PURPOSE OF VOLUNTEER POSITION:
Help the HR Dept with the assessment, refinement, and development of processes that will allow for efficient and smooth operations of the department. Every volunteer will work on a task or duty that will benefit the IRC program, clients, and/or organization while providing an opportunity for the volunteer to practice skills and gain deeper knowledge relevant to their educational and/or career goals.
- 8 hours per week
- 6 months volunteer commitment
- Create monthly reports to be disseminated to staff
- Analyze data and help create efficient processes
- Assist in keeping the information up to date
- Other duties as assigned
- Meet scheduled weekly/monthly commitment
- Perform all required tasks and functions
- Attend supervision as requested
We ask that candidates have the following qualities:
- Proficient in Microsoft Excel
- Strong communication skills (both interpersonal and with supervisors)
- Possess a great attention to detail
- Excellent organizational and analytical skills
- Strong sense of personal initiative and be able to work independently in a fast-paced office
- Comfortable with handling confidential information and maintain confidentiality at all times
- Proficient in Microsoft Excel
- Interested in learning about Human Resources Management
This position reports to the Human Resources Coordinator
- Submit an online application here.
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