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    users-cog.svg  Rank Roles


    This document contains the roles of each unit in SWAT, along with the roles of some individual ranks as needed. These roles are determined by Foundation and are updated on a regular basis to reflect any additions or changes made to SWAT. 

     

    Standard Units

    Standards

    • These staff are the heart and soul of SWAT. They lead the recruitment process in recruiting new members into SWAT and ensure that members have the correct badge and motto.

    Security

    • Security provides a vital role within SWAT; making sure all who enter have the correct badge, uniform and motto, and making sure new recruits begin training. 

    Trainer

    • Trainers train the future members of staff in the policies, rules and commands of SWAT to help get them started in the first few steps of their career at SWAT.

     

    High Ranking Units

    SWAT Unit to Superintendents

    • These users help manage the base and ensure that policies and rules are being followed at all times. They assist in the execution of Standards-Trainer duties as needed, and should be actively looking to support low ranked members in their journey through SWAT. These users may join Departments via application if wished.

     

    Administration Units

    Cabinet:

    Cabinet Member

    • This is the beginning Administrative rank within SWAT and includes a number of general duties to help prepare them. They are encouraged to actively seek out fellow admins that need help with their duties upon request. These users may join up to two (2) Departments via application.

    Secretary of External Affairs (SoEA)

    • The SoEA is the 3iC of the Department of External Affairs. They will assist their fellow Department Leaders in the day-to-day operations of the Department and ensure that Agency Reps are regularly visiting their assigned agencies, and will represent SWAT at alliance events and meetings. They will also assist the Director of External Affairs in producing a bi-weekly report on the status of each alliance, and overall performance of the Department, which will be received by the EAiC and Foundation.

    Secretary of Financial Affairs (SoFA)

    • The SoFA is the 2iC of the Department of Labour & Financial Affairs and works in conjunction with the Secretary of Labour to ensure smooth operations within the Department. The SoFA is responsible for ensuring that all transactions are accounted for in SWAT’s record-keeping, and will submit a bi-weekly report to the Chief Financial Officer on the current status of SWAT’s finances and possible ways to improve problem areas.

    Secretary of Procurement (SoP)

    • The SoP is the 2iC of the Department of Procurement and works in conjunction with the Chief Recruitment Officer, and the Department of Public Relations to develop new strategies and ways to bring members in. They oversee transfer conversions and actively seek out new agencies to be added to the list, and aid in the training of new members of the Department.

    Secretary of Labour (SoL)

    • The SoL is the 2iC of the Department of Labour & Financial Affairs, and works in conjunction with the Secretary of Financial Affairs to ensure smooth operations within the Department. The SoL is responsible for maintaining all pay badges and ensuring that pay is disbursed fairly. They should be looking for new ways to facilitate pay and improve employee retention. They will submit a bi-weekly report on the trends of pay and overall performance & effectiveness of SWAT as a whole to the Chief Financial Officer and Foundation.

    Secretary of Public Relations (SoPR)

    • The SoPR is the 2iC of the Department of Public Relations. They work with each of the section heads to ensure that each aspect of the Department is running smooth and delivering effectively and efficiently. The SoPR works with the Department of External Affairs to ensure that not only SWAT’s news and events are put out there, but events of allies where SWAT is invited also. They will submit a bi-weekly report to the Chief Communications Officer and Foundation on the effectiveness of each of the inner sections, current campaigns and events, and identifying solutions to problem areas, as well as any proposals for new ideas or requests for funding.

    Secretary of Research & Development (SoR&D)

    • The SoR&D is 2iC of the Department of Research and Development. They work in conjuntion with the Chief Data Officer and other Department Leaders to develop new strategies and innovative measures to improve SWAT for the better. They help compile reports and other documents to propose new ideas and outline the steps involved. They will submit a monthly report to the Chief Data Officer, Chief Administrative Officer, and Foundation on the initiatives completed that month, identifying any Works in Progress (WIPs), and any new and upcoming ideas to watch for.

    Secretary of Units (SoU)

    • The SoU(s) are the 3iC in the Department of Units. They work in conjunction with each of the uni Directors to assist and support in doing meetings, logs, etc as needed. They will also be able to step in for a Board of Director in the event an absence needs to be filled. They will help the Chief Operations Officer submit a monthly report on the unit meetings for that month, current problem areas for the unit(s), and general feedback and productivity of the Department to the Chief Administrative Officer and Foundation.

     

    Board of Directors:

    Director of ___ (Standards to Superintendents)

    • Each Director is responsible for leading their respective unit(s) and support their members on their journey throughout SWAT. They’re to hold regular unit meetings, do badge removals on inactive members, maintain and develop training modules for the units. They are the voice of the Non-Administrative members in SWAT’s Administration, and should be actively bringing feedback and views from their units to Administrative Meetings.

    Director of External Affairs

    • The DoEA is the 2iC for the Department of External Affairs. They are the right-hand of the EAiC and should be actively meeting with fellow Department Leadership and EA Leaders from across alliances to further develop our alliances. This user will represent SWAT and the EAiC in meetings and at events if they are unavailable. They will also assist the Secretary of External Affairs in producing a bi-weekly report on the status of each alliance, and overall performance of the Department, which will be received by the EAiC and Foundation.

    Director of Digital Services

    • The DoDS is focused on the development and maintenance of SWAT's Digital Services. They work closely with Foundation to develop new services and strategies for digital services.

     

    Office of Administration:

    Chief Communications Officer (CCO)

    • The CCO is the 1iC of the Department of Public Relations. They oversee the entire Department and ensure smooth operations between each of the sections and the members. In conjunction with the SoPR, they actively review applications for the Department and do regular reviews of current members to assess their status in the Department. They will review the bi-weekly report submitted by the SoPR to assess problem areas and actively seek to resolve them.

    Chief Recruitment Officer (CRO)

    • The CRO is the 1iC of the Department of Procurement. They oversee the entire Department and ensure smooth operations within. In conjunction with the SoP, they actively review applications for the Department and do regular reviews of current members to assess their status. The CRO works with the SoPR and other Departments to develop and implement new strategies for member recruitment. They will provide a brief overview of how the Department is operating bi-weekly to the Chief Administrative Officer and Foundation.

    Chief Data Officer (CDO)

    • The CDO is the 1iC of the Department of Research & Development. They oversee the entire Department and ensure smooth operations within. In conjunction with the SoR&D, they actively review applications for the Department and do regular reviews of current members to assess their status. They are the voice for innovation in SWAT, and should be actively reviewing proposals from within the Department before they’re sent off and/or presented to Foundation. They will also review the monthly report sent by the SoP&R on the past, current, and upcoming ideas and accomplishments from the Department.

    Chief Operations Officer (COO)

    • The COO is the 1iC of the Department of Units. They oversee the entire Department and ensure smooth operations within itself, and in each of the units they represent. In conjunction with the Directors, they actively review applications for the Department and do regular reviews of current members to assess their status. They ensure that meetings are actively being held, and approve all changes to training modules for each of the units prior to being sent to Foundation for implementation.They will help the Secretary of Units submit a monthly report on the unit meetings for that month, current problem areas for the unit(s), and general feedback and productivity of the Department to the Chief Administrative Officer and Foundation.

    Chief Financial Officer

    • The CDO is the 1iC of the Department of Labour & Financial Affairs. They oversee the entire Department and ensure smooth operations within. In conjunction with the SoL & SoFA, they actively review applications for the Department and do regular reviews of current members to assess their status. They review bi-weekly reports sent in by the SoL and SoFA on the status of the Department and ensure that all records reflect SWAT’s current financial status. They will submit a brief report to Foundation at the end of each month outlining the revenue, expenses, payroll, and other factors for that month.

    Chief Administrative Officer

    • The CAO oversees and aids in the day-to-day runnings of SWAT’s Administration. They aid various Department Leaders as needed, and can fill in when necessary. They also review reports sent in by various Departments to ensure that they are being effective. They will provide a brief summary of problem areas within SWAT as a whole, as well as the Administration specifically. They should identify any problem users, or recognize those going above and beyond. This report should be submitted before the last week of the month to ensure it can be used by Foundation during Administrative Reviews. The CAO should also be the first point of contact for any issues with the administration or reports of users (unless other circumstances apply) before anyone reaches out to Foundation for assistance. 

     

    Foundation Team

    Director of SWAT

    • The DoSWAT works in unison with the rest of Foundation to assist with hosting monthly Cabinet and Board of Director get-togethers either as units or one to ones to provide support, guidance and development training. They also step in for a member of Office of Administration when on Leave of Absence and can step in to host the weekly Cabinet+ meetings if need be.

    Co-Founder

    • Co-Founders work closely with Founders and other members of Foundation to host meetings, work on improvements, and help with the general operations of SWAT.

    Founder

    • Founders work with all members of SWAT to collate ideas and improve SWAT. They host the weekly Cabinet+ meetings and monthly admin get-togethers either as units or one to ones to provide support, guidance and development training. These sessions can occur more often at their discretion.



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