Responsibilities: Mentor Engagement
- Plan and execute – from concept to post-event evaluation – innovative mentor engagement events including volunteer events, panel discussions, speaker series, education/ongoing training, happy hours, focus groups and beyond
- Plan, execute, and assess mentor facing campaigns including recognition/appreciation and special events campaigns such as National Volunteer Week and National Mentoring Month
- Manage the mentor Facebook group
- Create and disseminate monthly mentor newsletters
Responsibilities: Mentor Recruitment
- Support the Recruitment team in cultivating relationships with potential community and corporate partners, including research, creating communication materials, making cold calls, managing online inquiries, meeting preparation and follow-up
- Staff mentor info sessions and orientation events: send pre and post event communication, track attendance, provide tech support for the lead trainer, and lead facilitate some sessions; up to 1 evening event a week and some weekends during peak recruitment season (May-August). Currently all events are virtual due to Covid, however some may go back to being in person (in Oakland + San Francisco area) once it’s safe to do so.
- Support with administrative tasks as needed, such as: sending emails/making phone calls to prospective mentor applicants, creating and updating online volunteer postings, and maintaining accurate records in Salesforce and iMentor’s volunteer tracking system.
- Four (4) or more years of work experience with at least two (2) years of volunteer and relationship management, event planning, recruitment, community giving, or program implementation experience
- Skilled project manager who can identify needs, scope projects, implement strategy and juggle lots of moving pieces to see something through, working both independently and collaboratively within a large team
- Demonstrated public speaking and facilitation skills, along with strong writing and interpersonal skills that can engage others to take action
- Proven track record of innovation and creative problem-solving
- Strong critical thinking skills, with the ability to analyze data, recognize trends, and make recommendations
- Deep commitment to equity, diversity and inclusion and aligned in thought and action with iMentor's values
- Bachelor’s degree required
- Able to work some evenings/weekends for mentor community-building events
- Social media marketing experience a strong plus
- Experience with Salesforce a strong plus
- Some travel required: up to 40% within Bay Area (specifically Oakland and surrounding area); transportation not provided. Currently all events are virtual due to Covid, however some may go back to being in person once it’s safe to do so.
- Employment is contingent upon the completion of a satisfactory fingerprinting and criminal background check