The Magdalene House Volunteer Coordinator

Job Description:

Do you feel a calling to help homeless women in Morgan and surrounding counties? Do you want to join a collaborative effort of churches and individuals striving to facilitate a more sustainable community? Join our team at the Magdalene House, a shelter for single women which was established under the umbrella of Stability First, to meet the needs of homeless women and help them on their journey to self-sufficiency and stability.

The Magdalene House is seeking a part-time (20 hours/week) Volunteer Coordinator to recruit and support volunteers to assist with tasks for the women in hopes of facilitating needed life changes for attainment of self-sufficiency. Teamwork is critical to this position as the Volunteer Coordinator works closely with not only the volunteers but peers, leadership and the residents to coordinate the needs of the women.

The Magdalene House Volunteer Coordinator will have dedication to Magdalene House’s mission and vision statements, experience working with volunteers in public or social service organizations, proven networking, teamwork, multi-tasking and follow-up skills, work effectively with individuals from various backgrounds, cultures, lifestyles, ages, religious beliefs and economic situations, proven experience in a professional environment requiring organizational and oral communication skills.

If you have good communication skills, would love to mentor your staff and the women who need you, are capable of managing conflict, can manage a team and varying workloads, have integrity and resilience, and strive for success in stress then come join us! Please complete the application below and send it, along with your resume and references, to info@stability-first.com or mail to

The Magdalene House
Stability First
PO Box 1452
Martinsville, IN 46151

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Stability First is a non-profit organization established to address multiple issues associate with the alleviation of poverty. Stability First deals with transitional housing and a circle of services geared toward assisting low income families in increasing their financial stability and self-sufficiency through The Lynay Center, The Pike Street Bridge, and The Magdalene House. The Stability First network is based off of the partnership of churches working together, support from businesses in the community, and volunteers who are vital to the success of the ministry to help our neighbors build a foundation for a better life.