Are you an incredibly organized go-getter? Do you draw energy from coordinating resources and keeping a close eye on details? Would you jump at the chance to lead a team of people who will help more dogs and cats? If this sounds like you, we have a perfect volunteer opportunity for you! We’re looking for a qualified Lead Supplies Coordinator to join our volunteer family.
This volunteer will:
Manage an inventory system to track current supplies and incoming donations across locations
Oversee all steps of the supply coordination process, including (but not limited to):
Coordinating donation pick up and drop offs
Maintaining the supply storage unit
Updating HEA’s wish list
Writing thank you notes
Provide leadership to a team of volunteers who will help execute supply coordination efforts
Maintain various relationships, including:
Corporate-level relationships with donation suppliers
External partnerships with donation recipients
Communicate regularly with HEA staff and lead volunteers to ensure supply needs are being met across the organization
This person is:
An energy-giver who loves to coach others (and has demonstrated an ability to do just that!)
Obsessed with details and wildly organized
A fantastic communicator that loves to connect with others
Capable of repeatedly lifting 50+ lbs
Able to travel to the Sanctuary in Marion on occasion
Reports to: HEA’s Project & Process Leader
Commitment: The initial time commitment for this opportunity will require approximately 6-8 hours per week as we get a team up and running. Once this team is in place, we expect this opportunity to require approximately 3-5 hours per week (with some weeks requiring more and some weeks requiring less).
If you are interested in filling this role, please email Sarah Luna at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include a short letter about why you’d be an amazing fit for this role!
To create a world where the life of every companion animal matters...Every.Single.One.
The mission follows the vision - To provide a loving home to every companion animal that enters our care. Lifetime guaranteed.
The pillars of our work are simple:
In our brief 12 year history, HEA has found forever homes for nearly 4,000 dogs and cats, spayed/neutered thousands more, and provided rehabilitation and sanctuary care to hundreds of others that would have become statistics had they not found the love and compassion of HEA's staff and volunteers.