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Letters of applications and resumes may be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org or can be sent to the Main Library at:
Attn: Cindi Chibis, Human Resources Manager
Dayton Metro Library
215 East Third Street
Dayton, Ohio 45402
You may also apply in person at the Community Relations Department at the Main Library or any branch library location during standard business hours or you may fax your resume to (937) 496-4302.
The Dayton Metro Library (DML) is inviting qualified individuals to apply for a newly created position of Volunteer Services Manager.
Job Responsibilities: Plans, develops, coordinates, and implements the volunteer program. Establishes goals and objectives for the volunteer program which support the Library's mission. Serves as the liaison with managers to identify tasks and develop job descriptions for volunteers. Develops marketing and recruiting strategies to attract and retain volunteers for DML and its committees and support organizations. Networks through staff, current volunteers, and local volunteer organizations and agencies. Develops interview and selection procedures, responds to prospective volunteer inquiries, completes screening/background checks, and matches volunteer to project or task, and volunteer activities. Develops, implements, and administers training for volunteers. Provides ongoing training for staff that work with and/or supervise volunteers. Recruits and schedules volunteers for opportunity spaces and special events including the Party in the Park, Friend's Book Sale and other events as needed. Monitors and supervises volunteer activities. Monitors volunteer performance and assists supervisors with performance management, volunteer reassignments, problem-solving and dismissals. Provides support to the Friends by attending monthly Friends' meetings and committee meetings that require volunteer coordination. Plans and implements volunteer recognition. Evaluates effectiveness of the volunteer program, including regular reports and analytical studies showing value-added contributions of volunteer activities. Maintains accurate records of volunteer hours. Provides documentation to volunteers for community service hours. Prepares and monitors department budget. Completes annual report.
Job Qualifications: Ability to plan, schedule and oversee volunteer services. Knowledge of volunteer principles, theories, concepts, policies and procedures. Ability to develop volunteer programs and services to meet Library needs. Ability to prepare and administer budgets. Valid Ohio driver's license, acceptable motor vehicle record, and continuous insurability required. Bachelor's degree from four-year college or university; or one to two years' related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience. Prior supervisory experience preferred.
Salary and Benefits: $53,066 plus full benefit package.
Application Process: Send resume to email@example.com.