St. Vincent De Paul of San Francisco

Volunteer Outreach Coordinator

St. Vincent de Paul Society of San Francisco

RILEY CENTER| Services for Survivors of Domestic Violence


JOB TITLE: Volunteer & Outreach Coordinator
SCHEDULE: 40 hours per week
CLASSIFICATION: Non-exempt, union
LOCATION: Community Office, 1175 Howard Street, San Francisco
SUPERVISOR: Riley Center Program Director
SCHEDULE: Mostly weekdays with occasional evenings & weekends for trainings
SALARY/BENEFITS: $23.15 per hour, Kaiser paid in full for employee, voluntary dental, vision, life insurance and 403b

The Volunteer & Outreach Coordinator (VOC) is primarily responsible for the recruitment, screening, training and on-going support of Riley Center volunteers. This position is also responsible for the development, coordination and presentation of community education materials and Riley Center program outreach.

 Recruit volunteers for all aspects of Riley Center and other SVDP Program operations.
 Screen potential volunteers and monitors participation.
 Organize and facilitate tri-annual 40-hour training sessions for prospective volunteers in collaboration with WOMAN, Inc.
 Work with Riley Center Program Director, CO Program Manager and other SVDP staff to coordinate volunteer duties.
 Act as a liaison between staff and volunteers in order to maintain a mutually helpful and satisfying relationship.
 Update and develop training curriculum and materials regularly.
 Develop volunteer opportunities within the Riley Center.
 Maintain volunteer files and statistics on a quarterly and annual basis.
 Ensure crisis line is adequately staffed by volunteers and supervised by staff.
 Ensure crisis line data in accurately and regularly entered in ETO database system
 Coordinate volunteer appreciation activities.
 Participate in SVDP staff meetings, trainings and in-services as appropriate.
 Log Volunteers hours into database systems.
 Assist with events, as needed.

 Assist Director and Community Office Program Manager with annual community domestic violence awareness month in October.
 Coordinate public speaking opportunities: provide educational workshops, train service providers, present program needs.
 Coordinate citywide purple ribbon outreach effort for National Domestic Violence Awareness Month (October).
 Coordinate agency library of resources, books, videos and training manuals.
 Provide support with client outreach for Riley Center programs
 In collaboration with Riley Program staff and development team help create, and collect content for e – newsletters.
 Attend community meetings and represent the Riley Center as needed.
 Maintain, update and manage social media outlets in close coordination with development team and Director of Program Operations.
 Community outreach and events-3 times per week.
 Work with development, as needed for events and programming
 Create a pool of networks of DV and non-DV related organizations. Organize and maintain network information for easy accessibility by Riley Program staff
 Perform other appropriate duties as assigned

 BA degree in humanities or related field. Relevant work experience can be accepted in lieu of BA degree.
 2-5 years outreach, volunteer management, or related experience.
 1 year minimum experience counseling Domestic Violence survivors preferred.

 Strong public speaking and training experience/skills.
 Proven track record with event planning.
 Experience with domestic violence issues/dynamics (personal, educational, and/or professional).
 Ability to develop goals, plan, organize and prioritize work and maintain accurate records.
 Proven administrative and organizational skills including Microsoft Word and Excel.
 Excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills.
 Ability and desire to work with diverse communities.
 Professional demeanor and appearance.
 Ability to maintain professional boundaries with volunteers, clients and staff.
 Sensitivity & experience with the needs of diverse ethnic and cultural populations.
 Flexibility and ability to move seamlessly between being a team player and working independently.
 Commitment to the mission of St. Vincent de Paul Society of San Francisco.

St. Vincent de Paul Society of San Francisco’s Riley Center is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer

Pursuant to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance, we will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction.

To apply send a resume and cover letter describing your interest to Lois Dutton, HR Director by email: or fax: 415-977-1271