Volunteer Adhocracy in Action Worksheet


Position Title:


Goal(s):
Should be meaningful, measurable, specific and time-c...
Sample Position:         Newsletter Editor
Goal: Produce 6 bi-monthly online newsletters (6-8 short articles each) between...
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in …5
×

Volunteer Adhocracy In Action Worksheet

973 views

Published on

A Worksheet for breaking larger volunteer roles into smaller contributing roles as part of a volunteer adhocracy.

0 Comments
0 Likes
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Views
Total views
973
On SlideShare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
11
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
7
Comments
0
Likes
0
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

Volunteer Adhocracy In Action Worksheet

  1. 1. Volunteer Adhocracy in Action Worksheet Position Title: Goal(s): Should be meaningful, measurable, specific and time-constrained. Tasks associated with accomplishing the above goals (e.g., write articles; choose event location; call new members): Translating Tasks into Positions: Creating Contributor Volunteer Jobs: Contributor: Contributor: Task(s): Task(s): Rewards: Rewards: Contributor: Contributor: Task(s): Task(s): Rewards: Rewards: Provided by Mariner Management & Marketing, www.marinermanagement.com 
  2. 2. Sample Position: Newsletter Editor Goal: Produce 6 bi-monthly online newsletters (6-8 short articles each) between April 1, 2009 and March 30, 2010. Articles to include standard items such as president’s letter, calendar of events, new member list, member spotlight, event promos and re-caps, etc. as well as features on current issues. Tasks: 1. Develop editorial calendar 2. Recruit & manage contributors (e.g., copywriters, photographers, designer/layout, proofers, distributor – see below) 3. Solicit as needed, review & edit submissions 4. Oversee or handle loading into e-news software & distributing Reward: Thank you from president, attribution in newsletter, pride in accomplishment and contribution to profession. Contributors (Ad Hoc volunteers): Copywriters (Per Event/Activity) • Labor Pool: students / young professionals seeking certification / knowledgeable vendors / etc. • Job Request: 150-200 word re-cap of event, interview member by phone (pre- defined script), 200-300 word description of current issue, etc. by [insert date – leave time for procrastination] Photographers (Per Event/Activity) • Labor Pool: amateur photographers (check their website) • Job Request: 10-15 photos of event, activity by [insert date – leave time for procrastination] Designer (6 times for the year) • Labor Pool: if you’re using a product like Constant Contact, MyEmma, iContact, etc., a member with typical word processing skills • Job Request: prepare template or format by [insert date based on production schedule]; circulate for proofing & finalize Distributor (6 times for the year) • Labor Pool: Depending on software being used, this job will vary; need a member who is detailed-oriented and familiar with basic email programs • Job Request: Prepare data file & distribute newsletter by [insert date], follow-up on bouncebacks by [insert date] Reward: Each receives attribution in newsletter, thank you from newsletter editor & chapter officer and registration discount. Provided by Mariner Management & Marketing, www.marinermanagement.com 

×