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  1. Renee Gervais

    Volunteer Engagement Specialist
    Status: Full-time, hourly, benefitted position
    Hours of work: Sunday through Thursday, typically 8am–5pm with occasional evenings. Flexibility in scheduling is required.
    Date needed: ASAP
    Posting Expires: Friday, November 3, end of day

    The Seattle Aquarium seeks a volunteer engagement specialist to support the daily operations and development of programs for the volunteer engagement program. The specialist will work with the volunteer engagement manager to coordinate the on-boarding of new adult volunteers, the daily functions of the volunteer office and the development of new programming.

    As we strive create an environment that is welcoming and inclusive, the ideal candidate will have two years’ experience supervising or coordinating adult volunteers and be able to patiently and effectively deal with a variety of personalities and volunteer concerns. We are looking for someone who is adaptable to meet people where they are and able to tactfully handle a wide variety of situations effectively. This requires excellent communication and problem-solving skills.

    To read a full job description and application instructions visit our website at: http://www.seattleaquarium.org/jobs

    The Seattle Aquarium is a progressive, equal opportunity employer that values a diverse workforce. All candidates are encouraged to apply.

  2. Syrenka Slettebak

    Job opening: Community Health Outreach and Volunteer Program Coordinator
    Organization: Northwest Kidney Centers

    Summary:
    We are seeking a Community Health Outreach and Volunteer Program Coordinator. This position is responsible for coordinating the organization’s volunteer program, including recruitment, interviewing, screening, placement, and recognition activities. This position also coordinates non-fundraising special events and community health outreach activities, and provides departmental support as a member of the team. This position works 32 hours per week or 64 hours per pay period. Flexible hours, shifts, and days. Must work frequently on weekends and occasional evenings due to our busy outreach event schedule. This position’s work space will be located at NKC’s Blagg Pavilion in the Lake City neighborhood of northeast Seattle.

    Qualifications:
    Bachelor’s degree in health education or related field. Previous experience coordinating volunteers required. Event coordination experience preferred. Healthcare experience desired. Must have excellent communication skills, ability to work effectively with diverse audiences, and work well independently. Must be willing to drive department van. Current Washington State Driver’s License and car insurance required.

    To apply for this position, please visit our careers page at: https://www.nwkidney.org/careers/

  3. Lisa Yeager

    We invite Job applications for Volunteer Coordinator, for the Senior Center of West Seattle.
    · Work Schedule: Full time benefited (25Hrs. /Week)
    · Salary & Benefits: $17.00 -$19.68 DOE per hour

    NOTE: Position Open till 04/19/2017
    Interviews will be conducted April 24, 2017

    Please refer to the given link for Job Announcement details:
    https://jobs-soundgenerations.secure.force.com/HR_PublicJobDetail?JOB=a18f10000044C1kAAE

    ummary:
    Recruit, train, place and recognize volunteers in the Senior Center programs.
    Essential Duties and Responsibilites:
    1. Work with staff in developing volunteer positions, job descriptions and training programs.
    2. Recruit and place volunteers as needed in a wide variety of Center programs.
    3. Prepare materials for the (monthly, bi-monthly, quarterly) calendar to be distributed to center members and other interested persons and groups.
    4. Prepare publicity as necessary.
    5. Help plan and carry out volunteer recognition activities. Ensure that space is properly prepared for volunteer recognition and training activities and events.
    6. Collect and report program statistics.
    7. Ensure the development and maintenance of an environment that is safe, comfortable, attractive, and organized in a manner that will ensure efficient service delivery, and encourage older persons to participate.
    8. Demonstrate an eagerness to learn and enhance skills that promote equity and inclusion.
    9. Participate in events related to understanding institutional racism and other forms of oppression.
    10. Other duties as necessary and/or assigned, to include office administration functions such as filing and mailing.
    Qualifications:
    To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skills, and/or abilities required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions
    Education & Experience:
    1. BA/BS in Social Work, Recreation, education or related field. Four (4) additional years of highly relevant work experience may be substituted for the degree.
    2. Two years paid or volunteer experience working with seniors & disabled or in social or health service.
    3. One year of experience working with volunteers.
    Skills & Abilities:
    1. Ability to work independently.
    2. Demonstrated ability to work effectively with individuals of widely diverse economic, ethnic, and social backgrounds.
    3. Computer skills, preferably MS Office: Word, Excel, Access.
    4. Excellent communication skills.
    5. Valid Washington State Driver’s License and access to an insured vehicle to use on the job.

  4. Lisa Yeager

    We invite internal and external applications for a Volunteer Recruitment and Outreach Coordinator, for Sound Generations Volunteer Transportation Program. We encourage you to share this widely with your networks.

    • Work Schedule: Full Time Monday – Friday (Non-Exempt)
    • Salary: $17.00 per hour

    NOTE: Position Open till filled
    Interviews will be conducted as suitable candidates are identified
    Job Description & application at
    https://jobs-soundgenerations.secure.force.com/HR_PublicJobDetail?JOB=a18j0000004ffXkAAI

  5. Michael Ide

    Position Title: Volunteer Programs Internship

    Organization: Nordic Heritage Museum

    Position Summary: The Nordic Heritage Museum depends heavily on its volunteer base, and as the volunteer program grows we have an immediate need to implement a new volunteer management system. This internship will focus on implementing a new volunteer management system. Responsibilities include customizing the features of Volgistics and migrating current volunteer data from Raiser’s Edge to Volgistics. Desired qualifications include strong organizational and interpersonal skills, and experience using databases.

    Internship Link: http://nordicmuseum.org/volunteer/125089

    TO APPLY: Email a cover letter and resume with the Internship Title in the subject line to michaeli@nordicmuseum.org

    Application Deadline: open until filled.

  6. Martha Reyes

    Do you love working with volunteers and sharing nonprofit missions and values with the community? We’re looking for an energetic and awesome person to be our new volunteer manager. Come help us grow our volunteer program and engage others in supporting the mission and vision of Asian Counseling & Referral Service (ACRS)! Learn more and apply today http://bit.ly/ACRS_VolMgr

    ACRS is dedicated to the empowerment, well being and holistic health of Asian Pacific Islander Communities. Our programs range from senior services, food and nutrition, youth programming and more. Our unique multicultural approach provides a range of care in over 40 languages and dialects.

    The Volunteer Program Manager works to recruit, place and support a network of over 800 ACRS volunteers, helping to connect them to our work and mission.

    TO APPLY: Please reference instructions on the job announcement http://bit.ly/ACRS_VolMgr

  7. Christopher Koehler

    Community Activation Coordinator

    Job Opening

    St. James Immigrant Assistance has a long history of responding to the needs of immigrants in King County. We strive towards building a community where immigrants are valued and welcomed, and where they can find the support they need to fully participate in society and direct their own lives. We currently have an opening for a part-time Community Activation Coordinator at 20 hours per week, starting in March 2017. Duties include promoting active engagement on immigration issues, recruiting volunteers, and overseeing office volunteers. Applications are due by January 20th. For more information and to apply, contact Christopher Koehler at ckoehler@stjames-cathedral.org for an application packet.

  8. LifeWire Human Resources

    Job Title: Program Resources Coordinator
    Organization: LifeWire

    LifeWire is a non-profit serving survivors of domestic violence in King County, WA. We deliver unique and compassionate services including Community Advocacy (including one-to-one advocacy, education, and coordination with the criminal justice system and support groups); Housing Resources (including transitional housing, rental assistance, emergency shelter, housing stability, and homelessness prevention and diversion services) and Mental Health Counseling.

    If you are interested in supporting survivors by ensuring we have the in-kind, volunteer and intern resources needed to provide our award winning programs, please submit your cover letter and resume highlighting your experiences and qualifications to HR@lifewire.org.

    See https://www.lifewire.org/program-resources-coordinator/ for a complete job description.

  9. Melissa Minato

    The Pacific Science Center is now hiring for the Guest Services Volunteer Coordinator position! Apply online today at https://www.pacificsciencecenter.org/careers/ !

    Purpose/ Summary: The Guest Services Volunteer Coordinator oversees the volunteers in the Guest Services department, providing a positive environment and supporting them in providing a world class guest experience for all visitors. These volunteers act as ambassadors, provide staffing support for exhibits, and give “way-finding” information to equip guests with the information and assistance needed to maximize the enjoyment of their visit.

    Supervisory Responsibilities: Oversees the department’s volunteer team.

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
    1. Works with the Volunteer Engagement Manager to cultivate and grow, recruit, train, schedule, and provide on-going support for a team of volunteers. Provides back up to other volunteer coordinators and their teams across the organization.
    2. Works closely with volunteers to meet their needs and expectations. A major element is building successful relationships with volunteers and fostering relationships between the volunteers and other staff.
    3. Serves on a team that researches, develops and implements educational activities and materials related to volunteer roles.
    4. Contributes to general Pacific Science Center volunteer program design, operations and growth.
    5. Observes and coaches volunteers to ensure quality guest experiences.
    6. Coordinates volunteer staffing for special events in conjunction with other program staff.
    7. Brings entrepreneurial, motivating and supporting energy to the volunteer program.
    8. Role models by example, providing positive example of the volunteer role and serving as ambassador of Pacific Science Center.
    9. Provides logistical support to ensure smooth daily operations related to volunteers, occasionally including responding to radio calls to support positive staff, volunteer and guest experiences.
    10. Identifies or recruits, trains and supports Volunteer Lead(s) to provide ops support related to volunteers.
    11. Provides Human Resources-related secondary administrative support as needed.

    Position Requirements: Knowledge, Skills, Abilities
    Knowledge of:
    • Principles, practices and systems of volunteer management
    • Customer service practices and guest engagement content
    • Wayfinding activities, including best practices re: signage, ambassador/directional staffing, and encouraging guest attendance and participation

    Skills:
    • Organizational skills for scheduling and managing multiple projects
    • Internal and external customer service skills, including excellent interpersonal, listening, writing, and speaking skills
    • Recruiting, orienting, and training volunteers
    Ability to:
    • Lead volunteers in ongoing formal and informal trainings and support their growth.
    • Establish positive working relationships with a wide range of staff and volunteers of all ages, experiences levels and background. Supports diversity and inclusion practices.
    • Thrive in a fast-paced environment and have flexibility to respond to changing situations and priorities.
    • Stay calm in resolving issues and conflicts which arise, exhibiting good judgment and critical thinking skills.
    • Maintain energy and enthusiasm with a friendly, positive demeanor.

    Qualifications:
    • Preferred bachelor’s degree or equivalent.
    • Demonstrated experience in and enthusiasm for recruiting, scheduling and supervising volunteers. 2 years preferred.
    • Preferred experience in a museum or cultural organization; experience in developing exhibit interpretation activities preferred.
    • Preferred customer service experience in guest facing role.
    • Preferred proficiency in volunteer management software and required proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite.

    Physical Demands/ Working Conditions: Pacific Science Center is a large campus with approximately 1 million visitors per year. Must have a flexible schedule and commit to working at least one weekend day and some holidays and evening events. Much time is spent walking and standing. Occasionally will work in exterior setting, sometimes in inclement weather.

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  10. Nichole Peppers

    YWCA Clark County SafeChoice domestic violence program is hiring for a full-time volunteer specialist based within the only domestic violence shelter is Clark County, WA. The role will provide ongoing support to all volunteers based within the shelter, as well as provided advocacy to program participants on a regular, limited basis.
    Required Education
    A.A./A.S. degree in a related field or position equivalent experience in addition to the experience requirements listed below.
    Required Experience
    At least two years’ experience:
     Providing empowerment-based advocacy, preferably at a domestic violence agency, to at risk populations.
     Advocating for and working with volunteers to provide resource education, referrals, and outreach to at-risk populations.
     Six months providing volunteer support and training
    pay: $17.50/hr program/department: SafeChoice
    schedule: Full-time close date: open until filled
    (40 hours per week – variable schedule including weekends)

  11. Linda Woodall

    Job Title: Volunteer Coordinator
    Supervisor: Manager, Community Programs and Partnerships
    Location: Seattle Office, SHAG properties located between Bellingham and Olympia
    Department: Resident Support and Services
    FLSA Status: Non -Exempt
    SHAG Community Life Foundation seeks an energetic, creative professional to capture the talents of our 5500 independent residents, and compliment these talents with community members who want to share theirs.
    As you formalize our volunteer program, you’ll promote a sense of community and support resident leadership and volunteers as they identify and implement health, wellness, and fun activities!
    You’ll be joining our exceptional team in our focused commitment to improving the lives of older adults!
    Position Overview : This position is responsible for the day to day operations of SHAG Community Life Foundation’s volunteer programs, including recruitment, placement, training, and retaining resident volunteers, individual volunteers and volunteer groups. The Volunteer Coordinator (VC) helps develop policies and procedures for both internal and external volunteers. The VC works with SHAG resident volunteer committees, and establishes them where none exist, to plan, implement, and conduct social, educational, health and recreational programs for SHAG residents. The VC works to establish and maintain targeted resident volunteer programs including SHIBA, a Volunteer Host program to welcome new residents, a Veterans Volunteer Outreach program with the Veterans Coordinator, and convene resident volunteer meetings with representatives from each SHAG community.
    Minimum Eligibility Requirements
    • High School diploma or GED, Bachelor’s degree in Human Services, or related field preferred
    • Experience coordinating volunteer services
    • Experience working with older adults preferred
    • Must have creativity and an ability to adjust to change
    • Must have excellent customer service, negotiation and communication skills
    • Ability to work independently, manage and prioritize work
    • Demonstrated experience in successfully working with diverse populations
    • Must have the ability to maintain professional boundaries, including exercising objectivity and confidentiality, while building trusting relationships with residents and staff
    • Must be able to exercise good judgment and common sense, based on analysis, evaluation, and risk assessment in determining what to handle without help, and when to ask for guidance or help in prioritizing from supervisor
    • Experience providing public presentations
    • Must have community networking skills, knowledge of civic engagement and intergenerational and activities programming a plus
    • Computer skills, including ability to easily navigate the internet, use Outlook, create Word and Excel documents, and work with a web‐based database
    • Must pass criminal background check
    • Possess or have the ability to obtain a valid Washington State Driver’s license
    Essential Functions
    Include but are not limited to the following:
    • Conducts volunteer outreach, to residents and greater community engagement efforts through posting notices, attending community events, and proactively reaching out to community groups;
    • Places volunteers in individual sites/programs by matching volunteer skills and abilities with the need
    • Onboard and orient volunteers to their activity, buildings, and SHAG’s culture
    • Conducts and/or coordinates training for volunteers
    • Develops plans for events by attending resident meetings and conducting needs assessments; targets recruitment based on the findings
    • Utilize creativity to identify and suggest program ideas
    • Oversees the launch of new programs by coordinating first time logistics
    • Maintains frequent contact with site staff and volunteers about program effectiveness and resident satisfaction
    • Plans and conducts large one-time events with volunteers and site staff
    • Develop tracking protocol to maintain volunteer contact information and service hours Utilizes reporting to calculate ROI, identify what is working or not working, and recognize volunteers
    • Supervises volunteers by monitoring time donated and quality of performance, sometimes in conjunction with site staff
    • Support the continuation of preexisting programs that utilize external volunteers
    • Ensures volunteer satisfaction with their experience through regular communication about the organization’s work, their impact, and appreciation;
    • Develops and enhances volunteer appreciations, and documents all techniques, resources, and outcomes for future use
    • Develop and update SHAG’s volunteer manual and other tools that strengthen the volunteer program and experience
    • Other duties as assigned by supervisor and/or management
    Supervisory Functions
    • Position supervises volunteers in their volunteer placement site
    Working Conditions (travel, hours, environment, physical requirements)
    • This position is full time, 40 hours per week. Hours are flexible as needed and may occasionally include evenings and/or weekends
    • Ability to exert 10 pounds of force occasionally, and/or negligible amount of force frequently to lift, carry, push, pull or otherwise move objects. Sedentary work involves sitting most of the time, but may involve walking or standing for brief periods of time.
    • SHAG buildings are located between Bellingham and Olympia and travel to and between SHAG buildings is expected
    To apply: please submit your resume with your short answers to the following screening questions:

    1.) The majority of our residents are 62+ years old. What experience and / or interest do you have working with older adults?
    2.) You may interact with a group of residents that have different beliefs on how a committee or activity should run. Describe the steps you would take to mitigate the conflict?
    3.) One focus of this position will be creating a program that partners current residents with new residents to welcome them to their home. Describe what components you would include in developing such a program.
    Application Closing Date: November 17, 2016
    SHAG does not unlawfully discriminate against any person on the basis of race, color, national origin, disability, or age in admission, treatment, or participation in its programs, services and activities, or in employment.
    Job Type: Full-time
    Salary: $45,000.00 /year
    Required education:
    • Bachelor’s
    Required experience:
    • working with elderly (62+ years old): 1 year
    • volunteer management: 1 year

  12. Lisa Yeager

    JOB ANNOUNCEMENT
    TITLE: Coordinator II – Volunteer Program Manager
    DEPARTMENT: Development
    SUPERVISOR: Special Events & Grants Manager
    PURPOSE: Responsible for overall coordination of agency Volunteer Program, including
    all non-elected agency volunteers to support the mission and strategic
    vision of ACRS and serve the community. Volunteers coordinated include
    event and ongoing volunteers (individuals and groups), as well as interns
    and AmeriCorps Members.
    ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS
    1. Plans and implements systems to recruit, place and retain non-elected agency
    volunteers including screening, placement, orientation and, if necessary, performance
    improvement or termination. Coordinates with program supervisors to identify
    volunteer needs and build and maintain accurate volunteer and intern job
    descriptions. Recruits, leads and manages event volunteers including corporate,
    school and community groups.
    2. Researches, attends, and creates opportunities to represent the agency at human
    service and community fairs. Works with higher education institutions to promote
    service learning at the agency. Performs general outreach to corporations and
    community groups on behalf of the agency and its programs to potential clients,
    donors, volunteers, friends, and potential employees. Recruits and trains agency staff
    and volunteers to assist with outreach. Establishes and maintains effective working
    relationships with external partners in schools, businesses, and other community
    service organizations.
    3. Promotes strong and positive volunteer-staff relations by designing appropriate
    volunteer supervision, motivation, and recognition by programs. Plans agency-wide
    volunteer recognition in coordination with agency supervisors and development
    department. Nurtures connections between programs, clients, and volunteers in order
    to build community and increase services provided. Leads post-event appreciation
    activities, and overall recognition and communication through social media, email,
    newsletters and website.
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    4. Creates and maintains tools, templates and systems for communications, presentations
    and evaluation to support all aspects of volunteer recruitment, recognition,
    administration and retention. Collects, enters and reports on monthly volunteer and
    intern hours and maintains volunteer program database.
    5. Leads development of agency strategies for increased utilization of volunteers and
    interns to meet the service needs of the agency and its clients. Develops quality
    improvement practices. Participates in annual planning process, and attends all
    agency, program and team meetings, in-service trainings, and supervision. Establishes
    and maintains effective working relationships with co-workers, managers/directors
    and leadership at all levels in the agency.
    6. Supervises part-time staff or volunteers, as available, providing administrative support
    for the Volunteer Program.
    7. Other job-related duties as assigned by management.
    WORKING CONDITIONS: Regularly required to walk; use hands and fingers to
    feel, handle, or operate objects, tools, or controls; and
    reach with hands and arms. Must occasionally lift
    and/or move up to 20 pounds. Specific vision abilities
    required by this job include close vision and the ability
    to adjust focus. Work is performed primarily in an
    office setting. The noise level in the work environment
    is moderate.
    QUALIFICATIONS:  Bachelor’s degree with two (2) years experience in
    volunteer management, general supervision, event
    planning, fundraising, marketingor public relations.
    OR
    Four (4) years volunteer management or other
    relevant experience.
     Ability to respect and be responsive to diverse
    cultural beliefs and practices. Strong written and
    oral communication skills, and public speaking
    skills.
     Knowledge of marketing and fundraising
    techniques, social media, tools, and
    donor/volunteer databases helpful.
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     Effective ability to navigate a personal computer.
    Competency in use of the Microsoft Office and
    other relevant software for word processing,
    calendaring, e-mail, data entry, reports, and
    presentations. Efficiently research and perform
    various tasks via the internet.
     Must have reliable transportation to meet
    transportation needs when participating in off-site
    meetings, job related errands, agency information
    booths and preparation of events. If using a
    personal or an agency vehicle to fulfill job duties,
    must have a valid driver’s license and be insurable
    under ACRS’s auto policy. If using a personal
    vehicle, must have current auto insurance including
    coverage for work-related business.
    STATUS: Full-time / Regular
    SALARY: Depending on Experience
    CLOSING DATE: Open until filled
    BENEFITS Medical, dental and life/accidental, death & long-term disability insurance;
    generous vacation/sick/holiday pay; 403(b) and pension plans.
    TO APPLY:  RESUME
     LETTER OF APPLICATION – In no more than one page, please discuss the
    following:
    • Why are you interested in the position?
    • How does your experience makes you a great fit for this position?
    • What excites you about volunteer service?
    • What do you know about ACRS?
    ATTN: Human Resources – Asian Counseling and Referral Services
    3639 Martin Luther King Jr. Way S.
    Seattle, WA 98144
    Email: hr@acrs.org

  13. Kizzie Funkhouser

    Job Title: South Region Volunteer Coordinator
    Organization: Catholic Community Services
    Position Summary: Volunteer Services is a community-based service that provides free chore assistance for low-income elders and adults with disabilities, with the primary goal of ensuring that they retain dignity and residence in the familiar surroundings of their home or apartment. The South Volunteer Coordinator is responsible for volunteer recruitment and management to coordinate a network of volunteers to support older adults living with chronic health conditions and disabilities in South King County. Responsibilities will include volunteer recruitment and training to support volunteers; screening program participants and home visit to determine scope of project, community outreach, and group project coordination. Compensation range for this position is $14.68 – $ 16.17 DOE w/ Exceptional benefits and PTO.
    How to Apply: https://careers-ccsww.icims.com/jobs/2030/volunteer-coordinator-ii-%28pt%29–volunteer-services/job?in_iframe=1

  14. Kizzie Funkhouser

    Job Title: Resource and Volunteer Coordinator
    Organization: Catholic Community Services – sacred Heart Shelter
    Position Summary: The Sacred Heart Shelter is located on lower Queen Anne and is a temporary shelter that offers a safe, home-like refuge to homeless families in Seattle. Sacred Heart functions under the premise that every person is entitled to a safe place to sleep. We believe that the transition from homeless to housed is one that takes time, effort and perseverance. Sacred Heart Shelter operates as a support network for people as they go through that process. The staff works with residents to develop goals, obtain health and dental care, job and parent training, childcare and ongoing support and assistance towards the ultimate goal of locating stable, permanent housing.
    The Volunteer Coordinator will manage a network of volunteers to support. The Volunteer Coordinator is responsible for volunteer recruitment and management to coordinate a network of volunteers to support children and families (25-45 residents) Responsibilities will include volunteer recruitment and training to support volunteers. Place volunteers in set opportunities or create a new opportunity to meet the volunteer and shelter needs.
    How to Apply: https://careers-ccsww.icims.com/jobs/1933/resource-and-volunteer-coordinator/job

  15. Kizzie Funkhouser

    Job Title: South Region Volunteer Coordinator
    Organization: Catholic Community Services
    Position Summary: Volunteer Services is a community-based service that provides free chore assistance for low-income elders and adults with disabilities, with the primary goal of ensuring that they retain dignity and residence in the familiar surroundings of their home or apartment. The South Volunteer Coordinator is responsible for volunteer recruitment and management to coordinate a network of volunteers to support older adults living with chronic health conditions and disabilities in South King County. Responsibilities will include volunteer recruitment and training to support volunteers; screening program participants and home visit to determine scope of project, community outreach, and group project coordination. Compensation range for this position is $14.68 – $ 16.17 DOE w/ Exceptional benefits and PTO.
    How to Apply: https://careers-ccsww.icims.com/jobs/1942/volunteer-coordinator-ii—volunteer-services/job?in_iframe=1

  16. Marcia Long

    Job Title: Volunteer Coordinator
    Organization: EvergreenHealth Hospital Kirkland http://www.evergreenhealth.com
    Position Summary:
    Provides leadership and customer service training to all EvergreenHealth volunteers. Resonsible for interviewing, onboarding new volunteers, and managing day to day responsibilities.
    Position is 19 hours per week, including Saturday 6.5 hours.
    Computer skills, training skills, and experience as volunteer coordinator needed.
    Contact: Marcia Long, mllong@evergreenhealth.com, 425-899-2001.

  17. Shawn Miller

    Job Title: Volunteer Services Programs Manager

    Organization: Catholic Community Services-Northwest

    The Volunteer Services Programs Manager is responsible for the overall leadership, quality, development and coordination of Volunteer Service programs (Chore and Transportation). Responsibilities include coordination, contract development and problem solving; using team management while working with departments within CCSWW and the community.

    Volunteer Chore Services: A community-based service that provides free chore assistance for low-income elders and adults with disabilities, with the primary goal of ensuring that they retain dignity and residence in the familiar surroundings of their home or apartment. The program is unique in also serving individuals under age 60 who have disabilities. VCS fosters opportunities for social and civic engagement and ensures that vulnerable adults receive services that support their health and well-being.

    Volunteer Transportation: Provides low-income elders and disabled adults with the transportation they need to be able to get to their medical appointments and other essential errands. Our volunteer drivers are generous, well-trained individuals; the service helps clients maintain independence and dignity and “Brings Community Home.”

    This position is F/T, 37.5 hours per week.

    Pay is $41,632.50 – $44,967.00 annually DOE, plus excellent holiday/vacation/sick pay and health benefits!

    Job announcement/application link: https://careers-ccsww.icims.com/jobs/1909/volunteer-services-programs-manager—snohomish-co./job

    Position open until filled.

  18. Bob Conroy

    Job Title: Community Engagement Coordinator – Part-time
    Agency: Youth Eastside Services (YES)
    Location: Bellevue, WA

    Coordinates the recruitment and effective deployment of groups and individuals who wish to donate their time to advance the mission of Youth Eastside Services (YES). Perform other activities as assigned to maximize short and long-term support for YES programs and services.

    See link for full description:
    http://www.youtheastsideservices.org/about/job-volunteer-opportunities.php

    Open until filled

  19. Jennifer Teeler

    Susan G. Komen Puget Sound – Community Engagement Coordinator: Volunteer and Survivor Programs (Closing date: July 1, 2016)
    Under the supervision of the Director of Programs, the Community Engagement Coordinator will provide coordination and assist in the development, implementation, and evaluation of Susan G. Komen Puget Sound’s Volunteer and Survivor Programs. Candidate must demonstrate an ability to build strong relationships, enhance partnerships and facilitate collaborations with volunteers, survivors and key community organizations and individuals.

    The Community Engagement Coordinator is the initial point of contact for Affiliate volunteers and is responsible for screening and placing volunteers in roles that are well-matched to their skills, interests and availability. They will also develop our emerging Survivorship program, including scoping, program design and implementation.

    For more information, please visit: http://komenpugetsound.org/about-us/job-opportunities/

  20. Sarah Bustad

    Job Title: Volunteer Program Manager

    Organization: Encompass NorthWest

    Brief Job Description (50 words or less):
    The Volunteer Program Manager is responsible for the on-going development and
    implementation of a volunteer program in support of Encompass and our mission. Primary responsibilities for the Volunteer Manager are to recruit, screen and place volunteers, as well as ensure that all volunteers are oriented, trained, supervised and recognized.

    Link to Full Job Description either on another job posting site or at your organization:
    http://encompassnw.org/get-involved/employment-opportunities/
    OR
    http://encompassnw.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/Volunteer-Manager-Position-Announcement.pdf

    Application Deadline: Open until filled

  21. Alice Fong

    We have an opening at United Way of King County!

    Online Volunteer Specialist –

    For more information, please go to our website to apply.

    http://agency.governmentjobs.com/uwkc/default.cfm

  22. Leslie Harris

    Job title: Volunteer and Events Supervisor

    Organization: City of Kenmore, WA

    Position Summary: The City of Kenmore is seeking an exceptional Volunteer and Events Supervisor to plan, implement and oversee City sponsored special events and plan, implement, facilitate, and promote City sponsored programs and special events in the town green and pavilion building. The Volunteer and Events Supervisor will also develop and execute volunteer program activities which include the supervision of parks, events, and administrative volunteers.

    Posting/Application: https://apply.govjobstoday.com/JobAnnouncement.aspx?jid=4804

    Salary: $4,070 – 5,621 / month

  23. Debra Gerth

    Job Title: Volunteer Coordinator

    Location: Senior Center of West Seattle 4217 SW Oregon St, Seattle WA 98116

    Organization: Sound Generations (formerly Senior Services)

    Posting/Application: http://jobs-soundgenerations.force.com/

    Salary: $17.58 – $19.78 per hour, eligible for benefits.

    The Senior Center of West Seattle is now hiring a Volunteer Coordinator for 32 hrs/wk to recruit, train, schedule and supervise our wonderful volunteers. For more information and desired qualifications, see posting. This position is open until filled.

  24. Jamie Lee

    VOLUNTEER MANAGER
    The Volunteer Manager is responsible for recruiting, coordinating, supervising, and training a diverse group of volunteers, including students and docents, who are deployed throughout the museum. The position also serves as the liaison for the Burke Student Ambassadors.

    As a member of the Operations Team, the Volunteer Manager is responsible for raising community awareness of the Burke’s volunteer program and through seeking out partnerships across the University and with other community organizations that support volunteer opportunities. The position develops strategies for recruiting, retaining, and recognizing a diverse corps of volunteers; provides initial orientation and department-specific training; deploys volunteers to ensure adequate coverage of many museum activities, as determined by the departmental managers; collaborates with Museum staff in creating volunteer assignments that are appropriate and support departmental goals; works with a variety of Museum staff to ensure that volunteer assignments and training meet the needs of the volunteers, and align with the mission of the Museum; evaluates the success of the overall volunteer program in a strategic and consistent manner.

    The Burke Museum is involved in a multi-year transformation project that will culminate in a new museum facility. The “New Burke” will be a groundbreaking museum of natural history and culture that inspires wonder and pride about the Northwest and our place in the world. The Volunteer Manager will be tasked with expanding the volunteer program resources for the New Burke. ​

    To Apply: Visit UW Hires and reference requisition 128575

    https://uwhires.admin.washington.edu/eng/candidates/default.cfm?szLocationID=88

  25. Ingrid Hartsock

    Community Engagement Manager at FareStart

    Job Description
    FareStart has an exciting opportunity for a dynamic, passionate and outgoing individual. This position will have responsibility for volunteer program operations and program development. This individual will have a high profile role in the community. Coordinates and provides community engagement activities such as tours, public speaking requests, and provides outreach to specific donor groups, including, but not limited to, corporate partners and workplace giving campaigns. Supervises the Volunteer Services Specialist who executes the day to day volunteer operations.

    The ideal candidate will be organized, proactive, and detail oriented with excellent follow-through and communication skills. This individual will demonstrate the ability to inspire others to support our community and FareStart’s mission. In this full-time position, you will work in a dynamic, collaborative environment and be able to make a positive difference for individuals in need in our community.

    You have:
    • 4+ years experience in volunteer program management
    • 2+ years experience supervising staff
    • Extensive knowledge of volunteer management practices and risk management issues
    • Experience in program development preferred
    • Excellent public speaking skills
    • Ability to work successfully across departments
    • Conflict resolution and facilitation skills
    • Able to work effectively with people with diverse backgrounds
    • Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite

    We are:
    • A successful organization that trains homeless and disadvantaged individuals for jobs in the culinary industry, empowering them to transform their lives.
    • A progressive and healthy non-profit with an annual budget over $11m with business revenue funding almost 50%. More information about us and a detailed job description can be found at: http://www.farestart.org

    Compensation Package:
    • Base pay dependent upon experience and qualifications.
    • Featured benefits include generous paid time off, health insurances, ORCA pass, short/long term disability, life insurance, 401(k) with company matching,

    To apply: Please fill out an application and attach a cover letter at the following link: http://hirebridge.com/v3/Jobs/JobDetails.aspx?cid=7136&jid=364908

    To build a diverse workforce, FareStart encourages applications from minorities, women, veterans, and individuals with disabilities. EOE

    http://www.farestart.org/about/employment/index.html

  26. Kizzie Funkhouser

    Job Title: Program Manager – Volunteer Chore Services

    Organization: Catholic Community Services

    Position Summary: Volunteer Chore Services (VCS) is a community-based service that provides free chore assistance for low-income elders and adults with disabilities, with the primary goal of ensuring that they retain dignity and residence in the familiar surroundings of their home or apartment. The program is unique in also serving individuals under age 60 who have disabilities. The Program Manager is responsible for overall program operations in King County including staff supervision, budget, contract monitoring, grant writing, and attainment of program goals and objectives.

    Job announcement/application link: https://careers-ccsww.icims.com/jobs/1496/volunteer-services-program-manager/job

    Minimum Salary: $41,650.00 per year
    Maximum Salary: $44,980.00 per year
    Employment Type: Full Time
    Department: Volunteer Chore Services

  27. Solid Ground

    Solid Ground is seeking a Volunteer Coordinator to act a the central point of contact for agency volunteer efforts. This role will be responsible for coordinating overall strategy to generate volunteer assistance for programs and initiatives of Solid Ground including support of the Retired and Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP), and support for Solid Ground staff in the utilization, management and recognition of volunteers placed throughout the agency.

    Application closes October 28th, 2015 at 5pm. Please see website for details:

    http://www.solid-ground.org/AboutUs/Jobs/DispForm_Job.aspx?ID=341&Source=/AboutUs/Jobs/Pages/default.aspx

  28. Lyndsay Campbell

    Program Coordinator

    NAMI Greater Seattle

    PURPOSE:
    The Program Coordinator (PC) reports to the Executive Director and is responsible for the day-to-day operations of NAMI Greater Seattle programs. The PC trains and oversees program volunteers/interns, assists in developing program budgets, and coordinates with agency staff and external community partners to meet demand for NAMI Greater Seattle programs. This person assists the Executive Director in analyzing community needs for program development and/or expansion.
    SKILLS:
    The Program Coordinator will be action-oriented with a strong work ethic, initiative, energy, and tenacity. The PC will possess the personal qualities of integrity, credibility, confidence, dedication, positive attitude, adaptability, self-direction with willingness to take direction as needed, and a sense of humor. He/she will have exceptional interpersonal, relationship building, and volunteer management skills and the ability to work effectively with diverse groups of people. This position requires excellent organizational and time management skills with a strong ability to manage multiple priorities.

    We are currently not posting this on any sites, as of yet. If you would like a more detailed description please email at lyndsayc@nami-greaterseattle.org

  29. Sahara Suval

    Communications & Outreach Intern

    Position Summary: Intern will provide marketing assistance to drive traffic and awareness to SHADOW’s brand and community programs and to assist in the execution of SHADOW’s fundraising events throughout the year. Specific duties will be discussed during interviews but may include the following: media outreach, creating and/or distributing marketing and press materials—both print and web-based, event promotional materials, market research, and general office administration.

    Internship Commitment: October 13, 2015 to December 18, 2015 (flexible), 10-20 hours per week; Reliable transportation required

    Location: SHADOW Lake Nature Preserve – 21656 184th Avenue SE, Renton, WA 98058

    Compensation/Educational Benefits to Students: This is an unpaid internship. Transportation reimbursement offered monthly. Academic accreditation may be available through your university or college (dependent on institution)
     Direct, hands-on experience designing and implementing comprehensive marketing, communications, and outreach strategies
     Direct experience communicating with community members, local groups, and aligning their interests with SHADOW’s needs and opportunities
     Significant experience performing community outreach and education
     Opportunity to shape and grow an organization’s communications and fundraising strategy
     Exceptional first-hand experience in a busy, innovative, established conservation organization and nature preserve

    Duties:
     Design, update, and implement new marketing and promotional materials for SHADOW’s branding and programs, including both web and print-based materials
     Assist with program recruitment and promotion
     Assist with social media management
     Research potential community outreach and engagement opportunities for SHADOW
     Utilize and coordinate organizational calendars to plan activities
     Work with Community Engagement and Program Manager to develop marketing and communications strategy and timeline
     Represent SHADOW professionally at community outreach and networking events
     Produce and support the execution of SHADOW’s winter-fundraising activities
     Assist with website design, database administration, daily operational and other administrative tasks
     Provide programmatic support to the Community Engagement and Program Manager as needed

    Qualifications
    Skills:
     Strong verbal and written communication skills are an essential requirement of this position
     Strong research skills
     Ability to work in a flexible environment with individuals of diverse backgrounds
     Ability to communicate confidently and friendly with local community members as a SHADOW representative
     Enthusiasm for and inherent commitment to environmental conservation and protection highly desired
     Strong work ethic, collaborative spirit, and sense of humor a must!
     Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite: Word, Excel, PowerPoint
     Familiarity with Salesforce or similar database management systems preferred
     Experience/knowledge with marketing, outreach and presentations
     Proficiency and understanding of social media
     Self-motivated with ability to work with minimal daily supervisor and communicate effectively and transparently
     Experience with, or understanding of, ecological restoration projects desired
     Proficiency with website design desirable
     Proficiency with graphic design software tools desirable

    Education:
     At least a sophomore status in college or university; studies in environmental sciences, education or related field preferred
     College-level coursework and/or experience in marketing, education, and public speaking desirable

    To be considered, please submit a thoughtful cover letter and current resume in Word or PDF format to:
    Sahara Suval, Community Engagement and Program Manager
    sahara@shadowhabitat.org
    Indicate “Communications & Outreach Internship” in the subject line.
    Application review will begin immediately, and will continue until the internship is filled.

  30. Sahara Suval

    Environmental Education Intern

    Position Summary: Intern(s) will facilitate and coordinate SHADOW’s environmental education programs by leading hands-on experiential field trips, developing and implementing curriculum, and assisting with daily administration and operations. SHADOW hosts nearly 30 fourth-grade classrooms throughout the month of October from Tahoma School District, the majority of which will be facilitated by the intern. Specific duties will be discussed during interviews but may include the following: administrative and operational support, programmatic support and coordination, curriculum development and review, program evaluation, leading and hosting groups at SHADOW Lake Nature Preserve, occasionally leading and hosting volunteer work parties.

    Internship Commitment: October 10, 2015 to December 18, 2015 (flexible), 10-20 hours per week; Reliable transportation required

    Location: SHADOW Lake Nature Preserve – 21656 184th Avenue SE, Renton, WA 98058

    Compensation/Educational Benefits to Students: This is an unpaid internship. Transportation reimbursement offered monthly. Academic accreditation may be available through your university or college (dependent on institution)
     Direct, hands-on experience designing and implementing environmental education curriculum and programs
     Direct facilitation of experiential educational programming for diverse audience
     Significant experience stewarding and interacting with volunteers
     Opportunity to shape and grow various education programs
     Exceptional first-hand experience in a busy, innovative, established conservation organization and nature preserve

    Duties:
     Design, develop, and implement curriculum and educational materials for SHADOW’s education programs
     Assist and/or lead field trips and environmental education programs for SHADOW program participants
     Assist with program recruitment and promotion
     Collaborate with Community Engagement and Program Manager to develop future program proposals and timeline and expand educational program reach and offerings as SHADOW’s education program continues to grow
     Utilize and coordinate organizational calendars to plan activities
     Provide leadership in risk management before, during, and after (e.g. respond to emergencies, administer first aid, maintain first aid kits, complete incident reports.)
     Assist with daily operational and administrative tasks
     Represent SHADOW professionally at community outreach and networking events
     Assist with volunteer management; lead restoration work parties as needed
     Provide programmatic support to the Community Engagement and Program Manager as needed

    Skills:
     Strong verbal and written communication skills are an essential requirement of this position
     Experience working in educational setting and with children
     Strong research skills
     Enthusiasm for learning and teaching about the natural world and human cultural history
     Ability to communicate confidently and friendly with local community members as a SHADOW representative
     Ability to work in a flexible environment with individuals of diverse backgrounds.
     Strong work ethic, collaborative spirit, and sense of humor a must!
     Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite: Word, Excel, PowerPoint
     Familiarity with Salesforce or similar database management systems preferred
     Self-motivated with ability to work with minimal daily supervisor and communicate effectively and transparently
     Experience with, or understanding of, ecological restoration projects desired
     Current First Aid/CPR certification required; or commitment to obtain First Aid/CPR certification upon hiring

    Education:
     At least a sophomore status in college or university; studies in environmental sciences, education or related field preferred
     College-level coursework and/or experience in environmental restoration/studies, education, and public speaking desirable

    To be considered, please submit a thoughtful cover letter and current resume in Word or PDF format to:
    Sahara Suval, Community Engagement and Program Manager
    sahara@shadowhabitat.org
    Indicate “Environmental Education Internship” in the subject line.
    Application review will begin immediately, and will continue until the internship is filled.

  31. Belina Van

    Volunteer Services Coordinator (30 hours per week)
    Job Locations
    US-WA-Kent
    Posted Date
    8/30/2015

    More information about this job:
    Overview:
    PROGRAM DESCRIPTION:
    Volunteer Chore Services is a community-based service that provides free chore assistance for low-income elders and adults with disabilities, with the primary goal of ensuring that they retain dignity and residence in the familiar surroundings of their home or apartment. The program is unique in also serving individuals under age 60 who have disabilities. VCS fosters opportunities for social and civic engagement and ensures that vulnerable adults receive services that support their health and well-being.

    POSITION DESCRIPTION:
    The Volunteer Services Coordinator is responsible for volunteer recruitment and management to coordinate a network of volunteers to support older adults living with chronic health conditions and disabilities in South King County. Responsibilities will include volunteer recruitment and training to support volunteers; screening program participants and home visit to determine scope of project, community outreach, and group project coordination.

    MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: (Qualifications applicant must possess to be considered for the position.)
    1. Bachelor’s degree in social services, volunteer management or equivalent years of experience.
    2. Excellent phone and customer service skills.
    3. Interest in working with elders and adults with disabilities and concern for their well-being.
    4. Knowledge of community resources.
    5. Ability to work effectively with individuals of diverse backgrounds to achieve a common goal.
    6. Demonstrated ability to prioritize tasks.
    7. Proficient computer skills in MS office.
    8. Ability to travel extensively throughout King County. Occasional evening and weekends required.
    9. Ability to work within the mission, goals, and objectives of Catholic Housing Services/Catholic Community Services.
    10. Demonstrates the necessary attitudes, knowledge and skills to deliver culturally competent services and work effectively in multi-cultural situations with proven commitment to recruiting and retaining a diverse workforce.
    11. Support and contribute to a creative, collaborative and respectful environment that promotes teamwork
    12. Valid WA state driver’s license, Insurance and access to insured vehicle for outreach and community meetings. Ability to comply with agency employee driving policy.
    13. Criminal history background checks are required prior to employment.

    PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:
    1. Fluency in second language.
    2. Experience working with non-profit agencies.
    3. Work or volunteer experience with elders and adults with disabilities.

  32. Renee Gervais

    PT Volunteer Coordinator at Seattle Aquarium

    Reports to: Volunteer Engagement Manager
    Status: Part time, hourly, benefitted position
    Hours of work: Sunday through Thursday, exact hours to be determined, generally works approximately 20 hours per week
    Date needed: ASAP
    Posting expires: August 31, 2015

    Position description: The Volunteer Coordinator will work with the Volunteer Engagement Manager to coordinate the on-boarding of new volunteers, the daily functions of the volunteer office and the development of new programming. The coordinator will typically work Sunday through Thursday averaging 20 hours per week.

    About the Seattle Aquarium: The Seattle Aquarium is owned by the City of Seattle and under nonprofit management. The Aquarium currently serves over 825,000 visitors and 40,000 schoolchildren and their teachers annually. Guided by its mission of Inspiring Conservation of Our Marine Environment, the Seattle Aquarium has a realistic plan for phased growth based on record-setting attendance, membership and fundraising growth, an energized board of directors and professional management. The current annual budget is $14 million.

    To read a full job posting visit our website: http://www.seattleaquarium.org/jobs

  33. Riana Nolet

    Job Title: Volunteer Coordinator & Fall Prevention Lead (AmeriCorps Position)

    Organization: Phinney Neighborhood Association

    Are you a college grad tired of temping? Under age 25? Join AmeriCorps!
    • Build your resume with hands-on non-profit experience
    • Develop your professional network
    • $5,730 Education Award can be applied to college loans or grad school (loan forbearance while serving) upon completion of service

    Why AmeriCorps with the PNA Village? “I completely credit my time as an AmeriCorps member at the PNA Village for allowing me to find a career and job I love! I served as the Village Volunteer Coordinator during the 2013-2014 term and can’t imagine a more fun place to spend your AmeriCorps year. You work with incredible co-workers, amazing volunteers, and wonderful members and you get to learn and grow while doing so! The skills and relationships you develop during your time at the Village will help you to do whatever you want to do in life. I am being completely honest when I say: “If I could have served a second term with the Village, I would have in a heartbeat.” Liz

    The Phinney Neighborhood Association (PNA) Village is offering a Volunteer Coordinator & Fall Prevention Lead-AmeriCorps position, starting September 1, 2015, and extending through July 15, 2016. The Volunteer Coordinator, based at our site in North Seattle, engages a variety of community volunteers who contribute their time and talent to provide services to members in our Village. As the Fall Prevention Lead, you will be responsible for research, attending and completing Matter of Balance (MOB) certification training, delivery of classes to members, and assessing the efficacy of MOB classes.

    The position is listed at:
    https://my.americorps.gov/mp/listing/viewListing.do?id=50862&fromSearch=true

    The PNA Village, a program of the PNA, is an aging- in-community membership program. The PNA Village provides support, expertise, and services to members who want to have the practical means and confidence to live safely and comfortably in their own homes and neighborhoods.

  34. Lisa Yeager

    Volunteer Coordinator
    PACIFIC SCIENCE CENTER is hiring and we want you on our team!

    Are you looking for something unique? Are you mission driven, passionate about working with volunteers, and seeking an environment filled with fun and discovery? Pacific Science Center brings exhibits to life by providing informal science interpretation and top notch exhibit operations to our guests. The Volunteer Coordinator is a new, full time, regular position with benefits. The position reports to our Volunteer Talent Manager and will be responsible for managing Special Exhibit Volunteers working with Human Resources, Guest Services, Science Interpretation and Events staff.

    Purpose: The Volunteer Coordinator works with Science Center Supervisors and Managers to extend the reach of our educators, Guest Services Representatives and program staff to fulfill our mission.

    Summary: Pacific Science Center has special exhibits during the year that are staffed by a combination of paid and volunteer staff. The Volunteer Coordinator works with program staff to identify the requirements for volunteers and develops a plan for meeting requirements. The Volunteer Coordinator schedules volunteers, is present at volunteer stations, ensures volunteers are kept current with procedures and coordinates volunteer coverage for any special exhibit related events. Success in this position will be measured by the degree that plans and schedules for volunteer staffing are achieved.

    Key Job Responsibilities: The Volunteer Coordinator recruits, trains, schedules and supports the volunteer corps for special exhibits. The Volunteer Coordinator maintains communications, checks operations, monitors program quality standards to ensure goals are met and supports volunteers. The Volunteer Coordinator supports volunteer relations, coaches and evaluates volunteers throughout their deployment and maintains appropriate volunteer staffing levels.

    The ideal candidate has excellent organization and communication skills; ability to work in a cooperative and supportive way with a wide variety of people; experience managing, and coordinating volunteers; and customer service experience. The Volunteer Coordinator is fully competent using volunteer management software and Microsoft Office Suite. Thrives in a fast-paced environment and has flexibility to respond to changing situations and priorities. High level of energy and enthusiasm, positive attitude. Must be able to work with the public and co-workers in a courteous, friendly and professional manner. Demonstrates an appreciation of volunteers and their roles.

    To read a full job description and to apply visit:
    http://ch.tbe.taleo.net/CH18/ats/careers/requisition.jsp
    org=PACSCI&cws=1&rid=313
    or go to https://www.pacificsciencecenter.org/ and scroll to the bottom of the page for career opportunities.

    Pacific Science Center is an equal-opportunity employer. We value diversity and it is expressed in all aspects, from the people and communities we serve to our organizational culture and our employees. Pacific Science Center does not discriminate on the basis of any trait protected by law such as age, race, gender, veteran status, or disability in admission or access to, or employment in, its programs or other activities.

  35. Melanie Schumacher

    Volunteer Engagement Manager, Food Lifeline
    Reposting to update application link.

    Food Lifeline is currently hiring a Volunteer Engagement Manager. This position is responsible for setting and implementing a strategy for the cultivation, development, and oversight of Food Lifeline’s volunteer program. The position will develop and execute annual and long range plans for expanding the volunteer program and will leverage technology to maximize efficiencies and highlight the importance of volunteers to our mission. The Volunteer Engagement Manager will regularly communicate with Food Lifeline staff on how to best utilize volunteers and with external audiences on how to get involved.

    Job Description/Application link:
    https://workforcenow.adp.com/jobs/apply/posting.html?client=fll&jobId=47110&lang=en_US&source=CC3

    Starts at $45,859/annually

    – See more at: http://vannw.org/career-opportunities/#comment-140096

  36. Janice Dilworth

    Volunteer Coordinator & Fall Prevention Lead/AmeriCorps

    PNA Village, a program of the Phinney Neighborhood Association

    The PNA Village engages a variety of community members as volunteers who contribute their time and talent to provide services to our members. As the Volunteer Coordinator, member is responsible for maintaining an effective volunteer program including recruitment, training, reporting, surveying, appreciation and retention of volunteers. As the Fall Prevention Lead, member is responsible for research, attending and completing Matter of Balance (MOB) training, delivery of classes to members, and assessing efficacy of MOB classes. Member will also be responsible for implementing the new volunteer position, Home Safety Volunteer (HSV).

    To review a detailed position description,
    http://phinneycenter.org/jobs/PNAVillageAmeriCorpsVolunteerCoordinator-06-15.pdf

    To apply, complete the AmeriCorps application: https://my.americorps.gov/mp/listing/viewListing.do?id=50862&fromSearch=true

  37. Melanie Schumacher

    Volunteer Engagement Manager, Food Lifeline

    Food Lifeline is currently hiring a Volunteer Engagement Manager. This position is responsible for setting and implementing a strategy for the cultivation, development, and oversight of Food Lifeline’s volunteer program. The position will develop and execute annual and long range plans for expanding the volunteer program and will leverage technology to maximize efficiencies and highlight the importance of volunteers to our mission. The Volunteer Engagement Manager will regularly communicate with Food Lifeline staff on how to best utilize volunteers and with external audiences on how to get involved.

    Job Description/Application link:
    https://workforcenow.adp.com/myportal/ess/recruitment/internalPostingPreview.faces?client=fll&jobId=47110&lang=en_US&source=CC2

    Starts at $45,859/annually

  38. Reena Jehle

    Make the most of every moment –it’s the heart of our philosophy and mission at Capital Caring. For over 35 years, Capital Caring has helped families and loved ones make the most of every moment together by offering coordinated care, comfort and dignity to those living with serious illness.
    As we continue to grow, we are seeking independent, energetic and organized Volunteer Services Coordinators for multiple opportunities:

    1. Loudoun County, VA
    a. 1 Full-Time
    b. 1 Part-Time (Benefit-Eligible)
    2. Arlington, VA
    a. 1 Full-Time

    The Volunteer Services Coordinator is responsible for recruiting, interviewing, screening, training, assigning, supervising, and evaluating volunteers in support of the staff and mission of Capital Caring. The Volunteer Services Coordinator will also be responsible for:
    •Working with patients/families and other departments to assess needs
    •Maintaining volunteer records ( ex: hours worked, education/health
    requirements, performance evaluations)
    •Supporting volunteers with ongoing recognition events
    The ideal candidate will be a resourceful problem solver with strong organizational and planning skills with a background in volunteer program coordination strongly preferred.
    Employment with Capital Caring comes with great benefits – with flexibility to choose the health and welfare plans to best meet your needs.

     Competitive salary with performance bonus
     Health, Dental, Vision Insurance
     403(b) plan with a generous match
     Education Assistance/Tuition Reimbursement
     Professional/Clinical Ladders
     Certification Expense Reimbursement and Bonus
     Generous Vacation, Sick and Personal Leave

    Ready to Join Us? Apply online today at http://www.capitalcaring.org/careers or contact Reena Jehle, Recruiter: rjehle@capitalcaring.org
    EOE M/F/D

  39. Brian T.

    Volunteer Coordinator – Full Time

    PURPOSE OF THIS POSITION:

    Volunteers are critical contributors to the effectiveness of Bread Of Life Mission. This position serves as the “front lines” for those wishing to volunteer in helping the homeless and hurting in the Seattle.. He/she holding this position is responsible for creating and maintaining an extraordinary volunteer experience that gets people excited about volunteering with Bread Of Life Mission, and potentially becoming a financial supporter.

    POSITION SUMMARY:

    The Volunteer Coordinator works directly with the Development Director and other program coordinators to identify areas needing volunteer support and then meeting those needs through the recruitment, placement and retention of volunteers.

    View the full job description and apply here (no phone calls please):
    http://www.breadoflifemission.org/careers/

  40. Lisa Yeager

    Event and Volunteer Coordinator is sought for Ethiopia Reads annual auction gala “Open Hearts Big Dreams”. This is a contract position that can be done from home in your spare time! Ethiopia Reads collaborates with Ethiopian communities to build schools, plant libraries, teach teachers, boost literacy and provide youth and families with the tools to improve their lives. This auction is the core fundraiser. The office is located in Minneapolis but there is a committed core of volunteers who have ties to Ethiopia in Seattle (mostly through adoption of Ethiopian children). The auction will be held Nov. 21, 2015 at the Seattle Design Center. This position supports the volunteer leaders who have been doing the auction for five years. To find out more or indicate interest contact Kristina Berg at kristina@ethiopiareads.org

  41. Cluny McCaffrey

    Job Title: Director of Volunteer Involvement
    Location: Redmond, WA
    Salary Range: $45k-$50k
    Program size: 350-400 volunteers per week

    Little Bit Therapeutic Riding Center is among the largest, and most respected, therapeutic riding centers in the country. We are looking for an experienced volunteer program director with a passion for program building, people of all abilities and horses? We need someone who can strengthen the infrastructure of our existing program and lead it through growth and change — Someone to strengthen our connection to the greater Puget Sound community.

    Link to Full Job Description: http://littlebit.org/images/director_volunteer%20involvement_final_2015_03.pdf

  42. Ginger Seybold

    Job Title: AmeriCorps Project Coordinator

    Organization: Full Life Care

    Brief Job Description: Full Life Care’s “Healthy Futures” AmeriCorps project expands this Fall to a team of 18 members placed at Full Life and with 3 additional community partners. The staff member in this new coordinator position will be responsible for recruiting & supervising members, planning orientation and training, member development, contract compliance and project reporting.

    Link to Full Job Description: http://www.fulllifecare.org/about-us/join-our-team/

    Application Deadline: April 1, 2015

  43. Gabriella Aguayo

    Job Title: Volunteer Coordinator
    Organization: Solid Ground
    Location: Seattle, WA

    The Volunteer Coordinator serves as the central point of contact for agency volunteer efforts and is responsible for coordinating overall strategy to generate volunteer assistance for programs and initiatives of Solid Ground, and support for Solid Ground staff in the utilization, management and recognition of volunteers placed throughout the agency.

    This is a full-time union position will pay $19.59 per hour plus benefits.

    Find Application at: http://www.solid-ground.org/AboutUs/Jobs/Pages/default.aspx

    Application Deadline – March 31st at 5:00 pm

  44. Lisa Yeager

    Volunteer Program Manager
    Encompass, 1407 Boalch Ave NW, North Bend, WA

    Link for more information:
    http://encompassnw.org/get-involved/employment-opportunities/
    Open until filled but hope to fill by April 1, 2015

    The Volunteer Manager develops and implements a volunteer program in support of Encompass and our mission. Primary responsibilities for the Volunteer Manager are to recruit, screen and place volunteers, as well as ensure that volunteers are oriented, trained, supervised and recognized. You’ll have fun furthering our mission to nurture children, enrich families and inspire community!

    Encompass core services include: Pediatric therapy, Early Learning, and Parent Education. We serve primarily Birth to age 12 children in the Snoqualmie Valley.

  45. Danika Mowery

    Pacific Science Center seeks a Volunteer Talent Manager to lead our Volunteer Corps and a wide breadth of volunteer programs and positions that support Pacific Science Center’s mission. The Manager works with volunteer managers throughout the institution to identify, recruit, develop and evaluate Volunteers and ensure Volunteer programs extend the reach of employees and programs in realizing our mission. The Manager conducts marketing and outreach to Volunteers; onboards Volunteers; trains Volunteer managers; and leads Volunteer relations. The Manager develops, implements and assesses Volunteer programs strategically. The deadline for receiving applications is 2/20/15.

    To read a full job description and to apply visit:
    http://ch.tbe.taleo.net/CH18/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=PACSCI&cws=1&rid=313

  46. Amy Castaneda

    Seattle Humane Society has an exciting opportunity for a part-time Volunteer Services Associate! The Volunteer Services Associate is responsible for implementing and conducting volunteer orientations, and is accountable for accomplishing departmental goals, maintaining consistent and open communication between staff and volunteers, answering requests of volunteers and assisting with the volunteer evaluation and recognition process. The Volunteer Services Associate supports all volunteer efforts as needed during SHS events. Must have strong communication skills and be able to motivate others. Must be very detail oriented, have good computer skills and be able to work independently. This is a part-time position at 24 hours per week.

    To be considered, please fill out an employment application and send us your resume along with a cover letter explaining how your skills and experience make you a good fit for this position (do not just send a resume). Applications may be faxed to (425) 747-2985, emailed to jobs@seattlehumane.org, mailed or delivered in person to: Seattle Humane Society, 13212 SE Eastgate Way, Bellevue, WA 98005. You can download and submit an employment application from our website http://www.seattlehumane.org (go to the jobs page) or pick up one from our campus in Bellevue. Applications accepted until position filled.

  47. Bridget Guerrero

    Rather than posting a job opportunity, I’d like to ADVERTISE for a phenomenal young woman who interned with us throughout 2014. Emily is a Lakeside grad, and now a Smith College student, skilled in journalism, graphic design, marketing and development. If you have an opportunity to hire a paid intern this summer, I recommend her! I have her resume, and would be happy to forward it to any of you who are interested. Here is her statement of intention for this coming summer:

    I would like to intern at a nonprofit in the Seattle area directly or indirectly combating social inequality. I am particularly interested in gaining experience with legislative and/or policy research and writing, especially in areas related to poverty, gender issues, the criminal justice system, and the education system. I’m fairly flexible and recognize the transferability of skills gained in other areas. I would also appreciate the opportunity to witness issues involved in nonprofit management. I’m eager and prepared to contribute in a variety of other ways, including through other forms of research and writing, the creation of promotional materials, social media outreach, direct volunteer recruitment, and whatever else is required.

  48. Amy Castaneda

    Volunteer Services Manager – Seattle Humane

    Seattle Humane Society has a terrific opportunity for a Volunteer Services Manager. The Volunteer Services Manager is responsible for implementing and monitoring Seattle Humane Society’s volunteer programs to best meet the needs of the organization and volunteers. The successful candidate will have excellent people management and proven leadership skills, the ability to be viewed as a motivator and leader and experience in developing staff and/or volunteers into a cohesive team while holding individuals and work units accountable for their results. We are also seeking someone with the ability to communicate skillfully and effectively with a culturally diverse staff, volunteers and community in a professional, pleasant, respectful, courteous and tactful manner at all time, who has good analytical skills, enjoys problem solving within existing resources and has good judgment and a professional manner. This is a full time position including some evening/weekend hours for meetings, orientations or events.

    To be considered, please fill out an employment application and send us your resume along with a cover letter explaining how your skills and experience make you a good fit for this position (do not just send a resume). Applications may be faxed to (425) 747-2985, emailed to jobs@seattlehumane.org, mailed or delivered in person to: Seattle Humane Society, 13212 SE Eastgate Way, Bellevue, WA 98005. You can download and submit an employment application from our website http://www.seattlehumane.org (go to the jobs page) or pick up one from our campus in Bellevue. Applications accepted until position filled.

  49. Steve Stewart

    Manager Volunteer Services
    Job Number:69083
    Schedule: Full-time (FTE: 1)
    Shift: Day

    Primary Location: Washington-Seattle
    Providence is calling a Manager Volunteer Services to Providence Senior Community Services Divisional Services at Providence Hospice of Seattle in Seattle, WA.

    This position provides leadership, direction and supervision of the Volunteer Services Program of the hospice service line. Duties include developing and implementing the goals of the program to meet regulatory standards, volunteer recruiting, training, volunteer support systems, management of Volunteer Services staff, and providing ongoing program evaluation to assure our patients receive supportive and appropriate services.

    This is a full-time, exempt position with benefits.
    In this position you will:
    •Oversee the recruitment, evaluation and retention of Hospice Volunteers to meet the established goals for volunteer participation and ensure compliance with Medicare, State and accreditation body standards for hospice volunteer services.
    •Develop the annual plan and goals for the Volunteer Services program; set the schedule of routine volunteer training sessions. Coordinate the planning, and enhancement of initiatives to increase utilization of volunteers
    •Manage Volunteer Services staff including: 1) Select, train, assign work, schedule, and manage staff performance 2) Provide support to Volunteer Services staff when need to resolve an unusual or complex issue 3)Facilitate Volunteer Services team meetings and strategic planning meetings
    •Ensure that activity and input of Patient Care Volunteers are appropriately represented at Interdisciplinary meetings (IDT).
    •Ensure regulatory compliance for the Volunteer Services program; develop policies and procedures pertaining to Volunteer Services in accordance with standard PSCS Hospice Ministries procedures, Medicare Conditions of Participation and other regulatory agencies.

    Required qualifications for this position include:
    •Bachelor’s Degree in management, health or social sciences related field or equivalent experience.
    •Minimum of three (3) years of health or social service management experience.
    •Extensive experience in recruiting, selecting, training and supporting and coordinating volunteers, preferably in health care setting and/or with hospice volunteers.
    •Current Washington State Driver’s license and automobile insurance.

    Preferred qualifications for this position include:
    •Minimum of two (2) years staff supervision experience.
    •Public speaking experience.

    About the ministry you will serve.

    Providence Hospice of Seattle is a not-for-profit, community-based hospice ministry serving patients in their places of residence throughout King County in Washington state. We provide comprehensive and compassionate physical, emotional, and spiritual care to adults and children nearing the end of their lives, including support for their families and friends. Our skilled and compassionate team includes nurses, medical social workers, home health aides, chaplains, occupational/physical therapists, medical directors, grief support counselors and volunteers.

  50. Erin Cox

    Title: Volunteer Engagement Manager
    Posting: https://foodlifeline.org/employment/volunteer-engagement-manager
    Organization: Food Lifeline
    Location: Shoreline until Summer 2015 and then moving to South Seattle – 99 & E. Marginal Way
    Summary:
    Food Lifeline is currently hiring a full time Volunteer Engagement Manager with responsibility for setting and implementing a strategy for the cultivation, development, and oversight of all of Food Lifeline’s volunteer program and its staff. The position develops and executes annual and long range plans for expanding the volunteer program and prioritizes projects and leverages technology to maximize efficiencies and highlight the importance of volunteers to our mission. The Volunteer Engagement Manager regularly communicates with Food Lifeline staff on how to best utilize volunteers and with external audiences on how to get involved.

  51. Janice Dilworth

    Volunteer Coordinator & Fall Prevention Lead – AmeriCorps – Seattle

    REPORTS TO: Director, PNA Village

    LOCATION: Greenwood Senior Center, 525 N 85th St, Seattle

    SUMMARY: The Phinney Neighborhood Association (PNA) is offering a Volunteer Coordinator & Fall Prevention Lead-AmeriCorps position, starting September 1, 2014, and extending through July 15, 2015. The Volunteer Coordinator, based at our site in North Seattle, engages a variety of community volunteers who contribute their time and talent to provide services to members in our Village. As the Fall Prevention Lead, you will be responsible for research, attending and completing Matter of Balance (MOB) training, delivery of classes to members, and assessing the efficacy of MOB classes.

    • Compensation: $1,155 monthly stipend, health insurance coverage, bus pass and $5,645 education award at completion
    • Dates: 9/1/2014 – 7/15/2015
    • Required: College graduate, age 18-25

    TO APPLY: Complete a profile on the AmeriCorps website, then complete position application. https://my.americorps.gov/mp/listing/viewListing.do?id=50862&fromSearch=true.

    CLOSING DATE: 7/15/2014

    A complete position description is listed at:
    http://www.phinneycenter.org/jobs/AmeriCorps_05_2014.pdf

  52. Patrick Tefft

    Job Title: Volunteer Coordinator

    Organization: City of Sammamish

    Position Summary: Plan, develop and manage the City’s volunteer program, including the development of goals, policies, procedures, and marketing. Major emphasis of the volunteer program is on outdoor volunteer programs, including park/trail stewardship, native plant projects and other restoration work in public areas. The work requires excellent communication and customer service skills due to considerable public contact.

    Job announcement/application link: https://apply.govjobstoday.com/JobAnnouncement.aspx?jid=3667

    Minimum Salary: $48,930.00 per year
    Maximum Salary: $66,964.00 per year
    Employment Type: Full Time
    Department: Parks & Recreation
    Closes: June 17, 2014 at 5:00 PM
    (Open to current employees and the general public.)

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