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Evaluation Consultant Request for Proposals

GGE is seeking the support of an Evaluation Consultant to help us understand our impact as an organization. We are seeking a six-month engagement with a consultant to enable our leadership team and staff to develop a regular rhythm of learning, reflecting, and adapting for enhanced impact. Our full request for proposals, including how to submit a proposal, is here.

The priority deadline to apply is March 31, 2020. 


National Young Women’s Initiative Fellow

GGE is seeking a full-time National Young Women’s Initiative Fellow to support the expansion of GGE’s civic engagement program that stemmed from the New York City Young Women’s Initiative. This is a unique role for a skilled organizer, administrator, and facilitator with youth and adults who has a vision for young cis and trans women and girls of color and gender non-conforming/non-binary (GNC/NB) youth of color shaping and leading local and national policy change. The full job description is here

How to Apply:

All applications will be received via email.  No phone calls or snail mail, please. All applications must include (in PDF format):

  • Resume
  • Thoughtful cover letter (including how you became aware of this opportunity: job portal, referral, etc.)

E-mail applications to: JoinTheTeam@ggenyc.org with the subject line: National Young Women’s Initiative Fellow/YOUR NAME

The priority application deadline is March 31, 2020. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis.


Bookkeeper

GGE is seeking a part-time/per diem Bookkeeper to join our team. This is an exciting position for an experienced financial analyst who is invested in ethical and accurate fiscal management that will track, allocate and preserve the investments and work of GGE. This role is essential to the growth of the operations team and the organization. The ideal applicant will have experience in accounting and quantitative data analysis for nonprofit organizations. Accounting certifications are a plus. This role will initially be focused on financial reconciliation, for the organization’s programs and organizing work. The full job description is here. 

How to Apply:

All applications should be sent via email and  include (in PDF format):

  • Resume
  • Thoughtful cover letter (including how you became aware of this opportunity: job portal, referral, etc.)

E-mail applications to: JoinTheTeam@ggenyc.org

Subject Line: Bookkeeper/YOUR NAME

The priority application deadline is March 31, 2020. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis.


Development Manager

GGE is seeking a full-time Development Manager to actively support fund development and cultivation activities. The Development Manager works closely with the Director of Development and Deputy Director Of Development to identify, solicit, and steward gifts in support of GGE’s mission. This includes, but is not limited to, writing grants and reports, acknowledgements/thank you letters, database maintenance, input and report generation, and fundraising event planning/support. The full job description is here

How to Apply:

All applications should be sent via email and must include (in PDF format):

  • Resume
  • Thoughtful cover letter (including how you became aware of this opportunity: job portal, referral, etc.)
  • Grant and/or other narrative writing sample of 3-5 pages

E-mail applications to: JoinTheTeam@ggenyc.org

Subject Line: Development Manager/YOUR NAME

The priority application deadline is March 31, 2020. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis.


Senior Director of Campaigns

GGE is seeking a full-time Senior Director of Campaigns to join our team. This position will utilize organizing, policy and activism strategies to harness and mobilize the cultural clout, creativity, and energy of young cis, trans and non-binary youth of color, and their allies, to run campaigns that support GGE’s mission. This is a remarkable position for an effective and experienced campaigner who has driven social justice issues and/or political candidates at the city, state and federal level forward, with a particular focus on anti-racist, feminist/womanist/queer issues and communities. This role will initially be focused on building upon our existing community and relationships across New York State and building a strategy for GGE to grow its capacity to engage in movement building and activism. The role will also feed into the extension of the organization’s programming in select cities across the country. The full job description is here

How to Apply:

All applications will be received via email.  No phone calls or snail mail, please. 

All applications must include (in PDF format):

  • Resume
  • Thoughtful cover letter (including how you became aware of this opportunity: job portal, referral, etc.) that speaks to experience running and winning electoral, legislative and/or issue-focused campaigns

E-mail applications to: JoinTheTeam@ggenyc.org

Subject Line: Senior Director of Campaigns/YOUR NAME

Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. 


Manager of Marketing & Storytelling

GGE is seeking a full-time Manager of Marketing and Storytelling to join our team. This is an exciting position for an experienced content producer who is invested in ethical storytelling practices that will invite donors, allies, activists, and partner organizations into the substantive and varied work of Girls for Gender Equity. This role will play a critical component in shaping the storytelling/culture shift aspect of Girls for Gender Equity’s work. The ideal applicant will have experience writing within social justice and organizing spaces, particularly focused on and committed to anti-racist, feminist/womanist/queer perspectives and youth development. Media and journalism experience is a plus. This role will initially be focused on best practice building and production for the organization’s programs and organizing work. The full job description is here.

How to Apply:

All applications will be received via email.  No phone calls or snail mail, please. 

All applications must include (in PDF format):

  • Resume
  • Thoughtful cover letter (including how you became aware of this opportunity: job portal, referral, etc.) that speaks to your experience telling the stories of youth of color, social justice organizations and/or mission-driven campaigns.

E-mail applications to: JoinTheTeam@ggenyc.org

Subject Line: Manager of Marketing & Storytelling/YOUR NAME

Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. 


Alternatives to Placement Program Manager

GGE is seeking a full-time Alternatives to Placement Program Manager to oversee the creation and implementation of New York City’s first alternative to placement program for people who identify as girls, in partnership with the New York City Administration for Children’s Services and Rising Ground through their STEPS to End Family Violence program. This is a unique role for a skilled youth worker who has direct experience working with young cis and trans women and girls and GNC/NB youth who are systems-impacted, to explore their identity, connect to community resources, build life skills and engage in local and national advocacy work around the issues that directly impact their lives. The full job description is here.

How to Apply:

All applications will be received via email.  No phone calls or snail mail, please. 

All applications must include (in PDF format):

  • Resume
  • Thoughtful cover letter (including how you became aware of this opportunity: job portal, referral, etc.) that speaks to experience working with young people who are systems-impacted.

E-mail applications to: JoinTheTeam@ggenyc.org

Subject Line: Alternatives to Placement Program Manager/YOUR NAME

Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. 


GGE is an Equal Opportunity Employer. GGE provides equal employment opportunities to all employees, job applicants, interns, and volunteers without regard to race, color, religion, creed, political association, ancestry, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, marital or partnership status, national origin, immigration or citizenship status, age, military or veteran status, pregnancy, caregiver status, handicap or disability, genetic information or characteristic, unemployment status, arrest or conviction record, credit history, status as a victim or survivor of domestic violence, sex offenses, or stalking, or status in any group protected by federal, state, or local law in accordance with applicable law.