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Community Emergency Preparedness Corps Member

Hosted by: Volunteer New York!

Date

January 14 - November 17, 2014

Time

Past Opportunity

Contact

Damian Morales
damian@volunteer-center.org

This is a past opportunity

About Community Emergency Preparedness Corps Member

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POSITION SUMMARY
The Community Emergency Preparedness Corps (CEP Corps), an AmeriCorps program implemented by Points of Light, creates disaster resilient communities by increasing preparedness of individuals and families through volunteer engagement. CEP Corps members will serve 10-month terms beginning in January 2014. CEP Corps members will provide direct service and train volunteer leaders to recruit and educate teams of volunteers to:

1) Improve preparedness of individuals and families through local collaborative volunteer projects, service events, and trainings resulting in personal preparedness plans.

2) Expand Local Preparedness Networks and community capacity to respond to disasters by strengthening partnership networks while building a corps of trained volunteer leaders with specific focus on managing unaffiliated volunteers in emergency situations.

3) Support long-term recovery and sustainability by increasing organizational capacity to help individuals and families prepare and, in the case of disaster, more easily respond and recover from current events.

Please consult complete listing located on our website at
http://www.volunteer-center.org/workhere

Number of Positions: 1

Application Process

Application Instructions:
Send resume and cover letter to Damian Morales, Director Disaster Programs via email (damian@volunteer-center.org)

Applicants must:
• Be a U.S. citizen or legal permanent resident
• Have a college degree or attended some college, have a high school diploma or GED.
• Have served no more than two terms in an AmeriCorps state or national program.*
• Agree to a criminal background check
• Be able to participate in the Community Emergency Preparedness Corps Training in Atlanta, GA on January 15-16, 2014
• Be able to begin service on January 17, 2014

Previous experiences with service, training, or leadership development strengthen candidacy.

* Individuals may receive no more than the value of two full time education awards. If you have received the equivalent of more than one full time education award, you are eligible to serve and receive a discounted award.

Schedule:

Average Time Commitment: 40 hrs per week


We're looking for volunteers who:

Are a skilled:

  • Medical
    Medic
  • Social savant
    Social Savant
  • Gabber
    Talker

Are interested in:

  • Reading writing
    Reading & Writing
  • Art design
    Art & Design
  • Geeking out
    Geeking Out

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