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West End San Bernardino/Pomona Valley

Jul 11 2017

Volunteer Coordinator

Foothill Family Shelter - Upland

Basic Functions: The Foothill Family Shelter could not operate without volunteers, and the Volunteer Coordinator is the primary contact with, and recruiter of, volunteers for services across the agency. Under general supervision, the Volunteer Coordinator implements and oversees all aspects of the volunteer program at Foothill Family Shelter, including the Help Desk, food pantry/clothing closet, Harold Cares parenting class, food drives, special events, family and children’s activities and thrift store. The Volunteer Coordinator is also responsible for accepting incoming donations and dispersing accordingly.Typical Responsibilities Include: • Identify, recruit and retain volunteers, including creating & maintain an up-to-date database • Create a volunteer recognition program, including the planning and execution of an annual recognition event• Offer regular volunteer orientations match volunteers to the appropriate work site, event (internal & external); follow up to ensure that volunteers are placed and working• Oversee volunteers, tracking activities and hours served, and be the go-to person for volunteers and potential volunteers• Plan, direct, and supervise the activities of all volunteers who serve in all capacities in the FFS front office, common room, and food pantry; • Work collectively with the Thrift Store Supervisor and identify, recruit and refer volunteers• Schedule volunteers to operate the Help Desk and food pantry shifts.• Communicate with all agency personnel regarding the need for volunteers.• Develop a network of volunteers and potential volunteers: schools, service clubs, youth clubs, churches, seniors and retired persons, businesses, other non-profit organizations, etc. Identify key contacts in each organization or group who may be contacted for rapid mobilization of volunteers.• Collect email address for Constant Contact• Create Facebook posts reporting successes, business/group involvement and donations • Working with FFS staff, develop a calendar of volunteer opportunities and needs • Provide written (email) confirmations to volunteers of their upcoming service dates, and written (email or hard copy) thank you notes for their service. Information should be shared and the Co-Executive Directors will assist with this.• Supervise the common room and food pantry assuring a neat, clean, safe, and workmanlike environment at all times.• Provide limited outside representation at events, volunteer fairs, and other community events • Other duties as assigned...

Jun 18 2017

SolarCorps Construction Fellow

GRID Alternatives - Riverside

GRID Alternatives SolarCorps Fellowship Program SolarCorps Construction Fellow Mission GRID Alternatives has a mission to make renewable energy technology and job training available to underserved communities. About GRID Alternatives GRID Alternatives is the country’s largest nonprofit solar installer. GRID is an entrepreneurial, high-growth non-profit organization that provides renewable energy and energy efficiency services to low-income families. Through its flagship Solar Affordable Housing Program, GRID trains and leads teams of volunteers and job trainees to install solar electric systems for low-income families and affordable housing providers, providing long-term savings for the people who need them the most. In turn, low-income families are able to use their long-term savings to pay for basic expenses, and expand their economic opportunity by employing the skills and training they gained through GRID’s workforce development programs, in the growing field of solar installation. GRID’s vision is a successful transition to clean, renewable energy that includes everyone. Based in Oakland, California, GRID has ten regional offices and affiliates serving all of California, Colorado, New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Washington D.C., Virginia, Maryland, and Delaware; GRID also has staff on the ground in Nicaragua. GRID has a dedicated staff of 330 and growing! About the SolarCorps Fellowship Program: GRID Alternatives’ SolarCorps Fellowship Program is an opportunity for highly motivated and enthusiastic people to join GRID Alternatives for thirteen months. Fellows will gain valuable experience in the solar and non-profit industry to help launch their career while making significant contributions to GRID Alternatives and the broader community. The SolarCorps Fellowship Program is funded in part by AmeriCorps. SolarCorps Fellows will begin work on August 28, 2017. The SolarCorps Fellowship experience includes self-paced career development opportunities, training opportunities, as well as the opportunity for cross-regional collaboration with other SolarCorps Fellows at several GRID Alternatives training events. Roles and Responsibilities: Job duties: -Assist Construction staff in staging, loading, and unloading equipment, including packing and unpacking parts, boxes, and bins from trucks before and after installation projects. -Assist Construction staff with maintaining warehouse inventory, tool management, and organization. -Help receive equipment pickups and deliveries. -Assist Construction staff at solar installations. -Conduct site visits to screen potential sites for solar access and safety issues. -Train and lead volunteers on solar installations. -Participate in activities associated with National Days of Service. -Other job duties as assigned: may include office administrative work, data entry, file management, answering homeowner and volunteer questions, talking to media and generally participating in activities necessary to serve GRID’s clients. Mandatory Program training: -Weeklong Orientation in Oakland, CA. -Mid-year SolarCorps Fellowship Training Retreat. -All company Staff Summit (GRID Alternatives’ annual staff conference). -Monthly SolarCorps training calls/online collaboration. Work schedule: -Fellows are expected to work approximately 40-43 hours a week (AmeriCorps has a service requirement of 1700 hours in 10.5 months). -Some positions require weekend and evening work. Office Location: Riverside, CA Compensation and benefits: -A living stipend of $25,060 for the first 10.5 months. -Health and dental insurance. -Professional development opportunities. -Time off. -Segal AmeriCorps Education award of $5,775 upon successful completion of fellowship. -Hourly wage of $15 per hour for 2.5 months. ...

Jun 16 2017

Logistics & Warehouse Coordinator

Inland Empire United Way - Rancho Cucamonga

Inland Empire United Way is a leading nonprofit organization devoted to strengthening the Inland Empire by investing in the lives and futures of those in need. By operating several direct service programs and collaborating with a network of strong community partners, IEUW seeks to build brighter futures for youth and families in the areas of education, health, and financial stability. IEUW seeks talented, motivated team members who are passionate about improving our community and who are looking to be part of a dynamic team working to make EPIC changes in the Inland Empire. Program Description Inland Empire United Way’s Community Programs Department develops, implements and manages programs meeting IEUW’s community impact goals in the areas of education, health and financial stability as well as increasing the capacity of local nonprofits through volunteerism. This work is accomplished through United Way-managed programs provided in partnership with local companies, schools, community organizations and volunteers as well as through an annual competitive grant-making process to local community partners. Programs include IEUW’s School Tools, Kids Pack, Launch Point, and ieVolunteers. Position Overview The Logistics and Warehouse Coordinator coordinates the pick-up and delivery of IEUW program supplies. This position also requires maintaining the warehouse, product inventory, and provides general support to help facilitate IEUW-managed programs. This full-time, non-exempt position reports to the Director of Community Programs. Essential Functions 80% • Develop, maintain, and update systems for the general operation of the School Tools and ieVolunteers warehouses, including receiving product, sorting/categorizing product, product valuation and inventory tracking • Supervise the inventory process and annual physical inventory by providing inventory counts for donated product; meet with and submit monthly inventory reports to the Director of Finance; provide monthly and annual reporting • Pick-up, load, deliver, and unload program supplies and donations • Create and maintain product locations for the warehouses • Coordinate vehicle maintenance and usage • Manage freight arrangements for large and/or long distance donations • Coordinate distribution of surplus product to community partners • Work with community volunteers on warehouse/inventory projects • Ensure that facilities are clean, organized, and safe for program operations • Complete approved community-building tasks that are necessary to further the mission of the department and the overall organization • Administer necessary audit approvals in order to pass yearly inspections • Successfully maintain performance parameters and improve skills through various means Secondary Functions 20% • Coordinate IEUW vehicle maintenance • Assist with general IEUW facility maintenance • Aid in establishing and ensuring the continuation of positive and effective relations with program partners • Participate in IEUW Safety Committee • Maintain required paperwork in an updated, organized and properly filed manner • Other duties as assigned ...