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Did you know that all of our ship designs in STF are custom-made by current and former STF members? Come join in the discussion in EDept as we overhaul the ship creation process to make it more approachable and usable! Read about the proposed Unified Ship Creation Manual (USCM) here. We welcome everyone’s feedback!
Due to RL, Dave Shotton will be stepping down from the Challenger. As such, we are recruiting for a new Commanding Officer for the USS Challenger. As this is a key position in the Academy, the requirements for the position are as follows:
Be relatively active. In essence, cadets cannot be placed on your ship if you are AWOL.
You must have held a main fleet (x-fleet is NOT included in this) CO position for a minimum of three months.
All interested applicants are encouraged to email firstname.lastname@example.org with their interest. Be sure to include how you meet the requirements and be prepared to offer references if requested.
The position will remain open until the right candidate is found, but I would appreciate receiving applications no later than Saturday, September 14th.
Applications are now open for the EDept staff positions!
What does the Engineering Department do? It’s “tasked with creating, maintaining and codifying STF-specific ship specifications and technology for use by STF, and acting as an Engineering-related resource and knowledge base for STF members.”
Position descriptions/responsibilities will somewhat depend on applications received with AEDir leaning toward a more organizational/training role and Dockmaster a more technical role. Above all, I’m looking for a cohesive team to make significant progress in the next few months.
Please e-mail email@example.com with some background info about yourself and what you’d like to contribute to the EDept. Even if you don’t think you’ve been in the club long enough or you don’t know enough Star Trek… apply. :) Applications are due by August 30.
The first newsletter will be sent out tomorrow morning. If there are any issues or questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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