High Impact Volunteer Position Descriptions

Leading-edge position descriptions that give volunteers the opportunity to put their skills and experience to work...

NOTE: These are examples from public libraries and should be reviewed and modified to ensure fit with local policies and culture.

Titlesort descending Year
Veterans Community Outreach Specialist - CA
California public libraries, in partnership with California Department of Veterans Affairs, are working to connect veterans and their families to benefits and services for which they are eligible. Libraries, in collaboration with community veteran service organizations, can positively impact the quality of life for veterans. They have created two volunteer positions for libraries to utilize -- Veterans Benefits Coach and Veterans Community Outreach Specialist.
Veterans Resource Center - Ontario, CA
Ontario City Library is part of California's Veterans Connect @ Your Library, and designed this job description for volunteers who help to provide information, resources and referrals to veterans and their families.
Volunteer Technology Coach - Texas
This volunteer position, designed and used by the Lake Travis Community Library in Austin Texas, shares computer and technology knowledge with patrons of all skill levels, including internet search, work on a resume, fax documents, and more. Coaches assist users as needed and/or by appointment.
Waiting Room Reader - San Mateo County, CA
San Mateo County Library volunteers share the love of reading with families in six low-income medical clinics in San Mateo County
Web Designer - Oakland, CA
Volunteer job description used to seek an experienced Web Designer to improve the website for Friends of the Oakland Public Library (FOPL) and its bookstore.
Web Developer - Friends of the Library, Huntington Beach CA
Job Description for a volunteer Web Developer for the Huntington Beach Friends of the LIbrary
Welcome Desk Volunteer - Tulare County Library, CA
Greets Library customers and helps them with basic information.