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The Laurel, Wreath, and Pelican Sovereigns of Arms, in combination with Clarion Herald, have reviewed the applications for the recently created position, Silent Herald Deputy. We received applications from several highly qualified candidates, making this a difficult decision.
We would like to thank all those who applied – though we could only choose one candidate, we are pleased to see such a strong pool of heralds dedicated to furthering silent heraldry in the SCA. After careful consideration, we have chosen Nesscia inghean Chearnaigh to take on this job.
We will be working with Nesscia to get her established in this role, and we know she will be asking for help from silent heralds around the known world to work on integrating silent heraldry to become more of a part of the SCA. Please welcome her in this (very) new office.
Applications are sought. Please email me (email@example.com) by May 15.
Laurel King of Arms
From Laurel King of Arms: Silent Herald Deputy Applications Sought
In order to encourage and promote the use and equality of Silent Heraldry at all courts and events in which the entire populace attends, and to assist the silent heralds in their dealings with the Crown, the Silent Heraldry Deputy of Laurel Sovereign of Arms coordinates efforts and communication throughout the SCA. Silent Heralds in the Society are heralds who express auditory information into visual and/or tactile information used by deaf and hard-of-hearing people.
This deputy is tasked with the following duties, plus other such tasks
as assigned by Laurel:
Working with Kingdoms to improve the organization of silent heraldry
and its integration with other court and event heralds.
Working with Kingdoms and Laurel to improve education regarding silent
heraldry, both for silent heralds themselves and the general populace.
Acting as a resource for silent herald programs.
Preparing quarterly reports to Laurel on the status of such programs.
Please email your resume (SCA and modern if appropriate) as well as a short description of your experience related to this job to Laurel at firstname.lastname@example.org. The application period ends on May 15, 2014, with the decision being made immediately thereafter.
Meistari Gabriel Kjotvason, Laurel King of Arms, writes:
The Board approved my request to allow the creation of a silent herald deputy. I shall be finishing up the job description and posting it for applicants shortly.