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Volunteer Job Bank Policies

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Who Can Do Hiring

The Chapter Bylaws specify that the Chapter President identifies candidates for Committee Manager positions. The council must vote on and approve each Committee Manager.

Further the Chapter Bylaws indicate that all Committee Managers are the hiring managers for their committees.

All ad hoc positions are managed either by a member of the Chapter council or by someone the council has delegated the responsibility to.

When Does a Job Begin or End

All jobs within the Chapter are renewable at the beginning of each Chapter year (June to June). In general, the Boston Chapter endorses a policy of turnover in jobs. The intent of this policy is to allow all volunteers the opportunity to learn and grow with new experiences. In addition, this policy is intended to limit the concerns that a job may be owned by one person.

Right to a Job

With the exception of elected positions, as set forth in the Chapter Bylaws, no member is automatically entitled to any position within the Chapter. The Council, through its selection of Committee Managers, controls who occupies what position and when.

Non-members may participate in STC-Boston Chapter activities including participating as committee members. Non-members may not hold any position higher than committee member.

All committee manager positions, including elected positions, are reserved for STC-Boston Chapter members.

Procedures

  1. Volunteer jobs posted in the job bank on the Boston Chapter Web site are limited to the following:

    • Must be consistent with the STC-Boston Chapter's Strategic Plan and other planning documents, goals, and objectives.

    • Positions located in the geographical area that the Boston Chapter STC serves (Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and southern New Hampshire).

    • Some positions require attendance at regularly scheduled meetings; others do not.

  2. Volunteer jobs will be posted on the Boston Chapter Web site (http://stc-boston.org) typically within one week of submission.

  3. Volunteer job postings include links to the e-mail address provided in the job submission.

  4. Volunteer jobs can be submitted electronically via the job submission form available from the Web site, or by mail to the Volunteer Coordinator.

  5. The volunteer job listing includes the following information: job title, description/responsibilities, skills/experience, equipment, time commitment, contact information (name, e-mail address, phone numbers), and comments.

  6. Volunteer job seekers can access the volunteer job list from the chapter web site. This is the preferred method of access. Or, they can request job listings by mail. To receive listings by mail once a week for a month, job seekers can send the Volunteer Coordinator their mailing address. The service is free to STC members. The non-member fee for this service is $10.00 for the first month and $5.00 for each subsequent month (paid by check to the Boston Chapter STC and mailed with the request). If there are no new postings during a particular one-week period, the Volunteer Coordinator will not mail anything to the job seeker.


 
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