Outreach Coordinator (Recycling Revisited)

(Community Development Halton, Volunteer Halton)

Position ID: V-HVC0937 Last Full Update: 21 Oct 2019
Opportunity Details
CommentsWe are a registered non-profit organization with a long background in the pioneering of city-wide recycling in Canada, under the organization name of Citizens' Committee for Pollution Control (CCPC: 1970-1983). Like CCPC, we are interested in recycling issues, plus other environmental issues. Busy with a number of projects and concerns, we have fallen away from some contacts with supporters and other organizations. We need to take action now. 
We welcome all members to attend our biweekly meetings on a drop-in basis or regularly. At this time we need more members who can attend in person, but welcome members from a distance or unable to attend, to participate by teleconferencing. In recent years we have been very diverse with regard to ethnicity, gender, and age. At this time, we strongly welcome about 5 "student Members", with at least 5 or more adult members because of the inevitable end-of-semester absences by students. We respect the priority of studying, but the loss of 5 young members affects our continuity. Welcome all!
ContactRoberta McGregor, Founder, President, Volunteer Coordinator, Recycling Revisited Inc.; Phone: 905-318-9566; Email: recyclingrevisitedinc@gmail.com
DutiesWe are a friendly grassroots organization with a lot of energy and ideas to put into action in an exciting year ahead. 
The Outreach Coordinator will help get our records organized and keep track of new contacts effectively: 
- reconnect with previous contacts  
- connect with Citizens' Committee for Pollution Control (CCPC) participants to add to our newsletter distribution  
- prepare invitations for the celebration of our 50th anniversary of City-Wide Recycling (initiated in May of 1970) 
We are open to some guidance and training in better organizing of information and details.also, you likely will be working with a collaborator. We find that it is important to have each person ready and able to stand in for the other, in circumstances of the other person being absent.
More Info Linkhttps://recyclingrevisited.org
BenefitsInteraction with a vibrant group with a great range of ages and ethnicities; contributing order and efficiency in a varied and imaginative set of projects; playing a helpful role in our efforts to promote citizen action in this time of climate change.
ClientsYour clients would be the Board and the Development Committee; possibly the Social Media group; and individuals in the public who are concerned about the environment.
Ages18 year(s) and up
Suitable for OSSDNo
Suitable ForAdults (18+) ; Seniors (55+) ; Post-secondary students ; Persons with a physical disability ; Couples
Areas of InterestCommunity Outreach ; Computers & IT (Software Related) ; Marketing & Promotions ; Nature / Environment ; Program Coordination / Support ; Research / Evaluation ; Telephone Communication ; Volunteer from Home / Virtual
Skills/ExperienceCommunication & Interpersonal Skills ; Confidentiality ; Creativity ; Customer Service ; Dependability & Trustworthiness ; Friendly & Outgoing ; General Computer Skills ; Leadership ; Listening Skills ; Patience ; Planning & Organizing ; Positive / Cheerful Demeanor ; Research ; Self-Motivated / Work Independently ; Team Work ; Web & IT ; We have a challenge in coordinating lists of former members/volunteers/participants, and especially CCPC participants and community leaders who will be invited to the 50th anniversary celebration.
Commitment LengthMedium Term (4 months to 1 year) ; Long Term
Interaction LevelSolitary ; One-on-one ; Small Group ; Large Group ; Virtual Volunteering ; We have members with a variety of life situations, and a variety of projects, so interaction is different within those realities
Dates and TimesTuesday: Meetings every two weeks in Aldershot, Burlington 
We have begun meeting year-round, though we cannot expect members to be available at all times. We encourage members who cannot attend at all or only occasionally, to take part in the meetings by teleconferencing.
SeasonsYear Round ; There are patterns of attendance (e.g.) mid-winter and mid-summer. We continue our work year-round but in the summer, we realize that people will take time off. We just meet "as needed" in the summer months.
AccessibilityFully Accessible ; Wheelchair accessible automatic main entrance - Front door is wide. Assistance is available as needed ; Dedicated accessible washroom with all features - One toilet only, so no stall is needed. ; Wheelchair accessible washroom, assistance needed with door - The door is wide, and assistance is available ; The office is at sidewalk level.
Location376 Plains Rd. E., Burlington (Kay Fisher Realty office, in a strip mall)
Number of PositionsBurlington: 2 individual(s) 
2 individual(s) needed in total. 
Members can judge the realism of travel from their locations, keeping traffic patterns in mind. 
For members who live too far away for attendance, we link them by teleconferencing, but for this position, it would be important to be able to attend meetings and consultations.
TrainingOrientation - We provide information on our long history, and our current goals and activities ; You may be training us! We have a lot of important details that are not organized well.
TransportationNear public transit ; Car required - Depending on your ability to get to meetings ; Bus transit from the west (Hamilton) is good. From the east (Oakville, etc.) also has some bus access, the GO train is an efficient link. A bus to the meeting location is available, or a car pickup might be arranged.
CostWe cannot reimburse travel costs except in unusual circumstances.
Police CheckNot Required
Start DateOn or after 18 Oct 2019
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Organization NameCommunity Development Halton, Volunteer Halton
Office Phone905-632-1975
Toll Free Phone1-855-395-8807
Address & Map
3350 South Service Rd
Burlington, ON L7N 3M6
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