The Corporate Project Coordinator (Coordinator) supports the execution of Hands On Nashville’s (HON) corporate volunteer projects and special events. The Coordinator assists project managers with a focus on materials management, project development, and volunteer leadership.
We build capacity for individuals and agencies to meet needs through volunteerism. Our programs connect volunteers to opportunities supporting 140-plus nonprofits, schools, and other civic organizations.
Our team members:
• care for each other, our city, and ourselves. We listen, learn, and act to effect change.
• thrive in dynamic, fast-paced environments, both independently and when working together.
• build collaborative relationships with internal and external stakeholders, with a commitment to inclusiveness, professionalism, and respect.
About the Role
• Provides support for 50+ volunteer events per year, including project setup, volunteer leadership, and post-event cleanup.
• Assists with project budgeting and supply/tool procurement.
• Implements and maintains a secure inventory system for vehicles, tools, and supplies.
• Researches and develops high-impact project models, with emphasis on construction-focused activities.
• Supports trainings for community volunteers, contractors, and HON staff.
• Creates marketing and social media materials in collaboration with the communications team.
• Performs other related duties, as assigned.
• Meticulous attention to detail and organization, including superior problem-solving and multitasking abilities.
• Excellent written, verbal, and interpersonal communication skills.
• Working knowledge of construction trades (carpentry, flooring, and drywall) preferred. Role will include working with power tools (drills, saws, augers, etc.) as well as tow-behind trailers.
• Bachelor’s degree or commensurate experience in logistics, project management, event planning, or other related field.
• Criminal history background check clearance.
• Valid driver’s license and reliable access to a vehicle. Staff are reimbursed for work-related mileage.
• Ability to lift 50 pounds and perform repetitive squatting, bending, and twisting motions.
• Ability to work occasional evenings/weekends; some overnight travel necessary.