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About the Position
Position # 2131
OrganizationShelter Movers: Nova Scotia
Position Valley Client Services & Move Coordinator - SMNS: Annapolis Valley
Location Kentville, Nova Scotia, Canada
Description The Move Coordinator is an integral part of the Operations team, planning and coordinating all details of the move and being on-call support on the day of a move. The Move Coordinator ensures volunteer teams are assembled and that moves go smoothly, including responding to and problem-solving unforeseen challenges.
Training Details All volunteers will be asked to sign a confidentiality agreement, pass a police record check, attend a volunteer orientation and will receive role specific training
Working Conditions - Reach out to the client within 24 hours of being assigned the move to confirm all details based on the Ongoing Moves, explain next steps and address any questions/concerns from the client
- Communicate with Lead Move Coordinators and Scheduling Team members to secure appropriate volunteers
- Coordinate move logistics, including (but not limited to) vehicle reservations, storage arrangements, and scheduling of private security or police
- Create a personalized itinerary for the move detailing all information required by volunteers and share required information with other parties involved (i.e. client, referral agency, security)
- Be “on call” throughout the duration of the move to support the Lead Mover with any unexpected challenges
- Use patience, empathy, and active listening skills in serving clients and volunteers
- Have regular check-ins with Shelter Movers staff
- Follow the Move Coordination Manual
- Report back to Lead Move Coordinator and Move Coordination Supervisor after each move
Minimum Duration 4 - 6 months
Timing Anytime
Time Detail Approximately 6 hours per week. Please note: the work of move coordination isn’t performed in a single continuous ‘shift’; it involves communication and responding to messages during your chosen work hours.
Age 18+
Ideal for An Individual
Transportation On a bus route
Area(s) of Interest Leadership/Management, Housing, COVID-19
Skill(s) Verbal Communication, Plan & Co-ordinate, Time Management, Decision-Making/Prioritizing, Self-Motivation
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Contact Kimber Dunphy
Address Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada Halifax, B3M4X3
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