International Partnership Coordinator, International
Girls Who Code
About the organization
Girls Who Code is a nonprofit organization which aims to support and increase the number of women in computer science. The organization is working to close the gender employment difference in technology and change the image of what a programmer looks like.
Secure, manage and cultivate partnerships with local community-based organizations to support the expansion of our Clubs program
Conduct research, landscape analysis and synthesize information to target schools, libraries and sites for Clubs
Create a comprehensive outreach plan with the goal of educating partners about our Club model.
Work closely with Community Partner Managers to ensure that the recruitment strategy being implemented is effective and meeting recruitment targets
Coordinate responses to inbound email and web questions
Submit weekly status updates and meet monthly application targets
Meet weekly with a manager for 1:1 check-ins and weekly team meetings
Represent Girls Who Code at targeted meetings, community events and conferences to increase brand recognition and increase applications to our Clubs
Host information sessions and applications workshops to support families with completing applications for our Clubs
Convert interested applicants to completing the Clubs application through phone banking and additional individualized follow up
Travel to areas within assigned geographies as necessary for community partner cultivation and management
Passion for our mission to close the gender gap in technology fields through a commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion
Bachelor’s degree required
Prior experience managing school and/or community relationships
Ability to navigate and operate comfortably within different cultures
Successful track record in setting priorities, shaping processes, and executing quickly and effectively
Data driven: the ability to track outcomes through set goals
Excellent communication, presentation and people skills with an ability to balance priorities, negotiate, and work with a variety of internal and external stakeholders
Comfortable working independently and being a part of a remote, distributed team
Ability and willingness to travel as necessary
Comfortable working effectively under pressure to meet tight deadlines and goals
Proactive and self-motivated; you follow-through with projects from start to finish
Detail-oriented, with superb organizational skills
Must be highly knowledgeable of the community in and surrounding the specific region
Experience with Google Suite and Salesforce preferred
Knowledge of and/or interest in computer science, technology, and/or education preferred
Contact email: [email protected]
Girls Who Code is an international non-profit organization working to close the gender gap in technology. Through our programs, we are leading the movement to inspire, educate, and equip young women with the skills to pursue careers in technology fields. Girls Who Code is searching for a dynamic, results-oriented Clubs Success Specialists to support international volunteer Facilitators in the implementation of our free Clubs Program, including adoption of our custom curriculum delivery system, Girls Who Code HQ. Volunteer Facilitators will be based in Canada, the U.K. and India. The ideal candidate has experience cultivating and maintaining relationships with volunteers, providing high-quality customer support, and driving adoption of technology systems. They bring experience working with and coaching educators and a passion for reaching students at scale.
This is a contracted, hourly (25 hours per week) position from August through December.
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