Executive Volunteer Corps Member (with Nonprofits First, Inc.)
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DESCRIPTION

The Executive Volunteer Corps is comprised of world-class executives who have a high level of commitment to capacity-building for nonprofit organizations in Palm Beach County and surrounding areas.

Executive Volunteers share a dedication to improving the quality and accountability of nonprofit management and seek to share their specialized expertise with nonprofit professionals.

Executive Volunteers have expertise in one or more of the following areas:
  • Nonprofit Administration.
  • Board Governance.
  • Human Resources Management.
  • Financial Management/Auditing.
Members of the Executive Volunteer Corps are afforded an opportunity to provide expertise and support to local agencies in their organizational performance and service to clients.

Executive Volunteer Corps members may also:
  • Attend specified trainings and workshops free of charge.
  • Access professional resources.
  • Network with peers.
  • Receive reimbursement for mileage.
  • Learn about issues faced by the local community and the organizations designed to address those issues.
  • Build new relationships.
  • Contribute to the success of the agencies served.
DUTIES

Members of the Executive Volunteer Corps may engage in several roles and functions within their volunteer capacity, including, but not limited to:
  • Agency Certification - Volunteers may participate in on-site reviews to confirm agencies' compliance with Certification standards.
  • Consulting - Volunteers may complete short-term consulting assignments with nonprofit organizations in areas such as Board Development/Governance, Evaluation and Outcomes, Organization Performance Management, Fund Development, Human Resources Management, Information Technology, Financial Management and Strategic Planning/Business Planning.
  • Executive Mentoring - Volunteers may support the leadership development of nonprofit executives through individualized one-on-one guidance.
  • Curriculum Development/Training - Volunteers may develop and deliver course material in core areas of nonprofit management.
Executive Volunteers are an integral part of Nonprofits First programs and services and may be asked to participate in ongoing trainings, as well as to provide feedback as to the effectiveness of materials and processes. Additionally, seasoned volunteers may be asked to assist in the orientation and training of new members of the Executive Volunteer Corps.

QUALIFICATIONS

Ideal candidates for the Executive Volunteer Corps will have a minimum of 5 years of experience at the senior management level; having served in positions including, but not limited to: Executive Director, Chief Executive Officer, Chief Financial Officer, Chief Operating Officer, Certified Public Accountant and HR Director.

Requirements:
  • Minimum of 5 years experience at the senior management level.
  • Minimum of 3 years of nonprofit experience.
  • Be willing to adhere to all Executive Volunteer Corps policies and procedures.
  • Agree to a 1-year commitment to the Executive Volunteer Corps.
  • Complete the required screening procedure.
  • Agree to attend Executive Volunteer Corps trainings as required.
  • Be willing to communicate regularly with the Project Leader/Volunteer Coordinator and comply with requests for information regarding availability in a timely manner.
  • Have access to the internet and email.
  • Proficiency in basic technology/computer skills and willingness to learn specialized online assessment system.
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
  • Ability to exercise judgment and objectivity in advisement of diverse nonprofit agencies in varying stages of development.
  • Additional position-specific requirements may be required for particular volunteer roles.
Special Requirements and Physical Demands:
  • Requires occasional regional travel. Must have a reliable vehicle, and requires maintaining a valid Florida State driver's license with a satisfactory driving record and eligibility for coverage under any applicable agency insurance.
  • Ability and willingness to participate in ongoing professional development activities to remain current in new developments in the field and to enhance skills, as needed.
  • Requires safely lifting or moving up to 25 lbs on an occasional basis, for example movement of materials or texts.
  • Noise level is usually quiet to moderate.
Members of the Executive Volunteer Corps may engage in several roles and functions within their volunteer capacity, including, but not limited to:
  • Agency Certification - Volunteers may participate in on-site reviews to confirm agencies' compliance with Certification standards.
  • Consulting - Volunteers may complete short-term consulting assignments with nonprofit organizations in areas such as Board Development/Governance, Evaluation and Outcomes, Organization Performance Management, Fund Development, Human Resources Management, Information Technology, Financial Management and Strategic Planning/Business Planning.
  • Executive Mentoring - Volunteers may support the leadership development of nonprofit executives through individualized one-on-one guidance.
  • Curriculum Development/Training - Volunteers may develop and deliver course material in core areas of nonprofit management.
Executive Volunteers are an integral part of Nonprofits First programs and services and may be asked to participate in ongoing trainings, as well as to provide feedback as to the effectiveness of materials and processes. Additionally, seasoned volunteers may be asked to assist in the orientation and training of new members of the Executive Volunteer Corps.

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