Volunteer and Job Opportunities
Short-term volunteers work at the Operations Center performing a variety of needed tasks. They fold, count, sort, stack, stuff, shrink-wrap and place stickers, to name a few of the more common duties they perform. This area is clean and climate controlled. Volunteers are seated while they work. There are a few other jobs that require standing and lifting. Duties are determined by the individual volunteer and the work schedule. Short coffee breaks are taken at 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. A one-hour break is taken at noon for lunch.
VOM provides furnished housing for volunteers who work an average of five hours per day. The housing provides all bed linens, a working kitchen, and living and dining areas. Housing is subject to availability.
VOM Voice Volunteer
Learn how you can volunteer to be a Voice for our persecuted brothers and sisters right where you live.
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The Marketing Manager will be the lead for fulfilling marketing campaigns to connect American Christians through free and paid resources and other initiatives. This position will seek out industry data as well as internal data to inform marketing decisions. This critical role will be a two or three-year fellowship to learn and grow in all aspects of marketing with an opportunity for continued employment.
User Services Support Technician
This position provides desktop support for hardware and software via support ticketing system and hands-on support when necessary. This position will also setup and deploy new equipment in accordance with policies and procedures, assist with maintenance and accuracy of asset management system, and define and implement desktop configurations for our operations. Other duties as assigned.
The Operations Assistant will train in a variety of positions and processes in order to serve as a back-up to co-workers in all areas of the operations warehouse. This position will work alongside volunteers, pack and ship orders, maintain resource inventory, work the receiving dock, understand warehouse processes for receiving freight, and operate various types of equipment. Must be able to stand and walk for extended periods, use hands and fingers to handle objects/equipment, reach with both hands and arms, lift and/or move up to 50lbs.