup area, by encouraging subscriptions at group level, encouraging written contributions of experience, strength and hope for inclusion in future editions, and urging other officers to include relevant events and activities in the magazine's publication.

Updated 27.9.2017