Roles

Frequently asked questions about roles and structure.

What roles are there?

There are a number of roles we use to ensure Ozraid runs smoothly:

Role Description
Administrators Manage our events, raids, Teamspeak server, and web site.
Contributors Write articles and create content for our web site.
Editors Review and publish articles and content for our web site.
Event Coordinators Organise and run our events.
Members Participate in our events and raids.
Raid Leaders Organise and run our events and raids, and manage our Teamspeak server.

Administrators

Manage our events, raids, Teamspeak server, and web site.

Contributors

Write articles and create content for our web site.

Editors

Review and publish articles and content for our web site.

Event Coordinators

Organise and run our events.

Members

Participate in our events and raids.

Raid Leaders

Organise and run our events and raids, and manage our Teamspeak server.

I’d like to contribute to the web site. How do I become a Contributor?

Drop us a line as per our Contact page, and we’ll make you a Contributor.

How do I become an Event Coordinator or Raid Leader?

Let us know you’re interested via our Contact page.

We believe in development. We’re all about giving you the opportunity to lead content, whether that’s on a small or large scale. We’d like to discuss where your interests lie, and ensure your style is aligned with our policies and values.

Event Coordinators have the opportunity to run content outside of our scheduled raids. Less pressure, more fun. A great way to learn in a supportive environment.

Raid Leaders run our scheduled raids. That means more pressure, and a greater challenge. It’s important if you want to lead our raids you understand that requires helping Members, guidance, patience, and understanding.