Driver Safety Coordinator Needed in Idaho

Posted on 06/16/20

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Are you a natural leader looking for an exciting VOLUNTEER opportunity?

We are AARP Driver Safety. Our goal is to keep mature drivers safer and more confident behind the wheel. We are looking for a dynamic leader to help make this mission possible. By becoming the Idaho State Coordinator you can help our volunteer team continue to bring the award-winning AARP Smart Driver™ classroom course and other programs to the Gem State.

Time Depending on the structure of your leaderships team, approximately 10 hours per week
Tasks Grow Driver Safety Programs in your state (i.e. Smart Driver classroom course, CarFit, We Need To Talk, Smart DriverTEK etc.)
National Meetings attend one in-person Orientation in Washington, DC and bi-monthly meetings via webinar/conference call
State Meetings organize an annual state meeting for volunteer leaders
Volunteer Engagement get to know volunteers in your state - attend zone and district workshops whenever possible
Expectations meet or exceed state course, participant and volunteer goals utilizing a set budget from National ADS
Skills – people management, comfortable using email and the Internet, forward-thinking.

The State Coordinator position is a 3 year commitment with an option for reappointment.

If you would like more information about this volunteer role, please email

This story is provided by AARP Idaho. Visit the AARP Idaho page for more news, events, and programs affecting retirement, health care, and more.

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