Aging in Community Volunteer Coordinator

Glen Ullin, ND
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Jan 11, 2021
Job Type
Full Time
Position Information

Aging in Community Volunteer Coordinator

Job Description

Position Type : Temporary, Part-time Position, 16-18 hours/week

Location: Morton County - Aging in Community (AIC) office (Glen Ullin)

Position Purpose :
Provide coordination and leadership of a volunteer program and resource hub for the AIC Project, which is a grant-funded initiative to assist rural communities in responding to the needs of their older residents and their family members.

Skills and Qualifications
  • Understanding of rural way of life and familiarity with the community
  • Compassion for older adults
  • Good communication and interpersonal skills
  • Good organizational and computer skills
  • Ability to work autonomously, yet function as part of the AIC Project Team
  • Leadership skills necessary to develop and expand the Volunteer Program and Resource Hub
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality
  • High School Diploma required, Associate or Bachelor's Degree preferred

  • Essential Functions
  • Develop, coordinate and facilitate volunteer transportation program
  • Promote the Aging in Community Project to area older adult groups (as potential clients) and civic organizations, churches and businesses (as potential volunteers and supporters)
  • Coordinate other volunteer program services (minor home repair, yard work, assistance with errands, friendly visits, commodities delivery, etc.)
  • Recruit new volunteers, conduct volunteer training and maintain liability information (background checks, release of liability forms, confidentiality forms, etc.)
  • Maintain client data (online scheduling calendar, client documentation software, volunteer records, mileage & hours, etc.)
  • Work with the AIC Project Team for volunteer appreciation throughout the year (birthday & holiday cards, etc.) and coordinate annual Volunteer Appreciation event/recognition
  • Network and collaborate with other service providers and community groups in meeting the needs of older community members
  • Act as a communication hub for resources available to area older adults
  • Arrange for educational opportunities, as needed

  • Please include within application if you are currently or have in the past 12 months been employed with NDSU, the North Dakota University System or any other North Dakota State agency. If so, include which agency/department, as well as your how many hours you work a week and in the past 12 months.

    Employment Eligibility

    NDSU determines employment eligibility through the E-Verify system: What is E-Verify? New employees to NDSU must present specific identification to determine their employment eligibility no later than their first day of work. To view the identification required, please see the List of Acceptable Documents . You will be required to have one item from List A OR one item from List B and List C.