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If you have an idea for a volunteer opportunity or a great way to thank our first responders and medical workers call
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COVID-19 Volunteer Opportunities

ALL VOLUNTEERS WILL BE PROVIDED PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT BY THE REQUESTING AGENCY OR THE GARRISON.

WINN Army Community Hospital (WACH), Volunteer Social-Distancing Monitor

In an effort to keep our community safe, volunteers are needed to helpat WACH with Social-Distancing Monitoring. Volunteer will offer a warm and friendly reminder to personnel aboutmaintaining a safe distance while in the hospital’s patient waiting areas, thepharmacy waiting area, hospital hallways and in line at the WINN Express Shoppetteand coffee shops.

(FSGA) Pharmacy, Volunteer Outpatient Pharmacist

In an effort to keep our community safe, volunteeroversees or personally performs outpatient pharmacy functions for the fullrange of pharmaceuticals provided in the medical treatment facility (MTF) toinclude controlled, investigative, highly potent, and other drugs requiringspecial handling. Must have and provide necessary pharmaceutical accreditationand licensure.

(FSGA/HAAF) Army Community Service, Volunteer Graphic Designer

Dedicated volunteer able to design graphics based onmultiple ACS Program Manager material that connects to Soldiers and Families.Background in graphic design, color theory, and social media managementpreferred but not required. Must possess knowledge of basic Facebook,Instagram, and YouTube capabilities. Ability to create, edit, and post shortvideos for marketing endeavors.

American Red Cross (ARC) Service to the Armed Forces: Virtual Volunteer Hero Care Caseworker

Purpose:

- Ensure military families' needs are met whenfaced with an emergency.

Responsibilities:

- Support the Red Cross mission.

- Maintain strict confidentiality of all casenotes, names and other personal information in accordance with Red Crosspolicies.

- Understand and apply Service to Armed Forces(SAF) policies, procedures and protocols related to Red Cross client servicesconsistently and correctly.

- Support the follow up process to includemaking follow-up calls to military members and/or families to determine iftheir needs are met, provide other follow-up actions as needed for complete andtimely client services.

- Acquire a working knowledge of local, stateand federal resources aiding military members, families and veterans.

- Maintain professionalism and conduct asstated in Red Cross policy.

Time Commitment:

- Varies

Qualifications:

- Successful American Red Cross backgroundcheck.

- Complete required national training andlocally developed orientation.

- Able to support Red Cross SAF mission; havean awareness of and appreciation for military culture, military families, andveterans' issues.

- Demonstrated ability to treat people withrespect under all circumstances and instill trust in others while upholding thevalues and principles of the American Red Cross.

- Ability to apply active listening skills andemploy reasoning and questioning strategies to capture, analyze, and interpretinformation from clients, staff, and management.

- Good computer skills to include use ofInternet search tools; Intranet; and Microsoft Office Suite, to includeOutlook, word-processing, database and/or spreadsheet applications.

- Effective interviewing skills, a soundknowledge of telephone and in-person etiquette, pleasant and friendly manners respectfulof human dignity.

- Ability to work with or without supervision.

- Effective verbal and written communicationskills.

- Good customer service skills and the abilityto work well with others.

- Willingness to gain knowledge of communityresources.

- Able to work with culturally diversepopulations.

American Red Cross (ARC) Blood Drive Screener

Purpose:

- Provide excellent customer service to enhancethe blood donor experience, executing donor temperature screening on potentialdonors prior to their entry into the blood drive. This position serves as gatekeeper byproviding additional screening the American Red Cross has implemented in theinterest of the safety of the blood supply, recipients, other donors, staff,volunteers and general public health regarding COVID-2019 outbreaks.

Responsibilities:

- This position and Temp-taking screeningstation is part of additional screening the American Red Cross has implementedin the interest of the safety of the blood supply, recipients, other donors,staff, volunteers and general public health regarding COVID-2019 outbreaks.

- Greet donors and model excellent customerservice behaviors. Manage donor flow attemp taking station to ensure only donors passing temp screen are permittedaccess.

- Explain purpose of the temperature screen todonors and ensure they understand the reason for deferral if applicable. Direct donor to next step of donation oroptions for future donations if deferred.

Blood Donor Screeners will use thefollowing supplies:

- Thermometer and probe covers, if applicable

- Trash basket

- Gloves

- Hand sanitizer

- Sani-cloths or Cavi-cide

- Wear gloves at all times and change thembetween each donor.

- Use a new probe cover on an electronicthermometer or a new disposable thermometer for each donor.

- Will not repeat temperatures for any reason.

- Will insert the thermometer into the donor'smouth, hold the probe, read the temperature and discard the probe cover or thedisposable thermometer.

- Check to see if the donor's temperature isacceptable.

- Advise the donor if above 99.5 degrees F todefer from donating on current day.

- Will clean the electronic thermometer, probeand probe wiring between each person with Sani-cloth or Cavi-cide.

Time Commitment:

- Varies

Qualifications:

- Must be 18 years of age or older, noexceptions.

- Ability to display the utmost professionalismand communication skills using diplomacy and tact.

- Extremely comfortable working with peoplefrom diverse communities and backgrounds.

- Ability to understand technology needed forposition.

- Comfortable taking temperatures andexplaining processes.

Camp Host, Outdoor Rec AVC

Duties

Six months to a year, this is a requirement and volunteer should be able to stay the duration if not longer as long as the service is met.

Daily duties include but not limited to:

- Must be able to work in all weather conditions (Hot and Humid/Cold and Rainy).

- Checking in after-hours customers and collecting fees.

- Must be able to lift at least 50 pounds

- Equipment Issue

- Have good problem solving skills.

Additional duties to be explained once accepted.

The use of a vehicle is not required to perform these duties and is specifically prohibited.

Credential or License Required

No

Qualifications

N/A

Involves working with children or youth on a regular basis. Volunteers working with children or youth on a regular basis must have a completed background check (Installation Records Check IRC and CID check; local nationals must also have a local government check).

Training

No

Orientation

To be conducted by LCAC personnel, Director and or Lead upon acceptance into the position.

Time Required

Daily at least 4 hours to include some on the weekends if needed.

Front Desk Receptionist, Bldg. 253

Volunteer Front DeskReceptionist

Greetcustomers, answer phones and provide building directory assistance as aVolunteer Front Desk Receptionist at the main entrance of the Audie MurphySoldier Service Center (SSC) Bldg. 253.

Pastexperience shows we service about an average of 400 walk-in customers and 20 to50 phone directory assistance calls per day, as well as providing ID Cardchecks for all customers for the building (6,000 to 8,000 per week).

The use of a vehicle is not required to perform theseduties and is specifically prohibited.

Volunteer must be an ID card holder.

Volunteers will be provided with all necessary training and guidance by requesting agency.

Volunteer orientation will be provided by the Army Community Service Volunteer Coordinators.

0800 to1630 Monday - Friday (excluding Federal Holidays)

A great way of supporting our military community during a time of need.

Audie Murphy Soldier Service Center, Bldg. 253

Fort Stewart, Georgia 31314



ASAP/AWC Volunteer Front Desk Receptionist (HAAF)

ASAP/AWC Volunteer Front Desk Receptionist

Great customers, provide phone assistance and verify ID cards of everyone entering the main entrance of the ASAP/AWC Office on Hunter Army Airfield (HAAF), Bldg. 1283.

The use of a vehicle is not required to perform these duties and is specifically prohibited.

Volunteer must be an ID card holder.

Volunteers will be provided with all necessary training and guidance by requesting agency.

Volunteer orientation will be provided by the Army Community Service Volunteer Coordinators.

0900 to 1500 Monday-Friday (excluding Federal Holidays)


A great way of supporting our military community during a time of need.

212 Leonard Neal Street

Bldg. 1283

Hunter Army Airfield, Georgia 31409


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