Inglewood Community League is expanding its publicity and technology committee and needs volunteers like you!
The Inglewood Community is home to nearly 6000 residents and 3400 dwelling units, but the Community League currently only reaches about 10% of them! To improve on this, we are recruiting and expanding our communications team to run new marketing campaigns and projects!
We are looking for volunteer team members with a wide variety of backgrounds, but are first and foremost passionate about our community of Inglewood. Some of the skills and experience we are looking for that you may already have, or are simply motivated to learn are:
Social media savvy
Management and leadership
Writing and editing
IT and G-Suites administration
In the upcoming months and year, there are some major projects we want to execute, but we need YOU to make them a success!
Quarterly mailout newsletter
Improved physical signage on Community League grounds
Smartphone App implementation
New connected boardroom
Contact email@example.com with a bit of information about yourself and how you would like to contribute!
Monies raised in the past have been used to replace the playground, upgrade the hall kitchen to a commercial grade kitchen for use by the Neighbourhood Table program and purchase other valuable community resources and assets.
As your community league, we’re trying to do a better job of keeping you informed. However, we’ve had a few good volunteers leave our communications team recently for personal reasons. What you get out of the job is working with your community (and some other great volunteers) and an inside track to the stories before they’re even posted! We’re expecting all of these roles to take 2-6 hours/month (some months are busier).
We are looking for people to fill two roles:
Facebook Coordinator (2 positions)
These people have Facebook savvy. They know how to use FB; they can create stories and events, load pictures, and link to external pages. And they know how to use Facebook messaging to read questions, comments and concerns from people. If the question isn’t too difficult, they can respond quickly and politely resolve issues.
In return, we supply the content and coordination, and answer any questions you might have.
Story Editors (2 positions)
We get all sorts of stories in all sorts of forms. Some are poorly written; some need to be formatted; and some are almost perfect.
If you can proofread short articles, clean up language, make an article more readable (like using shorter words or shorter sentences), then we’re looking for you! If you can turn a boring article into an exciting article that’s even better.
You’ll see the results of your work spreading through the internet: over Facebook, email, maybe even Twitter. You too can be on your path to world domination through well written stories.
FOR EITHER OF THESE OPPORTUNITIES, contact Daryle, our Communications Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org. He’s a nice guy too.
This coming August 27 and 28, Inglewood Community League will host its next casino. Monies raised in the past have been used to replace the playground, upgrade the hall kitchen to a commercial grade kitchen for use by the Neighbourhood Table program and purchase other valuable community resources and assets.
Volunteers are needed for multiple jobs for all shifts. If you are available to help out, please review the available jobs below and let Jaki know what position and when you are available to work:
There are two key areas within the casino that depend on volunteer workers:
The following positions at a casino event must be filled by volunteers:
general manager(s) and alternate
count room supervisor
count room staff:
Only bona fide members of the licensed group, as defined by its bylaws, may work the positions of:
general manager(s) and alternate
count room supervisor or advisor (where performed by a volunteer)
The group may recruit non-members on a volunteer basis to fill other positions as required.
General Requirements for Casino Volunteers
Possess picture identification at all times during the casino event;
Competent in handling money;
Able to hear, see, speak or have an attendant with these capabilities;
Alert and observant;
Able to manoeuvre in the casino facility for the duration of the shift;
Able to function in a noisy and possibly smoky environment;
Able to use CasinoTrack system for certain positions;
Able to pass a security clearance check; and
Be a minimum of 18 years of age.
Volunteer Attributes and Conduct
Arrive on time for shift;
Sign in at the start of shift and out at the end of shift;
Work the position specified on the Casino Volunteer Schedule; and
Wear a name tag while on duty showing the first or common name and position.
Volunteers MUST NOT:
Play casino games or gaming terminals during their group’s casino event;
Consume liquor or illicit substances during their group’s casino event;
Cash cheques or extend credit; or
Possess gaming chips.
Position: General Manager or Alternate General Manager
The role of the general manager is to supervise all aspects of the casino, ensuring the casino is conducted according to CTCOG.
The general manager works closely with the casino facility games manager, and alternate general manager who assumes duties in the absence of the general manager.
Ensures a general manager or alternate, a banker and one cashier are at the facility a minimum of one (1) hour prior to casino opening;
Ensures the remainder of the required volunteers are at the facility a minimum of one (1) hour prior to casino opening;
Begins the casino event by entering the appropriate information from the licence into the CasinoTrack system;
Witnesses interim and final pull of drop boxes;
Fills in for other positions as required on a temporary basis;
Assumes duties to enable a volunteer to take a break or to fill a position that becomes vacant;
Ensures count room staff are present a minimum of 15 minutes prior to scheduled shift;
Ensures designated staff are in place and that they signed in and out at the start and end of their shifts with system access cards on the CasinoTrack system;
Assigns another volunteer to fill a vacant position for the duration of the licence period; and
Signs all “Discrepancy Reports” in addition to the advisor or the games manager.
Ensures secure handling and storage of chips and cash at all times during the casino event;
Enforces access provisions to restricted areas;
Keeps the safe combination confidential, or maintains possession of safe keys (if applicable); and
Ensures adequate security personnel are on duty.
The role of the banker is to supervise the cash cage. This includes documenting all cash cage transactions, ensuring the security of the chips and cash in the cash cage, and holding the cashiers accountable for the chips and cash they manage while on duty. The banker reports to the general manager and is responsible for cashiers and chip runners.
Receives and counts opening chip inventory and cash bankroll with general manager; records and maintains a running inventory of both;
Issues opening inventory of chips to games where required;
Documents transactions as required and maintains security and control of chips/coin inventory during shift;
Supplies games with chips/coin as requested on CasinoTrack system;
Receives excess chips/coin from games as requested CasinoTrack system;
Verifies opening inventories on CasinoTrack system each day;
Issues opening cash fill and subsequent cash fills to cashiers;
Obtains cash transfers from count room supervisor as required;
Receives inventory of chips/cash from cashiers;
Counts, amalgamates and records all chips and cash in cash cage at the end of the day;
Transfers chips to custody of general manager;
Prepares bank deposits; and
Transfers cash to general manager for secure overnight storage or deposit.
The cashier’s role is similar to a bank teller’s. The cashier interacts directly with casino players. Any transactions over $200 must be witnessed by the general manager, banker or cash cage advisor. The cashier reports to the banker and works with the general manager, banker, financial control supervisor, advisor, and casino players.
Receives and counts opening cash fill from banker;
Maintains security of chips and cash;
Retains personal control at all times of cash and chips for which they are responsible while on duty in the cash cage;
Redeems players’ chips for cash; must not sell chips;
Ensures the general manager, banker, or advisor witnesses all player cashouts over $200;
Ensures trays are put in cash drawers and drawers are locked when leaving cash cage; and
Accounts for and transfers all chips and cash for which they were responsible to the banker at the end of a shift.
Position: Chip Runner
The chip runner opens and closes tables, delivers chip fills from the banker to game tables, delivers credits from game tables to the banker and may assist the general manager with other duties. The chip runner reports to the banker and works with the general manager and gaming table personnel.
Chip Runner Duties:
Participates in the opening and closing of games with facility personnel;
Transfers fills from the banker to games tables and credits from games tables to the banker;
Verifies accuracy of these transactions;
Witnesses chip count, and verifies on the CasinoTrack system at closing each day; and
May assist the general manager during the pull of drop boxes.
Position: Count Room Supervisor
The count room supervisor is responsible for all count room staff and procedures. The count room supervisor reports to the general manager, and works with the general manager and banker. This position is responsible for the sorters, counters and amalgamator.
Count Room Supervisor Duties:
Ensures the count room is secured;
Records the number of bills, coins and chips (if any) counted by the amalgamator, on the CasinoTrack system;
Verifies the information entered by the recorder;
Supplies cash to the banker as required;
Ensures that rake boxes are counted first and chips are transferred to the banker before continuing the count; prepares the float and bank deposits; and
Generates “Master Revenue Report ”and “Count Room Drop Box Verification” on the CasinoTrack system.
Position: Count Room
Count room volunteers take on one of four possible jobs:
Sorter: Sorts all cash or chips by denomination
Empties contents of the drop box, and shows open box to camera to ensure that it is empty;
Sorts cash or chips into denominations and places them into money bin with a “Box ID Card,” and passes the bin to the counter;
Witnesses the count by the counter;
May witness table chip count, if required, at the close.
Counter: Counts the sorted cash or chips, by denomination
Counts the contents of money bin using money counting machine;
Places contents of the drop box back into the money bin along with the “Box ID Card” and passes bin to the amalgamator;
Assists sorting of chips and cash as needed.
Recorder: Records the number of bills, coins, and chips counted
Enters the table number from the “Box ID card” into the CasinoTrack system; and
Enters the number of bills, coins, and chips (if any) counted by the counter into the CasinoTrack system.
Amalgamator: Verifies the cash or chips counted and groups them into bundles and summarizes the cash and chips with the count room supervisor
Receives cash or chips from counter in money bin;
Verifies that all bills are of the same denomination;
Uses a counting machine to verify contents of the money bin and advises count room supervisor of the amount by denomination;
Amalgamates all cash or chips in count room by denomination into bundles of one hundred after receiving confirmation from the count room supervisor that the totals from both counts match.
Please email Jaki (email@example.com) for more information or to book your volunteer shift.