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Careers

Our organization seeks to attract talented professionals who possess a strong belief in our mission and a commitment to customer service and relationship-building. Qualified applicants are encouraged to review our current career opportunities and submit documents as requested. Girls Inc. of Greater Indianapolis is an equal opportunity employer.

Available Positions at Girls Inc.:

Full-Time Positions

Controller:

Girls Inc. of Greater Indianapolis is seeking a permanent, full-time Controller who will work collaboratively with the President & CEO and Executive Team on operational and strategic issues, provide recommendations to the President & CEO via financial analysis and projections, cost identifications and allocations, and revenue/expense analysis. This individual will also oversee and manage the annual budgeting, financial forecasting and cash flow plan for the organization, including the collection of client and donor data in conjunction with the Development department. To see a full job description, please click here.

Candidates must have a Bachelor’s degree in accounting, with a minimum of 5 years of related work experience. Having previous experience with fund accounting, accounts payable, payroll, and general ledger is required, while non-profit experience is preferred. Candidates must have knowledge and understanding of internal controls, and dedication to maintaining confidentiality, as well as knowledge of and experience with spreadsheet applications and accounting software, Office software applications, and accounting software – preferably QuickBooks.

Interested and qualified candidates can apply by sending a cover letter, resume, and salary expectations to careers@girlsincindy.org.

Program Support Coordinator:

Girls Inc. of Greater Indianapolis is seeking a full-time, exempt Program Support Coordinator. The Program Support Coordinator is responsible for developing and maintaining effective program partnerships, as well as coordinate and support programs and volunteers at school and community based partner locations, during the school year and summer outreach. This individual will manage daily program and personnel schedules for assigned program, and practice consistent risk management in all areas of program support; communicating organizational procedures to program volunteers via volunteer training.

Candidates must have a Bachelor’s degree in nonprofit studies, education, human development, or other related field, and have 2+ years’ experience in coordinating youth programming, supporting volunteers, and working with community collaboration and knowledge of youth development. To see a full job description, please click here.

Interested candidates can apply by sending a cover letter, resume, and salary expectations to Mackenzie Pickerrell, Director of Programs, at mcain@girlsincindy.org.

Seasonal Positions

Seasonal Program Specialist:

Girls Inc. of Greater Indianapolis is seeking seasonal employees to deliver programs and engage girls, ages 6 to 18 years old, in Girls Inc. Programs. The Seasonal Program Specialist is expected to plan and facilitate 6 week programs, demonstrate flexibility and adaptability, and have availability to work with community partners Monday through Friday between 7:30 am to 6:00 pm for an average of 10-15 hours a week as needed and creating and maintaining an effective learning environment in alignment with Girls Inc. programming philosophy. The Seasonal Program Specialist must also be able to communicate regularly with the Program Support Coordinators and/or Director of Programs regarding problems, needs or suggested recommendations for changes. The Seasonal Program Specialist will also help in maintaining program materials, attendance records, outcome measurement activities, feedback surveys, and complete a 6-hour training in order to gain the skills needed to facilitate programs.

Candidates must have a minimum of 12 months experience in facilitating programs of youth of at least 20 children, and be pursuing or have already achieved a bachelor’s degree in education, human development, gender studies, social work, or a related field. Having previous experience leading Girls Inc. programs in the last 12-24 months is a plus. Skills in working with diverse groups and creative program implementation style are a must. Candidates should have the ability to manage multiple priorities and projects and be flexible and adaptable in a dynamic environment, and be sure to represent Girls Inc. professionally in all settings. Reliable and consistent transportation is required.

Interested candidates can apply by sending a cover letter and resume to Mackenzie Pickerrell, Director of Programs, at mcain@girlsincindy.org.

Internships (unpaid)

Program Facilitator:
Girls Inc. of Greater Indianapolis is seeking seasonal, as needed, Program Facilitators. Our program facilitators deliver Girls Inc. programs to girls in the following groups: ages 6-8, ages 9-11, and ages 12-14.Ideal candidates will have experience working with diverse groups and facilitating programs for groups of youth; and must enjoy working with children and promoting a positive environment for youth.

Candidates must have knowledge of youth development, experience engaging youth as a leader of pre-planned programs/activities at a church, community center or school, in addition, the ability to discuss demonstrated group behavior management techniques and apply those techniques in a classroom setting with 15-20 girls. Pursuing a bachelor or associates degree and preferably 1+ years of experience in planning and implementing programs that achieve established outcomes, also preferred.

All intern candidates are required to submit a cover letter and resume to Mackenzie Pickerrell, Director of Programs, at mcain@girlsincindy.org. Individuals must apply by the following deadlines: August 1st for fall semester opportunities and January 1st for winter semester opportunities. Cover letters and resumes received after the deadline will be reviewed for consideration for the next semester. Qualified applicants will be invited to interview and must consent to background screening and attend training prior to acceptance. Girls Inc. of Greater Indianapolis conducts an equal opportunity internship program.

Development Intern:
Girls Inc. of Greater Indianapolis seeks a part-time, seasonal intern to advocate and raise awareness for Girls Inc. of Greater Indianapolis by assisting with development activities and fundraising events. Intern will develop and/or polish professional skills in the area of fundraising and philanthropy, gain experience working with a brand conscious organization, and have the opportunity to assist with donor research and strategy, campaign mailings, data entry, and gift acknowledgement processes.

Candidates must be pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in Nonprofit Management, Fundraising, Event Planning, Business Administration, Operations/Project Management or related field. Demonstrate excellent writing, presentation, and verbal communication skills; moderate experience with working with social media platforms; strong organizational skills, with keen attention to details, as well as excellent problem solving abilities and a reliable and consistent method of transportation are also required.

All intern candidates are required to submit a cover letter and resume to Shannon Cochran, Donor Relations and Events Manager, at scochran@girlsincindy.org. Individuals must apply by the following deadlines: July 1st for Fall semester opportunities (August – December), December 1st for Spring semester opportunities (January – May), April 1st for Summer semester opportunities (May – August). Girls Inc. of Greater Indianapolis conducts an equal opportunity internship program.

Public Relations Intern:
Girls Inc. of Greater Indianapolis seeks a part-time, seasonal intern to advocate and raise awareness for Girls Inc. of Greater Indianapolis through the planning and implementation of organizational communications, public and media relations strategies, and special events. An ideal candidate will develop and/or polish professional public relations skills, experience working with a brand conscious organization, and have the opportunity for future job references.

Candidates must be pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in Public Relations, Journalism, Marketing, Communications or related field. Excellent writing, presentation, and verbal communication skills, experience with organizational social media presence, knowledge of media relations and event planning, experience using email marketing and CMS systems, and a reliable and consistent method of transportation are also required.

All intern candidates are required to submit a cover letter and resume to Maggie Butchko, Grants and Public Relations Manager, at mbutchko@girlsincindy.org. Individuals must apply by the following deadlines: December 1st for Spring semester opportunities (January – May), April 1st for Summer semester opportunities (May – August) and July 1st for Fall semester opportunities (August – December). Girls Inc. of Greater Indianapolis conducts an equal opportunity internship program.

*The Public Relations Internship position has been filled for Summer 2018.

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