Volunteer ‘Screening Assistant Manager’ – Position Description

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The Screening Assistant Manager team member is an early level volunteer position with the Diagnosis Foundation (DxF).  Volunteers coordinate the days and times they participate in DxF sponsored screening events with the Volunteer Coordinator.  Additional information about screening event team members is located here.  A brief outline of ‘Screening Assistant Manager’ responsibilities are:

  • Screening activities
    • Record Screening Results – onto form or database (if available)
    • Assist with intake or out take as needed
  • Post-screening activities
    • Participate in Lessons Learned review
    • Solicit, collect & enter in Membership DB new research members
    • Recruit & train additional Asst Mngrs. with approval of Screening Mngr.
  • Accomplishments to become Asst Mngr.
    • Participate in 2 DxF sponsored screenings Or previous experience with anatomy & / muscle strength testing
    • Recruit & train at least 1 DxF Screening Staff member
    • Pass quiz on Screening Asst. Mngr. activities

Volunteer ‘Screening Staff’ – Position Description

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The Screening Staff team member is an entry level volunteer position with the Diagnosis Foundation (DxF).  Volunteers work at screening events helping people to learn about balanced muscle strength and how it can prevent arthritis and / or improve their physical performance in athletic activities.  Shifts last for 2-8 hours based upon your schedule and DxF needs.  The days and times that you participate in DxF sponsored screening events is arranged with the Volunteer Coordinator.  Additional information about screening event team members is located here.  A brief outline of ‘Screening Staff’ responsibilities are:

  • Screening Staff
    • Screening activities – Intake Processing
      • Screening Schedule – Maintain the appointment sheet and participant flow into screenings.
      • Forms – Distribute forms for participants to fill out in advance of testing
      • Verify Forms – That they are filled out completely and legibly.
      • Verify Membership – All screening participants must be either a Research Member or General Member
    • After-screening activities
      • Participate in Lessons Learned review
      • Recruit & train additional Screening Staff with approval of Screening Mngr.
    • Accomplishments to become Screening Staff
      • Pass quiz on screening procedures & Screening Staff activities

See our online Balance Muscle Strength course

Volunteers Needed

The Diagnosis Foundation (DxF) is working hard to improve people’s health and we need people to help! Have you got 5 minutes? a few hours? Here’s some of the types of volunteer help we need:

New venues for Balanced Muscle Strength screening – Do you have inside access to someplace that might want a Balanced Muscle Strength (BMS) screening? This could be a sporting event,

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Volunteering

The Diagnosis Foundation (DxF) is working hard to improve people’s health and we need your help!  Have you got 5 minutes?  A few hours?  Here’s some of the types of volunteer help we need:

New venues for Balanced Muscle Strength screening – Do you have inside access to someplace that might want a Balanced Muscle Strength (BMS) screening?  This could be a sporting event, health club, business wellness program, clinic, health expo, sports team, etc.  Can you contact them, and if you get a positive response, let us know?  We can do screening events in the Long Island, Metro NY region for free (currently there are charges for other areas).  For additional info on the BMS screens, click here and here.

Screening Events – Can you spare a few hours to help out at screening events? We need people to hand out forms, check paperwork, manage the screening appointment book and record results.  This is a great way to find out 1st hand about muscle strength testing.

Web site development – Do you know HTML?  Help is needed on a few small projects to improve the look of the web site.

See our online course in Balanced Muscle Strength

To volunteer, contact Pamela at: Info@DxFoundation.org