Career Couselor/ Certified Career Coachself employed
Rancho Palos Verdes, California
If you work for Career Village in a certain capacity, definitely you can place this as work experience and specify what you do for them and whether it is part time, temporary or full time. In the interview you would answer their questions and explain everything that you do on the job whether it is paid or voluntary. That part should already be on the resume, but you can explain further about your job skills. That would go under job experience like all of your other jobs.
If this is voluntary you can make a separate section on your resume to explain what you do in this job, how long have you done it and what kinds of questions you have answered or wrote about, or any other detail that you might find is appropriate for the job you are applying to. Your Skill sets are important to put on the resume and it should be titled "Qualifications" and an explanation of them in the Job Experience Area . Voluntary work is usually very acceptable to the interviewer, but in case he or she has questions about it be ready to answer. If this work that you are doing for Career Village does not really apply to the job you are seeking, you can leave it off or put it on your resume as you see fit. If it doesn't apply to the job you are seeking, they will probably ask you why you are volunteering for this job. In others words are you interested in this kind of work. Be careful with this question because you may really want this job that you are interviewing for, so you have to come up with a good answer before you interview.
I hope this answer helped you to plan your resume properly. I feel you are looking to the future and are looking to present a comprehensive resume which is awesome, since a lot of people don't take the time for this. You should have no trouble putting this on your resume, just follow these suggestions. I wish you luck and if you have any other question please let me know.