Join Our Team!Staff and Volunteer opportunities
Voices of Hope for Aphasia is looking for their next Executive Director! The Executive Director (ED) is the key management leader of VOH. The ED’s primary responsibilities include board governance, fulfilling the organization’s mission, financial oversight and viability, program advancement and quality, industry outreach, and operations. This position reports directly to the Chairman of the Board and the Board of Directors (BOD).
Part-Time Program Assistant
The Program Assistant assists with the operational success of the programs of the organization. The Program Assistant helps to plan and implement the day-to-day programming of Voices of Hope for Aphasia Inc. in order to meet the Mission and Strategic Plan objectives and serve our constituents. The Program Assistant also helps to ensure that established standards of high quality are maintained and that the programs are routinely evaluated for effectiveness and quality. The Program Assistant may be responsible for break-out sessions in-person, online sessions, and will provide coverage for other staff in case of holiday or illness. Appropriate advance notice will be provided whenever possible; flexibility to cover last-minute absences a plus.
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Tampa Bay’s only community-based aphasia program is seeking volunteer Communication Assistants for its weekly aphasia support programs in St. Petersburg, Dunedin, and Tampa, FL.
Eligible volunteers will be good communication partners for adults with aphasia; any one willing to use supported communication techniques is welcome. Supported communication training is available for eligible applicants.
Volunteers are needed between the hours of 9:30am and 3:00pm weekly on any of the following days: Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and occasional Fridays. Click here for more information on days, times, and locations of our Living! with Aphasia program.
We are also seeking project-specific volunteers who are willing to share their hobby or special skill in an aphasia-friendly way.