Board Of Directors

Misha Collins

Co-Founder and Board President

Danneel Ackles

Board Member

Michelle Henning

Board Member

Susan Markowitz

Board Member

Genevieve Padalecki

Board Member

Philip Schneider

Board Member

Jennifer Willis-Rivera

Board Member

Executive Director

Rachel Miner

Executive Director

Executive Team

Amanda Tucker

Director of Programming

David Antonelli

Director of Finance

Becky Houseman

Creative Director

Alex Vincent

Outreach Director

Chris G.

Executive Liaison to the Board

Administrative Support

Sara Carothers

Executive Assistant

Chuck Faustine

Executive Assistant

Acts

Shawna Kathleen Abston

Acts Manager

Stephanie Hill

Acts Proposal Specialist

Branding

Carmen Natschke

Organizational Data Analyst

Corporate Relations

Drew Sheinen

Corporate Relations Manager

Paul Higdon

Corporate Sponsorship Specialist - Research

Ahmed Alesa

Corporate Sponsorship Specialist

Communications

Lisa Cerezo

Communications Manager

Bea Arbeiter

Communications Coordinator - Online Compliance

Sushali Ramesh

Compliance Coordinator

Lauren Marrett

Compliance Specialist

Destinations

Rea Niessen 

Destinations Manager

Events And Annual Programs

Ruby Curtis

Program Lead - Class Act & Kindness Heroes

Jean Hayes

Program Lead - AMOK & Kindness Heroes

Jennifer Santangelo

Events Coordinator

Finance

Suzanne Jones Scrivner

Finance Manager

Andee Johnson

Financial Analyst

Evan Raycraft

Budget Analyst

Rebecca Sims

Inventory Coordinator

Fundraising

Beverley Burrows-Pym

Fundraising Coordinator

Kiernan Gladman

Grant Writer

Ori Regn

Grant Writer

Human Resources

Jennifer Goodwin

Human Resources Manager

Stephanie McCabe

Assistant HR Manager - Recruiting

Paulina Fangel

Assistant HR Manager - DEI

Bethany Burke

HR Coordinator

Bridget C. Wenum

HR Coordinator

Ryland Stalder

HR Specialist - Accessibility

Jen Hanson

HR Specialist, DEI

Diana Alonso

HR Specialist- DEI

Justine Dharni

HR Specialist- DEI

Information Technology

Lauren Angelini

IT Manager

Carin Davis

IT Admin

Multimedia Graphic Design

Iliana Habib

Graphic Designer

Stephanie Han

Graphic Designer - Social Media

Dharanie Hewa Battage

Graphic Designer

Multimedia Photography

Kathryn Roach

Photography Editor

Multimedia Videography

Beth Sturrock

Assistant Manager - Videography

Kayleb Lee

Video Editor Lead

Outreach

Ilse De Waele

Support Network Coordinator

Nicole Manzetti

Friends of Random Acts Coordinator

Emma Lawson

Outreach Coordinator - Resources and Toolkits

Ry Charles

Outreach Specialist

April Vian

Outreach Coordinator

Ken Leng

Student Group Coordinator

Strategic Initiatives

Becky Christie

Assistant Manager - Strategic Initiatives

Miranda Debenham

Assistant Manager- Projects

Brittney Sheffield

Project Coordinator

Celina Herrero

Project Coordinator

Monique Lowe

Project Coordinator

Vivien Lyon

Legal Advisor

Public Relations

Christina Orieschnig

PR Coordinator

Social Media

Eloisa Armini

Social Media Manager

Julie Merar

Social Media Manager

Natasha Monteleone

Social Media Coordinator

Katie Pfledderer

Social Media Specialist

Stephanie Al Say

Social Media Specialist

Kaleef Lloyd

Social Media Specialist

Casey Malue

Social Media Specialist

Meredith Price

Social Media Specialist

Writing

Jessica Burbridge

Assistant Writing Manager

Dreana Ferguson

Sr. Staff Writer

Chrisha Anderson

Staff Writer

Ann-Kathrin Bomkamp

Copy Editor

Cassie Comeau

Copy Editor

Rachel Finucane

Staff Writer

Karyl Anne Fischer

Staff Writer

Aubrey Houck

Staff Writer

Chauntel Lopez

Copy Editor

Amanda Scarangella

Staff Writer

Jessica Starks

Staff Writer

Vanessa Taylor

Staff Writer

Holli DeWees

Staff Writer

Mariella David

Staff Writer

Madison Petro

Staff Writer

Lauren West

Staff Writer

Regional Representatives

Nicole Kirby

Regional Representative Manager

Rowan Meredith

Regional Lead, Canada - West

Jade Wardle

Regional Lead, UK - South and ROI

Darsey Meredith

Regional Rep - DEI Lead, Regional Representative, Canada - West

Natalie Fisher

Regional Representative, Australia East

Rebecca Guthrie

Regional Representative, Australia East

Kiri Lenagh-Glue

Regional Representative, New Zealand

Emma Beattie

Regional Representative, UK - North

Bhumika Makwana

Regional Representative, UK - South and ROI

Anna Katherine

Regional Representative, Canada - East

Ted Cabanes

Regional Representative, Canada - East

Stacie Amber Baldwin

Regional Representative - US Central

Caryn

Caryn Tegtmeyer

Regional Representative, US - Southwest

Sara Dmytryshak

Regional Representative, US - North East

Jules

Jules Thompson

Regional Representative, US - Northeast

Misty Cash

Regional Representative, US - South East

Emily Rivera-Jackson

Regional Representative, US - South East

LisaW

Lisa Weiss

Regional Representative, US - Southeast

Casey Flenniken

Regional Representative - US Mid-Atlantic

Monai Liburd

Regional Representative - US South East

Samara Cogan

Regional Representative, US - North West & Jr. Writer

Heather Fath-Azam

Regional Representative, US - Great Lakes

Holly Olsen

Regional Representative, US - Great Lakes

Susan Mickelson

Regional Representative, US - Great Lakes

Amber Lee Kinion

Regional Representative, US - South West

Dina Rodriguez

Regional Representative, Central America

Anwesha Das

Regional Representative, Asia

Keerthana Nair

Regional Representative, Asia

Riham Hallal

Regional Representative, Asia.

Marjorie Nagpacan

Regional Representative, Asia

Cherry

Regional Representative, Asia

Zahra Khan Durrani

Regional Representative, Pakistan

Coffie Richard

Regional Representative, Africa

Grace Kileo

Regional Representative, Africa

Katie Welch

Regional Representative, US Virgin Islands

Vacancies

Random Acts is an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all staff. 

We are committed to working with and providing reasonable accommodations to individuals with disabilities. If you need an accommodation because of a disability for any part of the application or employment process, please send an e-mail to HR@randomacts.org and let us know the nature of your request and your contact information. 

Regional Representatives

Deadline: Open until Filled

Description

We’re searching for Regional Representatives to provide support to volunteers developing project and act proposals, as well as supporting the organization and coordination of events for Random Acts within their geographical areas. Regional Representatives act as a central point of contact for our volunteers and supporters by developing, promoting and facilitating acts via agreed social media forums. Regional Representatives are part of the extended volunteer team, and report in to the Events Manager.

We have Regional Representative vacancies all regions worldwide:

  • Africa
  • Asia
  • Australia & New Zealand
  • Canada
  • Central America
  • Europe
  • South America
  • United States

This role requires remote-working. Applicants must have regular and reliable access to the internet, as well as the motivation to dedicate their time to the organization.

If you are interested in this position, please read the job description carefully before applying for this volunteer role. You must include a resume when applying for this position.

Position Requirements

  • Enthusiasm and commitment to the aims and objectives of Random Acts
  • Experience of working for charitable causes or community engagement
  • Facilitation of online communities
  • Ability to deal with volunteers and act participants
  • Ability to work under the policies and procedures of Random Acts
  • Ability to act as a point of contact for individuals/groups
  • Ability to encourage people to perform acts
  • Regular access to the internet
  • Time to dedicate to the role
  • Ability to speak predominant regional languages is a plus for Representatives
Job Description Apply for this Position

Acts Proposal Coordinator

Deadline: Open until filled

Description

The Acts Coordinator is responsible for coordinating the approval of funding requests from supporters. Reporting to the Acts Manager, the Acts Coordinator will ensure that all appropriate procedures are followed when approving or declining applications, and that all requests are processed in a timely and organized fashion. This role involves preparing and managing reports to give a real time overview of the Acts department. The Acts Coordinator is expected to provide flexibility and cover/support for the Acts Manager Officer where required.

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Coordinate Act Proposals from beginning to end, including the system itself on Podio,
    queries from supporters and potential applicants, the applications themselves, the approval
    of acts, allocation of funds or promotional materials, and the completion of acts along with
    receipts and reimbursement of funds or promotional materials
  • Prepare reports within Podio to track and monitor Acts on a regular basis
  • Ensure that the relevant staff are aware of proposed or ongoing acts
  • Ensure that proper documentation is kept, and appropriate approvals are given on a timely
    basis
  • Ensure that the organization’s procedures, particularly for financial applications, are
    followed
  • Support the Acts Manager in communicating with relevant Departments to ensure
    information is shared with supporters in a timely fashion
  • Keep the Acts Manager informed of significant problems that jeopardize the well-being of
    the organization, escalating to senior staff where necessary
  • Attend regular staff and departmental meetings
  • Any other projects or duties as requested by the Acts Manager

This role requires remote-working. Applicants must have regular and reliable access to the internet, as well as the motivation to dedicate their time to the organization.

If you are interested in this position, please read the job description carefully before applying for this volunteer role. You must include a resume as well as the associated task assignment when applying for this position.

Position Requirements

  • Excellent computer skills
  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills, both inside and outside the organization
  • Well organized and deadline-oriented
  • Tactful, creative and enthusiastic, with the ability to positively motivate others
  • Willing to work independently and as part of a team
  • Flexibility concerning work schedule to accommodate evening and weekend meetings and
    events
  • Bachelor’s degree, or at least 1 year of experience working with budgets or in project
    management, preferably in the non-profit sector
Job Description Apply for this Position

Annual Programs Assistant Manager

Deadline: Open until filled

Description

The Annual Programs Assistant Manager is responsible for the high-level management of annual programs such as AMOK, Class Act, and Kindness Heroes at Random Acts.  Reporting under the Events Team, the Annual Programs team works hand in hand with the lead Coordinator for each program, as well as the cross departmental teams that are support for the programs. These programs heavily rely on strong timelines, tight program plans, and detailed budgets.

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
    • Lead and actively participate in the management of Annual Programs at Random Acts
    • Develop and organize the department and the activities of the department
    • Review post-activity data for all Annual Programs at Random Acts
    • Manage the personnel on the Annual Programs team
  • Keep the Events Manager and the Director of Programming informed of problems that jeopardize the well-being of the organization or its reputation, including any potential issues, escalating this information to the Director and Leadership Team where necessary
  • Attend regular staff and departmental meetings
  • Complete monthly and ad-hoc reports and budgets for programs under the care of the Annual Programs team.
  • Any other projects or duties as requested by the Events Manager and Director of Programming

This role requires remote-working. Applicants must have regular and reliable access to the internet, as well as the motivation to dedicate their time to the organization.

If you are interested in this position, please read the job description carefully before applying for this volunteer role. You must include a resume as well as the associated task assignment when applying for this position.

Position Requirements

  • Ability to work effectively with diverse groups, including staff, supporters, peers, and the public
  • The ability to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing
  • Strong interpersonal skills
  • The ability to manage a team
  • The ability to manage tasks or projects from implementation through to completion
  • Creativity, enthusiasm, and attention to detail
  • Excellent organizational and time management skills, and the ability to multitask effectively
  • Prefer Bachelor’s in Business or Project Management or related field or equivalent experience
  • 3+ years of experience in Project Management
Job Description Apply for this Position

Fundraising Coordinator

Deadline: Open until filled

Description

The Projects Department is responsible for a range of special projects, including fundraising that happens throughout the year. The Fundraising Coordinator will spearhead and manage fundraising events, supporter sponsored fundraisers, and online fundraising campaigns.

RESPONSIBILITIES

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Lead and actively participate in the identification, cultivation, solicitation and management of corporate and patron sponsors through year-round engagement
  • Develop and organize fundraising campaigns and events
  • Review and approve documentation submitted for fundraisers by supporters
  • Track and evaluate the success of supporter fundraisers
  • Communicate with supporters wanting to do fundraisers
  • Compile monthly reports of supporter fundraisers for the Leadership Team
  • Attend any required staff and departmental meetings

This role requires remote-working. Applicants must have regular and reliable access to the internet, as well as the motivation to dedicate their time to the organization.

If you are interested in this position, please read the job description carefully before applying for this volunteer role. You must include a resume as well as the associated task assignment when applying for this position.

Position Requirements

  • At least 3 years of fundraising experience
  • Proven ability to successfully fundraise for an organization
  • Knowledge of fundraising, donor and public relations principles, concepts, procedures and techniques, including identification, cultivation, and solicitation strategies
  • Solid knowledge of applicable laws, rules, regulations, policies, etc. as related to fundraising
  • Demonstrated leadership and management skills, including skills to coach, mentor, evaluate and motivate staff
  • Solid project management, critical thinking, problem-solving and analytical skills
  • Strong oral, written, and interpersonal communication skills to establish and maintain good working relationships within Random Acts and outside the organization
Job Description Apply for this Position

Fundraising Manager

Deadline: Open until filled

Description

There are several aspects to volunteering with the Fundraising team, including large external projects, internal coordination efforts, grant writing, partnerships, approving and tracking supporter fundraisers, and donor recognition programs.  This is in addition to working cross functionally with multiple departments on their own organizational efforts. The Fundraising Manager would have oversight of the team coordinating these efforts, and is responsible for the projects and deliverables.

RESPONSIBILITIES

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Develop and organize fundraising campaigns and events
  • Create and maintain fundraising strategy across the organization on an annually planned calendar.
  • Ensure that the fundraising long term and short term efforts are on strategy and to the benefit of the Organization
  • Actively participate in the identification, cultivation, solicitation and management of corporate and patron sponsors through year-round cultivation, in collaboration with the Corporate Relations team.
  • Contribute to program development, including Class Act, Kindness Heroes, Ambassadors, and AMOK.
  • Maintaining and administrating the Donor Recognition programs, including internally for staff, supporters, and major donors.
  • Review and approve documentation submitted for fundraisers by supporters
  • Track and evaluate the success of supporter and organizational fundraisers
  • Communicate with supporters wanting to do fundraisers
  • Compile monthly reports of supporter fundraisers for the Leadership Team
  • Attend any required staff and departmental meetings

This role requires remote-working. Applicants must have regular and reliable access to the internet, as well as the motivation to dedicate their time to the organization.

If you are interested in this position, please read the job description carefully before applying for this volunteer role. You must include a resume as well as the associated task assignment when applying for this position.

Position Requirements

  • At least 5 years of fundraising experience
  • Proven ability to successfully fundraise for an organization
  • Knowledge of fundraising, donor and public relations principles, concepts, procedures and techniques, including identification, cultivation, and solicitation strategies
  • Solid knowledge of applicable laws, rules, regulations, policies, etc. as related to fundraising
  • Demonstrated leadership and management skills, including skills to coach, mentor, evaluate and motivate staff
  • Solid project management, critical thinking, problem-solving and analytical skills
  • Strong oral, written, and interpersonal communication skills to establish and maintain good working relationships within Random Acts and outside the organization
Job Description Apply for this Position

Graphic Designer

Deadline: Open until filled

Description

The Graphic Designers are responsible for the design, production, and adaptations of Random
Acts’ visual elements. These elements include, but are not limited to: artwork and graphics for the
web, such as banners, buttons, and headers; letterhead; business cards; t-shirts; buttons; and all
other merchandise. The Graphic Designers also produce artwork to support the organization’s
campaigns and projects, which may include promotional images, posters, and working with stock
images.

The Graphic Designers also support the implementation of Random Acts’ branding guidelines, and
provide support for all members of staff in utilizing the brand. Reporting to the Marketing CoManager (Creative Arts) and collaborating closely with the Sr. Design Officer, the Graphic
Designers provide flexibility and cover/support for the rest of the Marketing Department where
required.

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Primarily responsible for designing, creating, and editing artwork for Random Acts’ branded
    images, printed materials, merchandise, and the web using Random Acts’ brand guidelines
  • In collaboration with the Development Team, create informative and visually-appealing
  • Annual, Quarterly, and Special Reports
  • Work as a team to manage their workload
  • Edit photographs where necessary for print and the web
  • Keep the Marketing Co-Manager (Creative Arts) and Senior Design Officer informed of
    project progress as well as meet deadlines
  • Provide any other adhoc technical art skills to the team that may be relevant
  • Keep the Marketing Manager informed of significant problems that jeopardize the well-being
    of the organization, escalating to the Director and Leadership Team where necessary
  • Attend regular staff and departmental meetings
  • Any other projects or duties as requested by the Marketing Manager

This role requires remote-working. Applicants must have regular and reliable access to the internet, as well as the motivation to dedicate their time to the organization.

If you are interested in this position, please read the job description carefully before applying for this volunteer role. You must include a resume as well as the associated task assignment when applying for this position.

Position Requirements

  • Knowledge and experience in Adobe Creative Suite, or an equivalent design software
  • Experience in producing artwork that complies with branding guidelines, and is produced to
    fulfill a design brief. Corporate experience is highly desirable.
  • Ability to work effectively with diverse groups, including staff, supporters, peers and the
    public
  • The ability to communicate effectively, whether verbally, visually, or in writing, as well as
    strong interpersonal skills
  • Excellent computer skills
  • The ability to work independently as well as in a team, and the ability to manage tasks or
    projects from implementation through to completion
  • Creativity, enthusiasm, and attention to detail
  • Excellent organizational and time management skills, as well as the ability to multitask
    effectively
  • Flexibility concerning work schedule to accommodate evening and weekend meetings
  • Certificate or equivalent in marketing, graphic design, fine arts or related field
  • 1 – 3 years of experience in marketing, graphic design, or fine arts, and a portfolio of
    relevant work
Job Description Apply for this Position

HR Coordinator

Deadline: Open Until Filled

Description

Reporting to the Human Resources Manager, the HR Coordinators support the development of the overall human resources services, policies, and programs for Random Acts. Working closely with the HR Manager and all members of staff, the HR Officers develop policies and procedures with a focus on staff and volunteer relations, while ensuring compliance with relevant employment related laws and legislations.

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Support the HR Manager in managing HR programs, procedures, onboarding and guidelines that support the general functioning of the organization, including recruitment, volunteer management, employment law, and staff relations.
  • Support the technical and internal-content maintenance of the staff intranet (Podio) in collaboration with the HR Manager and IT Manager
  • Project management work as required by the HR Manager
  • Keep the HR Manager informed of significant problems that jeopardize the well-being of the organization, escalating to the Director and the Executive Team where necessary
  • Attend regular staff and departmental meetings
  • Any other projects or duties as requested by the HR Manager

This role requires remote-working. Applicants must have regular and reliable access to the internet, as well as the motivation to dedicate their time to the organization.

If you are interested in this position, please read the job description carefully before applying for this volunteer role. You must include a resume as well as the associated task assignment when applying for this position.

Position Requirements

  • Knowledge and  experience  in  organizational  planning,  organization  development,  staff relations, staff safety, staff engagement, and staff development
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Outstanding interpersonal relationship-building and coaching skills
  • Demonstrated ability to support and develop within the field of human resources
  • Excellent computer skills in a Microsoft Windows environment
  • Knowledge of various US and international employment laws and practices
  • Excellent organizational management skills
  • Flexibility concerning work schedule to accommodate evening and weekend meetings
  • Bachelor’s degree in human resources, business, organization development, or alternative relevant qualification
  • 2 – 4 years of experience in HR or management
Job Description Apply for this Position

HR Specialist for Global Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI)

Deadline: Open Until Filled

Description

The HR Specialist for Global Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) supports the coordination and implementation of events, activities, and training in support of embedding diversity, equity, inclusion and global cultural competency into the organization’s day-to-day operations, including training, hiring, retention, marketing, charitable activities, and education.

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Under the direction of the HR Manager and Assistant HR Manager – DEI, develop and implement DEI initiatives organization-wide with a global perspective.
  • Active participation in the D&I Committee to promote diversity & inclusion within the organization (mentoring initiatives, inclusion-focused training, heritage month celebrations, diversity speaker series, etc.).
  • Instruction/facilitation, and curriculum development of culture, diversity, equity, inclusion education programs designed to enhance knowledge and skills regarding global multicultural competency.
  • Consults with Talent Acquisition team to create and promote talent pipelines and hiring processes that engage diverse and under-represented groups to ensure selection of qualified candidates that influence innovation and diverse perspectives.
  • Collaborate with Marketing, Social Media, and Writing departments to ensure inclusive language and tone within internal communication, newsletter, social media, website, and other publications.
  • Monitor progress made on the diversity goals by utilizing metrics, survey feedback, hiring and attrition statistics.
  • Reviews and updates policies, practices and standards to support and drive culture, diversity, equity, and inclusion across the organization, especially through a global multicultural lens.
  • Propose and implement inclusive strategies to reward and recognize team members as well as mobilize the Leadership Team to provide feedback and support
  • Moderates one or more affinity/Employee Resource Groups or inclusion programs.
  • Create a wider understanding of cultural and social differences based on nationalities, race, religion, etc.
  • Develop communication plans to disseminate a greater understanding of cultural norms, expectations and limitations within RA.
  • Through wider consideration of global issues, including, language and time zones, enable better communication both within and without RA.

This role requires remote-working. Applicants must have regular and reliable access to the internet, as well as the motivation to dedicate their time to the organization.

If you are interested in this position, please read the job description carefully before applying for this volunteer role. You must include a resume as well as the associated task assignment when applying for this position.

Position Requirements

  • 1-2 years of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion experience through a global lens preferred
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Outstanding interpersonal skills
  • Knowledge of human resources management and employment law, including but not limited to EEO provisions.
  • Ability to maintain the highest levels of confidentiality, professionalism, attention to detail, and customer service
  • Bachelor’s degree or professional HR designation preferred
Job Description Apply for this Position

HR Specialist - Recruiter

Deadline: Open until filled

Description

The HR Specialist – Recruiter is responsible for assisting the HR Manager in acquiring new
talent for a variety of volunteer positions in Random Acts. The recruiter should have extensive
experience working with people in a variety of positions outside of Random Acts. The successful
candidate will have a keen eye when reviewing resumes, will be able to represent Random Acts
well, and will be able to clearly and effectively explain volunteer options that are available.

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Identify potential candidates to fill volunteer positions.
  • Review and analyze resumes
  • Be on the lookout for potential recruits and contact those candidates personally
  • Perform initial screenings for potential volunteers
  • Identify new recruiting sources
  • Post jobs across all recruiting sources
  • Coordinate with College Career Centers for internships

This role requires remote-working. Applicants must have regular and reliable access to the internet, as well as the motivation to dedicate their time to the organization.

If you are interested in this position, please read the job description carefully before applying for this volunteer role. You must include a resume as well as the associated task assignment when applying for this position.

Position Requirements

  • Excellent computer skills
  • Strong communication Skills
  • Well organized
  • Tactful, outgoing, creative and enthusiastic
  • Significant experience as a recruiter, sourcing specialist, recruiting coordinator, or head
    hunter.
Job Description Apply for this Position

Inventory Coordinator

Deadline: Open until filled

Description

Reporting to the Branding Manager and the Director of Programming, the Inventory Coordinator has a primary focus on Inventory Management.

RESPONSIBILITIES

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Assist the Inventory Specialist with the following areas:
    • Management and reconciliation of the current stock of Inventory for the Random Acts organization.
    • Assist in the processing of inventory requests and distribution from the local storage site.
    • Research and procurement of inventory requests.
    • Assist the Compliance Specialist as needed in the creation of standard and consistent policies and procedures

This role is located in the Northern Metro Atlanta and also requires remote-working. Applicants must have regular and reliable access to the internet, as well as the motivation to dedicate their time to the organization.

Position Requirements

  • Must be located in the Northern Metro Atlanta area
  • Must be able to lift up to 25 pounds
  • Must have a valid U.S. Driver’s license
  • Must be willing to drive your own vehicle from your home, to the inventory site, and to a local postal office/UPS Office.
  • Must be able to walk up and down at least 2 flights of stairs.
  • Able to manage tasks to complete within a budget and strict deadline
  • Excellent organizational and time management skills
  • Ability to handle multiple tasks at once
  • Ability to communicate effectively with people
  • Must be able to use Google Docs, Sheets, Excel, Word, and learn new applications used by the organization.
Job Description Apply for this Position

Partnerships Coordinator

Deadline: Open until filled

Description

Reporting to the Manager of the Projects Department, the Partnerships Coordinator is responsible for connecting with corporate and nonprofit organizations to create partnerships with Random Acts. This includes creating partnership agreements between organizations as well as researching a variety of organizations.

The Random Acts Projects Department is looking for a volunteer to connect with possible corporate partner organizations. This includes researching organizations, connecting with them and assisting in writing partnership agreements.

  • Research organizations for Random Acts
  • Write partnership agreements
  • Communicate with outside organizations
  • Assist the Project Manager and Director of Programming with special requests

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Keep the Projects Manager and Director of Programming informed of problems that jeopardize the well-being of the organization or its reputation, including any potential issues, escalating this information to the Director and Leadership Team where necessary
  • Develop and maintain documentation pertaining to the Partnership agreements in place or proposed for Random Acts
  • Responsible for research and QC of partnership requests, including those from external or internal sources
  • Attend regular staff and departmental meetings
  • Complete monthly and ad-hoc reports and budgets for Partnerships
  • Any other projects or duties as requested by the Projects Manager or the Director of Programming

This role requires remote-working. Applicants must have regular and reliable access to the internet, as well as the motivation to dedicate their time to the organization.

If you are interested in this position, please read the job description carefully before applying for this volunteer role. You must include a resume when applying for this position.

Position Requirements

  • Ability to work effectively with diverse groups, including staff, supporters, peers, and the public
  • The ability to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing
  • Strong interpersonal skills
  • The ability to manage a team
  • The ability to manage tasks or projects from implementation through to completion
  • Creativity, enthusiasm, and attention to detail
  • Excellent organizational and time management skills, and the ability to multitask effectively
  • Prefer Bachelor’s or equivalent in Business or Project Management or related field
  • 2-4 years of experience in Partnerships or Sponsorships
Job Description Apply for this Position

Photography Editor

Deadline: Open until filled

Description

We are looking for an experienced photo editor to coordinate assignments with a virtual team of volunteers by selecting, editing, and positioning photos for print and web based projects.

A successful candidate will be able to collaborate and communicate with leadership and multidisciplinary teams to decide which photos will be published and ensure deadlines are met.

You should be able to identify and curate high quality photo content to compliment text in a creative way. Note there is no travel required or expected for this position. It is expected that the applicant will already have access to the equipment and programs required to complete the job. Software/hardware will not be provided by Random Acts.

 

RESPONSIBILITIES 

  • Coordinate with leadership, fellow multimedia team members, as well as other teams across the organization to identify photography needs.
  • Review photos submitted by team members and external sources for quality.
  • Decide, in coordination with other departments and leadership, which images to publish.
  • Photo editing and manipulation to achieve the highest quality images, when necessary.
  • Advise on future projects’ photography needs to help produce new and relevant content.
  • Help create a portfolio of stock images.
  • Work to manage, organize, and maintain a digital library of assets and archives.
  • Stay up to date with new image editing technologies, software, and trends.

This role requires remote-working. Applicants must have regular and reliable access to the internet, as well as the motivation to dedicate their time to the organization.

If you are interested in this position, please read the job description carefully before applying for this volunteer role. You must include a resume when applying for this position.

Position Requirements

  • Proven work experience as a photographer or photo editor.
  • Strong portfolio demonstrating photo editing skills.
  • Ability to edit photos for composition, contrast, exposure, and color correction, as well as familiarity with file type and size management.
  • Creative eye with the understanding of visual storytelling.
  • Willingness to work with and create stock photography.
  • Extensive experience with and access to industry standard photo editing software.
  • Time-management and multitasking skills.
  • Degree in photography, visual arts, digital media or related field preferred, or equivalent experience.
Job Description Apply for this Position

Programming Administrative Assistant

Deadline: Open Until Filled

Description

The primary function of the Programming Administrative Assistant is to provide support to the Programming Director and the Programming Leadership Team. Reporting to the Programming Director, the Programming Administrative Assistant will complete numerous clerical and administrative tasks, allowing the Director to focus solely on the tasks directly related to their duties. The Programming Administrative Assistant will also be expected to provide cover and support to the Executive Assistant, where necessary

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • File and retrieve documents and reference materials
  • Conduct research, assemble and analyze data to prepare reports and documents
  • Arrange and coordinate meetings and events
  • Record, transcribe and distribute minutes of meetings
  • Communicate with all staff/volunteers to follow-up on assignments, schedule meetings, provide task lists, and other items as necessary
  • Monitor, respond to and distribute incoming communications
  • Support the Department Managers in creating various reports
  • Support the Programming Director in collecting and editing the Board of Directors Quarterly Reports
  • Coordinate project-based work
  • Keep the Programming Director informed of significant problems that jeopardize the well-being of the organization, escalating to the Director and the rest of the Senior Team where necessary
  • Attend regular staff and departmental meetings
  • Any other projects or duties as requested by the Programming Director

This role requires remote-working. Applicants must have regular and reliable access to the internet, as well as the motivation to dedicate their time to the organization.

If you are interested in this position, please read the job description carefully before applying for this volunteer role. You must include a resume when applying for this position.

Position Requirements

  • Strong reading, writing and communication skills
  • Excellent interpersonal skills
  • Excellent organizational and planning skills
  • Attention to detail and accuracy
  • Strong computer skills
  • Working knowledge of relevant software, such as MS Office products including Power Point and Excel, and Adobe Acrobat
  • Knowledge of standard office administrative practices and procedures
  • An Associate’s or Bachelor’s degree or equivalent preferred

At least 1 year of providing administrative support

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Public Relations Coordinator - Press Releases

Deadline: Open until filled.

Description

The Public Relations Coordinators are responsible for implementing proactive public relations campaigns that appropriately and effectively represent the organization in online and traditional media. Public Relations Coordinators are responsible for proactively generating media coverage, as well as responding in a timely and effective manner to requests from journalists, and other media representatives.

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Work with the Public Relations Manager to develop and implement a public relations (PR) plan and various ad hoc PR activities, including but not limited to:
    • liaising with journalists, bloggers, and other media representatives
    • writing and issuing news releases
    • establishing and maintaining positive relationships with journalists and bloggers
    • monitoring media coverage
    • designing and assembling media kits
    • writing and designing external newsletters
  • Support the Public Relations Manager in providing any communications and organization announcements to ensure staff are updated with information relevant to their departments
  • Develop and maintain an e-newsletter to be distributed to supporters
  • Keep the Public Relations Manager and Director of Programming informed of problems that jeopardize the well-being of the organization or its reputation, including any potential issues, escalating this information to the Director and Leadership Team where necessary
  • Any other projects or duties as requested by the Public Relations Manager

This role requires remote-working. Applicants must have regular and reliable access to the internet, as well as the motivation to dedicate their time to the organization.

If you are interested in this position, please read the job description carefully before applying for this volunteer role. You must include a resume when applying for this position.

Position Requirements

  • Experience in creating and implementing PR strategies
  • Experience in building and maintaining relationships with media contacts
  • Ability to work effectively with diverse groups, including staff, supporters, peers and the public
  • The ability to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing
  • Strong interpersonal skills
  • The ability to work independently as well as in a team
  • The ability to manage tasks or projects from implementation through to completion
  • Creativity, enthusiasm, and attention to detail
  • Excellent organizational and time management skills, and the ability to multitask effectively
  • Prefer Bachelor’s or equivalent in marketing, PR, communications, journalism or related field
  • 2 – 4 years of experience in marketing, PR, communications or journalism
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Regional Representatives Assistant Manager

Deadline: Open Until Filled

Description

The Regional Representative Assistant Manager is responsible for supporting the Regional Representative Manager for planning and coordinating the activities of the Regional Representatives (Reps), as well as directly coordinating their involvement in the organization’s programs and events. The Assistant Manager oversees the Regional Representative (Rep) Leads and Reps, reporting to the Regional Representative Manager, and working as part of the Leadership Team. The Assistant Manager works with the entire leadership and administration team, as well as the extended volunteer team, to ensure that all Random Acts’ events are performed in a timely and organized fashion.

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • To support the Regional Representative Manager in overseeing the Reps involvement in all programs and events organized by, and on behalf of, Random Acts, including:
    • ensure that regular contact is maintained with the Reps with regard to the acts performed
    • ensure regular contact is maintained with the Reps with regard to events and other activities and programs the organization delivers
    • where appropriate support the Manager to research programs, events and activities for the Reps
    • with the Manager ensure acts are performed in a timely manner and all documentation supplied in a timely manner including:
      • release forms and other documentation to be submitted to the appropriate departments
      • appropriate communications with Social Media, Communications Department and Public Relation
      • appropriate footage, photographs and documentation for the programs
    • support the Rep Leads in their role within the team
  • Support the Manager in day to day management of the Regional Representatives
  • Keep the Regional Representative Manager informed of problems that may impact the wellbeing of the team or wider organization
  • Work with the Regional Representative Manager to describe, define the describe the strategic direction of development for the Regional Representatives, supporting the Manager to deliver these
  • Work with the Manager, Rep Leads and Regional Representatives to deliver the department’s annual goals
  • Attend regular staff and departmental meetings

This role requires remote-working. Applicants must have regular and reliable access to the internet, as well as the motivation to dedicate their time to the organization.

If you are interested in this position, please read the job description carefully before applying for this volunteer role. You must include a resume when applying for this position.

Position Requirements

  • Tactful, creative and enthusiastic, with the ability to positively motivate others
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Strong interpersonal skills
  • Ability to work effectively with diverse groups, including staff, supporters, and the public
  • Excellent computer skills
  • Excellent organizational and time management skills
  • Flexibility concerning work schedule to accommodate evening and weekend meetings
  • Prefer Bachelor’s degree or equivalent in related field
  • Experience working in non-profit organization
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Social Media Specialist

Deadline: Open until filled

Description

The Social Media Specialists have a critical role in developing and maintaining healthy and productive communication with the organization’s supporters and its wider audience. Reporting to the Social Media Manager(s), the Social Media Specialists are responsible for maintaining Random Acts presence and reputation in the social media world, as well as facilitating communications on the social media accounts they are responsible for. The Social Media Specialists are expected to provide flexibility and cover/support for the rest of the Branding Department where required.

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Maintain and update the Random Acts accounts on a variety of channels, including, but not limited to: Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Tumblr, YouTube, Pinterest, and any other accounts that are deemed necessary by the Social Media Manager(s)
  • Work with the Social Media Manager(s) to develop and implement a social media strategy and ensuring a consistent message is shared with supporters
  • Maintain a proactive approach to communications on all social media accounts
  • Compile and report analytics on the social media accounts, to be documented on the staff intranet
  • Stay informed of upcoming trends and developments within the field of social media
  • Research potential new online social media outlets for the organization
  • Work with other teams to proofread/write articles and blogs for the website and/or social media outlets
  • Keep the Social Media Manager(s) informed of significant problems that jeopardize the well-being of the organization or its reputation, including any potential issues, so that it may be escalated to Leadership where necessary
  • Attend regular staff and departmental meetings as required
  • Any other projects or duties as requested by the Social Media Manager(s)

This role requires remote-working. Applicants must have regular and reliable access to the internet, as well as the motivation to dedicate their time to the organization.

If you are interested in this position, please read the job description carefully before applying for this volunteer role. You must include a resume when applying for this position.

Position Requirements

  • Experience in using social media as a public relations tool
  • The ability to work effectively with diverse groups, including staff, supporters, peers and the public
  • The ability to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing, as well as strong interpersonal skills
  • Excellent computer skills
  • The ability to work independently as well as in a team, and the ability to manage tasks or
  • projects from implementation through to completion
  • Creativity, enthusiasm, and attention to detail
  • Excellent organizational and time management skills
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Special Projects Coordinator

Deadline: Open Until Filled

Description

Reporting to the Projects Manager, the Special Projects Coordinator supports larger scale events and programs managed within the Random Acts organization. Examples may include the planning and delivery of online events, fundraising or partnership events.  They will work in conjunction with the program coordinators for E4K, and Class Act. The Coordinator is responsible for planning and coordinating the activities of the program. The Coordinator works closely with a variety of the departments with a focus on program planning, launching, execution, and communication regarding activities.

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Support the Projects Manager in managing programs and projects
  • Coordination and execution of programs, including
    • Ensure regular contact is maintained with volunteers and departments involved in the program
    • Ensure tasks are completed in a timely manner
    • Lead the research and planning for the programs
  • Work closely with the leadership team to support them by providing them with research to support the projects/activities/reports they require.
  • Keep the Projects Manager informed of issues that arise related to assigned programs.
  • Attend regular staff and departmental meetings
  • Deliver regular and Ad Hoc reports regarding requested projects/activities
  • Any other projects or duties as requested by the Projects Department Manager.

This role requires remote-working. Applicants must have regular and reliable access to the internet, as well as the motivation to dedicate their time to the organization.

If you are interested in this position, please read the job description carefully before applying for this volunteer role. You must include a resume when applying for this position.

Position Requirements

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Outstanding interpersonal skills
  • Excellent computer skills in a Microsoft Windows environment
  • Ability to communicate with a wide variety of people
  • Ability to synthesize information into a succinct report
  • Excellent organizational management skills
  • Prefer Bachelor’s degree or equivalent in event planning, project management, or related field.
  • 1-3 years of experience in event planning, project management, or related field.
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Strategic Initiatives Department Manager

Deadline: Open Until Filled

Description

The Strategic Initiatives Manager is responsible for the high-level management of internal and external projects completed at Random Acts.  The Strategic Initiatives Department is responsible for putting the plans in place to execute on the organization’s vision and objectives.  This includes project coordination, managing, overseeing and advancing the organization’s short and long term goals. Projects will impact multiple departments across Random Acts and will rely on strong timelines and budgets.  This position does not include the responsibilities of the Destination Projects department.

RESPONSIBILITIES

Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Lead and actively participate in the management of projects at Random Acts
  • Develop and organize the department including the activities of the department
  • Review all projects at Random Acts
  • Manage the personnel in the Strategic Initiatives department
  • Keep the Director of Programming informed of problems that jeopardize the well-being of the organization or its reputation, including any potential issues and escalating this information to the Director and Leadership Team where necessary
  • Attend regular staff and department meetings
  • Complete monthly and ad-hoc reports and budgets for projects under the care of the Projects Department
  • Any other projects or duties as requested by the Director of Programming

This role requires remote-working. Applicants must have regular and reliable access to the internet, as well as the motivation to dedicate their time to the organization.

If you are interested in this position, please read the job description carefully before applying for this volunteer role. You must include a resume when applying for this position.

Position Requirements

  • Ability to work effectively with diverse groups, including staff, supporters, peers, and the public
  • The ability to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing
  • Strong interpersonal skills
  • The ability to manage a team
  • The ability to manage tasks or projects from implementation through to completion
  • Enthusiasm and attention to detail
  • Excellent organizational and time management skills, and the ability to multitask effectively
  • Prefer Bachelor’s or equivalent in Business or Project Management or related field
  • 5 years of experience in Project Management
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Videography Editor

Deadline: Open Until Filled

Description

The Video Editors are primarily responsible for creating and editing motion graphic videos in order to communicate Random Acts’ mission and activities to its supporters and the general public. There are also opportunities throughout the year to work with raw footage submitted by Random Acts supporters, in addition to activities filmed by the staff and Board of Random Acts. The Video Editors are part of the Random Acts admin team, and report in to the Marketing Manager, also collaborating closely with the Sr. Design Officer as well as our extended team of Design Officers.

RESPONSIBILITIES

  •  Work closely with the Marketing Team to maximize the effectiveness of video
    communications across all promotions of programs, projects, and activities
  • Choose and edit multimedia including, but not limited to, videos, photographs, original
    graphics, and screen captures in order to communicate Random Acts’ mission and activities to its supporters and the general public
  •  Transform multimedia that may be difficult to work with as submitted by our supporters,
    potentially due to poor lighting or sound quality, or insufficient length, into an effective video as per the outline communicated to you by the Marketing team
  • Create suitable videos based on the terms of the brief provided by the Marketing Team by
    the appropriate deadlines, while also ensuring alignment with overarching Random Acts
    Brand Guidelines.
  • Ensure that Random Acts staff are informed of any concerns or problems that arise during your duties
  • Participate in weekly team meetings as often as possible, check mail on a regular basis, and use our internal systems to provide status updates and share files

This role requires remote-working. Applicants must have regular and reliable access to the internet, as well as the motivation to dedicate their time to the organization.

If you are interested in this position, please read the job description carefully before applying for this volunteer role. You must include a resume when applying for this position.

Position Requirements

  • Enthusiasm and commitment to the aims and objectives of Random Acts
  • Regular and reliable access to the internet, as well as the ability to be reachable via email
  • Experience developing motion graphic videos
  • Exceptional story-telling skills through the production of videos
  • Must work well as part of a team, and be responsive to constructive feedback
  • Good written communication skills in English, although additional languages are desirable
  • Must be able to work within reasonably tight deadlines, often given at short notice
  • Must have access to video editing software capable of creating high quality video, and preferably advanced software that provides greater choice in terms of title cards, highdefinition output, and other premium features
  • Must have the ability to store large files temporarily, and to share them to the cloud storage as supplied by Random Acts
  • Able to commit a minimum of 3-4 hours per week to Random Acts activities
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