Position: Logistics & Volunteer Coordinator
The United Way of Sumter, Lee, and Clarendon Counties, in partnership with SBP, a national, nonprofit rebuilding organization whose mission is to ensure that disaster-impacted citizens and communities recover in a prompt, efficient and predictable manner, is searching for a Logistics & Volunteer Coordinator. The position will work in direct support of the Tri-County Long Term Recovery Group, a collaborative team of community leaders, local/state officials, and representatives from affected communities, FEMA, United Way, and others. This group has and continues to assess the greatest unmet needs in the area, assist local organizations aiding disaster victims, seeks financial and in-kind resources, and determines priorities for recovery efforts. The collaboration is designed to strategically align all available resources, including volunteers, material donations, and alternative funding. Although the floodwaters are gone, problems still exist and will continue to exist within many of our communities.
AmeriCorps Member Position Overview:
The Logistics & Volunteer Coordinator play a vital role in the process of building our clients’ homes, and support SBP and the Tri-County Longterm Recovery Group’s mission by creating an extraordinary volunteer experience while simultaneously ensuring that construction sites and volunteers are equipped with the tools and materials they need, when the need it. Aside from handling all volunteer logistics, supporting volunteer fundraising efforts that directly support the AmeriCorps project, these members will work directly with the LTRG Coordinator to ensure efficient procurement of materials, that the warehouse is maintained in an organized and safe fashion, and that there is an effective tool tracking and inventory system in place.
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