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We have a number of positions available. Explore the role descriptions below and let us know which one stands out to you or if you have a new role in mind that is not listed.

Available Dates

October 4, 5:30-7pm, October 17, 5:30-7pm

ROLE DESCRIPTIONS

About High Tech High Heels Silicon Valley

High Tech High Heel’s (HTHH) Silicon Valley Mission is to provide programs to young women to increase female percentage going into STEM related fields, focused on the underserved communities in the Bay Area.

Our Approach: Be the marketplace to activate and scale new and existing programs that drive awareness and interest in the STEM field for girls:

  • Providing role models and mentors—Break stereotypes
  • Engage Girls in Hands-on STEM experiences
  • Removing barriers: Create a unbiased learning environment through providing programs to the teachers

BOARD POSITIONS

Board positions are core leadership roles that are responsible for the scope of critical functions for High Tech High Heels -Silicon Valley (HTHH SV) in its startup stage.

Time Commitment: Recommended 2-year term. 10-15 hours monthly

Scope of Role: Ensures end-to-end delivery scope and delivery of a function’s plans in the HTHH SV roadmap, manages team, reports progress, plans, and challenges to fellow board members and the parent group – High Tech High Heels based out of North Texas

Skills Include

  • Chair or Board experience (3+ years)
  • Experience managing volunteer engagement and communication (1+ year)
  • Partnerships and advisory board experience
  • Networking
  • Project management
  • Leading with influence
Chief of Volunteers
Lead for staffing needs, the People Team/HR equivalent for HTHH SV

Coordinate with Board members to design and build volunteer board and comittee positions

Recruit, motivate, train, and supervise volunteers

Build Volunteer Supervisor committee to scale impact of the People team responsibility

Qualifications

Recruiting and role description experience

Experience managing volunteers

Training experience

Founder mentality – Willing to fail fast and take the lead

Positive energy and sense of humor Relationship management

Head of Program Management

Lead for end-to-end efficiency for the Silicon Valley Chapter

Prepare correspondence and presentations, as needed, for status reports, executive updates, meetings, annual planning, etc

Build and maintain high level roadmap

Build and train team with operating standards and procedures including managing tasks and reporting status for their department

Lead for program management committee – 1 dedicated project manager per onboarded partner

Qualifications

Project management experience

Training experience

Founder mentality – Willing to fail fast and take the lead

Positive energy and sense of humor

Relationship management

Chief of Data science

Lead of data-driven strategy build and implementation to be carried throughout Grants, Onboarded Programs, Business Development

Source data creatively to set up KPIs

Iterate on Grant application qualifications

Develop business-level data analysis that can be put to use by the volunteer staff

Close partnership with Program Manager to measure ROI across the programs

Qualifications

Experience with Data sourcing and mining (5+ years)

Experience Setting and Managing KPIs for an organization (3+ years)

Experience with managing non-profit performance (1+ year)

Head of Sales

partner with Head of Business Development for Implementation of Revenue Streams and Sponsorship

Generate Sponsorship commitments

Attract leads to revenue streams or iterate on strategies to drive more impact on revenue streams

ROI analysis on effort:output

Qualifications

Experience fundraising (3+ years and/or over $100k)

Experience managing lead lists

Experience managing sales teams

Treasurer

Holds charge and custody of all funds and securities of HTHH SV

Deposit funds and documents in such financial institutions as the Board shall designate

Maintain accurate of receipts and disbursements

Prepare and manage annual budget

Manage and generates all end-to-end financial reports

Lead annual audit with HTHH in North Texas and any additional examinations

Building Team as needed to support treasurer scope

Qualifications

Treasury experience (3+ years)

Academic Partnerships

Recruit and manage partnerships with school and schools’ districts.

Spread awareness of HTHH SV and its vision and mission

Present our HTHH SV available programs and partners, articulate value add for the schools’ science, math & technology curriculum

Review requirements and call for actions from the school / school district

Coordinate & follow up on the tactical details for running the programs with the school / school district

Follow up with school / school district post programs completion to collect success metrics

Recruit team of academic partnerships volunteers.

Qualifications

Experience in the academic sector, KPIs, and school board engagement

Experience managing volunteer teams (1+ year)

COMMITTEE CHAIR AND COMMITTEE MEMBER POSITIONS

A committee develops and executes a strategy at a more-focused scope within a core function. Each committee will have a chair working directly with the Board. Committee members focus on execution, insights, and engagement with the High Tech High Heels network.

Time Commitment:

Chair: Recommended 2-year term. 5-10 hours monthly

Committee Member: Recommended 1-2 year term. 1-5 hours monthly

Skills Include

  • (Chair Only) Committee or Volunteer Experience (3+ years)
  • (Chair Only) Experience managing volunteer engagement and communication (1+ year)
  • Partnerships and advisory board experience
  • Networking
  • Project management
  • Leading with influence
Business Development

Define, recruit and manage key strategic partnerships & alliances required to fund strategic STEM programs

Raise funding from partners and alliances to enable programs.

Define and execute the funding strategies to support financial goals for the Silicon Valley, considering direct asks to private individuals, requesting grants from foundations, corporations and fundraising events.

Recruit team of fundraising volunteers

Event Planner

Multiple chair and committee positions available. The event planners will manage one focused area in event type:

Events with students/schools

Events with the committee

Team recruiting events

Fundraising events

Overall registration systems

Communications

Multiple communications chair and committee positions available:

Web development

Public Relations and Press Releases

Internal communications

Partner Communications

Volunteer Communications

Marketing and Brand

Multiple marketing chair and committee positions available:

Web development

Printed and online marketing materials

Social media management

Brand awareness and interest

Operations and Projects

Works with the head of program management to ensure smooth operations. Leads or supports any one of the key programs

Academic partnerships

Grant recipients

Fundraising work streams

Managing the end-to-end calendar

MORE TO COME…

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