OPEN: March 17, 2021
CLOSE: Open until filled
POSITION: Director, Mayor's Office of Volunteerism and Partnerships
SALARY: ES8 ($101,357 to $123,902)
The Mayor's Office of Volunteerism and Partnerships (Serve DC) has five (5) core activities:
To learn more about Serve DC, please visit here.
This position is located in the Executive Office of the Mayor, Office of Community Affairs, DC Commission on National and Community Service and reports to the Director of the Office of Community Affairs. Serve DC is the DC Commission on National and Community Service (Commission). The mission of the DC Commission on National and Community Service is to strengthen and promote the District of Columbia's spirit of service through partnership, national service, and volunteerism. The Commission focuses on three areas to accomplish this mission: Partnerships: Develops partnerships among civic groups, government agencies, educational institutions, nonprofit organizations, corporations and small businesses, and the faith-based community; National Services: Administers AmeriCorps programs in the District and facilitates collaboration among all national service programs including Senior Corps, Learn and Serve, AmeriCorps*NCCC and AmeriCorps*VISTA; and Volunteerism: Encourages citizens of all ages and backgrounds to address a variety of community needs by volunteering. Leads the Citizen Corps initiative, which provides citizens with opportunities to volunteer and make their communities safer, stronger and better prepared to address threats of terrorism, crime and disasters.
This position serves as Chief Service Officer for Serve DC. This includes the responsibilities for designing, planning and implementing program methodology to meet the position's objectives; establishing and rearranging priorities; and managing the activities.
CORE DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS AND BACKGROUND
There is a legal requirement that each new appointee to the Excepted and Executive Service either: (1) be domiciled in the District of Columbia at the time of appointment; or (2) establish District domicile within one hundred eighty (180) days of appointment. The law also requires that Excepted and Executive Service employees maintain District domicile during the period of the appointment. Failure to maintain District domicile during the period of the appointment will result in forfeiture of employment.