The Vice President, Digital Products and Technologies, for the Girl Scouts of the USA (GSUSA) works at the intersection of technology and business innovation, customer experiences, and participatory media, with a mission to design, create, deploy, and assess tools and products that support and foster ongoing GSUSA engagement and the flow of information within and across G.I.R.L. communities. This role will report directly to the CIO, and be a critical thought leader within GSUSA and the movement at large. They will manage staff and have strong partnership at all levels within the organization. This role will have a dotted line reporting relationship to the COO for the digital user experience initiative.
The Vice President, Digital Products and Technologies is responsible for the overarching digital technology strategy, online services across web, mobile and social platforms and oversight of enterprise content, applications and infrastructure. They will also be responsible for organizing, managing and leading the efforts of the full life cycle of web development/deployment and to serve as the primary interface between stakeholders, particularly the Vice President, Marketing and Communications.
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