Join the Seattle Works team!
Seattle Works is currently seeking individuals for the following positions:
The Program Coordinator is primarily responsible for making sure program logistics run smoothly, including our annual day of service, large volunteer projects, and our volunteer management database. We’re looking for someone who can work on multiple projects at once with a high level of attention to detail, build and maintain relationships, adapt to change, and be committed to carrying our anti-racism strategic plan forward. Click here to see the full job description, compensation, and instructions for applying. Deadline to apply is September 27, 2019 at 12pm.
The Communications & Events Coordinator is primarily responsible for sharing our story through events, campaigns, and social media, and coordinating our annual auction and gala, Swank. We’re looking for someone who can work on multiple projects at once with a high level of attention to detail, build and maintain relationships, adapt to change, be enthusiastic about sharing our story, and be committed to carrying our anti-racism strategic plan forward. Click here to see the full job description, compensation, and instructions for applying. Deadline to apply is September 27, 2019 at 12pm.
The Bridge Faculty
Do you have experience with nonprofit governance, fundraising, finance, or public boards & commissions? Or do you have experience serving on a board of directors or working closely with a board of directors? We have the perfect volunteer opportunity for you! Seattle Works trains nearly 200 people every year on the basics of board services through our widely recognized, interactive training The Bridge: Board Training – and we couldn't do it without the skills, experiences and expertise of our volunteer faculty. Commitments can be as little as 75 minutes a year; check out this document for more details. Please email email@example.com if you are interested in learning more.
Team Works Captains
If you’re looking to practice your leadership skills, build a community of volunteers, learn more about the nonprofit sector, and impact the Greater Seattle Area, apply to become a Team Works Team Captain! Our Captains are the rock of our teams: they motivate our volunteers, inspire new friendships, and work to contribute nearly 1000 volunteer hours in just four months! Commitments cover a round, typically 20-25 hours of direct service and communication over five months; check out this website for more details. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in learning more.
Development & Communications Interns
We are not currently hiring.
Seattle Works offers a Development & Communications Intern position starting late April and goes until Mid-October. Please email email@example.com if you have any questions.
Program & Outreach Interns
We are not currently hiring.
Seattle Works offers a Program & Outreach Intern position starting Mid-October and goes through Mid-April. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
Seattle Works Board Service
The Board of Directors comprises individual volunteers from the community who help steward the overall health of the organization. They guide our mission and strategy, oversee the health and ethics of the organization, and ensure that Seattle Works has the resources (finances, staff, brand, etc.) it needs to fulfill its mission. Additionally, Seattle Works board members support our programs: they help to put on our board trainings, bring their friends to our awesome events, volunteer at our corporate projects, and join our Team Works teams as members and captains!
In addition to the Board of Directors, Seattle Works has board committees, where volunteers come together to support the organization in specific areas: Finance, Communications, Resource Development, and our Annual Gala & Auction. These committees require a one-year commitment; if interested please contact email@example.com to learn more!