Current opportunities include:
Garden-Related If you’re interested in the Garden-related positions, contact our Operations Manager, Kristen Clark: email@example.com
1. SeedSmart Seed Inventory Aide: As part of our seed lending library program, a volunteer is needed to monitor and re-stock the seed supply. This is a weekly task, dependent on the availability of supply.
Desired skills/qualifications: Must pay excellent attention to detail and possess an enjoyment of organization and order.
2. SeedSmart Program Coordinator: As the seed lending library program continues to grow, the Library is in search of a program director to plan and schedule events, such as seed repackaging sessions. This position averages 3-5 volunteer hours per week.
Desired skills/qualifications: We’re looking for a minimum 3-month commitment. Must have project management skills, time management skills, creative thinking, and an enjoyment in working with others. A passion for gardening is a plus.
3. Gardening Reference Information Specialist and Designer: If you’re interested in becoming more familiar with the specific planting, feeding, and harvesting of a variety of plants and vegetables, this is an excellent position for you! As part of our seed lending library, a volunteer is needed to create reference cards for each seed variety with information about growing and harvesting specific seeds.
Desired qualifications/skills: Must have gardening knowledge and/or excellent research skills. Ideally, we’d love to find someone with Adobe InDesign software experience.
4. Garden Shed Construction Aide: We’re seeking a handy person with experience in building a small shed; many of the materials (i.e., redwood) will be provided; now all we need is a community member to lend a hand!
Desired qualifications/skills: Must be good with your hands, experienced in using building tools, pay attention to detail, and have previous shed-building experience.
|The Friends of the Library can always use help with the preparation for and participation in the monthly book sales. Responsibilities may include sorting and pricing books for sale, picking up donations, checking out or restocking at the sales. No special expertise is required, but a love of books is a big plus. Joining the Friends provides opportunities to meet new people and help your community. To find out more about joining the Friends, call 415-389-4292 x4732. |
We do not have the resources to accomodate court appointed community service volunteers.
Last updated: 11/17/2015 1:29:11 PM