Volunteers Needed

Role Description Required Skills Hours per Week
Assistant Webmaster Working knowledge of WordPress and php. Ability to do more than a basic WordPress website. <10
WordPress Expert Expertise in using and edit WordPress themes, pages, and blogs. <10
Graphics Artist Ability to build creative treatments, all mediums. Must be able to design background, helpful having UX/UI/coding background. good to have an Adobe Creative Suite license. <2
Data Analyst Able to manipulate large data sets in SQL and Excel. Knowing R is a bonus.

<5

Recruiter Desire to talk with patriots and bring them into the fold. Willingness to monitor incoming emails.

<10

Blog Editors Editors for blog submissions. Will work with lawyers and ultimately post final product in WordPress. 3 editors needed. <20
Press Release Coordinator Compile, coordinate and follow up on twice-monthly press releases with submitters, pertinent internal stakeholders, and PR firm. Writing, coordination, and Microsoft Word skills necessary. 2.5-5
Videocast Producer 1-2 slots available.  Coordinates all guest selection and arrangements with relevant parties. Researches (often by reading authors’ books)  and compiles list of questions for host.  Coordination, writing, and discernment skills necessary. 2.5-5
OPS Sync and CPC Coordinator Research and prepare briefing sheets, write articles, and assist Director at Large with coordinating with collaborating organizations. Communication, writing, and organizational skills necessary. 5-10
Public Affairs Coordinator Experienced Public Affairs person that’s adept with with press release processes, events, media, social media, press conferences, brochures, presentations, marketing materials, etc. <10
Blog Manager Establish blog policies and procedures. Recruit and train Blog Editors. Schedule editors to ensure one is responsible for BLOG functions each day. Monitor various sources for relevant materials. Solicit STARRS authors and officers to create or contribute to potential posts. 5 to 10
Blog Editor When scheduled as the on-duty Blog Editor, monitor the incoming Blog email for inputs. Monitor various sources for relevant materials. Solicit STARRS authors and officers to create or contribute to potential posts. Review, edit and coordinate proposed and draft Blogs as appropriate. Publish Blogs. Three positions available. 5 to 10