Employment Opportunities

At Girls Inc., our People are at the heart of everything we do.

Careers with Girls Inc.

Tiffany Trotter, Chief People & Culture Officer and Girls Inc. Alumna, talks about the Power of Our People:

 

 

Join the Girls Inc. Team

Girls Inc. National – Learning and Development Instructor (Indianapolis, IN)

Girls Inc. of Long Island – Director of Development

Girls Inc. of Jacksonville – President & CEO 

For additional employment opportunities, contact a Girls Inc. Affiliate near you.

Equal Opportunity Employment Opportunity & Non-Discrimination Policy

At Girls Inc., employment is based upon one’s capabilities and qualifications. It is the policy of Girls Inc. to ensure equal employment opportunity without discrimination or harassment on the basis of race, color, sex, religion, national origin, citizenship, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, disability, genetic information, military status and political belief or any other protected characteristic as protected by law. Girls Inc. prohibits and will not tolerate any such discrimination or harassment by supervisors or employees. Girls Inc. will not tolerate harassment of our employees by anyone, including vendors.

The policy of Equal Employment Opportunity and non-discrimination applies to all policies and procedures relating to recruitment, hiring, training, evaluation, promotion, compensation, benefits, transfer, layoff, termination and all other privileges and conditions of employment.
Employees’ questions or concerns relating to Equal Employment Opportunity, discrimination and harassment, should be referred to the Office of People and Culture. Appropriate disciplinary action will be taken against any employee violating this policy.

As a measure of creating awareness, Girls Inc. will include the statement, ‘Equal Opportunity Employer’ in all advertisements and job postings.

Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Statement

At Girls Inc., we not only accept and tolerate but also actively honor and value differences in culture, lifestyles, heritage, and knowledge. This includes all the similarities and differences that make us diverse internally, externally, or situationally and may include, but not be limited to age, appearance, communication style, economic status, educational background, employer, gender identification, sexual orientation, geographic location, job type/title, language, race/ethnicity, learning style, management status, marital status, mental abilities, nationality, parental status, physical abilities, political affiliation, religion, seniority/tenure, sex/gender, veteran status, work experience, or work location.

Our commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion is one of the two “underlying truths” of our organization’s strategic plan, and is essential to achieving our vision and mission. The importance we place on these values will be demonstrated through the education of all our people and through the cultivation of opportunities to embrace these principles. Girls Inc. centers DEI in our strategies, decisions, and use of resources by intentionally building a community (which includes management, staff, volunteers, and funders) that is reflective of the girls and communities that we serve, and by delivering the comprehensive Girls Inc. Experience in ways that demonstrate our genuine appreciation for the plurality of people and cultures that surround us. 

It is only through sustained commitment to living these values that we can attract unique, creative, and vital people with varying differences and views to the organization. And it is the combined effort of our diverse and dynamic community that leads to the powerful outcomes that ensure a brighter future for girls.