Position Open as of June 21, 2017:

Program & Technology Coordinator: Women & STEM Nonprofit

Summary: National nonprofit seeks a Program & Technology Coordinator to support our small, close-knit team. We value communication, teamwork, and reliability. We work regular business hours in a beautiful waterfront office. This position combines project coordination with hands-on online multimedia technology to broaden participation of women in STEM by working virtually with teams of community college educators. This is a key position in the organization and the entry-level starting point with many opportunities to learn and grow.

About the Company: The Institute for Women in Trades, Technology and Science (IWITTS) has been operating for 20+ years and is a leader in gender equity in education. We are a nationally-recognized organization that helps schools – especially community colleges – increase the number of women in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) programs. Our projects and training system have been highlighted by the National Science Foundation for program effectiveness. Our Executive Director is a renowned expert in this field.

Responsibilities:

Training

  • Event coordination of our WomenTech Educators Online and In-person Training from sending out online marketing materials to our e-list to managing the contract process and administration of the training (example: scheduling training participant calls)
  • Technology coordination such as populating our online course learning system – Canvas – with revised training course materials
  • Customer service to our training participants (teams of college educators) virtually and on the phone
  • Moderation of quarterly Online Trainings, bi-annual Online Bootcamps, Webinars, and Annual Telesummit (online conference)
  • Travel support (book hotels and flights for Executive Director)

Multimedia/Technical

  • Send emails through ActiveCampaign email marketing platform and Canvas Online Learning System
  • Update website in Joomla!/InstaPage and training materials in Canvas
  • Track product orders in 1ShoppingCart/SendOwl
  • Format multimedia conference/training presentations in PowerPoint
  • Modify In-person Training manuals
  • Shoot and edit short videos quarterly
  • Prerecord and edit webinars and audio recording for our annual STEM Success for Women Telesummit

Marketing

  • Populate marketing dashboards in Excel to track online marketing campaign performance
  • Manage client/prospect lists in ActiveCampaign

Administration

  • We are a very small office, so keeping our office running – from helping with minor computer issues to working with vendors/fulfillment and very light invoicing/deposits in QuickBooks – is about 20% of the position. You will have the assistance of a high school or college intern.

Required Skills:

  1. Self-directed. *Loves* figuring out technology and solving problems and can do so independently using online resources and documentation. Must also be able to follow documentation for our existing procedures and perform successfully independently. Minimum 5 years’ experience including internships, volunteer opportunities, and personal projects. An example of a personal project would be having created your own active website or blog.
  2. Program coordination with a hands-on detail orientation – we are working with many college teams virtually across the country and there’s much to keep track of. Minimum 1-year including internships and volunteer opportunities.
  3. Team player. Coordinates and works well with other team members, great communicator. Minimum 1-year including internships and volunteer opportunities.
  4. Hands-on multimedia/technical experience in several areas. Intermediate skills in Excel and PowerPoint. Basic knowledge of HTML. Web design experience (beginning to intermediate), preferably in a content management system such as Joomla! preferred. Video, sound and webinar production a plus! Minimum 5 years’ experience including internships, volunteer opportunities, and personal projects.
  5. Bachelor’s Degree preferred (or equivalent on-the-job office experience).

Compensation / Hours / Location:

Starting Salary: Negotiable depending on experience.
Benefits: Paid Time Off, Health Insurance, Participation in 403(b) retirement plan
Schedule:40 hours, M-F 9 AM – 5:30 PM (hours negotiable).
Location: Onsite in our beautiful Alameda waterfront office.
Deadline to Apply: ASAP.
Websites: www.iwitts.org * https://www.linkedin.com/in/iwitts

The Institute for Women in Trades, Technology & Science is an Equal Opportunity Employer, drug free workplace, and complies with ADA regulations as applicable.

To Apply:

  1. Send a cover letter and a résumé via email to jobs[at]iwitts.org. Subject line should read: Program & Technology Coordinator.
  2. Describe your experience in each of the Responsibility Areas and in the Required Skills. Let us know if there are areas you have limited experience with and how you would come up to speed.
  3. Indicate your available start date and preferred schedule.
  4. Include your LinkedIn profile if you have one.
  5. Let us know your Salary Range Requirements (required for consideration).

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