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4/24/06 The Stage Team Meeting Times and Places and Amateur Radio Assignments are available as downloads for registered volunteers.
4/22/06 The Final Schedule and Time Cards are available as downloads for registered volunteers.
4/22/06 The final Route Book is available as a download for captains.
4/22/06 The Access Rules for Stages is available as a download for registered volunteers.
4/22/06 The 2006 Communications Plan is available as a download for registered volunteers.
4/22/06 Bill McDuffee's Routes to Stages for Workers are available as a download for registered volunteers.
4/22/06 Check the photos of the Rim roads being graded.
4/14/06 As a result of our grading efforts we have been able to lengthen Del Sur. The Revised Schedule and Maps are available as PDF downloads for registered volunteers.
4/11/06 We have had to rearrange the Saturday schedule to accommodate a horse endurance ride on Liebre Mtn. The Revised Schedule and Maps are available as PDF downloads for registered volunteers.
4/11/06 Paula's Capt Meeting Schedule for Friday April 28 is now available as a PDF download for registered volunteers.
3/19/06 The 2006 Timing Control Procedures and Logs are now available as
PDF downloads for registered volunteers.
3/17/06 The Fairgrounds Timelines are available as downloads for registered volunteers.
2/26/06 The Volunteer Newsletter is now posted.
2/26/06 The flyer for the Worker Thanks Barbeque, Training & Captains Meeting (Sat, April 15) is now posted. Download the Map to Arcadia Park.
1/20/06 Online Volunteer Registration is now open.

One of the best ways to involve yourself in Rim is to become an event worker. You'll meet all the teams, see the cars in action, and learn first-hand what rally competition is all about! There are many interesting jobs available.

You can volunteer to help with registration or tech inspection, be a spectator area marshal, or learn to be a timing control worker on the stages. If you're an amateur radio operator, you can join one of the teams providing the vital and extensive communications links for the rally. A training session for timing control workers will be held on Saturday, April 15 after the Worker Thanks BBQ, see the flyer for details.

Joining the RIM volunteer work force will entitle you to a 2006 Rim of the World Rally T-shirt, as well as other worker perks. In addition you will also earn points for the Western States Rally Championship Worker Challenge. Check out section 5.0 of the WSRC rules.

Online Volunteer Signup is now closed. If you would like to volunteer please call MaryAnne Shults at (949) 768-2609.

 
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Below is the list of Rim's volunteer positions (click to download a PDF of most job descriptions). Download Acrobat PDF Reader for free.

Day of the event jobs:
Banners and Signage
Rally Information
Sales Operations
Press Operations *(PC experience)
WEB Operations *(WEB Page experience)
Photographer (digital)
Video Team (to show at the parties)
Staking and Arrowing *(course set up experience needed)
Registration
Tech inspection
Main Time Control worker
TC, Stage Start or Stage Finish Timing
Communications Operator *(HAM radio license and equipment)
EMT *(licensed EMT with equipment)
Spectator Area Marshal
Service Area Marshal
Set Up Cars
Course Closing Car (fully staffed)
Sweep Vehicle *(pickup or SUV)
Hospitality
Scoring
Trophy team

Jobs that require pre-event as well as day of the event effort:
Director of Volunteers (filled)
Rally Information Officer (filled)
Chief of Sales (filled)
Equipment Manager (filled)
Timing Control Captains
*(timing experience needed) (filled)
Communications Captains *(rally comm experience needed) (filled)
Chief of Emergency Services (filled)
Competitor Relations *(timing control experience needed) (filled)
Spectator Area Captains (filled)
Service Area Stewards (filled)

* Requires experience, special skills or special equipment







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