Re: Any BAS Communications Managers on the forum
It's an unusual role and there aren't many of them, so there may only be 5-10 people who have done that job on that base. When I was in Antarctica 20 years ago the job didn't exist, but the job I did has existed for over 50 years at multiple bases perfomed by multiple people at once.
If you are interested then apply, they will send you lots of information about the role, come up with specific questions and then ask here.
Your specific job on base will have a significant effect on your experience of Antarctica. I would guess that this job will not take you off base as part of your normal duties. Remember the base is where you live work and spend much of your spare time.
There are 2 aspects to being in Antarctica, the physical environment and the "mental environment" inside your head. If you're ok with these then apply for the job.