SIP Teacher Logistics Coordinator

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.


Teacher Onboarding & Support:
Create HQ, Slack, and Expensify accounts for Teaching Team.
Monitor submission of partner-specific forms on Docusign.
Track systems onboarding for Teaching Team. Monitor completion of Teaching Team bios. Monitor completion of Teacher onboarding tasks and reach out proactively to ensure timely completion of onboarding tasks. Communicate updates and prepare accurate reports about onboarding progress to Director of Curriculum, Curriculum & Instruction Manager, and People & Culture team. Take on special projects as needed to support Teaching Staff which may include: Researching and coordinating affordable housing options with Universities in SIP cities for SIP teaching staff.

Teacher Training Logistics:
Coordinate key training logistics including: Confirming menus.
Compiling room lists.
Tracking and assisting with AmEx booking of teacher travel.
Ordering print materials for training.
Ordering and shipping materials to our training venue.
Ordering and ensuring timely delivery of swag for teacher training.
Attend and support in-person training including Attending two in-person teacher training sessions (one in May and one in June), travel, lodging, and meals provided by GWC. Assisting with room set-up at training.
Assisting with day-of logistics and coordination between trainers and our venue.

Teacher Communications:
Upload and send email communications to hired Teaching staff through Campaign monitor.


Believe that all girls can code, and be excited to work to close the gender gap in tech.
Have 1-3 years of applicable experience, which may include customer service, event coordination, vendor coordination and management, HR coordination. Be able to learn new systems, tools, and technologies quickly.
Be proficient or able to quickly build proficiency with GSuite tools including Docs, Slides, and Sheets.
Be comfortable working and collaborating with in-person and remote team members.
Be able to work independently and track multiple processes and projects at the same time.
Be highly organized and detail-oriented, clearly and regularly documenting progress, and able to identify mistakes and inefficiencies.
Have excellent communication and interpersonal skills. You are comfortable communicating in a variety of formats as needed including phone, email, video chat, and in-person. You are proactive in your communication with stakeholders.
Have strong project management skills, including tools to work with a distributed team.
Embrace challenges and adopt new responsibilities with creativity, initiative, and self-direction.
Be an intellectually curious and responsive team contributor, delivering and receiving feedback regularly.
Demonstrate comfort with adjusting work to evolving priorities in a dynamic work environment.

Application instructions

Contact email: [email protected]

1) A current resume or CV
2) A cover letter: Please include in your cover letter a summary of your logistics, coordination, and communications experience, a description of how you heard about this role, what motivated you to apply, and why you believe you'd be successful.

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