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Volunteer Project Manager

Are you looking for a position that allows you to give back and make a difference? Are you passionate about the environment, specifically the state of our oceans? Are you someone with knowledge or experience in volunteer project management?

Then we have the perfect position for you!

Who are we?

We are SeaCleanse, a 501(C)(3) non-profit founded in 2020 with the objective of reducing ocean waste and producing a cleaner, greener fuel at the same time. We are committed to cleaning up our oceans, ridding it of garbage and turning that waste into new, innovative forms of clean, sustainable energy. Using a range of advanced and environmentally-friendly methods of ocean restoration we are able to sustain our oceans and planet for future generations to enjoy, keeping the natural beauty of our oceans preserved.

We have an amazing team of dedicated, enthusiastic and driven people who help us build momentum and make a real difference to the world. Whether it be helping with our Pacific Ocean cleanup operations, working in a promotional capacity, or providing administrative support, we appreciate the difference they help us make.

Our most recent project is our sponsorship of a National Thanksgiving and Christmas Dinner in all 50 states. We want to bring people together and make a difference over the festive period to families and people across the nation. This is something we feel is especially important after the impact the global pandemic has had on our nation.

As such we are looking to bring on multiple Volunteer Project Managers to help coordinate all aspects of these special occasions.

What will you be doing?

As our Volunteer Project Manager you will hold overall responsibility over the national Thanksgiving and Christmas Dinners in your designated region. You will be the main point of coordination and will have a responsibility to oversee the sponsored events in your designated cities. You will be working with and leading a staff base made up of volunteers to ensure that the events run smoothly and provide a great experience to those involved. In order to accomplish this, you will be expected to spearhead all volunteer recruitment activities including: on boarding, orientation and placement duties as required. This position will also have immense responsibility ensuring adequate fundraising for the events.

Your duties and responsibilities will include the following;

  • Develop, build and maintain a formalized volunteer program
  • Embed good practice in volunteer coordination, training, motivation, recruitment, and safeguarding
  • Responsibility over volunteer recruitment, ensuring we have a wide mix of backgrounds and experience to meet the demands of the provided services
  • Create, develop, maintain and distribute volunteer program info packets, social media posts, job descriptions, and other relevant information
  • Act as the focal point of our network, connecting volunteers with the relevant staff and programs based on volunteer support needs
  • Be the first point of contact for any requests for volunteer opportunities and projects

What are we looking for?

We are looking for people who are enthusiastic, organized and who have a real passion for the goals of both the program and those of the wider organization. The ideal candidate will bring a good background of volunteer and project management to ensure the program's objectives and goals are met to the best possible degree.

  • Bachelor's degree in human services or business related subject, or 3 years relevant experience in social services (or similar)
  • Excellent written communication skills with demonstrable experience of written documents relevant to program management
  • Excellent interpersonal and networking skills and a track record of building rapport with both internal and external stakeholders
  • Highly proficient in Microsoft Office, especially Excel
  • Good social media and copywriting skills to ensure promotional materials are of the best quality, particular emphasis on Facebook
  • Demonstrable public speaking and presentation skills
  • Highly organized with a strong attention to detail
  • Able to manage competing deadlines and duties efficiently and effectively
  • Previous experience in the non-profit sector

This position will initially be a volunteer based role. This position also provides a real opportunity for you to make a difference and be part of an amazing program to give back after the effects of the global pandemic on the country.

If this is something you are interested in or you want to find out more information about the position or the program, then get in touch by emailing your cover letter and resume to Brian Cameron, President, SeaCleanse Incorporated at .

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1951 McConnor Parkway #59230, Schaumburg, IL 60159, US

Mission Statement

SeaCleanse is committed to removing marine waste from the oceans surrounding the U.S. and particularly the Great Pacific Garbage Patch located between Hawaii and California. We use advanced ocean-cleaning equipment to collect marine waste, transport it to zero-emission plants and convert it into clean-burning fuel. We strive to recover as much ocean waste as we can, using methods that have the smallest possible impact on the environment.


We collect ocean trash from the Great Pacific Garbage Patch, located between California and Hawaii. We sort and transport the waste to a zero-emission plant where it is cleaned, dried, and ground into small pellets. Using extremely high temperatures, the plant converts the pellets into clean-burning gas. The process creates excess heat, which is reused as a source of energy, and "Biochar", a form of charcoal that can be used in agriculture.

The collected debris is scooped up into a special compactor where it is compressed, shrink-wrapped, and stored in large bins. The barges then transport the collected waste to a zero-emission plant, which can process between 5,000 pounds and 80,000 tons of garbage. In keeping our commitment to a healthier planet, our methods of garbage extraction have the smallest possible environmental impact, utilizing natural forces such as wind, waves, currents, and renewable energy for heavy lifting.

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Multiple locations Washington, DC 20001



  • Business Development & Sales Management
  • Donor Management
  • Fundraising
  • Grant Writing / Research
  • Community Outreach
  • Resource Development / Management


  • People 55+
  • Group


  • Driver's License Needed
  • Must be at least 18
  • 35 Hours Plus
  • High School Diploma

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