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									               VOLUNTEER POSITION DESCRIPTION

JOB TITLE:     Morale Support Volunteer (volunteer)


SUMMARY OF DUTIES:   Reports to the Family Readiness Officer
(FRO).

Morale Support Volunteers serve on the Family Readiness
Command Team for specific, event-driven, short-term unit
morale events.

Morale Support Volunteers serve to assist the FRO in the
planning, coordination, and execution of unit morale
support events. These opportunities include such events as
unit family days, Return and Reunion events, holiday
parties, etc.

Morale Support Volunteer duties include:
• Assisting the FRO in the planning and conduct of unit
  family events
• Supporting the morale and unit cohesion mission of the
  Family Readiness Command Team
• If approached, the Morale Support Volunteer should direct
  individuals to the FRO for Information and Referral.

Morale Support Volunteers shall not participate in the
execution of official family readiness requirements.


MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

Morale Support Volunteers shall be spouses or designated
parents/extended family members from within the unit and
should ideally be geographically proximate to the unit.

								
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