District Coordinator

Date: Ongoing

Organized By: AARP Driver Safety Program

State: AZ

Contact: safedriverjohn@earthlink.net
John G. Case, 6235212494

District-Level Unpaid Volunteer Position, reports to AARP AZ Driver Safety Program Deputy State Coordinator. Oversees Course Instructors and maintains relationships with staff at locations where in-person Driver Safety courses are taught. Eligible for expense reimbursements per AARP Policies and Guidelines.

- The District Coordinator, an unpaid volunteer, provides support to the State Coordinator, Deputy State Coordinator, and Volunteer Instructors in their assigned Zone/District.

- Enroll in and complete the District Coordinator learning path found in the Volunteer Portal.
- If new to Driver Safety, attend an in-person Driver Safety Course or online if one is not available in the near future.
- Maintain Instructor Certification by teaching a minimum of three in-person/virtual classroom courses per year.

- Supervise planning, promotion, implementation, and evaluation of the program in an assigned district.
- Manage and evaluate/observe Instructors within a defined district.
- Monitors loss of Instructors and Host Locations within their assigned districts, and reacts quickly to replace through recruitment tactics.
- Plan and conduct at least one annual district workshops for Instructors within their assigned district.
- Maintain timely communication and contact with State Leadership, Host Locations, and volunteers reporting to position.
- Actively seeks to involve diverse populations, businesses and organizations in ADS activities.

- Ability to attend state meetings as required by the State Coordinator.
- Strong leadership and supervisory skills.
- Strong oral and written communication skills.
- Ability to set and oversee program operations.
- Ability to build strong partnerships and work with diverse populations.
- Working knowledge of personal computers, software and electronic communication systems.
- Commitment to the goals, policies and priorities of AARP and ADS.
- Ability to attend state meetings as required by the State Coordinator.

- Reimbursement for all official AARP ADS expenses.
- Coverage by AARP insurance while conducting ADS business.
- Sharpen your skills in a supportive, non-work environment for a social mission organization.
- Eligible for participation in the ADS National Recognition and Rewards Program.
- Provided with excellent training materials to facilitate responsibilities.

A District Coordinatorメs performance will be monitored by the Deputy State Coordinator on an ongoing basis and used to help coach towards success. The District Coordinator is also encouraged to seek support from the National office as necessary.
To submit online application, go to: https://aarp.org/volunteernow

Skill Desired: Marketing, Public Speaking/Meeting Facilitation, Education/Training

Matching Interests: Geared for 50+ volunteers, Relevant Experience Appreciated, Emergency & Safety

This volunteer listing is provided by AARP's Create the Good. Visit Create The Good to search more volunteer opportunities or post your own opportunity.

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