Executive / Senior Executive, Partnerships
Roles & Responsibilities
As an Executive / Senior Executive, Partnerships, you will be part of SLEC’s Partnerships team which drives community engagement and volunteerism. The primary responsibility of this position is recruiting, orientating, deploying and retaining volunteers across SLEC’s stakeholder groups which include individual, interest groups, corporations, institutes of higher learning, community partners, government agencies, and churches.
· Recruit volunteers from the stakeholder groups with varied backgrounds and experience on an ongoing or as needed basis for our island wide services
· Develop and implement plans for actively soliciting, engaging, and retaining volunteers across SLEC’s stakeholder groups.
· Develop and update volunteer programme informational kits, job descriptions, task lists, and other appropriate materials.
· Connect volunteers with staff and programmes needing volunteer support.
· Respond to requests from groups and individuals for volunteer opportunities and/or projects.
· Train volunteers and/or ensure that training is provided for volunteers as needed.
· Develop and maintain volunteer records, training curriculum, training checklists, and manuals as necessary.
· Develop, regularly update, and carry out volunteer orientation for new volunteers as required.
· Ensure that an appropriate volunteer appreciation programme is in place. Carry out the programme and plan the annual volunteer appreciation event.
· Develop and carry out plan for ongoing volunteer relations and programme evaluation to ensure volunteer feedback and satisfaction.
· Maintain files on all volunteers and ensure that each volunteer has completed all the necessary paperwork.
· Work closely with other departments to support SLEC’s signature programmes with volunteers.
· Perform other duties as assigned by the Director of Partnerships.
· Any other projects that are assigned by the supervisor.
· Degree or related training in social services or similar discipline.
· Minimum 4 years of volunteer management or non-profit experience.
· Skilled in developing and making presentations needed to perform training and information sessions.
· Knowledge in using some basic designing software e.g. Canva, Vista Create, Photoshop would be advantageous
· Writing skills related to writing the documents needed to manage the programme such as volunteer job descriptions, volunteer information kits etc.
· Team player with strong communication, interpersonal and organisational skills.
· Capable of working independently and under time constraints.
· Proficient in the use of Microsoft Office applications.
St Luke's ElderCare serves the community via services such as day care, day rehabilitation, dementia.