Onboarding and Placement Coordinator: Initiate a Disaster Cycle Services relationship and engage new disaster workers by providing assignments matching their motivation and interests while filling Disaster Cycle Services open positions and meeting service delivery demands.
Disaster Action Team: Provide immediate, identifiable, emergency services to those affected by a disaster. Our Disaster Action Team will respond to a home fire to help give immediate service and resources to those affected. When a larger disaster strikes, our shelter workers provide a safe location for those who evacuated. Most of these positions are on-call, and there is a minimum requirement of on-call shifts you must sign up for based on your opportunity.
Duty Officer (DO): On-call operations lead for the Cascades Region and ensures a timely and appropriate response to emergencies that occur within the region. The DO receives the initial request for assistance from first response agencies and individuals that have experienced a disaster; coordinates the mobilization and deployment of initial responders to the disaster scene; and provides ongoing technical assistance and deployment of additional support resources as needed.
Youth Preparedness Facilitator: Teaches people how to reduce the risk of disaster, prepare to respond effectively, and cope with disasters when they happen.
Shelter Worker: Work in person in a Red Cross shelter before, during and/or after a disaster event. Sheltering Service Associates complete tasks necessary for shelter operations and interact with clients to ensure their needs are met. Sheltering Service Associates support the day-to-day activities within a shelter, which can include working in reception, registration, feeding, dormitory, information or other areas within a shelter.
Disaster Health Services: Assigned to work in person before, during and/or after a disaster event this hurricane/wildfire season. Volunteers in this role provide assistance and healthcare to shelter residents as needed.