Succeeding at Work
Service-Learning/Volunteer Coordinator | Part Time - 15-20 hrs per week Post: October 1, 2019-October 30, 2019
This position requires an active, energetic, passionate and out-going people person that seeks to help make the world better. Someone who can provide a hands on experience to youth through support of adult volunteers. Have the ability to develop, coordinate and carryout projects with minimal supervision. Must be able to deliver projects in a way that is effective and reflects the importance of giving through learning and volunteering in a hands on experience method. With having the ability to articulate ideas clearly, concisely, and in a professional manner.
Ensure 4 volunteer projects are carried out on behalf of SAW annually.
Establish and maintain relationships with universities and companies that will aid in the recruitment of volunteers for SAW youth programs, special events, and volunteer assistance for the organization
Recruitment of volunteers to support SAW programs and activities
Maintain volunteer relationships
Ensure proper screening and training of all volunteers
Assist with the preparation of all service-learning training materials and curriculum
Ensure student files are accurately in the database system
Secure in-kind donations for projects
Some college courses or related work experience.
2 years of public speaking experience
3 years of experience working with youth
5 years of experience coordinating youth projects or events
Ability to multi task, high standard of excellence, attention to detail and organized
Prior experience working with youth must have transportation (mileage reimbursed)
Computer efficiency including working knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel
Excellent communication skills
Professional appearance and demeanor
Schedule: Monday - Friday from 8:30am- 5:00pm (flexible) 15 - 20 hrs per week + some Saturdays
Hourly: $15.00 - $16.00
Benefits: Travel Reimbursement, Vacation Days, Paid Holidays, and Sick Days.
Contact: Send resume to firstname.lastname@example.org or fax 214-941-4366