Manager, Volunteer Services
Employment Type: Full-Time
Reporting to the Vice President, Foundation, this position is responsible for the overall coordination of the Saint Agnes Volunteer program. This includes identifying and implementing opportunities for growth within the program. This also includes establishing effective processes and systems for planning, tracking and reporting Guild activities and events, evaluating and presenting results, managing the Guild's financial activities and conducting an annual audit - all in conjunction with the Saint Agnes Service Guild Board of Directors. This position will work closely with the Service Guild Board to ensure the efficient operation of the Gift Shop, instituting policies and procedures to effectively facilitate sales that result in a positive bottom line for donations back to the hospital. This position is also responsible for maintaining accurate volunteer records to ensure volunteers are in compliance with The Joint Commission (TJC) and Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) required regulations.
1. Bachelor's Degree is required, as well as a minimum five (5) years of increasingly responsible experience which demonstrates proficiency in the skills and knowledge required to perform the job.
2. Five (5) years' experience in fundraising & working within a volunteer program is required. Experience must also include an understanding of the characteristics, needs and interests of the 55+ population and high school students.
3. Proficiency in various computer applications including Microsoft Word, Excel and Power Point is required. Experience in accounting and bookkeeping principles is also required. Knowledge and experience with the program QuickBooks are preferred.
4. Flexibility to occasionally work evening, early mornings or weekends is required. 5. Attention to detail and organizational skills are required. Skilled communicator with interpersonal and written communications is strongly preferred.
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