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More information about the Nonprofit Partnership and Data Leader position:

Organization: Hands On Nashville

Job Summary:

The Nonprofit Partnership and Data Leader (Leader) builds relationships with diverse nonprofits across Nashville to enhance the capacity of Hands On Nashville's Community Partner Program, which delivers high-quality volunteer recruitment support to partnering agencies.

The Nonprofit Partnership and Data Leader serves with a 30-member cohort of community-focused individuals who receive skills training, professional development, and networking opportunities through a partnership between Hands On Nashville and Hands On Nashville, Middle Tennessee’s volunteer resource center.

The Hands On Nashville AmeriCorps program is made possible through the support of the Dan and Margaret Maddox Fund, Volunteer Tennessee, and participating AmeriCorps host organizations. 

Nashville is powered by people of all ages, races, ethnicities, skin tones, sexes, genders, sexualities, religions, abilities, and socioeconomic statuses engaging in service together. This is a city where YOU matter and YOU make a difference. Join us as we tackle the community’s most pressing challenges through service by becoming a Hands On Nashville AmeriCorps Program member.

Job Responsibilities:
The Nonprofit Partnership and Data Leader plays a critical role in ensuring the success of the Community Partner Program (CPP) at Hands On Nashville (HON). The CPP serves 200+ nonprofits, schools, and civic agencies that recruit volunteers via HON's website. The CPP builds nonprofit capacity through training, volunteer recruitment, and volunteer-management support. The Leader will be a front-line point of contact for partner agencies, providing technical assistance, training, and recruitment support.

The ideal candidate is confident taking initiative, enjoys working with and translating data into new program ideas, and is tech savvy. The candidate should have strong interpersonal and customer-service skills, be comfortable with public speaking, and thrive in a deadline-driven, fast-paced environment. The member will gain experience working with nonprofits, businesses, and government agencies, as well as with database management, process improvement, communication, project management, and public speaking.

  • Increase efficiencies among staff and community partners to ensure effectiveness of HON's tech and other services.
  • Create SOPs and best practices for staff and partners using HON's database.
  • Review, edit, and approve volunteer opportunity postings on HON's website.
  • Develop and maintain relationships with current and prospective community partners, including phone communication, site visits, email inquiries, technology support, and participation in programming and special events.
  • Participate in HON’s disaster preparednesss and response work; collaborate with the Volunteer Project Manager and Disaster Program Manager to develop and conduct trainings and implement technology solutions to increase HON’s capacity to respond to disaste
  • Support other trainings, workshops and meetings that relate to volunteer engagement and management.
  • Conduct new partner onboarding trainings.


The Hands On Nashville AmeriCorps Program is designed for entry-level or experienced professionals interested in a career in nonprofit management. You have amazing skills. We will teach you how to put them to work for the greater good. 

Preferred Knowledge, Skills, and Interests

  • Communications
  • Computers/Technology
  • Leadership
  • Writing/Editing

Minimum Requirements

  • Commitment to term of service (Ending July 29, 2022)
  • Bachelor’s Degree. Experience can be accepted in lieu of education;
  • Valid driver’s license
  • Reliable access to transportation (Members will be reimbursed for service-related mileage.)
  • U.S. Citizen, National, or Lawful Permanent Resident
  • National Service Criminal History Check clearance 

How to Apply:

Please contact Nicki Avila, the AmeriCorps Program Manager, at with a resume or a work history detail list.

  Click here to apply 


  • $3172 education award, upon completion of service contract
  • Federal student loan forbearance and accrued interest payment
  • Bronze-level health coverage through
  • Training and professional development in nonprofit management

Salary Range:
$8750 living allowance, paid in bi-weekly increments

Application Due Date:
January 15, 2022

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