This is a remote position, with preference for Atlanta, GA or remote. Women Who Code is headquartered in Atlanta, GA.
Women Who Code is a 501c3 non-profit dedicated to inspiring women to excel in technology careers. As an organization, we have executed more than 14,000 free learning events around the world, garnered a membership exceeding 290,000, and have a presence in 122 countries.
We believe that a team dedicated to making our industry better should reflect the diversity within it. We take our Code of Conduct seriously, and encourage those of groups traditionally underrepresented in technology to apply.
WWCode is looking for a Community Manager to join our team! The Community Manager will work closely with our global community of volunteers to support programs. This person is responsible for developing and optimizing community management processes and programs while building relationships and celebrating success at Women Who Code.
We’re looking for an innovative and energetic problem-solver who is excited to mobilize and motivate our community. A key goal for this role is to transform our volunteer engagement model to be flexible, scalable, measurable, and rewarding.
Develop outreach programs to ensure strong pipeline of future leaders
Enhance volunteer recognition efforts, amplifying and celebrating the work of the most active leaders
Support volunteers through improved access to training and communication
Host recurring check in sessions with larger groups (i.e. monthly Leader Hangouts, weekly Slack messages) and opportunities to check in 1:1
Deliver consistent and branded communications on important organization updates
Community & event management
Collect and organize global community insights into actionable items
Identify opportunities to engage with community via social media
Elevate exciting events and conversations to communications team
Ensure local network operations, volunteer onboarding, and support needs are met
Co-create volunteer handbook with community
Create self-directed learning process for ongoing leader training
Consider team bandwidth and activate strategic mindsets when evaluating new programs for WWCode to adopt
Represent WWCode in a positive manner and inspire and mentor others to be their best
Experience in non-profit program, community management, or similar field
Knowledge of tech industry culture
Knowledge of and passion for diversity and inclusion best practices
Time management and ability to meet deadlines
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Strong organizational skills and ability to multitask
Problem-solving and decision making skills
Passion for inspiring women to excel in technology careers
Willingness to travel when appropriate
Nice To Have
Experience within the Women Who Code community