Familiar with human resource information systems? Be a department Volunteer Connection Lead!
American Red Cross of Nebraska-Iowa Region
Every single day, the American Red Cross helps people in emergencies. Whether its one displaced family, thousands of disaster victims, or providing care and comfort to an ill or injured service member or veteran; Providing lifesaving blood to our communities, our vital work is made possible by people like you. It is through the time and care of ordinary people that we can do extraordinary things.
Currently we need individuals familiar with Relationship Management Software and/or Human Resource Information Systems experience, who are interested in becoming familiar with the Red Cross’s volunteer connection (volunteer management system). Similar to a donor database, volunteer management tools equip you with the tools to track volunteer information, including engagement history, contact information, and more.
A Volunteer Connection Lead works to oversee the utilization and access of Volunteer Connection, works and Supports departments of interest, in their knowledge and understanding of Volunteer Connection.
* Provide expert support and guidance in how to use Volunteer Connection
* Establish an ongoing Volunteer Connection training calendar
* Conduct Volunteer Connection training, using official American Red Cross
training materials for volunteers and volunteer supervisors
* Serve as a Volunteer Connection expert
We'll provide the training, you provide your knowledge and desire to help others!
About American Red Cross of Nebraska-Iowa Region
2912 S 80th Ave, Omaha, NE 68124, US
Mission Statement: The American Red Cross prevents and alleviates human suffering in the face of emergencies by mobilizing the power of volunteers and the generosity of donors. Vision Statement The American Red Cross, through its strong network of volunteers, donors and partners, is always there in times of need. We aspire to turn compassion into action so that... ...all people affected by disaster across the country and around the world receive care, shelter and hope; ...our communities are ready and prepared for disasters; ...everyone in our country has access to safe, lifesaving blood and blood products; ...all members of our armed services and their families find support and comfort whenever needed; and ...in an emergency, there are always trained individuals nearby, ready to use their Red Cross skills to save lives.
Since our founding by Clara Barton on May 21, 1881, the American Red Cross has been dedicated to serving people in need. We received our first congressional charter in 1900 and to this day we are tasked by the federal government with providing services to members of the American armed forces and their families as well as providing disaster relief in the United States and around the world.
Today, as throughout our long history, the Red Cross depends on generous contributions of time, blood, and money from the American public to support our lifesaving services and programs.