Volunteer Coordinator

Reports to: Development Director

Position Summary:
The Volunteer Coordinator will maintain and enhance CCCC’s Volunteer Program by recruiting new volunteers, retaining existing volunteers, and further developing community partnerships by hosting informational tables and providing education regarding the organization and services to the general public, program participants, and volunteers.

This position helps us to support this vital part of our program to support the overall agency operations and programs, including the Chandler Food Bank, Family Resource Center, Community Action and Senior Programs.

Duties and Responsibilities include:

  • Support CCCC’s current volunteer program
  • Coordinate individual volunteers to work within all CCCC departments
  • Plan and facilitate multiple group volunteer activities
  • Provide group activities during typical and non-typical business hours
  • Schedule and facilitate volunteer orientation sessions
  • Provide opportunity for service learning students
  • Facilitate monthly volunteer potluck
  • Facilitate quarterly volunteer meetings
  • Facilitate the yearly volunteer appreciation luncheon
  • Nominate volunteers for outside recognition (Governors Award, Chandler Gives Back etc.)
  • Create and manage volunteer job descriptions and schedules
  • Manage volunteer data (hours, contact info, etc.)
  • Prepare reports (monthly volunteer metrics)
  • Provide tours of CCCC to partners, prospective volunteers and community service workers
  • Represent CCCC in the community and increase community awareness of our programs through information tables and public speaking
  • Promote upcoming fundraisers and current food bank needs
  • Maintain CCCC’s master mailing list
  • Coordinate the compilation of agency-wide data and partner with other staff members on agency wide mailings
  • Acquire photographs for publication
  • Participate in CCCC social media efforts
  • Schedule, receive and record donations (typical and non-typical business hours)
  • Participate in AVACA (Association for Volunteer Administration of Central Arizona)
  • Work one on one with service recipients as needed
  • Other duties as assigned


  • Bachelor’s Degree and two years relevant work experience is preferred
  • Minimum one year experience in a human services setting supervising others
  • Knowledge of administrative and clerical procedures
  • Strong oral and written communication skills and ability to interface with internal and external customers
  • Strong computer skills, including internet and Microsoft Office applications, Salesforce knowledge preferred
  • Works well independently with minimum supervision
  • Bilingual Spanish/English preferred
  • Must be able to obtain a Level One fingerprint clearance card from DPS and pass a Central Registry background check

To apply, please send a resume and cover letter to Ryan Gear, Development Director, at ryan@chandlerfoodbank.org.