New Employee Onboarding
New Employee Onboarding
What We Need
- A written document that identifies the Organization's timeline, onboarding goals, recommended responsibilities and support for new hire success:
- An onboarding checklist and timeline template that can be completed by the Organization for each new hire
- A suggested checklist and template outlining onboarding methods the Organization should pursue to meet its goals (human resources and information technology materials, department presentations, mentor assignment, skill sharing, etc.)
- Recommendations on how to delegate onboarding responsibilities within the Organization or department, if applicable
- A short plan for communicating with the new hire prior to their first day of work
We are fine with the HR aspects of onboarding. What we need is support crafting an org-culture-aligned, cross-departmental plan for orienting new staff statewide their first month of employment. We also have just selected an LMS that we want to use to create training videos and quizzes, so we need that to be in there too.
We need someone in our time zone for sure, and someone in California would be ideal.
What We Have In Place
- We currently have a great operations team, which should make it easy for you to get started. We also have a staff manual website, and the ability to provide any other information you need.
How This Will Help
This project will save us $8,686 , allowing us to further fulfill our mission to engage young voters of color.
We are hiring 4 to 5 new staff right now, and things are moving quickly! We very much need someone who has the tech savvy to help us use our new LMS and existing staff manual website to engage and integrate our staff statewide.
About The Org
Power California (PowerCA) harnesses the energy of young voters of color and their families to create a state that is equitable, inclusive, and just for everyone who calls California home.
What We Do
PowerCA is a statewide multi-racial civic engagement organization made up of 24 local organizations in rural, urban, and suburban communities. We engage and develop the leadership of young people of color to participate in our democracy, hold systems of government accountable, and to ensure our electorate mirrors the rich diversity of California. PowerCA builds the voting power of young people and their families in communities of color and indigenous communities to fully participate in civic decision-making and transform their communities through youth organizing, voter education, and mobilization. PowerCA has registered over 75,000 young voters and engaged over 700,000 young voters in California since 2016 resulting in real political power at the polls.