Be the face of the Red Cross: Public Affairs Supervisor On-Call


Cause Areas


It's flexible! We'll work with your schedule.


29 Mansfield AveBurlington, VT 05401


Within established policies and procedures, ensure Public Affairs team is managed and afforded support and resources to provide timely response to single family fires, and support or initialize Public Affairs response to a larger incident.

On-call for one week time period each month. While on-call, calls may be received anytime throughout the day, evening and midnight hours. The exact amount of hours of commitment varies as disaster events are unpredictable and often happen in waves.


Education (knowledge)

  • While no formal minimum education level is established, you must be able to read and write in English, and do basic mathematics. If you have difficulty in any of these areas, please notify a paid staff member. We may be able to assist you in building your skills or find skill appropriate tasks.
  • Completion of volunteer application, New Employee and Volunteer Orientation (2 hrs), Disaster Services: An Overview (3 hrs), Chapter Response to Disaster (8 hrs), and Client Casework: Providing Emergency Assistance (8 hrs), Shelter Operation (4 hrs), Shelter Simulation (4 hours), and Client Assistance Card Workshop (1 hr) on-line self study course in Learning Management System.
  • Familiarity with Red Cross policies, regulations, and procedures and the chapter’s disaster plan.
When available, it is suggested taking Working with Total Diversity (8 hrs).


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Requirements & Commitment

  • Three month initial commitment then reviewed annually.
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