Service is an important part of recovery and carrying the message. Details of service positions at Intergroup level, including current vacancies, are detailed below.
Further information can be found in the Service Handbook
|Position||Description||Required Sobriety||Length of Position||Vacant/Filled|
|Chair||The Chair has the responsibility of convening and conducting the meetings, and approving the agenda and minutes before they are published||3 years||2 years||Filled|
|Region Rep||1 vacancy|
|12th Step List|
|Armed Services Liaison Officer||An Armed Services Liaison Officer is responsible for establishing local links with the Royal|
Navy, the Army, the Royal Air Force and any other organisation that is connected with the
|2 years||2 - 3 years||Vacant|
|Electronic Communications Liaison Officer||The principal role of the ECLO is one of liaison, communication and co-ordination between|
groups, intergroup, region, and the Electronics Communications Sub-Committee (ECSC)
– and to facilitate correlation and dissemination of relevant information between these
principal service areas.
|3 years||2 - 3 years||Due to rotate (July)|
|Health Liaison Officer||The|
HLO establishes contact and maintains communication with healthcare professionals, and
reports back to intergroup and/or region.
|Prison Liaison Officer||Responsibility for sponsorship of prison groups has been placed by Conference with the|
intergroup and is exercised through the intergroup Prison Liaison Officer.
|Public Information Liaison Officer||PI work is sometimes referred to as “Carrying the message to the general public”. This|
includes giving talks to doctors, nurses, social services, police, magistrates, community
groups, business groups, schools, colleges and trade and professional unions and associations.
Open and public meetings, exhibitions, displays, posters, newspapers, magazines, radio and
television also come under the heading of PI.
|Secretary||3 years||Due to rotate (April)|
|Telephone Liaison Officer||The main purpose of telephone services is to put the suffering alcoholic in touch with an|
individual contact or AA group.
|Young People's Liaison Officer||The YPLO will be someone who came into AA at the age of 30 or younger, and so will have|
experience of getting sober at a young age, the better to relate to the particular problems
faced by young people seeking to live sober.
|2 years||2 - 3 years||Filled|
|Archivist||AA members have responsibility to gather and take good care of the Fellowship’s historical|
documents and memorabilia. Correspondence, records, photographs, newspaper and
magazine articles from the past need to be collected, preserved and made available for the
guidance and research of AA members and others (researchers, historians and scholars from
various disciplines) – for now and for the generations to come.
|Employment Liaison Officer||The responsibility of ELOs is to carry AA’s message to employers within their local area|
supported by intergroup and region and a PI/Service Committee if one exists.
|Share Liaison Officer||Vacant|