Girls Inc. seeks to attract talented professionals who possess a strong belief in our mission and a commitment to serving and empowering girls ages 6-18 in the greater Indianapolis area. 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.
Girls Inc. of Greater Indianapolis seeks a full-time manager to oversee and support the organization’s outreach program model and volunteer initiative. The Program Manager will be responsible for supporting a continuous system of program delivery for the outreach program model, which includes supporting program staff, planning and implementing summer camp, and monitoring impact on girls, partners, and volunteers.
This individual will also oversee the organization’s volunteer model. In collaboration with the Volunteer Coordinator, the Program Manager will monitor and analyze progress towards established volunteer goals, support the implementation of regularly scheduled volunteer stewardship events, and collaborate with the development department to maximize outcomes of corporate relationships.
Candidates must have obtained a bachelor’s degree and have 3-5 years’ experience in the nonprofit field with proven experience in recruiting and supervising both employees and volunteers. Candidates must also have experience in implementing programs with youth, with preference given to those who have done so in an outreach setting. Excellent writing, presentation, and verbal communication skills are required. To read the full job description, please click here.
Interested candidates can apply by sending a cover letter, resume, and salary requirements to email@example.com.
Seasonal Program Specialist
Girls Inc. of Greater Indianapolis seeks a Seasonal Program Specialist to facilitate programs for girls, ages 6-18, with the availability to plan and facilitate at least 5, 6-week session programs per program cycle, as needed. Responsibilities include preparing program materials and facilitating for groups of girls, ensuring the safety and positive discipline of girl participants, creating and maintaining an effective learning environment, and making a commitment to be present for all 6 sessions of all programs assigned each cycle.
Candidates should be comfortable with facilitating programs for groups of youth between the ages of 6 and 18 years of age, create a Girls Inc. environment during programs that adheres to the programming philosophy, communicate and work effectively with Program Support Coordinators during the program cycle, and demonstrate flexibility and availability when working with community partners Monday-Friday between 7:30 am-5:30 pm for an average of 10-15 hours a week as needed.
Candidates should be pursuing or have achieved a Bachelor’s degree, have a minimum 12 months experience in facilitating programs for groups of youth of at least 20 children and knowledge of youth development, possess skills in working with diverse groups and encouraging cooperative group work, and have a reliable and consistent method of transportation. Previous experience leading Girls Inc. programs in the last 12-24 months is a plus.
Interested candidates can apply by sending a cover letter and resume to Mackenzie Pickerrell, Director of Programs, at firstname.lastname@example.org.