Talent Coordinator, Talent Management Group (Volunteer)
Translation Commons is looking for a creative and motivated person to take up the volunteer position of Talent Coordinator. This is a great opportunity for you to contribute to an international volunteer organization and to share your expertise.
The Talent Coordinator will be the first contact for new volunteers joining Translation Commons. Within the responsibilities are: welcoming the volunteers, onboarding, giving advice as well as listening to the volunteers' visions and goals, guiding them to the right group so they can pursue their career goals.
Through this position, you will learn the inner workings of the Talent department of a non-profit organization focused on languages. This role will help you pursue careers in People and Vendor Management and HR.
This is a volunteer and remote opportunity.
Manage TC volunteer signups through Master Volunteer sheet;
As the first TC contact to applicants, coordinate Meet & Greet meetings;
Manage the allocation of both new and ongoing volunteers to Groups;
Monitor volunteer status (active or inactive) and redirect volunteers from inactive to active groups (coordinates with Engagement Group), update Master Volunteer Spreadsheet;
Answer questions and resolve problems, requests, and issues from volunteers;
We are looking for individuals with the following qualifications:
Ability to motivate and inspire volunteers;
Strong organization skills;
Ability to identify problems and to use creativity and initiative to solve them;
Strong communication and people skills;
Weekly commitment of at least 5 hours per week.
Please visit our website to apply. After applying, the candidate will be asked to participate in a short online interview.
19800 VALLCO PKWY UNIT 422, CUPERTINO, CA 95014, US
We believe in the power of language to... - share knowledge and sustain cultures, - change the lives of our volunteers, - provide professional opportunities.
Translation Commons is a non-profit volunteer community of language lovers, professionals and technologists. We provide a roadmap and create resources for a digital ecosystem where all languages have equal access and speakers can pursue educational, cultural and economic opportunities. We are partners to the International Year of Indigenous Languages, a UNESCO initiative, and are creating resources for the International Decade of Indigenous Languages, 2022-2032, making language rights a reality for all people! Our Language Digitization Initiative is enabling many languages to get their script online and partake to digital opportunities. Our volunteers are the heart and soul of our community. Their passion for language and their expertise in technology are the cornerstones of all our initiatives. Our activities are centered around career paths that volunteers can engage, experience and practice. Our platform offers over 40 free language related tools. Our courses and resources include a variety of language topics, all created by our volunteers. Our Covid-19 poster-maker is translated in over 350 languages and for the majority of these communities, our poster is the only Covid-19 information available in their language. Our volunteers also offer their help to other organizations responding to the Covid-19 crisis.
Education & Literacy
We'll work with your schedule.
This is a Virtual Opportunity, with no fixed address.