The Fathers’ Rights Movement is a grassroots organization that relies heavily on its members to donate their time, skills, ideas, and creativity to further the movement and its beliefs. As we quickly grow, we are restructuring ourselves, but we cannot do that without the help from people like you. If you are interested in obtaining a volunteer position within TFRM, please review our description of available opportunities below.
If you are interested in one of the positions listed below, please send a resume, a short statement of why you desire to work with The Fathers’ Rights Movement, and why you are interested in the position to firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to ask.
State Director: Reports to Regional Director.
President: Reports to the State Director.
Vice-President: Presides over all meetings, if and when President is
Secretary: Performs various administrative tasks, particularly those associated with Non-Profit Organizations and compliance.
Communications Officer: Help build, maintain, and manage the reputation of the local chapter, and help identify events, venues, dates, activities, target audiences, marketing needs, and marketing strategies.
Marketing Officer: Monitor the Chapter’s Facebook page, help guide, direct, and monitor communication accomplished by responding to messages and comments, posting current articles and other published.
Parliamentarian: An expert adviser on parliamentary procedure, as in: Parliamentarian (consultant), an officer or outside consultant designated by an organization to serve as an expert in parliamentary procedure.
Treasurer: Responsible for tracking of all Chapter level finances and fiscal reporting.
Fundraising Specialist: Helps organize and participate in any and all Chapter related funding development operations.
Legislative Liaison: helping create legislation, persuade legislatures, and promoting Calls to Action for its members and members of Central TFRM
Web Designer: Ensures the Chapter website has accurate, current, and appropriate content.
Grant Writers: Under general direction, facilitates research, development, review, and editing of grant proposals; conducts basic research for potential funding sources and maintains records of such; locates and contacts potential sources of donations.
Procurement Specialist: Help to find best prices, suggest items for the web-store, place pre-approved purchases.
Accounts Receivable Clerk: Use Quickbooks to post transactions, calculate interest and totals, track incoming payments and obligations, and prepare reports.
Fundraising Specialist: Work with the Sr. Fundraising Manager to create and implement fundraising programs that are within local, federal, and organisational laws and policies.
HR Technical Writers: Organizational documentation creation, editing, and maintenance.
Non-Profit Organization Manager: Responsible for ensuring NPO standard compliance and help to create charter organizations for State pages.
On Boarding Specialist: Process incoming volunteer applications, screen for requirements, ensure all documentation is properly completed and training is completed.
Recruiting Specialist: Focuses on finding potential recruits through various means.
Legal Assistants: Provide advice to the organization regarding legal options. Provide administrative assistance to the Legal Director. Review documents and policies for compliance and legality.
Legal Director: Advises the organization concerning legal matters and brings expertise to the Board of Directors on matters such as governance, strategy, and litigation exposure and risk. Oversees the Legal Department.
Legislative Program Assistants: Help review bills, work with the Call to Action team, draft new bills, create content for presentations to legislators, and work with Constitutional Advisory Consultant to educate voters about legislative content.
Research Assistant: Researched various areas of family law, legislation, and other related fields and provide reports and analyst
Data Entry Clerk: Enter information provided in e-mails into a database.
Alliance Manager: Establish and maintain alliances with other organizations that have similar visions and goals.
Journalist: Create custom TFRM content to include articles, website content, press releases, and other items as necessary. (Please submit an example of your writing.)
Public Relations: Manages the reputation of TFRM to align with the mission and vision of the movement and enriching the organization’s position within the public eye. This includes the use of all forms of media and communication to further build, maintain, and manage the reputation.
Social Media Marketer: Refers to the process of gaining traffic or attention through social media sites. Responsible for uploading content previously published to Facebook on other Social Media Networks such as Instagram, Twitter, Google+, and more.
Junior Editors: Screening of member submitted Facebook content to ensure compliance with TFRM policies, retrieving, responding to, forwarding, advising, and posting income messages, and assisting the Social Media Director on maintain the Facebook page.
Community Outreach Organizer: Works with various chapters to help TFRM participate in charitable events that can benefit fathers, families, and other members of the community.
Crisis Intervention Specialists: Acts as a friend in need when members contact TFRM via social media or telephone. Talks with them through difficult times.
Event Coordinator: Plans, organizes, and operates Central events and works with Chapters to help do the same.
Community Outreach Specialist: Works with various chapters to organize local events to give back to members of the community that are affected by societal detriments caused by divorce and single-parent pandemic.
Military Liaison Department
Call Handlers: Gives advice and recommendations specific to military affiliation and act as a friend in a time of need
Content Creator: Design memes, create info-info graphics, images, facts, reports, lists, and articles for Social Media and the website
Message Handlers: Gives responses/advice/recommendations specific to military affiliation through social media and e-mail
Research Technician: Researched various aspects of military law and general law relating to military divorce and custody situations and provide reports and analysis
Research Assistant: Researched various areas of family law, psychology, and other related fields and provide reports and analysis.
Translators: Responsible for translating already existing TFRM memes into other languages. Minimal computer skills required and training provided.
Web Developer/Designer: Responsible for creating websites. When these artists do their jobs well, everything about the site seems to fit together superbly, from the colors and graphics, to the images and special effects (or “animation,” to those in the know), to the navigation.
IT Specialist: Is a computer support and security administrator who assists companies and organizations with managing hardware, software, networking and solving problems.
Videographer: Is a person who works in the field of video production, recording moving images and sound on video tape, digital, or any future data storage medium, disk, other electro-
Graphic Designer: Creates graphics primarily for published, printed or electronic media, such as brochures (sometimes) and advertising.
*These descriptions are not necessarily inclusive of all requirements and are subject to change. These are volunteer positions. You will not be compensated for any volunteer work performed. The Fathers’ Rights Movement owns any content created for its use. Volunteers will not be asked to spend their own money, and if they do so they will not be reimbursed without prior written authorization.