Interviews for Monster Corps are by invitation. After you fill out the application an officer will review it and if you are a good fit for the opening you applied for you will get an email inviting you to book an interview.
Applications are reviewed by volunteers about once a week.
The Monster Corps coordinator assigns tasks on the first of the month. In order to qualify to have tasks assigned a MC member must provide availability information no later than 5 days before the 1st day of the month.
We use Asana to manage and track tasks. When a task is completed and marked off in Asana the person assigned gets credit for it.
If time estimates on the task were short open communication about time spent will ensure folks get the credit they deserve.
During the first 30-days folks:
- Folks complete sign up and submit there availability (within the first 3-days)
- Are assigned orientation tasks design to fast track learning about the space and how it works (first 7 days)
- Complete their orientation tasks
- Specific training on their affinity of work
- 1:1 Training for applicable assignments
Things like outside work training and scholarships for classes and certifications happen after the first 30-days.
In the first 30-days over half of your time is spent learning about AMT in classes like “How AMT Works”, etc.
Depending on the role you are fulfilling (affinity), you may need certifications to complete your tasks or train on AMT equipment or tools. AMT provides scholarships for those class, based on availability.
If you need outside training, such as an online course AMT may also pay for those training opportunities after the trial period is over.
Other training and orientation is based on need and is provided by the officers, stewards or membership.
You can find your assignments by searching the AMT Asana workspace for your unique tag.
You will learn what Asana is and how it works by attending the “How AMT works” workshop and throughout the Monster Corps Onboarding process.