- A minimum of 3-5 years of experience working with boards, governing bodies or senior executives preferred
- Strong knowledge of Board of Director meeting activities, information requirements and protocols, and logistical planning preferred. Non-profit experience is a plus.
- A Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent work experience.
- Excellent verbal, written communication, interpersonal, presentation and organizational skills.
- Microsoft Office suite proficiency (e.g., Word, Excel, and PowerPoint) required.
- Ability to listen, analyze, think clearly and creatively, work well with people individually and in a group with a high level of customer service.
- Willing to prepare for and sometimes attend board committee meetings, ask questions, take responsibility and follow through on a given assignment. This also applies to board events and National Council Session (Convention).
- Ability to maintain the highest degree of professionalism and maturity when working with others—both internal and external to the organization.
- Excellent proofreading and editing skills.
- Ability to troubleshoot and problem-solve.
- Willingness and ability to work non-standard hours and travel, as necessary.
- Must possess sensitivity to and tolerance of differing views, a friendly, responsive, and patient approach.
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Girl Scouts are big thinkers, groundbreakers, and role models. Every day, Girl Scouts unleash the power of G.I.R.L. to make amazing things happen.
- We’re the preeminent leadership development organization for girls.
- Girl Scouts offers every girl a chance to practice a lifetime of leadership, adventure, and success.
- Girl Scouts has always emphasized the importance of being civically engaged.
- We’re introducing Girl Scouts of every age to science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) to help them see how they can actually improve the world!
- Girl Scouts offers to high school girls the Girl Scout Gold Award which represents the most prestigious award in the world for girls—and the most difficult to earn—and it’s only available to Girl Scouts.
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