Job Board

Program Activities and Volunteer Coordinator     

Description: The Coordinator will focus on creating and implementing activities, workshops and other avenues for supporting Moms and Alumnae moms that Maggie's Place serves, as well as coordinate volunteers for the community.

Qualifications: Strong work ethic, organizational skills and attention to detail; Positive, welcoming, and hospitable; Event planning experience; Knowledge of community resources in the Phoenix area; Experience working with or serving the population we serve; Ability to work independently and creatively. 


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Office Administrator/Volunteer Coordinator



Description: This position provides administrative and fundraising support for the Northwest Region. The position assists the Regional Director in tracking Board and donor information, performs administrative tasks, coordinates organization of office, assists in special events and outreach programs, and acts as the primary contact for local office volunteers. 


Qualifications: Experience with donor databases and running reports; Experience with Salesforce highly preferred; Comfortable performing monthly reconciliations between donor database and bank statements; Technically adept; Understanding of MS Office; Ability to learn new software; Attention to detail and timelines.


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Seattle JV Encore Coordinator 

Jesuit Volunteer Corps Northwest


Description: Jesuit Volunteer (JV) EnCorps, a recent program of JVC Northwest, facilitates transformative opportunities for value-centered service, community and spiritual formation for older adults committed to social and ecological justice.  To lead the Seattle program as the Program Coordinator, JV EnCorps is seeking a person with a commitment to the mission and values of the program as well as excitement and ease with being a part of a pioneering initiative.

Qualifications: Someone with professional and spiritual maturity, exceptional organizational and interpersonal skills as well as a collaborative leadership style would be a compelling candidate.  As the generation of Baby Boomers retires, many desire deeply to give back.

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Executive Director/Community Leader 

L'Arche Spokane

Description : L'Arche Spokane is seeking an Executive Director/Community Leader. This person is responsible for ensuring that the community lives the values of L'Arche in line with the Identity and Mission statement and in faithfulness to the Charter of the Communities of L'Arche. He/she sees that the needs of the people with intellectual and developmental disabilities are met and that their gifts and place are promoted in the community and in the wider local environment. He/she will lead the community operationally in order to meet the financial, legal and quality standards expected from the local, state and national authorities.


Qualifications: Demonstrated leadership and non-profit management experience. Ability and willingness to work collaboratively with others at all levels, including leaders and board of directors. Proven fund-raiser. Clear effective communicator and an attentive listener. Strong computer proficiency skills including knowledge of QuickBooks and MS Office (Word, Excel, Publisher, Outlook). Person of faith and hope with a discerning spirit grounded in the vision, values and mission of L'Arche.organizing methods. Understanding of church structure at local, regional, national and international levels. Bilingual in Spanish and English required. Knowledge and experience of L'Arche. 


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Volunteer Coordinator  

Loretto Volunteer Program


DescriptionThe Coordinator directs planning, implementation and evaluation of all aspects of the program, including: volunteer formation/support, volunteer recruitment, placement relationships, AmeriCorps grant management and program budget. The Coordinator ensures that the program stays consistent with the inclusive, social justice values of the Loretto Community and collaborates with the Assistant Coordinator in St. Louis. 


Qualifications: Bachelor's degree; Program administration, supervision or management experience; Experience in social justice work, organizing, social services and/or campus ministry, preferably with experience facilitating discussion or mentoring; Commitment to  program values [community, social justice, simple living, spirituality]; Excellent interpersonal and writing skills; Valid driver's license and automobile.  


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