Employment at FAM

Available Positions

Volunteer Positions Available

 

FAM is seeking volunteers to assist with researching, grant writing, and creating new traveling education programs. Please contact Rachel Carder for additional information at info@famcc.org or 540.371.30317 ext. 138.

Community Outreach Coordinator

Reports To:

Development & Marketing Officer

Grade Level:

Exempt or Non-Exempt:

Non-Exempt

F/T or P/T:

P/T

Education:

Minimum of a BA in Liberal Arts, or equivalent.

Experience:

1+year experience working with volunteers in a non-profit setting. Proficiency in Microsoft Word and Excel; keen organizational skills and attention to detail.

Responsibilities

Oversees the museum’s Visitor Services program which includes admissions, and volunteer and internship programs.

VISITOR SERVICES

  • Responsible for operation of museum’s admission desk (excluding weekends).
  • Responsible for reconciling admission receipts and visitor numbers.
  • Train admission desk volunteers.

VOLUNTEER PROGRAM

  • Recruit volunteers through such means as attending appropriate fairs, visiting schools, senior citizen and other community groups, etc.
  • Interview prospective volunteers and, with the assistance of other staff, assign volunteers to appropriate jobs within the organization.
  • Train volunteer staff in customer service, policy and procedure, and arrange for other training with appropriate staff members.
  • Supervise volunteer staff. Schedule volunteer work, maintain volunteer records, and track volunteer hours.
  • Assist the Education and Public Programs Coordinator to develop new interpretive material and programs designed to attract new volunteers.
  • Arrange for and coordinate the efforts of outside volunteers such as Boy Scouts or Fredericksburg Service League, as appropriate, for special events.

INTERN PROGRAM

  • Work with staff to determine internship needs for the museum.
  • Recruit interns through such means as attending appropriate fairs, visiting schools, senior citizen and other community groups, etc.
  • Interview first round of prospective interns and report to appropriate staff for final interview.
  • Working with appropriate staff, oversee schedules and record keeping for interns.

Creates and maintains annual volunteer and internship budget.

Attend Museum functions, as required, including those scheduled on evenings and weekends.

PLEASE SUBMIT RESUME, COVER LETTER, and REFERENCES TO SPOORE@FAMCC.ORG. (No phone inquiries please) Requested start date: 7/1/2018