About the Role
Part-Time Volunteer Manager
Villages of San Mateo County (VSMC) is seeking a 20 hour a week Volunteer Manager who will be responsible for the overall management of our volunteer support system. This role will work collaboratively with volunteer leaders in our three villages (Sequoia, Mid-Peninsula and Villages of the Coastside) to amplify their impact.
The Volunteer Manager is being hired to:
- Increase our volunteer pool by expanding outreach and recruitment efforts;
- Amplify volunteer participation and retention by strengthening support systems and appreciation for volunteer efforts;
- Cultivate volunteer leadership and build a bench of future leaders through closer
relationships and understanding of volunteer skills and interests;
- Build a volunteer community and connection to VSMC and appreciation for their efforts so
our volunteers’ experience and satisfaction is maximized.
About the Company
Villages of San Mateo County (VSMC) is a 501(c)3 nonprofit and is part of a growing national movement of virtual villages across the county dedicated to mobilizing volunteers to support their senior neighbors to age with grace and dignity, maintaining their independence while continuing to live in their homes and the communities they love, and to stay socially connected and active within our VSMC community. We serve a large part of San Mateo County from Millbrae to Menlo Park and from Pacifica to Pescadero. Founded in 2015, we now have over 275 members and 215 volunteers. Our work is largely volunteer driven, with a small staff team of a full-time Executive Director and three
part-time staff: Volunteer Manager, Social Events Manager and Administrative Project Manager. We are at a very exciting point in our organizational development, as we expand our reach and deepen our impact, while building a sustainable organizational base that will ensure VSMC will be a community resource for years to come.
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
Villages of San Mateo County is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We take pride in recruiting and developing staff without regard to housing status, race, color, creed, gender expression, gender identity, religion, or marital status.