Volunteer with NACA - National Position Detail

Overview

The individuals who work with the National Volunteer Development Coordinator make up the team that moves NACA forward in forming sound volunteer management practices.

Specific Responsibilities

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.
Training
Develop, maintain and assess skills based training for volunteers (ie. volunteer supervision, effective long-distance communication, agenda creation, etc.) as deemed appropriate.
Ensure that a schedule of training for position specific responsibilities is established for all volunteer roles requiring such training.
Work with Chair-Elect, VCP, RVDCs, Institute Series Coordinator and NACA office to establish a timeline for volunteer training at various times of the year (i.e. summer meetings, regional conferences/national conventions, etc.).
Ensure that volunteer documents and manuals are kept up-to-date and are readily available to appropriate volunteers.
Provide guidance to RVDC’s and RCPC Chairs on continual training and development of their volunteers through on-site meetings and conference calls.
Encourage connections to Board Members and other NVDT Members as resources and possible presenters for such trainings.
Work with NVDC and other NVDC Team members to identify needs to support volunteer training and development, including technology and financial resources.


Qualifications

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 preferred.
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.).


Association Support

N/A


Term of Service

Two years
May 1st – April 30th


Supervision Received

The Assistant National Volunteer Development Coordinators will report to the National Volunteer Development Coordinator.


Supervision Exercised

The Assistant National Volunteer Development Coordinator will supervise assigned volunteer committees and or workgroups.


NACA Office Liaison

Coordinator of Volunteer Leadership Services