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Volunteer Coordinator

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POLICE AND FIRE: THE FALLEN HEROES

Typical duties, including recruiting, interviewing, supervising and training volunteers. Coordinators typically schedule volunteers for ongoing tasks as well as for staffing events. Organizing and promoting events is another responsibility that many organizations assign to the volunteer coordinator.

The volunteer coordinator is responsible for tracking volunteer hours and managing award programs. Since volunteers are not paid, tracking a volunteer’s time with the organization is important, and allows the organization to recognize the person with certificates or other mementos. This plays an important role in recruiting and retaining good volunteers. Other volunteer coordinator duties and responsibilities include:

  • Periodic evaluation of volunteers.

  • Planning and organizing events, including site selection, logistical arrangements, purchasing supplies, promoting events, scheduling and being the primary point of contact for the event.

  • Fundraising.

  • Community outreach activities.

  • Managing the volunteer database.

  • Other administrative and management duties as assigned.

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About POLICE AND FIRE: THE FALLEN HEROES

Location:

1555 BOTELHO DR, Suite 133, WALNUT CREEK, CA 94596, US

Mission Statement

Our families and communities are safe because of the sacrifices made by first responders and their families. We honor Peace Officers and Firefighters who make the ultimate sacrifice during the performance of their duties and offer lasting emotional and financial support to the families and agencies left behind.

Description

Founded in July of 2009 upon the death of four Oakland Police Officers killed on March 21, 2009, from a lone gunman. Since that time we have grown into an organization that provides support and services to the families and agencies of both Law Enforcement and Fire Service that have had a member die in the line of duty while protecting his / her community.

Advocacy & Human Rights
Board Development
Community

WHEN

We'll work with your schedule.

WHERE

This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.

SKILLS

  • Office Management
  • Administrative Support
  • Customer Service
  • Program Management
  • Business Development
  • Management

GOOD FOR

N/A

REQUIREMENTS

  • Background Check

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