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Requirements:
  • Interview
  • Other
  • Police Check
  • References
  • Vulnerable Sector Search
Also required for this position: Volunteer Application Sign a Letter of Understanding. Onboard Training.
  • Work remotely
  • Flexible in schedule
  • Good for families

Chapter Coordinator

Suite 318 – 425 Carrall Street Vancouver, BC V6B 6E3, Vancouver, BC, V6B 6E3 [map]
12-15 hours / monthly
1 year
CHAPTER COORDINATOR’S DUTIES
The following is a summary of responsibilities for the Chapter Coordinator. The Chapter Coordinator may need to work with other volunteers and the Regional Coordinator to accomplish these tasks.
1. RECRUIT MEMBERS VOLUNTEERS AND PROJECTS: Call health organizations, occupational therapists, disabilities groups and associations. Forward Tetra brochures and other relevant information. Recruit technically skilled volunteers they can effectively complete project requests.
2. RAISE AWARENESS: Make presentations to appropriate groups in the community to raise awareness of Tetra’s services and benefits.
3. PUBLICITY: Contact local media (ie. newspapers, radio, television) to secure positive coverage of successful projects, partnerships and outstanding volunteers.
4. COORDINATE MONTHLY MEETING: When a chapter has sufficient requests and volunteers to warrant a meeting, host a monthly volunteer meeting to match members and volunteers, to allow volunteers to socialize and exchange ideas and solutions. In the absence of regular monthly meetings, contact volunteers individually to respond to Request for Assistance Forms.
5. REPORTING TO REGIONAL COORDINATOR: Once a month, submit a brief report on activities using the appropriate report forms (including, activity reports, project reports and expenses).
6. DOCUMENTATION & REPORTING: Be sure all technical volunteers and persons requesting RFAs fill out forms properly and send copies to head office with report. Encourage the technical volunteers to document their projects through photographs and diagrams or drawings.
7. INFORMATION: Distribute and disseminate information as requested.
8. FUNDRAISE: Fundraise on behalf of local chapter to provide for operating expenses. Once funds are available a P/T contract will be offered.
This is a work-from-home volunteer position.
For more information on Tetra Society of North America, visit tetrasociety.org
Additional Details & Skills Required
Applications ONLY accepted online: https://tetrasociety.org/support/outreach-application.php
Why should you volunteer for this opportunity?
advocating for inclusion. helping change the live of people with disabilities and seniors by encouraging them to RE-IMAGINE WHAT IS POSSIBLE.
Requirements:
  • Interview
  • Other
  • Police Check
  • References
  • Vulnerable Sector Search
Also required for this position: Volunteer Application Sign a Letter of Understanding. Onboard Training.
  • Remote or online
  • Flexible in schedule
  • Good for families