GLOW Georgia is growing and we're ready to hire a local Georgian project manager to help! The project manager will be an essential team member working to educate and empower girls, particularity in under-served communities, to develop their leadership skills and become agents of change in their communities. The project manager will oversee 2 week-long camps, a year-round volunteer program, and organize a project design and management conference for exceptional young female leaders in Georgia.
Girls across Georgia, particularly in under-served communities, face barriers that prevent them from achieving their educational and personal goals and gaining access to basic health information. Peace Corps volunteers in partnership with local Georgians founded GLOW Georgia in order to educate and empower girls across the country. Since the NGO's inception two years ago, GLOW Georgia expanded its initiatives beyond camp, and now we need a program manager to keep all our programs running strong!
GLOW Georgia's program manager will be an essential driving agent to continue advancing our education and volunteer programs for girls ages 14-17. The program manager will be the first staff member beyond our Executive Director, helping GLOW to achieve sustainability beyond Peace Corps' tenure in Georgia. The program manager will be responsible for essential tasks such as managing resources, monitoring timelines, and identifying unresolved problems in order to maximize productivity.
Hiring a program manager is the first step in ensuring GLOW's sustainability and guaranteeing that girls in Georgia will have continued access to the knowledge and invaluable experiences that GLOW Georgia programs provide. Peace Corps volunteers will be able to collaborate closely with the program manager, sharing ideas and vital knowledge about how to run effective projects and making sure that GLOW's projects will continue even when the Peace Corps' programs in Georgia are discontinued.