Car Donation Center -- Donation Coordinator (Fullerton, CA)

Donation Coordinator About Us . Title: Donation Coordinator Fullerton, California Area of Interest: Administrative Work Schedule: 8am-5pm What That Means You'll have opportunities to make a positive impact on the world. Your work will certainly have a positive impact on our operations, but we hope that you'll also join us in fostering a positive and sustainable future, including for example partnering with some of our charities yourself. What You'll Need ⢠2-4 years office experience; ⢠Keen attention to detail ⢠Excellent verbal and written communication skills ⢠Strong technology and Internet skills ⢠Great organizational and multitasking skills ⢠Awesome attitude ⢠Strong problem-solving skills ⢠The ability to work independently ⢠College experience a plus What You'll Do ⢠Gather information from donors and charity partners by phone, as followup ⢠Maintain donation forms of all donations received ⢠Coordinate vehicle pickup through a local towing company ⢠Track that towing companies we use are licensed and insured ⢠Work with the Site Supervisor to track inventory on the lot ⢠Post photos and ads to eBay and Craigslist ⢠Update and maintain accurate records of online sales of vehicles ⢠Arrange for delivery of vehicle after sale, with one of our car transportation partners ⢠Arrange to forward proceeds of sales from donations to the charity designated by the donor. What You'll Get ⢠A reasonable schedule. ⢠A competitive salary. ⢠Health, vision and dental insurance plans (after 3 months of employment) ⢠A clean, attractive, friendly office environment. ⢠A chance to shape a new venture. You will be in on the ground floor of a successful charity, and influence how processes are formed and applied. ⢠Training and opportunity for continuous learning. Growth and experience. ⢠Significance. You'll be a key voice for our donors and charities. ⢠Fulfillment. You make a difference in the lives of those who benefit from the charities we support ⢠Submit your resume to edith@cars2charities.org

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