Manager, Program Implementation

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 by equipping young women with the necessary computing skills to pursue 21st-century opportunities.


Training Design and Execution
Create training content for Facilitators to support the activation and launch of their Clubs
Support the delivery of high-quality workshops, and individual action-based sessions for Facilitators on student recruitment and other key areas of programming
Develop and implement strategies for hosting and leading online training sessions across the country
Strategy and Evaluation
Create tools to effectively collect feedback from Facilitators and evaluate the efficacy of GWC’s, resources, and support systems
Evaluate engagement data to set targets for annual Club renewal planning and monitor progress towards goals
Support the program enrollment process by ensuring that all programs are equipped with the tools and relevant materials to launch programming
Communication and Events
Create proactive and just-in-time communication campaigns to support Clubs Facilitators and Summer Immersion Program staff
Define structures and protocols to respond to inbound communications from program leaders
Plan and moderate content for partner-driven engagements, including monthly Women in Tech Talk webinars
Organize visits to Clubs for Girls Who Code staff
Advise on programmatic feedback from Facilitators and field staff on a quarterly basis
Provide ad hoc support for volunteer and community activation for campaigns and events and other engagements as needed
Personnel Management
Direct management and professional development for 1-2 direct reports (can


Bachelor’s Degree preferred
Customer service experience required
Experience managing a team of remote support specialists
Experience planning and managing logistical details of large-scale events including: budget, travel accommodations, space reservation, and vendor deliveries
Successful track record in setting, communicating and maintaining timelines and priorities on cross-functional projects
Able to develop and implement a communication strategy with an emphasis on creating a high-quality, scalable campaigns
Aptitude for strategic development with an emphasis on creating a high-quality yet scalable instructor experience
Ability to create materials and execute programs that instill instructor confidence and competence
Demonstrated success in teaching computer science to middle-/high-school students and/or adults
Knowledge of computer science education space
Excellent people skills with an ability to balance priorities, negotiate, and work with a variety of internal and external partners.
Strong leadership abilities and willingness to pitch-in, problem solve, and identify areas of improvement across the organization
Flexibility & ability to work in a fast-paced, dynamic environment with changing requirements
Personal qualities of integrity, credibility, maturity and confidence
Commitment to Girls Who Code’s mission

Application instructions

Contact email: [email protected]

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