VOLUNTEER POSITION DESCRIPTIONS
Program Coordinator Communicating with both clients and team members, processing and filing invoices, and answering questions from customers or clients.
Outreach Worker Organization's point of contact with the community it serves that provide a service to a certain group of people.
Hospital Responder Acts as participant advocate, coordinates and makes referrals for services. The Responder will implement strategies to reduce violence related to injury re-admission. Intervene in scenarios of retaliation and support access to the wrap around services offered by closest hospital.
Crisis Mediator Facilitates communication between the parties in conflict with a view to helping them reach a voluntary resolution to their dispute that is timely, fair and effective by helping the parties explore their options.
Violence Interrupter Works in the netherworld of street gangs and pass muster with gang leaders. Interrupters cruise the streets of the toughest neighborhoods to identify and intervene in gang-related conflicts before they intensify.
Administrative Assistant Providing administrative support to ensure efficient operation of the office. Supports managers and employees through a variety of tasks related to organization and communication. Responsible for confidential and time sensitive material. Familiar with a variety of the field's concepts, practices and procedures. Ability to effectively communicate via phone and email ensuring that all Administrative Assistant duties are completed accurately and delivered with high quality and in a timely manner. May direct and lead the work of others. Keep meeting minutes.
Credible Messenger Individuals who are able to connect with and motivate the most challenging young people because they: Come from the same communities. Are formerly incarcerated or were involved in the justice system. Have turned their lives around. Demonstrate integrity and transformation.
Finance Manager Controls accountability of assets, program funding, and gifts.
Public Relations Responsible for developing and maintaining the public images of their clients or organizations. This may involve issuing press releases, promoting press releases, maintaining a social media presence and arranging public appearances.
Personal Development Coach Professionals who specialize in helping people achieve specific goals and overcome obstacles to personal growth. Goals may be related to any area of personal development, including relationships, business, finance or health and wellness.
A & R Supervisor Artist & Repertoire person responsible for talent scouting and the artistic and commercial development of the recording artist.
Artist Supervisor Negotiating contracts and fees, finding and booking events and venues that match the artist's career strategy, advising on career decisions, publicity and promotion, helping them on career decisions such as which record producer to work with, or which songs to perform, and managing media relations
Producer Supervisor Negotiate deal points and contracts, prepare budgets, and attend scheduling meetings and spotting sessions. They oversee the compositional process, ensuring that the required music is being written, listened to, and reported upon. They organize music orchestration and copying
Data Engineer This role will explore and create sounds, beats, rhythms etc. based off the artist’s individual style and music preference to help develop a sound to use in recording sessions.
Engineer Supervisor This role will help to supervise and assist the data engineers to complete the optimum sound in recording sessions for the artists. Volunteer - provide their time and work on a variety of different tasks, based on project, need, or cause. COVID-19.
Street Team A volunteer to participate on the special project, need, or cause for the foundation during specified activities. COVID-19
Other An unidentified position but has capacity to volunteer. COVID-19