• Director of Life Long Learning and Volunteer Services

    Job Locations US-MN-Minneapolis
    Requisition Post Information* : Posted Date 2 months ago(11/13/2018 8:20 AM)
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    Requisition Post Information* : Posted Date
    Non-Clinical Professional
    Ebenezer Care Center
    Hours per 2 weeks
  • Overview

    When you come to work at Ebenezer, we promise to support your growth, honor your strengths and empower you to make a difference in the lives of others.


    Come grow with us! Ebenezer recently celebrated our 100th year of service and we are growing at an unprecedented rate!


    Ebenezer Care Center is part of a full continuum of care campus including Transitional Care, Long Term Care, Adult Day, Assisted Living and Independent Living.   We are located in the heart of Minneapolis, conveniently located along the many bus routes.   We serve a VERY diverse and cultured population among not only our residents but staff as well.


    The Life Long Learning Director coordinates the programs with each of the site’s communities to enhance the LLL/intergenerational interactions. The Director helps to ensure there is a consistent flow of LLL events/opportunities for the campus and assist as needed for special small programs in each community. The Director also works with volunteers and all departments to improve the program. The Director also oversees the volunteers and volunteer programs.

    Responsibilities/Job Description

    • Coordinate programs, events, activities, and all other related areas of LLL for the campus.
    • Organize LLL programs; ensure that benchmarks are documented, participation is maximized, quality is assured, and the programming is what the residents, clients, etc want.
    • Facilitate and/or oversee other LLL groups and/or committees on the Campus.
    • Plan and organize campus event(s)/opportunities each month.
    • Help fundraise for SCA with Foundation and identify other fundraising opportunities for LLL programs.
    • Seek out grant opportunities for programs and writing of grants for these programs.
    • Research and implement new forms of art i.e. poetry, ceramics, etc.
    • Participate in community networking, promote LLL and showcase our programs.


    Ability to recruit, train, supervise and retain volunteers for the Campus

    Ability to Market to the Community

    Bachelor's Degree: Therapeutic Recreation, Early Childhood, Art Therapy or related field

    CTRS certification preferred

    Ability to work independently and with multiple departments, volunteers and Foundation.

    One to three years perevious experience required.


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