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Development Assistant

Looking to hire as soon as possible

Must be living or plan to live in Washington State by start date.

Remote with occasional in-person meetings.



Development fundraising assistant “Administrative Assistant” with (upward mobility)
Part-Time - 20 - 25 hours
$25/hour
Benefits: health insurance and 5% retirement
Start date: January 30 - Feb 28


Job description

We seek an organized and energetic administrative professional with superb interpersonal skills and an interest in nonprofit development and fundraising.



As the Administrative Assistant, you will provide administrative coordination and support to the Administrative Team. Reporting to the Development Manager, this role requires handling a wide range of administrative support tasks. In addition, the Administrative Assistant will collaborate with daily tasks, projects, and other duties as assigned. This role has the potential for upward mobility.


Primary Responsibilities

Assist with scheduling and managing logistics for staff meetings and retreats, Gala event, special events, and trainings.
Assist with volunteer management, data entry, and special projects as needed;
Acts as a communication point with volunteers, ensuring volunteers stay informed and engaged with current GOKiC volunteer opportunities.
Work with the Development Manager to support donor engagement activities, including coordinating meetings between Executive Director and major donors and preparing materials for donor meetings.
Support the maintenance of a regular social media presence as necessary.
Provide administrative assistance to other departments, as needed
Other duties as assigned.

What We Offer

This role will offer amazing opportunities to add value, contribute, and make a difference while enjoying new challenges, a collaborative and diverse team, and professional development opportunities. All employees are currently working remotely with some in-person meetings and special events.





Salary and Benefits:

$25.00 / hr, 20-25 hours per week

GOKiC also offers a generous paid time off plan, free medical, dental, vision, orca transportation cards, and a 403(b) plan (Starting summer of 2022).

As of October 18, 2021, GOKiC staff are required to either be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 or have been granted a religious or medical exemption. Philosophical exemptions are not permitted.

Application Procedure

Submit resume and cover letter to Judy@gokic.org and include LinkedIn profile.



For more information

Inquiries may be directed to Judy@gokic.org



Employment Practice

Geeking Out Kids of Color is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Applications are considered without regard to race, age, sex, color, creed, religion, disability, national origin, marital status, mental or physical handicap, sexual orientation, and expression of gender identity or any other classification protected by law. We encourage people of color and residents of the communities we serve to apply.

Categories:-

Fundraising, Communications, Event Planning

Seattle, WA (Remote)

Job Location:-

spot/s left

Educator

Educator
Full Time - 32 hours
$23 - $27 / hour
Benefits: health insurance and 5% retirement
Start date: April - May, 2022


Job Description



The Educator for Geeking Out Kids of Color will develop and implement our established curricula, including but not limited to curriculum building and scaffolding, teaching, youth and family engagements such as recruitment, showcases, relationship building, and communications. Professional development is an ongoing expectation of this position which includes the attendance of workshops, conferences, and ongoing self-directed reading.



About Geeking Out Kids of Color (GOKiC):

GOKiC, www.gokic.org, is a BiPOC-led nonprofit organization with a mission of the liberation of BIPOC youth through technology and mentorship by developing decolonized tech education programs to nurture community leaders of change.



Responsibilities



Teaching - 50%

Preparation for classroom activities, virtual or in-person
In-class teaching, leading students through various activities and providing structure at a pace that considers all students’ capacity to follow along
Reflection of that day’s classroom session, with areas of celebration and areas of opportunity for improvement and growth
Tracking attendance and noticing trends over time
Evaluation and feedback of individual’s performance and improvement
Engaging with partners at respective sites


Curriculum Development 25%

Working with other educators in creating a program for subsequent classroom curricula
Testing curricula for the purposes of ensuring high standard of quality and enjoyment
Scaffolding


Youth and Family Engagement 10%

Recruitment of students to enroll in our programs
Showcasing our programs’ successes
Building relationships with our partners and community members
Communications via email with all vital members and participants of our organization


Professional Development 10%

Attendance of workshops in which team members will learn emerging skills helpful to performance of role
Conferences with similar non-profit organizations in further professional development
Readings on topics that parallel our mission and help create disciplinary breadth
Growth and Empowerment Process


Administrative 5%

Responding to and composing work-related emails
Being part of regular all-staff meetings
One-on-one progress and debriefing meetings


Core Competencies



Knowledge of critical race theory with the ability to teach youth
Cultural competency (know positionality within classroom environment),
Basic knowledge of computing and coding
Foundational knowledge of teaching techniques and classroom management
Knowledge and skills to support social emotional development in children
Basic knowledge of child development
Knowledge of project management (setting deadlines, planning, goal settings, etc.).


Preferred Education, Experience, Abilities

A bachelor’s degree or associate's degree with a background in math, science, social science, and/or English. Technology majors receive extra consideration..
Available a minimum of 32 hours between 10 am - 8 pm Monday through Friday. Must be available to attend occasional morning, evening, and weekend meetings..
Must have experience working with multicultural youth who are overcoming intersecting barriers to success.
Additional consideration given to: Two or more years teaching/training experience, two or more years working with youth academic program development, and/or two or more years of relevant work experience managing large groups of volunteers and/or interns, or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Multilingual skills are a plus.
Interest in building curricula for and teaching Computer Science and/or Coding.
Engaging and managing volunteers
Knowledgeable around racial & gender theory, decolonization in education, and critical white theory.
Coming from a background similar to the community we serve is desired.
Must be a self-starter, dependable, have strong problem-solving skills, and have the ability to use good judgment as necessary.
Must have reliable and independent transportation.
Must be committed to creating and sustaining a learning environment in which students and fellow employees feel safe, supported, and encouraged; foster an environment that is inclusive, culturally rich, and bias-free.




Benefits:

GOKiC also offers a generous paid time off plan, medical, dental, vision, orca transportation cards, and 403(b) plan (Starting summer of 2022).

As of October 18, 2021, GOKiC staff are required to either be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 or have been granted a religious or medical exemption. Philosophical exemptions are not permitted.

Application Procedure

See job posting on Idealist to apply or email a resume and cover letter to Judy@gokic.org, please include LinkedIn profile.

https://www.idealist.org/en/nonprofit-job/c96308fff8be4f06aaf2c40ab2782f50-educator-geeking-out-kids-of-color-gokic-seattle


For more information

Inquiries may be directed to Judy@gokic.org



Employment Practice

Geeking Out Kids of Color is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Applications are considered without regard to race, age, sex, color, creed, religion, disability, national origin, marital status, mental or physical handicap, sexual orientation, and expression of gender identity or any other classification protected by law. We encourage people of color and residents of the communities we serve to apply.

Categories:-

Educator, Assistant, Community Outreach,

Seattle, WA

Job Location:-

spot/s left

Operations Manager

Operations manager:
0.8FTE - (32 hours flexible Monday - Friday, having Fridays off are ok)
95% Remote and 5% in-person, as needed
$49,000-$51,000
Benefits: health insurance and 5% retirement
Start date: January 30 - Feb 28

Job description

GOKiC is looking for someone who has strong operations experience to help establish operations and policies to support our growth. They should also have knowledge in using a decolonized lens to create equitable policies. The Operations Manager provides administrative, finance, and operational support and serves a key role in operationalizing and implementing the organization’s strategic and business plans. They should align with our mission & vision and come from similar communities we serve. This role is newly created to expand organizational growth and will report directly to the Executive Director.

Primary Responsibilities

General Operations Strategy - 60%
Manages the overall office functionality, flow, and organization.
Serve as an ambassador for GOKiC at all times both formally and informally.
Work with the ED and offer guidance on strategic issues, goal setting, and programs.
Support the hiring process and onboarding procedures, ​​developing a collaborative environment that inspires and aligns staff to work toward vision and goals.
Serve as office manager and manage all aspects of its effective operation, including selecting vendors and purchasing & monitoring equipment, services, and supplies.
Implementing, communicating, and maintaining quality control policies and personnel policies (e.g., Employment Handbook) and other written materials as assigned
Deploy resources efficiently and effectively toward organizational goals, working with leads to balance staff workload and effort, timesheet management, and provide regular feedback so that staff can continuously improve their leadership.
Work with Directors and Program Manager team to monitor income and expenses
Provide administrative support including budgeting, cost volume development, and paying department and program bills
Adhere to all Volunteer Services protocol relative to volunteer usage, recognition, and monitoring
Manage administrative volunteer onboarding (obtaining fingerprinting documentation, liability waivers, etc)
Ensure that GOKiC is in legal compliance with all federal, state, and local laws.

Operations policies - 10%
Update and implement employee culture book
Manage & develop operations, finance, HR, and legal policies for GOKiC
Inform and train staff on current and new organizational policies

Reporting and Data Management - 20%
Provide guidance in preparing monthly financial reports and invoices
Provide occasional editorial support on technical project deliverables
Completes documentation and reporting as required by funding sources
Assists in tracking operational and program expenses and other fiscal records for the organization.
Assist in updating monthly financial and labor trackers, and forecasts for department-led and -involved projects.
Input invoices and receipts to Quickbooks

Organizational culture and morale - 10%
Influence & lead GOKiC culture to create a space that allows staff to connect with the mission and work within the community.
Implement an org-wide survey to evaluate staff morale and culture of GOKiC and implement strategies to keep a positive work environment.


This position description generally describes the principle functions of the position, the level of knowledge and skills typically required, and the general scope of responsibility. It is not intended as a complete list of specific duties and responsibilities and should not be considered an all-inclusive listing of work requirements. The Operations Manager will provide support with special projects, as needed.

What We Offer

This role will offer opportunities to add value, contribute, and make a difference while enjoying new challenges, a collaborative and diverse team, and professional development opportunities. All employees are currently working remotely with some in-person meetings and special events.

Salary and Benefits:

Salary: $49,000-$51,000 per year full time salaried 32 hours per week
Benefits: GOKiC also offers 20 days of time off, 11 observed paid holidays, free medical, dental, vision, monthly bus pass, and 403(b) plan (Starting summer of 2022).
As of October 18, 2021, GOKiC staff are required to either be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 or have been granted a religious or medical exemption. Philosophical exemptions are not permitted.

Application Procedure

Submit resume and cover letter to Judy@gokic.org and include LinkedIn profile.


For more information

Inquiries may be directed to Judy@gokic.org

Employment Practice
Geeking Out Kids of Color is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Applications are considered without regard to race, age, sex, color, creed, religion, disability, national origin, marital status, mental or physical handicap, sexual orientation, and expression of gender identity or any other classification protected by law. We encourage people of color and residents of the communities we serve to apply.

Categories:-

Nonprofit sector, operations manager, Fiscal Management, HR

Seattle, WA (Remote)

Job Location:-

spot/s left

Administrative Assistant

Looking to hire as soon as possible

Must be living or plan to live in Washington State by start date.

Remote with occasional in-person meetings.



Development fundraising assistant “Administrative Assistant” with (upward mobility)
Part-Time - 20 - 25 hours
$25/hour
Benefits: health insurance and 5% retirement
Start date: January 30 - Feb 28


Job description

We seek an organized and energetic administrative professional with superb interpersonal skills and an interest in nonprofit development and fundraising.



As the Administrative Assistant, you will provide administrative coordination and support to the Administrative Team. Reporting to the Development Manager, this role requires handling a wide range of administrative support tasks. In addition, the Administrative Assistant will collaborate with daily tasks, projects, and other duties as assigned. This role has the potential for upward mobility.


Primary Responsibilities

Assist with scheduling and managing logistics for staff meetings and retreats, Gala event, special events, and trainings.
Assist with volunteer management, data entry, and special projects as needed;
Acts as a communication point with volunteers, ensuring volunteers stay informed and engaged with current GOKiC volunteer opportunities.
Work with the Development Manager to support donor engagement activities, including coordinating meetings between Executive Director and major donors and preparing materials for donor meetings.
Support the maintenance of a regular social media presence as necessary.
Provide administrative assistance to other departments, as needed
Other duties as assigned.

What We Offer

This role will offer amazing opportunities to add value, contribute, and make a difference while enjoying new challenges, a collaborative and diverse team, and professional development opportunities. All employees are currently working remotely with some in-person meetings and special events.





Salary and Benefits:

$25.00 / hr, 20-25 hours per week

GOKiC also offers a generous paid time off plan, free medical, dental, vision, orca transportation cards, and a 403(b) plan (Starting summer of 2022).

As of October 18, 2021, GOKiC staff are required to either be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 or have been granted a religious or medical exemption. Philosophical exemptions are not permitted.

Application Procedure

Submit resume and cover letter to Judy@gokic.org and include LinkedIn profile.




For more information

Inquiries may be directed to Judy@gokic.org



Employment Practice

Geeking Out Kids of Color is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Applications are considered without regard to race, age, sex, color, creed, religion, disability, national origin, marital status, mental or physical handicap, sexual orientation, and expression of gender identity or any other classification protected by law. We encourage people of color and residents of the communities we serve to apply.

Categories:-

Fundraising, Communications, Event Planning

Seattle, WA (Remote)

Job Location:-

spot/s left

Program Coordinator

Collective Youth Educator
Fulltime - 40 hours
$52K -$57K salary
Benefits: health insurance and 5% retirement
Start date: January 30

Job description

The Program Coordinator for Collective Youth will develop and implement the program and lead activities, including but not limited to technology enrichment, professional development workshops, and overseeing the volunteer mentorship program for young adults ages 14-24.

Collective Youth, www.collectiveyouth.tech, is a student-led program within Geeking Out Kids of Color, www.gokic.org I BIPOC led nonprofit organization, that focuses on supporting BIPOC young adults by introducing them into the tech field through tech education or supporting them in finding internships and mock interviews with other tech professionals. This position will be heavily coordinating a student-led program.

Collective Youth Program Overview
Tech education through project-based skill building
Internship applications
Interpersonal professional skill development
Application of social justice theory
Mentorship and College Transition Support
Tech events for networking

Tech Enrichment: This program liberates youth by redefining relationships with technology through a curriculum centered around competitive programming and social justice. Youth participate twice a week throughout the school year and summer. Each session includes community building time and algorithm classes.

College Mentorship: Collective Youth college participants will be matched with a mentor who offers ongoing support, including the following activities:
1:1 check-ins on at least a quarterly basis, or more, with Collective Youth participants in college, focused on goal-setting and academic progress.
Mock interviews, resume building, and other career preparation activities.
High School Workshops:
Group Events in the following categories: Financial Aid 101, College Application Workshop, Career Panel, College Student Panel

Collective Youth Hub: Bimonthly peer-to-peer networking for college students and young adults pursuing jobs in tech and providing support to one another with job-seeking applications, and career exploration activities.

Events focused on high school seniors and incoming college freshmen to connect with mentors, understand different college environments, build community, and learn additional skills that are not formally taught in schools, such as computational thinking and tech innovation.

Volunteer Mentors: Working directly with BIPOC professionals in key industries to offer 1:1 and group networking opportunities, mock interviews, and to provide context for young people on their experience working in these industries.


Responsibilities

Manage a caseload of approximately 45 participants, preparing young people for a professional and collaborative leadership work ethic in technology fields:
Making progress to graduate from their institution.
Understanding how to apply critical race and gender theory to create software and new technology, especially important to be done by BIPOC communities and educated allies.
Applying to internships as a team as we are focusing more on the angle of cooperation instead of competition.
Take initiative in developing technical skills and teamwork skills and prepare young people for a professional and collaborative leadership work ethic.


Program Activities: (During the school year program activities are 40% of the time, during summer session program activities are 60% of the time).
Teach youth computer science through our curriculum and bring in professional volunteers to teach Enrichment activities twice a week.
Network with tech professionals in the area to bring them into this program and support our youth that is looking to get into the tech field.
Develop and administer workshops and special events during the academic year and summer.
Utilize current knowledge of college admissions processes, college enrollment processes, trends in higher education, and financial aid processes.
Work with youth to identify areas of interest, passion, and skill development, and support youth through Computer Science (CS) projects that showcase their learning.
Foster a positive, safe, respectful, and engaging environment for all participants.
Volunteer recruitment and management.


Community Outreach: (During the school year outreach is 30% of the time, during summer outreach is 20% of the time)
Build and maintain relationships with target school staff, community organizations, and high school/college/university personnel to address identified needs and facilitate access to critical resources for students and families.
Recruit and retain students in the program.
Prepare and distribute marketing materials.
Maintain professional and respectful communication with staff, faculty, and students from diverse backgrounds such as racial, ethnic, religious, linguistic, gender, age, sexual orientation, socio-economic, and with diverse physical and learning disabilities.
Maintain positive working relationships with families, partnering personnel, and other key partners.

Administrative: (During the school year program support is 30% of the time, during summer program support is 20%)
Maintain accurate and timely records, including monthly and bi-annual reporting, among other tasks.
Hire and supervise 4 Youth Leaders.
Help track student academic achievement.
Maintain key project documents and communication to support different aspects of the program, including periodic reports, student files, and updates.
Monitor attendance.

Other duties as assigned.

Salary and Benefits:

Salary: $52,000 - $57,000 per year full time salaried 40 hours per week
GOKiC also offers a generous paid time off plan, free medical, dental, vision, orca transportation cards, and 403(b) plan (Starting summer of 2022).
As of October 18, 2021, GOKiC staff are required to either be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 or have been granted a religious or medical exemption. Philosophical exemptions are not permitted.

Application Procedure

Submit resume and cover letter to Judy@gokic.org and include LinkedIn profile.


For more information
Inquiries may be directed to Judy@gokic.org

Employment Practice
Geeking Out Kids of Color is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Applications are considered without regard to race, age, sex, color, creed, religion, disability, national origin, marital status, mental or physical handicap, sexual orientation, and expression of gender identity or any other classification protected by law. We encourage people of color and residents of the communities we serve to apply.

Categories:-

Educator, Program Coordinator, Community Outreach

Seattle, WA

Job Location:-

spot/s left

Educator Assistant

Educator Assistant
Part Time - 20 hours
$19 - $23 / hour
Start date: January 30 - Feb 28

Job Description

The Educator Assistant for Geeking Out Kids of Color will help the Educator(s) develop and implement our established curricula, including but not limited to curriculum building and scaffolding, teaching, youth and family engagements such as recruitment, showcases, relationship building, and communications as directed by their lead. Professional development is an ongoing expectation of this position and may lead to opportunities as a full Educator.

Responsibilities

Teaching - 50%
Assisting with preparation for classroom activities, virtual or in-person
In-class teaching, leading students through various activities and providing structure at a pace that considers all students’ capacity to follow along at the direction of their lead
Reflection of that day’s classroom session, with areas of celebration and areas of opportunity for improvement and growth
Assisting with attendance tracking

Curriculum Development 25%
Working with other educators in creating a program for subsequent classroom curricula under the supervision of of an experienced lead
Testing curricula for the purposes of ensuring high standard of quality and enjoyment

Youth and Family Engagement 10%
Recruitment of students to enroll in our programs
Showcasing our programs’ successes

Professional Development 10%
Attendance of workshops in which team members will learn emerging skills helpful to performance of role
Readings on topics that parallel our mission and help create disciplinary breadth
Growth and Empowerment Process

Administrative 5%
Responding to and composing work-related emails
Being part of regular all-staff meetings
One-on-one progress and debriefing meetings

Core Competencies

Knowledge of critical race theory with the ability to teach youth
Cultural competency (know positionality within classroom environment),
Basic knowledge of computing and coding
Foundational knowledge of teaching techniques and classroom management
Knowledge and skills to support social emotional development in children
Basic knowledge of child development
Knowledge of project management (setting deadlines, planning, goal settings, etc.).

As of October 18, 2021, GOKiC staff are required to either be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 or have been granted a religious or medical exemption. Philosophical exemptions are not permitted.
Application Procedure
Submit resume and cover letter to the Idealist website, must include LinkedIn profile:
https://www.idealist.org/en/nonprofit-job/df0128e1e02b4a17a4a7c21a17398210-educator-assistant-geeking-out-kids-of-color-gokic-seattle

For more information
Inquiries may be directed to Judy@gokic.org

Employment Practice
Geeking Out Kids of Color is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Applications are considered without regard to race, age, sex, color, creed, religion, disability, national origin, marital status, mental or physical handicap, sexual orientation, and expression of gender identity or any other classification protected by law. We encourage people of color and residents of the communities we serve to apply.

Categories:-

Educator, Assistant, Community Outreach,

Seattle, WA

Job Location:-

spot/s left