Volunteer Coordinator Assistant

Phoenix Metropolitan Area, AZ, USA

Volunteer. Part Time, virtual and less frequently in person

About the Role

Preserving Hometown Experiences (PHX) Music Fund aims to create fun and engaging music fueled events that help us to raise money for our mission. This role will work with the Volunteer manager and will help the volunteer manager in contacting potential event volunteers, volunteer planning, volunteer coordination at the event, ensure that volunteers know how to do their jobs at the event and that they do them in a way that provides the best experience for all attendees. This is a great opportunity to give back to your music community and enjoy our events as well.

WE'RE LOOKING FOR 

  • Required  Age:

  • 18+ Years

  • Minors (aged 12-17 years old, with accompanying eligible adult)

  • Required  Documentation:

  • All individuals are required to have a valid government issued ID with picture, such as a driver's license or passport

  • Transportation

  • I have access to reliable, safe, and insured vehicle transportation to/from event or volunteer assignment.

  • Criminal Records

  • I do not have a criminal record involving a violent crime.

  • I do not have a criminal record within the past 5 years.

  • I have never been convicted of embezzlement.

  • I will give consent for PHXMF to complete a background, sex offender, and driving record check.

  • References - Must be able to provide 2-3 references

About Our Organization

Preserving Hometown Experiences Music Fund was founded in late 2020 with a mission to support musicians and music-related initiatives for the public interest of sustaining local music. We believe that the strength and diversity of local music directly impacts the overall wellness of the community. We also recognize that musicians face a variety of challenges that can jeopardize their ability to provide music to the community including a lack of accessibility to music resources, music-related education, or support during a personal crisis. 

We are a dedicated group of people with a broad set of skills and talent who have undertaken the challenge to build an organization that will provide substantial long-term benefits to our community. As a young organization, we are building the foundation to deliver our mission, and with the support of our community through financial and volunteer assistance, we will be recognized as a model for charitable music growth and sustainability.

Our goal is simple: Remove barriers that prevent a musician from playing music or growing their musical career by providing the right resources at the right time.