Haiti Now is dedicated to empowering Haitian girls living in domestic servitude to overcome poverty and exploitation to achieve economic security.
To see girls in domestic servitude overcome extreme poverty, heal emotional trauma, and live rewarding lives.
"Your first assignment will be to start a fundraising campaign. Haiti Now will provide further guidance for you to have a quick and successful fundraiser."
Role brief: The Human Resources On/Off-Boarding Specialist is an unpaid / virtual volunteer position that ensures smooth transitions and improves processes as volunteers enter and exit our organization.
Provide onboarding, training and answers to incoming volunteers
Connect incoming volunteers and existing team members
Create and share new accounts on various online tools for incoming volunteers
Process exits and transitions for existing volunteers
Minimum volunteer hours: 5 hrs per week.
Must be responsive to all messages within 24 hours
HR degree and experience managing employee lifecycles & data
Highly collaborative style; experience working in a virtual environment highly preferred
Experience with Google Suite, Slack, Trello and Okta preferred
Proficiency in English is a must; follow up and follow through approach
Self-starter, entrepreneurial & able to work independently
As a volunteer-driven non-profit, we are in need of skilled and experienced professionals to help us with various HR-centric tasks such as recruiting, onboarding and transitioning volunteers for different functions for our organization. While Haiti Now strives to fulfill its mission through the commitment of over 80 volunteers in different functional areas, new volunteers are needed as the organization grows and people leave. This position can help individuals with a career interest in HR gain experience through a flexible schedule working remotely, all for a good cause.
For support, we have a project management structure in place, mapped out workflows for different HR processes including on-boarding and off-boarding, organizational charts to represent roles within the organization, highlighted priority positions that need people sooner than later.