- Category: National Volunteer Positions
Monday, May 21, 2018
The individuals who work with the National Volunteer Development Coordinator make up the team that moves NACA forward in forming sound volunteer management practices.
Actively assists in the recruitment of volunteers for all roles within the Association.
Encourages the recruitment and selection of volunteers from among new members and underrepresented ethnicities.
Ensures that recruitment and selection processes are fair and consistent for all Association volunteer roles.
Volunteers selected for this role will oversee one or more of the following areas of responsibility in coordination with the National Volunteer Development Coordinator: Training, Recognition, Evaluation & Feedback, Recruitment & Selection, and Marketing.
Recruitment and Selection
Provide a structured timeline for recruitment that balances the needs of current leadership, Office staff, and future volunteers. Maintain a catalog of volunteer opportunities for recruitment and selection. This could be a part of the volunteer manual and should be available on the NACA website.
Establish ongoing working relationship with the RVDCs. Develop a recruitment plan for increasing the number of applications for RCPC openings.
Work with the NACA office to review current volunteer recruitment marketing pieces; timeline for development; method of dissemination; etc.
Ensure the application and selection processes are relevant, fair and transparent to all volunteers involved. Provide strategies for conducting an effective process and engaging those not selected for positions through the process.
Provide training and documentation to outline the appropriate process for selection and notification of positions. Develop strategies and gather best practices for providing personalized notification and communication of selection
Must be a full-time staff member at a current member institution; NACA membership must remain current throughout term of office.
Experience on the NACA Board of Directors is preferred but not required.
Must have approval from and support of their institution prior to the applying for the position (note: support is defined as financial as well as time of the office, etc.).
Term of Service
May 1st – April 30th
The Assistant National Volunteer Development Coordinators will report to the National Volunteer Development Coordinator.
The Assistant National Volunteer Development Coordinator will supervise assigned volunteer committees and or workgroups.
NACA Office Liaison
Coordinator of Volunteer Leadership Services