Volunteer Consultant Specializing in Nonprofit Leadership

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Recruiting Organization: Empower Success Corps

Would you like to use your hard-earned business or nonprofit leadership skills to give back in a meaningful way to the community you care about? Interested in being a part of a network of more than 175 trained consultants with lifelong skills and distinguished management careers?

Empower Success Corps (ESC), a nonprofit organization, seeks seasoned nonprofit leadership professionals for high-impact, skills-based volunteer opportunities.

ESC provides valuable management consulting and capacity building services to nonprofits across New England. By matching nonprofits with high-caliber, volunteer consultants, ESC helps organizations operate more effectively to better meet the needs of their communities.

Experience:

• Over 20 years of experience in business, nonprofit, government or academic sectors

• Experience in leadership training, coaching, strategic planning or past experience as an executive director

• History of involvement with nonprofits as a board member or volunteer preferable

Availability:

• Commitment to 1-2 projects per year

• Able to do occasional travel to client’s location at times that fit client’s needs

• Attendance at ESC training courses and seminars

Skills:

• Analysis and critical thinking: able to effectively analyze situations and think strategically

• Versatility: work well with diverse groups of people and types of nonprofits

• Strong communication skills: active listening, writing, speaking and presenting

• Passion: genuine interest in helping nonprofits succeed

• Computer skills: email and Word required; PowerPoint helpful

What You Gain by Volunteering for ESC:

• Use knowledge, skills and wisdom you have gained throughout your career to help New England nonprofits.

• Collaborate and connect with inspiring, like-minded people who are motivated by the satisfaction of creating lasting change.

• Impact a broad array of nonprofit organizations versus volunteering for just one or two.

• Enhance lifelong learning experiences through professional training and challenging engagements.

• Receive a deep sense of fulfillment from contributing to a dynamic professional organization that helps New England nonprofits achieve their missions.

• Make a difference in your community within a flexible, part-time schedule.

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About Idealist.org

Location:

389 5th Ave, 9th Floor, New York, NY 11109, US

Mission Statement

To bridge the gap between intention and action in order to bring about social impact.

Description

Idealist is a leading online global resource for finding jobs in the nonprofit sector, as well as volunteer opportunities and graduate school programs for social impact.

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176 Federal StreetSuite 5CBoston, MA 02110

(42.3535,-71.05576)
 

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  • PART_TIME

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