Note: While we are not actively hiring for this role, we accept applications on a rolling basis and look forward to expanding our team in 2019!
Workshop venues, including client offices and offsite locations.
Minimal; primarily covering workshops within 250 miles of Cincinnati with opportunities for further travel upon request. All travel expenses reimbursed.
Per ‘standard’ workshop: $200, additional hours (as needed) $15/hour
Standard workshops are 2 hours, with a 1 hour set up and 30-45 minute tear down.
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Gild Collective co-founders, Rachel Bauer and Kelsey Pytlik, facilitate all Gild Collective workshops, which consist of minimal ‘lecture’ style presentation, followed by reflection, discussion and activities. Most clients choose to incorporate a creative project into their workshop as well. As the business grows, Rachel and Kelsey can only be in one place at a time and are looking to onboard secondary support facilitators for client workshops. The individual in this role has the opportunity to build skills to advance to a primary facilitator level.
Responsibilities of this role:
Attend and coordinate assigned client workshops. Workshop responsibilities include:
Early arrival (typically 1 hour) for setup of tables and workshop materials, including creative project
Greeting and directing workshop participants
Facilitating 20-40% of workshop presentation
Assisting participants with creative projects
Engaging participants in conversation through observation and prompting questions
Clean up and organization for remaining workshop materials
Prepare for assigned client workshops by reviewing curriculum and facilitation guide, as well as creative project instructions
Respond promptly to workshop assignment requests
Contribute to team effort by accomplishing related tasks as needed
We are looking for someone who is passionate about empowering women in the workplace. We’re eager to add an individual who our team who enjoys meeting new people and building relationships, and who is comfortable presenting in front of a room of 20 to 200 participants
Skills and qualifications of the role:
Bachelor's degree (BA/BS) or equivalent from a four-year college or technical school preferred
Passion for women’s leadership development
Strong presentation and group-facilitation skills
Ability to drive meaningful conversation through active listening and prompting questions
Detail orientation for efficient event set up and tear down
Creative project interest is required, skills can be learned
Demonstration of previous presentation or facilitation is preferred, but not required
Flexible schedule availability (we will provide requests for workshops a minimum of one month in advance)
Ability to lift up to 25 lbs
Strong computer and telephone skills
Knowledge and familiarization with Google Docs and Google Sheets, or similar
Customer service acumen