LEADING FROM THE FRONT

Where do you draw your grey line?
Feeling salty with all those Op patches and eager for the next step in your Greyshirt journey? We thought so. Become a volunteer leader and use your skills to help us build a better organization. As a volunteer leader, you’ll be supporting your fellow Greyshirts and the mission on and off deployment.

Administrator

Administrators are responsible for leading city and state growth with a focus on decentralization, planning, and execution. That’s a fancy way of saying you’ll help bring in and manage volunteer teams to keep Greyshirts engaged and busy within your community.

Leadership Levels: City, Metro, State

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Gets Shit Done
An experienced Greyshirt is a perfect fit for this role, since you’ll directly manage other volunteer leaders. Administrators have been around an Op or ten. You could write a book on Team Rubicon’s response processes (writing a book not required in this role). You understand your Territory’s event and training schedule and care about the experience for all Greyshirts.
 

Your Time is Valuable
From the whole team, we greatly value all volunteer leaders’ dedicated time. So, accept this virtual bear hug from us in advance for Stepping into the Arena and asking for more!

Time demands will fluctuate for a variety of reasons: Op tempo to event coordination needs. But, you can expect to allow an average of 10 hours of weekly availability for the Administrator role.
 

Ready to Lead Greyshirts
During your application process, we will review candidates’ experience as Greyshirts, leadership background, and leadership potential within their desired role(s). You can rank your top 5 roles to be taken into consideration prior to our review. DDROs will do their best to fit you into your ideal leadership boots within the Territory based on your requests and skills.

Field Operations

Field Operations Leaders are seasoned, tactical subject matter experts in disaster mitigation, response, and recovery efforts. They’re primarily responsible for managing TR’s operations within their respective territories, which includes planning and arranging recon to affected areas.

Leadership Levels: N/A

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Gets Shit Done
Field Ops Leaders are, ideally, ICS 300/400 qualified or willing to complete ICS 300/400 training. When it comes to planning, reconnaissance, and in Command & General Staff experience, a Field Ops Leader is tested and savvy on the ground during operations, and they know and breathe TR’s objectives, mission, and strategies.

Always remember in this position, you are responsible for the safety and experiences of all Greyshirts who answer the call under your leadership.
 

Your Time is Valuable
From the whole team, we greatly value all volunteer leaders’ dedicated time. So, accept this virtual bear hug from us in advance for Stepping into the Arena and asking for more!

Time demands will fluctuate for a variety of reasons: Op tempo to event coordination needs. During operations, Field Ops Leaders are often asked to travel on short notice, and their time demands are higher. But, you can expect to allow an average of 10 hours of weekly availability for the Field Operations role.
 

Ready to Lead Greyshirts
During your application process, we will review candidates’ experience as Greyshirts, leadership background, and leadership potential within their desired role(s). You can rank your top 5 roles to be taken into consideration prior to our review. DDROs will do their best to fit you into your ideal leadership boots within the Territory based on your requests and skills.

Finance

Come on, come on, listen, to the money talk! ...Not that rockin’, but a mission-critical role. The Finance Leader is responsible for the territory’s financial systems, reimbursements, and event financing. You will support the TRibe and fellow Greyshirts using a finance tracker and Expensify with the support and guidance of the National Finance Team.

Leadership Levels: Territories

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Gets Shit Done
We might march in with sledge hammers and chainsaws, but a Finance Leader must be precise and organized. Familiarity with spreadsheets, accounting, or budgeting are critical to success in this role. You’ll ensure that every dollar TR spends is tracked and champion one of our highest-held cultural principles: Your Mother’s a Donor.
 

Your Time is Valuable
From the whole team, we greatly value all volunteer leaders’ dedicated time. So, accept this virtual bear hug from us in advance for Stepping into the Arena and asking for more!

Time demands will fluctuate for a variety of reasons: Op tempo to event coordination needs. But, you can expect to allow an average of 7 hours of weekly availability for the Finance Leader role.
 

Ready to Lead Greyshirts
During your application process, we will review candidates’ experience as Greyshirts, leadership background, and leadership potential within their desired role(s). You can rank your top 5 roles to be taken into consideration prior to our review. DDROs will do their best to fit you into your ideal leadership boots within the Territory based on your requests and skills.

Logistics

Who’s the real go-to in our ranks? The TR Logistics Leaders who know where things go and how to get them there. They’re responsible for managing regional caches and coordinating logistics for territory projects, training events, and operations. In this role, you will work closely with the National Operations Center (NOC) and Territory Field Operations Leaders.

Leadership Levels: Open at all levels

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Gets Shit Done
Logistics Leaders should have experience in supply and inventory management, procurement, and asset tracking. Experience as a Logistics Section Chief (LSC) is not required, as many of TR’s logistics requests come outside the deployment cycle.
 

Your Time is Valuable
From the whole team, we greatly value all volunteer leaders’ dedicated time. So, accept this virtual bear hug from us in advance for Stepping into the Arena and asking for more!

Time demands will fluctuate for a variety of reasons: Op tempo to event coordination needs. But, you can expect to allow an average of 7 hours of weekly availability for the Logistics Leader role.
 

Ready to Lead Greyshirts
During your application process, we will review candidates’ experience as Greyshirts, leadership background, and leadership potential within their desired role(s). You can rank your top 5 roles to be taken into consideration prior to our review. DDROs will do their best to fit you into your ideal leadership boots within the Territory based on your requests and skills.

Mobilization

Become one of the real movers in TR. You will be tasked with the vetting and movement of Greyshirts when disaster strikes. Mobilization Leaders are often the first point of contact for Greyshirts prior to deployment. They’re responsible for travel needs including air travel, ground carpooling/shuttles, lodging, and whatever it takes to get us where we need to go.

Leadership Levels: Open at all levels

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Gets Shit Done
A good Mob Leader is handy with spreadsheets and our VMS. A great Mob Leader is also an empathetic and understands the stress of deploying for the first or fifteenth time. Patient and attentive, you know that you are the guiding hand for a Greyshirt’s journey while serving with TR.
 

Your Time is Valuable
From the whole team, we greatly value all volunteer leaders’ dedicated time. So, accept this virtual bear hug from us in advance for Stepping into the Arena and asking for more!

Time demands will fluctuate for a variety of reasons: Op tempo to event coordination needs. During operations, Mobilization Leaders often have higher time demands. But, you can expect to allow an average of 10 hours of weekly availability for the Mobilization role.
 

Ready to Lead Greyshirts
During your application process, we will review candidates’ experience as Greyshirts, leadership background, and leadership potential within their desired role(s). You can rank your top 5 roles to be taken into consideration prior to our review. DDROs will do their best to fit you into your ideal leadership boots within the Territory based on your requests and skills.

Planning

If you disagree with those who say you can’t plan for a disaster, you’re in the right spot. As a Planner, you are responsible for mentoring and training Territory Leaders in mission planning processes and building mission planning teams. Planners also develop relationships with VOAD, Emergency Management Agencies, from the local to state level.

Leadership Levels: Open at all levels

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Gets Shit Done
Familiarity with the TR mission planning process as well as ICS and NIMS is a must. Proper execution of any operation relies on the abilities of its planners. Prior TR C&G or Emergency Management and disaster operations experience, along with ICS 300/400 training, is preferred.
 

Your Time is Valuable
From the whole team, we greatly value all volunteer leaders’ dedicated time. So, accept this virtual bear hug from us in advance for Stepping into the Arena and asking for more!

Time demands will fluctuate for a variety of reasons: Op tempo to event coordination needs. During operations, Planners often have higher time demands. But, you can expect to allow an average of 10 hours of weekly availability for your role as a Planner.
 

Ready to Lead Greyshirts
During your application process, we will review candidates’ experience as Greyshirts, leadership background, and leadership potential within their desired role(s). You can rank your top 5 roles to be taken into consideration prior to our review. DDROs will do their best to fit you into your ideal leadership boots within the Territory based on your requests and skills.

Technology

Our technology trek is on an uphill climb. Technology Leaders are crucial at all levels of systems support and administration to maintain the organizational progress. What you’d be responsible for in this role: Technical support and administration, research, design, and implementation of technology solutions.

Leadership Levels: Open at all levels

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Gets Shit Done
Technology Leaders utilize a number of skills - from Microsoft CRM expertise to Field Technology - your technology background will be called upon for subject matter expertise. High proficiency in using the new VMS and PowerBI is desired.
 

Your Time is Valuable
From the whole team, we greatly value all volunteer leaders’ dedicated time. So, accept this virtual bear hug from us in advance for Stepping into the Arena and asking for more!

Time demands will fluctuate for a variety of reasons: Op tempo to event coordination needs. During operations and our digital transformation, Tech Leaders often have higher time demands. But, you can expect to allow an average of 5 hours of weekly availability for your role as a Tech Leader.
 

Ready to Lead Greyshirts
During your application process, we will review candidates’ experience as Greyshirts, leadership background, and leadership potential within their desired role(s). You can rank your top 5 roles to be taken into consideration prior to our review. DDROs will do their best to fit you into your ideal leadership boots within the Territory based on your requests and skills.

TRaining

Have you racked up degrees in everything disaster response? Let’s see to it your whole Territory does too. As a Training Leader, you will plan short and long-term training events in accordance to your territory’s strategic goals. In addition, you’ll be responsible for scheduling and coordinating with instructors and cadre leads for training events.

Leadership Levels: Open at all levels

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Gets Shit Done
Training Leaders are detail-oriented schedulers who know how to keep Greyshirts engaged, while increasing their Territory’s capabilities, of course. Your ability to work with and coordinate with other volunteer leaders and instructors is critical.
 

Your Time is Valuable
From the whole team, we greatly value all volunteer leaders’ dedicated time. So, accept this virtual bear hug from us in advance for Stepping into the Arena and asking for more!

Time demands will fluctuate for a variety of reasons: Op tempo to event coordination needs. But, you can expect to allow an average of 10 hours of weekly availability for the Training Leader role.
 

Ready to Lead Greyshirts
During your application process, we will review candidates’ experience as Greyshirts, leadership background, and leadership potential within their desired role(s). You can rank your top 5 roles to be taken into consideration prior to our review. DDROs will do their best to fit you into your ideal leadership boots within the Territory based on your requests and skills.

Communications

This is TR Teddy: Radio check | radio check.... Nope, not that kind of comms. The Communications Leader is charged with pushing the story of TR far and wide while disseminating timely information to Greyshirts within your AO. There are a number of roles within Comms, starting with Public Information Officers (PIOs), photographers, social media gurus to, but not ending at, marketers. A great Comms Leader is a TR brand standards champion that loves sharing stories across digital platforms.

Leadership Levels: Open at all levels

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Gets Shit Done
It’s a cluttered world, especially amid disasters, but a Comms Leader breaks through holding the torch. Comms Leaders must be social media and email savvy, period. That being said, additional skills in photography, videography, and public relations are also greatly valued. Any Greyshirt with an art, marketing or brand management background should consider applying to volunteer in TR Communications.
 

Your Time is Valuable
From the whole team, we greatly value all volunteer leaders’ dedicated time. So, accept this virtual bear hug from us in advance for Stepping into the Arena and asking for more!

Time demands will fluctuate for a variety of reasons: Op tempo to event coordination needs. But, you can expect to allow an average of 5 hours of weekly availability for the Communications Leader role.
 

Here to Lead Greyshirts
During your application process, we will review candidates’ experience as Greyshirts, leadership background, and leadership potential within their desired role(s). You can rank your top 5 roles to be taken into consideration prior to our review. DDROs will do their best to fit you into your ideal leadership boots within the Territory based on your requests and skills.

Membership

Membership leaders oversee the outreach, engagement, lifecycle support and development of Greyshirts within each territory and enhance the Greyshirt experience, community and self-identity to each member. Membership Leaders have a tool box jammed full of interpersonal skills and data analytical abilities.

Leadership Levels: Open at all levels

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Gets Shit Done
Membership Teams work closely with all other functions to support disaster operations, readiness operations, and member development. The Territory Membership Leaders act under the direction of the DDRO/DRO or his/her delegate, in accordance with the policies and procedures set by Regional Operations.
 

Your Time is Valuable
From the whole team, we greatly value all volunteer leaders’ dedicated time. So, accept this virtual bear hug from us in advance for Stepping into the Arena and asking for more!

Time demands will fluctuate for a variety of reasons: Op tempo to event coordination needs. But, you can expect to allow an average of 10 hours of weekly availability for the Membership Leader role.
 

Here to Lead Greyshirts
During your application process, we will review candidates’ experience as Greyshirts, leadership background, and leadership potential within their desired role(s). You can rank your top 5 roles to be taken into consideration prior to our review. DDROs will do their best to fit you into your ideal leadership boots within the Territory based on your requests and skills.

Wellness

The purpose of Team Rubicon’s Wellness team is sustaining our Greyshirts in order to maintain our readiness to be there when we are needed most. Wellness Leaders sync with Territory leadership teams.

Leadership Levels: Territory

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Gets Shit Done
As part of the Warrior Wellness Alliance, Team Rubicon is able to refer Greyshirts to trusted peer networks and health providers. Wellness leaders are vital for helping facilitate those referrals.
 

Your Time is Valuable
From the whole team, we greatly value all volunteer leaders’ dedicated time. So, accept this virtual bear hug from us in advance for Stepping into the Arena and asking for more!

Time demands will fluctuate for a variety of reasons: Op tempo to event coordination needs. But, you can expect to allow an average of 5 hours of weekly availability for the Wellness Leader role.
 

Here to Lead Greyshirts
During your application process, we will review candidates’ experience as Greyshirts, leadership background, and leadership potential within their desired role(s). You can rank your top 5 roles to be taken into consideration prior to our review. DDROs will do their best to fit you into your ideal leadership boots within the Territory based on your requests and skills.