Black Girls Movement, formerly American Woman, has a mission that matters more today than ever before: We fight systemic racism against Black girls by providing them with equal access to STEM education and resources. We are passionate about bridging the gap and increasing representation of Black women in STEM fields. We do this by connecting black female students interested in science, tech, engineering, and math with unique learning and mentoring opportunities. Currently, we’re serving high school girls, and we envision expanding our programming to serve Pre-K and kindergartners as well as elementary and middle school ages. We are a nonprofit charitable organization. Learn more at https://www.blackgirlsmovement.org/.
You can help the BGM mission by joining our enthusiastic team of volunteers as an HR Coordinator.
The HR Coordinator is responsible for:
• Providing support to the Human Resources Team by performing a variety of administrative duties
• Assisting various human resources related functions, including recruiting and onboarding, training and development, and project support
• Providing administrative support in posting volunteer opportunities, applicant tracking and correspondence
• Performing background checks for potential candidates
• Leading Onboarding activities for new volunteers
• Entering and maintaining data in the HRIS system
• Assisting with projects as needed
• Assisting with planning and coordinating meetings and special events as needed
• Participating in process improvements, development of best practices, and special projects as needed
Ideally you have:
• 1 - 3 years of human resources related experience as well as Bachelor’s Degree in Business or Human Resources related discipline; or any combination of education and experience
• Foundation of HR Business Practices
• Must be highly proficient in using software packages (i.e. Microsoft Office, HRIS).
• Strong organizational and time management skills
• Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, ability to interact with individuals at all levels of the organization
Black Girls Movement, formerly American Woman, has a mission that matters more today than ever before: We fight systemic racism against Black girls by providing them with equal access to STEM education and resources. We are passionate about…