Open Council Positions

Girls on the Run Wyoming

Program Manager

Girls on the Run Wyoming is hiring a Program Manager. This individual must possess a passion for and commitment to improving the lives and opportunities of girls in third through eighth grades. The Program Manager is responsible for managing quality delivery of the Girls on the Run program and serves as the lead on planning and implementation of the program each season. The Program Manager reports to the Girls on the Run Wyoming Executive Director.

Girls on the Run NYC

Development Coordinator
Girls on the Run NYC is hiring a Development Coordinator. The Development Coordinator must possess a passion for and commitment to improving the lives and opportunities of girls in third through eighth grade.
The Development Coordinator will be responsible for managing the day-to-day details of the organization’s fundraising efforts, helping the organization to achieve its goal of raising funds to expand the program to serve 15-20% more girls year over year. This position reports to the Executive Director and is responsible for coordinating the efforts of the organization’s development plan which include cultivating and soliciting individual giving including peer to peer fundraising efforts, coordinating corporate sponsorships and partnerships, coordinating the annual special event and other select events, 5K fundraising initiatives, and the year-end annual appeal to ensure that the organization meets contributed income goals. The Development Coordinator will have revenue-generation, relationship building, stewardship, strategy, and implementation responsibilities.

Girls on the Run Greater Piedmont

Executive Director

Girls on the Run Greater Piedmont is hiring an Executive Director. The Executive Director (ED) is a highly-skilled non-profit professional that reports to the local Board of Directors and provides vision, leadership, and direction to the council and the broader Girls on the Run organization.  The ED must possess a passion for, and commitment to, improving the lives and opportunities of girls in third through eighth grades.  The ED works in partnership with the local Board of Directors to fulfill the GOTR mission and to ensure the financial health and long-term viability of GOTR programs in the Greater Piedmont.  The ED will ensure the GOTR mission is fulfilled through strategic planning, quality programs, and community outreach.  He/she will oversee and implement appropriate resources to ensure the organization runs smoothly and efficiently.