Advance Social Innovation
Systemic Change Training and Development Volunteers (for CrowdDoing)
Company: Advance Social Innovation
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Systemic Change Training and Development Volunteers (for CrowdDoing) will help CrowdDoing in its scaling process. CrowdDoing has had more than 2500 volunteers apply to help it. CrowdDoing was co-founded by Advance Social Innovation and Reframe it. CrowdDoing has helped more than 24 social enterprises through scoping their volunteer needs. Teams of global volunteers are virtually recruited and deployed with support from project managers, human resource business partners, and interdisciplinary volunteers who adopt through micro-leadership.
Management for Systemic Change Training and Development Volunteers (for CrowdDoing) will help all aspects of growing CrowdDoing leveraging under-utilized techniques to accelerate CrowdDoing's scaling. Parallel mini-teams and teams will help support CrowdDoing in coordination with marketing
We are looking for a Marketing Content Writer to support CrowdDoing with marketing material.
the person would help to write and publish various types of marketing material for our organization’s webpages.

Management for Systemic Change Training and Development Volunteers (for CrowdDoing) should be wiling to help to recruit volunteers through speaking with them in initial intake

* Comfort sourcing volunteers for a role category

* Enthusiasm to ensure effecive onboarding of service learning volunteers

* Effectively write position description that excite volunteers to join

* Motivating your team through coaching techniques to keep it productive and growing

* Willingness to think about social enterprise needs and translate these needs into role descriptions

* Comfortable to work virtually

Management for Systemic Change Training and Development Volunteers (for CrowdDoing)

Comfort helping to build training and development material for systems thinking and project management, systems thinking and marketing, and the application of these expertise to the work of CrowdDoing. Our goal is to help integrate systemic change thinking into project scoping of our projects and to make it easier for others to learn how to do this. We aim to support micro-leadership curriculum.

General requirements
  • Must be at least 18
  • 5 to 10 hrs per week
  • Marketing expertise
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Board Development
Computers & Technology
Education & Literacy
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Mentoring
Adult Education
Teaching / Instruction
Management
Professional Development
Market Research / Analysis