Contractors

*** Both positions are open to applicants now ***

The Board of Directors utilizes two independent contractors to help with the Club's day-to-day administrative and maintenance tasks.

Member Services Coordinator (MSC)

The contractor reports to the NCRGC Secretary and works with the NCRGC Membership Committee. The contractor is responsible for all membership-related activities such as maintaining the membership spreadsheet, communicating with members, assisting with membership renewal and new memberships, editing the monthly newsletter, etc. Additional information can be found in the Independent Contractor Agreement below.  

Member Services Coordinator.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [234.5 KB]

The Board set a contract rate of $18 per hour with an estimated 300 to 400 hours of service per year. Membership renewal occurs in July each year so the months leading up to and immediately following July are busy times for the MSC. Interested applicants should send a resume to the Membership Committee by October 31, 2017. A selection committee comprised of the President, Secretary and Treasurer will review the resumes and recommend the top three applicants to the Board of Directors for brief interviews which will take place at the Board meeting on November 16, 2017. A final decision will be made by the Board at the end of the meeting in an executive session. Please direct all questions to the Membership Committee (membership@ncrgc.org).  

Assistant Range Master (ARM)

The contractor reports to the NCRGC Range Master and works with the NCRGC Chief Range Safety Officer. Some of the needed services include overseeing range cleanups, performing general maintenance, purchasing supplies, mowing, trimming and monitoring and enforcing our safety rules. Additional information can be found in the Independent Contractor Agreement below.

Assistant Range Master.pdf
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The Board set a contract rate of $20 per hour with an estimated 40 hours of service per month (480 hours per year). You must be a member in good standing to apply. Interested applicants should send a resume to the Range Master by October 2, 2017. A selection committee comprised of the President, Vice President, and Range Master will review the resumes and recommend the top three applicants to the Board of Directors for brief interviews which will take place at the Board meeting on October 19, 2017. A final decision will be made by the Board at the end of the meeting in an executive session. Please direct all questions to the Range Master (rm@ncrgc.org).  

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