“Bite-sized” jobs available

With the help of the Membership Committee, we now have a list of several dozen specific “bite-size” jobs that could be undertaken by individual members. The objective of this effort is to increase membership engagement and expand the work that we do. None of these opportunities require major time commitments, large scale coordination or exceptionally specialized skills. The jobs are as follows:

  1. Classification Manager. Reviews current list of members occupational classifications, develops new scheme and proposes changes. Reports to the Club Administrator.
  2. Weber’s transition team member. Helps with making the move to Weber’s when we move out of the Union on April 25, 2018. Reports to the Club Administrator.
  3. Weber’s Menu Committee. Help with selecting what we have for lunch, publishing the menu in the Harpoon, and estimating upcoming attendance. Reports to the Club Administrator.
  4. On-line Archivist. Creates and maintains a cloud-based storage system for documents, photos and other files. Computer skills desirable. Reports to the Club Administrator.
  5. DACdb Assistant. Supports and backs up the Club Administrator in the conversion to, and deployment of, this cloud-based membership management software. Computer skills desirable. Reports to the Club Administrator.
  6. My Rotary Companion. Encourages members get a My Rotary account and assists them in its creation and use. Computer skills desirable. Reports to the Club Administrator.
  7. Photographer/Videographer. Ensures appropriate coverage of events, obtains and prepares photos, and submits them to the Editor-in-Chief. Reports to Club Service Director.
  8. Computer Operator for weekly meetings. Part of a team that sets up the laptop and projector for each meeting. Basic computer skills needed. Training available. Reports to Club Service Director.
  9. Parking Concierge. When we get to Weber’s, help members with special mobility needs find a place to park and get in the building. Reports to Club Service Director.
  10. Cashier. We will need to supply our own cashier when we go to Weber’s. Reports to Club Service Director.
  11. Assistant Controller. Helps the Controller with gathering and posting payments, reminding delinquents, producing tax letters, etc. Basic accounting skills needed. Reports to Controller.
  12. Committee Secretary. Takes notes at committee meetings and shares them with the members and the cognizant director. Reports to the committee chair.
  13. Committee Reporter. Writes articles for the Harpoon about significant committee activities. Reports to committee chair.
  14. Golf & Tennis Outing Staffer. The G&TO Committee can use help, especially on the day of the event, Monday, September 10, 2018. Reports to G&TO Committee chair.
  15. Notetaker. Part of a team that takes notes at weekly luncheon meetings.
  16. Tutor. Joins the Rotary Tutors in reading books to elementary students. Reports to Head Tutor.
  17. DOGS team member. DOGS always need members and ideas. Collars/leashes optional. Reports to Lead Dog.
  18. Harpoon staffer. Helps produce and distribute each week’s issue. Computer skills necessary. Reports to Head Harpoonist.
  19. RI Membership Leads contact. Coordinates with the District-level person who handles to incoming leads from the RI website to make sure we don’t miss any possible members. Internet skills needed. Reports to Membership Chair.
  20. New Member Coordinator. Keeps track of the new members coming into the club. Makes sure all the boxes are checked. Clipboard needed. Reports to Membership Chair.
  21. Attendance Monitor. Reviews members’ attendance numbers, identifies and follows up with persons who haven’t attended recently. Spreadsheet skills helpful. Reports to Membership Chair.
  22. Mentor. Serves as a mentor to a new member. Reports to Membership Chair.
  23. Mentor Monitor. Coordinates regularly with mentors and assists them to ensure all is working well. Reports to Membership Chair.
  24. On-boarding specialist. Maintains the list of nominees and follows each one through the process twice a year with each new class. Reports to Membership Chair.
  25. Wednesday Welcomer. Part of a team to make sure luncheon guests get a chance to learn about Rotary if they show an interest. Reports to Membership Chair.
  26. Club Scorekeeper. Pays attention to Rotary Club Central on the web and assists the president in setting goals and maintaining status toward them. Internet skills needed. Reports to President.
  27. Awards Coordinator. Becomes familiar with all available Rotary-related awards and advises the board regarding potential candidates. Reports to President.
  28. Sponsorship Czar. Develops a proposal to expand our sponsorship programs (web, print, events) and presents it to the board. Reports to President.
  29. Website Watcher. Patrols our website to ensure links are working and content is up to date. Internet skills needed. Reports to Public Image Director.
  30. Calendar Coordinator. Ensures that the calendar in our on-line presence is complete, accurate and up to date. Internet skills needed. Reports to Public Image Director.
  31. Personal Connections Manager. Maintains and reports the birthday list but also covers other topics such as service anniversaries. Internet skills needed. Reports to Public Image Director.
  32. District 6380 Liaison. Maintains close contact with the ADG, the district website, district newsletter, et Prepares Harpoon articles as appropriate. Internet skills needed. Reports to Public Image Director.
  33. RI/TRF Liaison. Maintains close contact with RI and TRF through the Rotarian, the RI website and other sources; prepares Harpoon articles and reports to the Board. Internet skills needed. Reports to Public Image Director.
  34. Local Club Liaison. Connects with other local clubs. Subscribes to newsletters, collects news of note, especially on upcoming events and activities. Internet skills needed. Reports to Public Image Director.
  35. Rotarians in the News Reporter. Creates a network of readers for local news sources and beyond to obtain news; submits appropriate Harpoon articles and podium announcements. Good community connections desirable. Reports to Public Image Director.
  36. Committee Liaison. Writes, solicits and/or coordinates regular reports from committees on topics of current interest. Reports to Public Image Director.
  37. Social Media Maven. Organizes and directs a team to ensure we are represented on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, etc. Social media and Internet skills needed. Reports to Public Image Director.
  38. Form Design Consultant. Works with appropriate persons or committees to update/redesign on-line forms for payments, speaker recommendations, new member nominations, etc. Internet skills needed. Reports to Public Image Director.
  39. Rotary Brand Monitor. Becomes familiar with Rotary Brand Central to ensure current and planned club products conform to guidelines. Internet skills needed. Reports to Public Image Director.
  40. Pre-Meeting SlideMeister. Collects information and creates slide shows for looping before each luncheon meeting. Contents could include upcoming events, birthdays, service anniversaries, photos and items of news not covered in the Harpoon. PowerPoint skills desirable. Reports to Public Image Director.
  41. Mini-biographer. Researches and reports on past presidents and other prominent club members. Reports to Public Image Director.
  42. Club Historian and Archivist. Collects, documents and oversees the club’s historical documents and other information. Reports to Public Image Director.
  43. Setup team member. Assist the Sergeant-at-Arms as part of a team to set up for each meeting. Reports to Sergeant-at-Arms.
  44. WCC Scholarship Coordinator. Establishes and maintains contact with WCC in all areas related to our scholarships. e.g. endowed scholarships and STRIVE scholarships. Reports to Youth Achievement Director.