Community Engagement Coordinator

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Last update: Aug 5, 2022 Last update: Aug 5, 2022


Deadline: Oct 4, 2022
Location: USA USA
Sectors: Civil Society & NGOs Civil Society & NGOs
Job type: Contract, 12 months +
English English
Work experience: From 1 years
Date posted: Aug 5, 2022


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The Community Engagement Coordinator is responsible for brokering RSTs relationship with valued volunteers. The Community Engagement Coordinator recruits, trains, and supports volunteers to have a rewarding experience while donating their valuable time to RST. The Community Engagement Coordinator will need to interface with different program supervisors in order to address each programs volunteer capacity needs. The Community Engagement Coordinator job is first and foremost responsible for to recruiting and integrating volunteers into the Reception and Placement, Matching Grant programs.

Recruit, train, orient, and supervise volunteers to assist with resettlement and other agency programs
Provide a regular new volunteer orientation to prospective volunteers including RST volunteer policies
Facilitate volunteer training to assist the volunteer be successful in achieving task delineated on the volunteer job description
Ensure volunteers assigned to a project/program/tasks experience a smooth hand off to agency support staff
Ensure sufficient volunteer capacity to assist with resettlement program needs: apartment set ups, including purchasing household goods, grocery shopping, and preparing apartments for newly arriving families; airport pick-ups; transportation to jobs or medical appointments, social security application
Conduct outreach to the community to increase visibility, develop relationships, generate donations, and strengthen partnerships to provide sustainable support to clients
Act as a liaison with community and faith-based groups who wish to aid incoming families through cash, in-kind, and mentoring support (i.e. Welcoming Committees)
Recruit and organize Welcoming Committees for newly arrived families; report all activity to the Resettlement Supervisor
Maintain volunteer files and tracking system of volunteer information and support; ensure that all relevant data on volunteer hours and donations has been accurately captured and recorded
Ensure completion of all donation reporting for the Matching Grant and USRAP programs
Prepare and submit monthly MG in-kind donation reports
Log and report on number of volunteers, number of volunteer activities, volunteer hours, volunteer project outcomes, donations, and/or cash contributions
Obtain feedback from volunteers on their experience using RST evaluation tools
Coordinate regular volunteer appreciation; engage creativity to acknowledge volunteers
Coordinate with local development and marking/communications staff regarding volunteer activities, exceptional volunteer performance, volunteers interested in donating to RST
Participate in webinar, agency, and national trainings as assigned

Complete all other job duties as directed

Bachelors Degree preferred
Excellent communication skills both verbal and written English, fluency in an additional language a significant plus.
Previous experience working in a position, for at least one year, that required public outreach, continual use of public speaking skills, and advocacy
Computer proficient including Microsoft Office applications (Word, Excel, and Outlook)
Valid Texas drivers license and minimum mandatory Texas automobile insurance coverage; Must have a car for frequent local travel