Volunteer and Development Coordinator Job Details
Job Type: Full-time
Atlanta, GA • Resource Development
Overview: Atlanta Habitat for Humanity transforms communities by acting as a catalyst for neighborhood revitalization through education, innovative development, partnerships, and long-term relationships with families. The Volunteer and Development Coordinator supports Atlanta Habitat’s mission and the organization’s development and volunteer engagement strategy, which includes recruiting, training, retaining, recognizing, and reporting on individual and group volunteers throughout the organization. Atlanta Habitat volunteers engage in construction, the ReStore, Family Services, the warehouse and office.
The Volunteer and Development Coordinator is directly responsible for:
- Assisting with volunteer recruitment, training, retention, and placement to meet the volunteer needs of the organization at the direction of the Development Systems and Special Projects Director.
- Providing technical and administrative support for the on-line volunteer registration system (VolunteerHub).
- Providing support for the volunteer recognition program, including annual recognition event.
- Sharing responsibility for scheduling and leading volunteer orientations.
- Visiting construction sites regularly to evaluate volunteer experience and promote Atlanta Habitat, including support of house dedications and build starts.
- Helping research and develop new volunteer recruitment and retention strategies to meet growing organizational demands for construction and ReStore volunteers.
- Providing support for development services and tasks, including special projects and events, as needed.
This position is classified full-time exempt, minimum 40 hours per week. Office hours are typically 8:00 am to 4:30 pm Tuesday through Friday, and 7:00 am to 3:30 pm on Saturday. Flexible schedule and hybrid work options must be worked out with the supervisor and be compliant with Atlanta Habitat’s policies. A full benefits package is offered including employer subsidized health insurance, paid time off (PTO), employee gym access, and a retirement savings plan with employer matching.
Qualified candidates must meet all of the following requirements:
- Bachelor’s degree required. Preferred fields of study include business, non-profit management, human resources, public relations/communications/marketing or similar fields.
- Minimum of two years of work experience.
- Previous nonprofit work experience, including volunteer management, preferred.
- Experience in sales, public relations, marketing, fundraising, or special events is desirable.
- Good computer skills with knowledge of Microsoft Office (Excel, Word and Outlook). Database management skills are necessary.
- Experience with volunteer management tools and Sales Force platform software preferred. Experience with MailChimp a plus.
- Able to work well with a diverse group of staff members, volunteers, donors, and community leaders.
- Strong public speaking skills.
- Strong organizational skills and ability to multi-task.
- Excellent customer service skills.
- Excellent verbal and written communications skills.
- Able to meet deadlines with strong attention to details.
- Must be flexible, able to take initiative, and work independently.
How to Apply: Please no walk-ins, phone calls or faxes. More information about Atlanta Habitat for Humanity may be found on our website www.atlantahabitat.org. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.
Atlanta Habitat is a Drug-Free Workplace. This position is subject to a criminal background and credit check, periodic DMV checks for driving record and valid driver’s license, and drug and alcohol testing. We reserve the right to make employment contingent upon successful completion of all checks and testing.
Equal Opportunity Employment Policy: Atlanta Habitat is dedicated to a policy of equal opportunity. We will give fair and equal treatment to all employees and applicants for employment. It is the policy of Atlanta Habitat to prohibit discrimination or harassment of any type and to afford equal employment opportunities to employees and applicants, without regard to race, color, gender identity, family medical history or genetic information, religion, sex, disability, familial status, pregnancy, national origin, marital status, age, sexual orientation, past or present military status, receipt of public assistance, or any other characteristic protected by law. This policy applies to all employment practices and personnel actions, including compensation, recruitment, training, working conditions, and opportunities for advancement.