International Volunteer Coordinator Peru
This six month dynamic position offers a valuable opportunity for a long term volunteer to gain extensive experience in NGO/Non-Profit management, project management, community development and volunteer coordination. We are seeking a highly professional, innovative individual to expand our International Volunteer Program. The primary responsibilities of this role include: recruiting International Volunteers; providing a high level of customer service and support to volunteers during their placement and developing short/long term projects in collaboration with volunteers that address the goals and objectives of Seeds of Hope. This is a 6 month free volunteer position exempt from our standard volunteer contribution fee. You will be provided with accommodation in our apartment which includes Wi-Fi access, Netflix, a furnished private room with shared bathroom, reliable hot water, laundry hand-washing facilities and a fully equipped kitchen. Our apartment is located in the heart of the city less than 5 minutes walk from Plaza de Armas. In return we would ask that you honour your initial 6 month commitment to Seeds of Hope and continue to actively promote us as a reputable NGO that empowers local youth and provides meaningful volunteer placement opportunities. If you are interested, please email us at email@example.com and we can give you more information including job description and application process.
Seeds of Hope
Please email us for the key selection criteria for this position.
Dates of program:
Starting in July 2020
Duration of program:
6 months minimum
Project start date:
1st July 2020
Project end date:
1st January 2021
1st April 2020
Adults of both sexes 21+
Free private room in our apartment which includes Wi-Fi access, Netflix, and a fully equipped kitchen.
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