Girls Inc. of New York City seeks an experienced and empathetic Human Resources Manager, who is committed to creating positive and supportive environments for employees and our program participants. The HR Manager will perform various HR and administrative functions. This high-visibility, high-impact role works closely with the Vice President of Operations and in the development and execution of all HR strategies and initiatives.
About Girls Inc. of New York City
Girls Inc. of New York City (GINYC) delivers life-changing programs that inspire girls to be strong, smart and bold℠. Research-based curricula, delivered by trained professionals, equips girls to achieve academically, lead healthy and physically active lives, manage money, navigate media messages, and discover an interest in STEM and thrive. We are a member of the network of independent Girls Inc. affiliate organizations located in 350 cities across the United States and Canada.
Skills and Qualifications
Commensurate with experience. GINYC offers a generous benefits package, including healthcare insurance (medical and dental), retirement savings plan, and paid time off.
Please submit resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org
Girls Inc. of NYC is an equal opportunity employer. Women of color and LGBTQ candidates are strongly encouraged to apply.
Girls Inc. of New York City’s Statement on Diversity Equity Inclusion & Belonging
At Girls Inc. of New York City, we are united by our commitment to creating safe and supportive girl-positive spaces. Our programming cultivates environments where all girl-identified young people are seen and heard. Our organization strives to be a model for sustainable change within our society. We recognize that for true diversity to be realized, equity, inclusion and belonging must also be present. To embody these principles, we commit to ongoing work in allyship, inclusivity, transparency, and accountability with staff, funders, and supporters.
Diversity: We embrace diversity within our organization and in the communities we live and serve in, inclusive of culture, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation and gender identity, age, class, religion, and people with disabilities. We aim to lead by example with a workforce that reflects the rich diversity and unique characteristics of our constituents and of New York City.
Equity: Each employee and every role at GINYC is essential in fulfilling our mission. Through ongoing and intentional professional talent development resources, we aim to provide equitable access to opportunities for advancement within our organization and empower our staff to show up and strive to be stronger, smarter, and bolder each and every day.
Inclusion & Belonging: The culture at GINYC focuses on building empathetic relationships and supportive structures that encourage the free and open expression of ideas, innovation, and creativity. We are advocates for each other and for the youth we serve. We encourage a sense of belonging and authenticity, value collaboration, and intentionally seek to compensate for, and ultimately eliminate, the barriers that prevent equal access to resources, opportunities, and advancement.