PRISM Panel Manager

From team building to support groups, PRISM Panel Managers make sure that everyone feels safe and heard in PRISM.

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PRISM relies on the dedicated contributions of volunteers to further its initiatives. Additionally, we rely on the work of our management staff to keep everything in working order. PRISM Panel Managers coordinate all of the inner workings of the PRISM Panel, from management resources to support groups. PRISM Panel Managers do not receive a paycheck, but they do receive the satisfaction that they are helping an organization for LGBT youth. There is potential for a paid position in the future.


PRISM Panel Managers have the following responsibilities:

  • Review new management staff applicants to assess qualifications for the position.

  • Conduct interviews and meetings for management staff applicants

  • Assist in the hire of new management staff (new hire paperwork, policy agreements, guidelines, etc)

  • Provide necessary information to management staff about task forces, community service, upcoming events, etc

  • Coordinate monthly management meetings

  • Assist in staff complaints, conflict resolution, etc

  • Maintain consistent communication with the Board of Directors to assess hiring needs, new policies, etc

  • Coordinate support groups and volunteer support resources

  • Maintain volunteer logs for PRISM Panel volunteers

PRISM Panel Managers are preferred to have the following abilities and experience:

  • Conflict resolution

  • Ability to maintain a calm, level-headed demeanor

  • Experience with Google Suite (Google Docs, Google Sheets, etc)

  • Experience with human resources or upper-level management

  • Experience with mental health resources

  • Experience with support group coordination

  • Experience in non-profit management

  • Experience in hiring management

  • Experience with LGBT issues

  • Experience with youth services