Regional Coordinators 

Learn more about becoming a Regional Coordinator for the
Mozilla Clubs Program.

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Role Description:

Regional Coordinator Requirements & Responsibilities:

Reporting

Becoming a Regional Coordinator

Time Commitment Details:

Qualifications:

Staff support

The Support

Role Description:

The Regional Coordinator (RC) is a person with strong leadership skills and proven experience on mentoring people.

Club Captains (CC) set up and maintain a structure and strategy for their local clubs that ensures the ongoing growth and success of their club.

By working closely with the staff mentors and supporting the club captains, the RC will make sure the Clubs program is successfully running in their local region.

A Regional Coordinator does *not* run any clubs. Instead, they are recruiting, on-boarding, and sustaining Club Captains to achieve positive outcomes, a sense of community and purpose, and to further Mozilla’s mission in the world.

Regional Coordinators will serve 1 - 10 Club Captains located locally in realizing their full potential through continued mentorship, clear leadership pathways and storytelling with Mozilla.

Regional Coordinators can expect to dedicate at least 3 hours a week to supporting their clubs, recruiting, and connecting with staff.  

We plan to start the program with 25 Regional Coordinators and add coordinators as we continue to expand. As this is a new program, some RC’s may start off without any Club Captains, until the program expands into their region.

Regional Coordinator Requirements:

Regional Coordinators (RC’s) are appointed by Mozilla Club staff and are responsible for overseeing multiple Club Captains in one geographic location. To remain listed as an active Regional Coordinator you must:

  1. Maintain an understanding of the status and projects of the Clubs you oversee
  2. Run onboard and training for all new Club Captains in your region
  3. Support your Club Captains with annual goal setting and year planning
  4. Mentor and coach Club Captains, meeting with them at least once a month (audio/video) and providing support that fits their needs.
  5. Support your Clubs through leadership transitions such as electing new Club Captains, and adding new Executive team members.
  6. Help grow the region by recruiting local Club Captains.
  7. Join preparation calls with Mozilla Clubs staff
  8. Bring back to Mozilla Clubs staff specific insights about needs, concerns, feedback, ideas, as well as provide guidance on what are the focus initiatives for Mozilla clubs.
  9. Share regular feedback and open reflection with fellow Regional Coordinators.
  10. Be a bridge between Clubs and local communities in the same region
  11. Contribute to and provide feedback on the resources and the on-boarding process for Regional Coordinators and Club Captains.
  12. Have a maximum of 72 hours response time to communications from Club Captains and Mozilla staff.

Reporting

Becoming a Regional Coordinator

For the initial launch of the program we will invite people with proven experience on campus to sign up for the RC role as FSA Regional Ambassadors Leads, Campus Campaign local coaches, and Reps.

Time Commitment Expectations:

We're looking for a willingness to make a year-long commitment to the role, understanding that this is the first time we're trying it and the times below are an estimate.

Onboarding:

Ongoing Time Commitment (based on 5 Clubs):

Qualifications:

You qualify to be a regional coordinator if you:

Staff support

One Staff mentor will be assigned to each RC. The goal of this relationship is to empower the RCs by improving their leadership and organizational skills. Staff mentors will provide resources and training kits in a monthly base to help RCs evolve.

The Support

Support you'll get: