The Volunteer Coordinator works 8 – 12 hours per week (average 10) when school is in session. The Volunteer Coordinator will manage student volunteers responsible for completing tasks related to four topic areas:
- Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drug Issues
- Physical Well-Being
- Sexual Well-Being
- Mental Well-Being
- Teaching Kitchen
Volunteer Coordinator Position Duties
The Volunteer Coordinator will be responsible for managing the Volunteer Internship Program. This includes but is not limited to training, directing and evaluating direct reports. The position will coordinate with SHCS Staff, campus partners and community partners to manage a variety of project requests, ensuring the successful planning, implementation and evaluation of SHCS’ and partners’ initiatives. Initiatives include events, research, environmental scanning and other special projects that help fulfill HEP’s mission: Health Education and Promotion uses a health equity lens to foster environments, institutional practices and a campus culture that promote student well-being and academic success.
We are seeking students with the following skills, knowledge and abilities:
- Graduate level student, though fully qualified undergraduate students will be considered
- Ability to work autonomously with limited supervision
- Ability to work across multiple teams and take direction from several staff members
- Satisfactory academic standing
- Strong project management skills
- Strong organization skills, with attention to detail
- Strong oral and written communication skills
- Demonstrated working knowledge of Microsoft Office and Google Suite
- Supervisory experience
- Group facilitation skills
- Experience planning team-building activities, retreats, events, etc.
- Strong interpersonal skills and a love for working with people
- Students who have demonstrated experience in campus involvement
Medical Clearance Requirement - Since this position is located at a health facility, all employees are required to participate in preventive medical and monitoring programs, which include a physical exam, hearing test, blood test and TB screening and may also include immunizations. These screenings are provided to meet Federal, State and University requirements.
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