management of HKRCSS is entrusted to a committee consisting of four
office bearers, five
function chairs (*), some interest group representatives and a few
committee members. We also invited a few advisors to give advises on
matters related to the club functions. Regular committee meeting will
be held every three
months and there
annual general meeting for all members. The four office bearers are:
Chairman, Vice Chairman, Treasurer, Secretary. The five
function chairs are responsible for, publicity, technical,
There is also a
safety officer to overlook the safety issues of the club's activities.
job definitions of these posts are
given as follow:
the club's activities, membership drive, membership registration, web
hosting and updates, production of bi-annual newsletters, external
relationship with the general public, other r/c clubs and government.
supports, projects on designing new models, model review, review of new
building techniques, design r/c electronics to support club's
activities, flying site development.
of new pilots, flying skill upgrade, organize training courses for
sailplanes, both theory and practice, training courses in r/c
principles, r/c equipment, band and frequency selection, production of
social functions for the club's members, such as annual dinner, field
trips, study tours, get together BBQ, hiking, soaring trips to exotic
up relationship with r/c model industry including model shops and
manufacturers. To secure sponsorships for club's events and contests.
To secure purchase discounts from model shops for our members.
of the safety officer is to lay down the guidelines for the safety
issues of the club's activities, and to enforce the guidelines
rigorously from time to time.
In order to serve
of our members whom may have a wide area of interest, HKRCSS may allow
a group of members sharing the same interest in some items of r/c
soaring activities to form an interest group. Examples of these groups
are: thermal soaring group, EPP combat group, and etc. Currently, we
have the following active interest groups:
Scale Soaring Group
Slope Racing Group
F3K Hand Launch Glider Competition Group
In the first committee
meeting of 2013, it was agreed to cancel the competition chair. In the
past, interest groups who are supposed experts in their fields
made the rules and organized the competitions, and was running very
well. This is more appropriate then all handled by the Competition