If you've ever had any desire to be a mod here at WC, here's the first step. Fill out the following application and PM it back to Ed.
There's several things to consider:User's Name:
Position applying for:
Section you're applying for:
Why do you want to help this forum:
What skills can you bring to this forum:
Have you ever used the backend of a vBulletin forum:
Do you know any of the options:
Do you moderate on other forums:
If yes, what other forum(s) do you moderate:
How long have you been moderating other forums:
Have you ever resigned from a staff position:
If yes, please include details/reasons why:
Enter any additional information:
- In order to be confirmed as a staff member, you must receive the majority vote from the upper staffers (Admins and Smods). It's not one person's decision whether someone gets the mod spot or not. Even if I am vehemently against modding someone, but the vote still goes in favor of modding them, the poster will get the mod spot offer.
- Just because a section currently has a mod, does not necessarily mean you shouldn't apply for it. For all you know, that mod is about to receive a promotion to Smod, is considering stepping down or has just joined the circus and WC has a strict policy against using circus performers as staff. If that happens, we'll already have your application, so you may be our first choice to replace the former mod.
- Do not be discouraged if you've sent in an application, but you haven't heard from us yet. It doesn't necessarily mean we've voted against you. In the past, we have waited a month and kept an eye on the potential mod to see if they are still putting in the effort in the section.
- If you're serious about getting the mod spot, put in some effort in the application. Remember, you're trying to make a convincing case for why you should be given a red name. Don't just assume your posts in the section is a good enough reason to convince us.
- Please do not keep contacting myself or other upper staffers with inquires. Yes, we've received the application. Yes, we're considering it. No, we haven't made up our mind yet, otherwise; you'd be given an offer already. Asking too many times is a good way to make us sour on the idea of modding you.