The Manager, Program Operations will manage and coordinate all logistical aspects of Girls Who Code programs, including but not limited to the application, registration, and onboarding processes for our K-12 program models, program surveillance and evaluation, external messaging content creation, safety and risk management, and customer/inbound support.They
will be responsible for streamlining the operations and processes supporting program execution while ensuring consistently high standards.
Reporting to the Senior Manager, Program Operations, the ideal candidate will have exceptional implementation skills, be flexible and solutions-oriented, and be a cross-collaborative project manager who can balance both strategy and program management to continuously enhance quality and consistency. They bring experience working with students and families in an out-of-school setting and a commitment to the mission of Girls Who Code.
The successful candidate has at least four (4) years of demonstrated experience in project and/or program management preferably at an organization providing direct service to underrepresented communities.
Responsibilities: Systems and InfrastructureProvide advanced technical leadership and collaboration alongside the System Operations team to build processes to integrate and streamline across user platformsDesign and implement support systems for our K-12 program models to ensure two-way communication and successful user onboarding into our programsMonitor and evaluate utility, satisfaction, and success metrics to make process improvements and iterative design adjustments based on user feedbackWork with the Operations Team to continually improve efficiency and performance of systems
Responsibilities: Program LogisticsFacilitate both internal and external stakeholder trainings on navigation and utility of support platformsDevelop internal and external policies and processes for tracking student process and participation in our programsManage remote team members to support onboarding, customer service, technical fulfillment, and student incident escalationsProject manage and coordinate logistics around our print and online translation work
Responsibilities: Communication, Strategy & SupportDevelop a communication timeline and strategy to onboard students, families, volunteers, and corporate partners into our programsCoordinate all needed releases and waivers with key stakeholders across the organization and with external user groups Work with students and families to coordinate program accommodations as needed
QualificationsBachelor’s degree or equivalent applicable professional experienceMinimum of 4 years relevant work experience; preferably in nonprofit operations management with an education or youth development focusExperience working with complex operations, workflows, and systems; as well as designing and implementing new processesStrong project management skills, alongside an ability to anticipate, prioritize, and manage multiple tasksProcess improvement experience a plusFlexible and adaptable, comfortable working in a fast-paced environment where projects may be re-scoped or pivoted to better address organizational needs.Excellent communication skills, both verbal and writtenDetail-oriented with superb organizational skillsConsistently maintains a positive attitude and builds strong working relationshipsDemonstrated ability to work both independently and collaborativelyDemonstrated respect for diversity and multicultural sensitivityCommitment to mission of Girls Who CodeBelief that all girls can codeKnowledge of and/or interest in computer science, technology, and/or education preferred, but not required
Girls Who Code is committed to building a truly diverse and inclusive organization with a focus on valuing, serving, and understanding our target constituents, while challenging all stakeholders to think inclusively for the betterment of our programs.
Girls Who Code is an equal opportunity employer committed to a policy of equal treatment and opportunity in every aspect of its hiring and promotion process without regard to race, color, creed, religion, sexual orientation, partnership status, gender and/or gender identity or expression, marital, parental or familial status, national origin, ethnicity, veteran or military status, age, disability, or any other legally protected basis. Racial and ethnic minorities and men are encouraged to apply for vacant positions at all levels. GWC is not able to sponsor employment visas.