Ain Dah Yung Center – Volunteer Coordinator

AIN DAH YUNG CENTER
Equal Employment Opportunity Employer

“The Ain Dah Yung Center provides a healing place within the community
for American Indian youth and families to thrive in safety and wholeness.”

SALARY:

Part-time. No benefits. 20 Hours. Schedule flexible. Some evenings and weekends may be required.

SUMMARY:

The Ain Dah Yung Center (ADYC) is seeking a committed and knowledgeable Volunteer Coordinator to work at Mino Oski Ain Dah Yung, a supportive housing complex serving Native youth ages 18-24. The building includes a food shelf, clothing store, and general store with various household items and a technology and training center for residents. This position reports to the Administrative Coordinator. Responsibilities include; working with ADYC staff to determine hours of operation and guidelines for residents spending time in each of the three “stores”, receiving and organizing donations, coordinating volunteers, and working with community partners to determine how much food, clothing, and other items are to be ordered and provided each week. Additionally, the coordinator is responsible for reaching out to community partners to coordinate trainings and skills development workshops for our residents in our
training and technology center.

ACADEMIC REQUIREMENTS:

HS Diploma or equivalent required. BA preferred, or relevant experience.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES

  • Previous retail management or similar experience requested.
  • Excellent organizational and communication (verbally & written) skills.
  • Ability to use: MS Office and Outlook

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS:

  • Cognizant and sensitivity to the needs of homeless youth, at-risk families and to the needs of the American
    Indian Community is a must. Applicants required to be 21 years of age per DHS Licensure.
  • Must pass DHS Background Check.

CLOSING DATE: March 13, 2020

If interested, please email cover letter and resume to Jill Ross at [email protected] or for more information about the Ain Dah Yung Center, visit us at adycenter.org.