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CCSWW Volunteer Coordinator 2 - New Bethlehem Place in Kirkland, Washington

$17.83 to $18.90 per hour DOE. This is a full-time position with excellent benefits and geneorus paid leave.


New Bethlehem Place provides 24/7 enhanced shelter, day center, and supportive services to families experiencing homelessness.


This a multi-faceted position responsible for the coordination and stewardship of New Bethlehem Place’s volunteer base. The primary responsibilities of this position, includes activity coordination, serve as a point of contact, mentor, train, and lead volunteers. The volunteer base includes over 400 people.

Ensure a strong and vibrant Volunteer Program

  • Recruit, train, retain, and supervise volunteers for the program

  • Manage the volunteer calendar, which includes shift and meals sign-ups; work with website manager to keep content current.

  • Manage and work with the Volunteer Committee, which oversees community engagement, activities, and events. This position will supervise several part-time volunteers, who work up to 15 hours per week, including the Supplies Manager, Kitchen Manager, and Children’s Playtime Volunteer team.

  • Lead Monthly Volunteer Orientations.

  • Review volunteers’ performance and provide reviews and feedback.

  • Give presentations at partner locations and organize events dedicated to recruitment and retention of volunteers.

  • Work closely with program staff and fund development team on providing program updates and changes to volunteer opportunities, protocols, and procedures.

Fund Development Support and Communications

  • Collaborate with program leadership and external consultant, in managing responsibilities related to fundraising and special events.

  • Build and maintain good relationships with in-kind donor partners in the community.

  • Organize in-kind donations and work with volunteers to coordinate supplies and control inventory, including purchasing supplies.

  • Work with partner parishes, faith-based groups, community organizations, and program leadership on evolving opportunities and projects.

  • Manage gift card donations and distribution for clients and program operations.

Manage Volunteer Applications

  • Manage volunteer paperwork, facilitate application approval, and complete background checks.

Fiscal responsibility

  • Complete and submit monthly credit card reconciliations

  • Monitor invoices/statements from vendors for accurate billing. Then prepare Accounts Payable (check request) documentation for Program Director approval

  • Responsible for in house program assets, i.e., bus tickets, Zoo pass’s ECT. Processing monthly bus ticket reports and others as needed.

Program Van Maintenance

  • Ensure the program van is in good working condition, including insurance, registration, routine maintenance, and fueling.

  • AA Degree or at least one year similar work experience.

  • Ability to foster an environment which honors and supports anti-racism, diversity, and commitment to treating others with dignity and respect.

  • Strong organizational and time-management skills.

  • Basic knowledge and experience working with computers, especially Microsoft Office.

  • Strong interpersonal skills; ability to relate well to staff, residents, and volunteers.

  • Valid Washington State driver’s license or ability to get one with 60 days.

  • Ability to work within the mission, goals and objectives of Catholic Community Services.

ID: 2020-4807

External Company Name: CCSWW

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Street: 11920 NE 80th St