The Volunteer Coordinator is responsible for the volunteer department including recruitment, orientation, scheduling, and tracking hours of the volunteers who assist the Humane Society of Sedona (HSS) shelter and thrift store staff. Must have prior Volunteer Coordinator experience and enjoy working with people and animals. For more information and a Job Description contact Austin at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Volunteer Services (VS) Assistant Manager is part of an award winning team and works closely under the direction of the VS Manager to support the recruiting, placing and facilitating over 250 new volunteers annually while maintaining a population of 800+ volunteers. You will develop new volunteer programs and position types, deliver training sessions, ensure the compliance of Academy's mandatory screenings and trainings, and serve as a resource and ambassador for all.
The Public Programs Volunteer Operations Coordinator serves as the primary contact for PP volunteers. The PPVOC is responsible for providing volunteers with a positive and rewarding experience, and ensuring that volunteers provide Academy guests with quality engagements and activities that inspire and educate. Public Programs volunteers include docents, special event volunteers, early childhood volunteers, Naturalist Center volunteers, and other programs that may be developed in the future. This position works collaboratively with staff, volunteers, and other departments to develop and coordinate a variety of volunteer activities on the public floor, in the Naturalist Center, and behind the scenes with Public Programs staff.
The Volunteer Coordinator’s primary responsibility is to recruit, schedule and manage volunteers for HappyBottoms diaper program including scheduling, supervising and documenting hours for all volunteer activities and maintaining and enhancing the volunteer experience at HappyBottoms. Full job description can be found here: https://www.happybottoms.org/we-re-growing
The 2017 TerraCorps program will support thirty-six full-time AmeriCorps members, serving in one of four positions: Land Stewardship Coordinator (LSC), Regional Conservation Coordinator (RCC), Community Engagement Coordinator (CEC), and Youth Education Coordinator (YEC). All members will carry out capacity building projects; educate or train individuals; recruit, train, manage, and support community volunteers engaged in land-based activities; and identify new individuals and groups to participate in education, recreation, or service opportunities centered around land access and conservation. All positions include computer-based administrative and reporting duties. The specific responsibilities and goals of members differ by position as well as host site organization.
These are full-time AmeriCorps positions requiring a minimum of 1,700 hours of service over 11 months. The 2017-18 TerraCorps program will run from August 28, 2017 – July 27, 2018.
For more information:
Member applications, position descriptions, and information about TerraCorps and the organizations hosting members for the 2017-2018 program can be found on our website www.terracorps.org.
CMMB’s Volunteer Program facilitates year-round opportunities for students and professionals to serve in our New York City office where they contribute to vital operational and programmatic projects in support of our global health initiatives. We have worked with thousands of interns and volunteers who help to develop and implement community health interventions, conduct research, develop communications content and build our donor base, and provide critical administrative support to the diverse teams in our offices. The ultimate goal of CMMB's Volunteer Program is to support our New York departments, country teams and local partners by finding meaningful placements for interns and volunteers who are committed to supporting a pattern of sustainable development. In addition, our International Volunteer Program addresses the critical need for professionals in South Sudan, Zambia, Kenya, Peru, and Haiti in areas that lack sufficient resources for quality preventive and curative health services, especially for women and children.
Location: 100 Wall Street, 9th Floor, New York City, NY 10005 USA
Term: 3 – 12 Months Specific requirements vary based on position.
General Requirements and Qualifications:
Relevant degree or coursework
Familiarity and interest in global health issues, especially maternal and child health
Commitment to CMMB’s mission, vision and values
Ability to work collaboratively and professionally while navigating cultural and language barriers
Ability to be flexible and prioritize projects and tasks effectively; self-starter; takes initiative
Problem solver, able to identify needs, and develop solutions
Detail-oriented with strong organizational skills
Adaptable and flexible
Proficiency in English; strong communication skills Spanish, French or Creole Fluency required for interpretation/translation positions