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The Eiteljorg Museum is currently doing an employment search to fill the position of Volunteer Coordinator.
The position is a full time position with benefits, starting at $30,000. There is the potential of growth in this position, with the right person in the job.
They are looking for an enthusiastic people person with excellent communication skills who will establish positive interactions with the volunteers, staff and the community.
The right candidate will also have a strong appreciation of diversity and a commitment to fulfilling the museum’s goals for diversity, inclusion and accessibility.
The Volunteer Coordinator works with all departments to meet the volunteer needs throughout the museum. They will also represent the museum and their volunteer program out in the community.
Strong organizational skills and attention to detail will help maintain the database, recruiting, training, placing and scheduling our guides and volunteers.
Please send resumes/applications to firstname.lastname@example.org, FAX (317) 275-1430, or mail to Lezlie Laxton, Eiteljorg Museum, 500 W Washington St, Indianapolis, IN 46204
JOB TITLE: Volunteer Coordinator
REPORTING RELATIONSHIP: Director Human Resources
EMPLOYEES SUPERVISED: N/A
A. Consult with all museum departments to identify and evaluate volunteer and intern needs and
B. Continually identify and develop strategic partnerships with community organizations, universities,
service organizations and corporate volunteer groups by developing a diverse and innovative
volunteer recruitment program to fit the museum’s increasing volunteer needs. Develop Web-based
volunteer recruitment efforts and presence in conjunction with museum communications
C. Process volunteer applications, background checks, and orientation for new volunteers and interns.
Place volunteers for all museum programs, festivals and special events such as Indian Market and
Festival, Jingle Rails, and Quest for the West. Work with the Public Programs Department to recruit
and place new guides for annual training. Provide continued training as needed for events and
D. Manage volunteer database; electronically prepare reports and schedules for distribution for all
volunteer assignments. Develop and regularly review all volunteer procedures and policies. Design
and maintain a volunteer management operations manual and all printed and electronic materials
for use by volunteers and museum staff.
E. Design and implement a museum consolidated internship program while assisting museum staff
with recruitment, onboarding and training.
F. Manage Speakers Bureau program including taking requests from the community and scheduling
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