Join Our Team

Join Our Team

CHANGE LIVES BY SERVING ON THE JEWELS TEAM!

If you have a heart to make a difference in the lives of women in the adult entertainment field, in the Salt Lake and Ogden areas, please consider joining our team.

Below is a listing of the positions to volunteer. If you have a talent in any of these areas, please consider volunteering for Jewels. We would love to talk with you about it!

Bag Prep volunteers gather together and prepare gift bags for those we are serving.

Responsibilities:

  1. Attend as many bag preps as possible. The more volunteers we have the faster we can prepare the bags. If you are unable to come, please inform the Bag Prep Leader that you will not be able to attend.
  2. Care and attention: We are creating bags with love to show the women we are serving that they are loved and valued.  Remember that each bag is going to be handed to someone who is very special so handle the gifts with care and attention.
  3. Have fun: Bag Prep is a community event, so take time to build relationships, and have fun while getting the work done.
  4. All Bag Prep volunteers are accountable to the President, the Board of Directors, the Director, and the Administrator, and the Bag Prep Leader.

The Bag Prep Leader oversees all volunteers at bag prep events and provides direction on what needs to be done. This person is also responsible for ensuring that all materials needed to prepare the bags are ready before the Bag Prep begins.

Responsibilities:

  1. Adhere to all policies and procedures: The Bag Prep Leader is to carefully adhere to the Standards of Ministry, the Confidentiality Statement, and the Code of Conduct.
  2. Creative: Each gift should be responsive to requests of the women we serve and/or in line with the season/upcoming holidays.
  3. Purchase items and make sure items are in stock: Because, we are serving so many people, lots of items need to be purchased. Be aware of the budget but also make sure that all items are purchased and in stock before each bag prep event happens. Also, keep an inventory of what items we use most, so that we don’t run out. It’s beneficial to think ahead and be prepared for future outreaches months in advance, so we don’t get behind.
  4. Lead: Not every gift will be the same, so be prepared to direct and lead volunteers. Be clear and informative on what needs to go into each gift bag.
  5. Be patient and understanding: Keep in communication with Bag Prep volunteers via email or verbal communication and let them know when the next event is in advance. But, remember to be patient, as not everyone who says they will be coming to help out will come.
  6. Standard Operations: Set up all materials to help volunteers work effectively. Perform quality control to make sure the gifts will give a good impression of Jewels, or delegate the task to a volunteer. Ensure all gifts are stored securely, and in a manner that they will remain presentable.
  7. The Bag Prep Leader is accountable to the President, the Board of Directors, the Director, and Administrator.

The administrator is to examine, manage, and maintain all departments. The administrator is to help the Director determine where improvements can be made and help lead.

Responsibilities:

  1. Adhere to all policies and procedures: The Administrator is to carefully adhere to the Standards of Ministry, The Confidentiality Statement, and the Code of Conduct.
  2. To implement strategic leadership: The Administrator is to lead the volunteers in such a way that they understand the vision, mission, and goals of Jewels by seeing it in action.
  3. Examine and implement ministry growth: The Administrator is to determine where improvements can be made in all departments and to bring those ideas to the Director so they can be evaluated with respect to the vision, mission, and goals of Jewels.
  4. Lead by example: The Administrator is to strive to be at all team meetings, outreaches, bag preps, and events, and is to care for and serve the volunteers at all times, teaching whenever is necessary.
  5. Communicate & update: The Administrator is responsible to communicate with the Writers/Communicator’s with updates and information for future events, outreaches, meetings, or other important information.
  6. The Administrator is accountable to the President, the Board of Directors, and the Director.

Networkers are involved in relationship building with those interested in partnering with Jewels (both individuals and organizations), connecting with similar ministries, and helping any potential partners to truly understand what we do. Fundraisers are pursuing donations in various forms that meet Jewels current needs.

Responsibilities:

  1. Focused and growth oriented: Networkers must be strategic and focused. The core of networking is regularly doing something specific that is focused on helping Jewels grow.
  2. Be intentional: Make plans that are focused on building new relationships and maintaining existing relationships.
  3. Fundraising: Be intentional with individuals, groups of people, organizations, or churches who may be interested in donating to Jewels. Donations may include finances, clothing, gas cards, and other miscellaneous necessities for the women we serve.
  4. Networkers and Fundraisers are accountable to the President, the Board of Directors, and the Director.

Those involved in communications are to be able to clearly state and present the mission, values, goals, purpose, and be ready to present what’s happening at Jewels through written and/or verbal communication.

Responsibilities:

Be ready and be creative: There is a constant need for verbal and written communication. All communication needs to be thought through and created or updated to meet specific needs. Creativity is strongly encouraged.

Be attentive and keep updated: There is always something that is happening at our events, outreaches, and bag prep that can be communicated. Be intentional with communicating with leaders to know what’s happening, be attentive and ask questions to volunteers who are involved in the latest events, so you can be able to clearly state what is happening at Jewels.

Keep volunteers updated on events: Volunteers feel lost when they don’t know what is happening.  Keeping volunteers updated on a regular basis is important. Send updated emails or verbally communicating information for future events, outreaches, meetings, or other important information is essential to our success.

Answer Questions: Because, you are sending out updates, people may come to you first for updates, so be ready to provide answers.

Keeps all information updated on a regular basis. Make sure that all social media and other sources available to the public are consistently up-to-date.

Writers and communicators are accountable to the President, the Board of Directors, the Director, and Administrator.

Jewels main outreaches consist of going to strip clubs to bring gifts to those in the industry, so they know they are loved and valued. The outreaches are conducted by a group of volunteers who serve together to accomplish the goals and mission of Jewels by giving of their time as often as possible to serve our target group. At least one Board of Director is to be at each outreach.

Responsibilities:

  1. Sign a Consent and Confidentiality Form: At each outreach, volunteers need to sign the Consent/Release/Hold Harmless form. This is to ensure that each volunteer understands and adheres to the terms of service and has the best intentions for the women we serve.
  2. Communicate and be on time: Jewels outreaches happen every four to six weeks from 8pm – 1am and each volunteer who decides to participate should strive to attend as many events as possible. When volunteering at an outreach, please be there on time and stay for the entire duration of the outreach.  For every outreach, each volunteer is to inform the Director whether you will be attending or not, because we need to assure that we have proper security, necessary transportation, and a proper number of women volunteers available. Each team should consist of no less than 2 male security volunteers and no less than 3 women on a team to deliver gifts inside clubs.
  3. Time frame: The outreaches consist between 3-5 hours.
  4. Those involved in outreaches are accountable to the President, the Board of Directors, The Director, and the Administrator.

Those involved with security at Jewels events and outreaches are to ensure the safety of the volunteers that are going into the clubs, protect them from any physical or mental harm, and assist them in situations that may make them feel uncomfortable or threatened.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  1. OUTREACH SECURITY: Each team should consist of no less than 2 male security volunteers for the women on a team to deliver gifts inside clubs.
  2. BE AWARE: Upon arrival, be aware of the surroundings. Identify all people in proximity to the Care Team. Be attentive to their actions.
  3. STANDARD OPERATIONS: Security volunteers are to keep close to our team of women that is going into the clubs.
    1. There always must be one Security volunteer outside of the vehicle until all women volunteers are back in the vehicle safely.
    2. Walk them to the door and survey the surroundings. Stay close to the entrance.
    3. Have your phone accessible in case you are called to assist the team in exiting the club safely.
    4. When the Care Team exits the club, walk them back to the vehicle they came in.
  4. BE ENGAGED: When waiting for the team to finish their activities in the club, be ready to engage in conversation with customers outside. Security volunteers must be able to articulate the purpose for Jewels visit to the club.
  5. Security volunteers are accountable to the President, the Board of Directors, the Director, and the Administrator.

The Care Team is a group of women who are available to always help the women Jewels is serving in the adult entertainment industry with their spiritual, physical, mental, and emotional needs. They are to share the message that those they are serving are loved and valued.

Responsibilities:

  1. Adhere to all policies and procedures: Care Team volunteers are to carefully adhere to the Standards of Ministry, the Confidentiality Statement, and the Code of Conduct.
  2. Always be available: Care Team volunteers are to strive to always be available to help whenever a woman reaches out. This means checking emails, listening to voicemails, or any other form of communication on a normal basis. When a woman reaches out for help, we must be able to respond immediately, whether it’s day or night. If you are unavailable to help, then find another Care Team volunteer to take your place.
  3. Be able to listen and encourage: When a woman reaches out for the first time or the tenth time, they may be nervous. When meeting with a woman, always remember to be a good listener and only speak only when needed. The best counselors listen 80% of the time and only speak 20%. You are to encourage the women, and if possible help them to gain greater insight into their lives.
  4. Never pressure but always love: We are here to help women know they are loved and valued, but we are NOT here to fix them. It is God’s role to save them, not us.
  5. Serve and communicate regularly: Care Team volunteers are to be emailing updates to one another about all women in Jewels care on a regular basis.  All volunteers should know what is going on with each woman we serve, so everyone has a chance to reach out, provide ideas, and collaborate on what is best to meet the woman’s needs.  This is a team effort and we should never do this alone.
  6. All Care Team volunteers are accountable to the President, the Board of Directors, and the Director.

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