Join our fun and active Volunteer Committee as we help the Beaverton Downtown Association make a difference in Historic Downtown Beaverton.
Role Description The Check-Ins Coordinator will coordinate a regular (quarterly or twice yearly) check-in with our volunteer base! This means the Coordinator will organize a small group of volunteers to send Slack messages (and sometimes make calls) to current BDA volunteers, often participating in the check-ins too. Don’t fret: there is an easy-to-follow plan that outlines how these check-ins will occur that ends in a group meeting to chat about common themes in the feedback. And we value your input; you’ll be able to suggest modifications to the process based on your experience. This role will support the Engagement Director in showing volunteers they are valued, ensuring volunteers are in the right roles, and raising their concerns within the organization to continually improve. The Check-Ins Coordinator will be expected to write up a 1-2 page summary report of how the check-ins go to share back to the Executive Director and the Board, including stats on how many people were contacted, themes, etc. Benefits of this role, skill to gain, fun parts The Check-Ins Coordinator gets to interact with some great people! This person has the chance to motivate and guide a small crew in a highly collaborative team environment. This team will in turn touch base with a group of community-oriented people who dedicate their free time toward the BDA! The person in this role will get to use and develop their communication, leadership, coordination, and report writing skills.
The BDA's mission is to promote the preservation, history, culture, architecture, and public use of Beaverton's traditional downtown area.
We seek to enhance our community identity and foster a center of activity and economic vitality for the heart of Beaverton. We do this through four primary points of emphasis
1) Promotion: Planning events that draw people in to downtown and promoting how exciting Beaverton really is. We are not a suburb! 2) Design: Improving the design of our downtown community. 3) Economic Vitality: Supporting local business growth, expansion, and recruitment. 4) Organizational Health: Fundraising, developing partnerships, and supporting a strong organization through internal processes.
We'll work with your schedule.
This is a Virtual Opportunity, with no fixed address.
October 26, 2020
Microsoft Office Suite
Must be at least 18
Orientation or Training
10 hours every 3-6 months
This role could be ongoing or termed - someone could sign on to do it termed and continue on if they enjoy it.