Part time position to support large Hospice program. Will work closely with Full time Volunteer Coordinator and is responsible for recruiting, selecting, training, supervising and retaining volunteers to adequately support volunteer operations and to ensure compliance with state and federal regulations. He/she will ensure the coordination of patient and family needs for volunteer services and will oversee the development and implementation of the plan of care to meet those needs. Strong communication, computer skills and flexibility required.
For more information:
Please apply on our website and feel free to call me directly.
Develop and oversee RSVP, a senior volunteer program that supports the needs of non-profit organizations and the community as a whole. Partner with local non-profits to develop volunteer opportunities; develop and manage volunteer recruitment, selection, training and recognition activities. Provide strong leadership, oversight and management of the program; develop and maintain a positive working relationship with the Corporation for National and Community Service (CNSC); follow and implement CNCS policies, procedures and processes. Must have experience managing complex grant funded volunteer programs, strong partnership building track record, strong verbal and written communication skills, experience writing federal grant reports/narratives. Prior experience with National Service programs, such as AmeriCorps or any Senior Corps program helpful. Must enjoy building rapport with volunteers and a diverse community of partner sites.
For more information:
Apply with Human Services Council Application, resume detailing how your education and work experience prepares you to perform each aspect of job; job history must be included. Answer supplemental questions. Application and full job description at hsc-wa.org/careers
Post date: 2/14/19
Volunteer Manager/Regional Director (title: Area Commissioner) for Scouts Canada – Ottawa
In this exciting volunteer management role, you will be supporting a team of local commissioners to help them expand the membership, recruit new volunteers, create a culture of safety, and run incredible programs. As Area Commissioner, your task is to identify the needs of your volunteers, help to mentor and coach them to achieve their goals, and provide feedback to senior volunteers/staff to make Scouting even better for youth!