Purpose The Onboarding Lead will manage a Biomedical Volunteer Workforce Engagement team who initiate a relationship with new volunteers to the department. The team engages with the volunteer by providing assignments matching their motivation and interests, while filling Biomedical open positions and meeting service delivery demands. The Onboarding Lead will ensure that all candidates are interviewed, placed in a position, receive department overview, and are introduced to their supervisor.
Supervise team responsible for onboarding volunteers to the biomedical department
Management of Opportunity Queue - Receive Referrals/Conduct Interviews/Approve volunteers
With Biomedical Volunteer Workforce Engagement Onboarding Team, develop and implement goals and objectives for volunteers as needed
Attend/lead relevant meetings and communicate pertinent information to appropriate partners
Serve as liaison between volunteers and employees
Identify, train and provide regular feedback to team members
Develop and review reports to detail team’s progress
Participate in the annual Volunteer Workforce Planning process
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.