The Girl Scout Central Events Planner in partnership with various GSUSA business units, is responsible for strategizing, planning and executing high quality events for the Girl Scout Central space to raise awareness as well as drive high levels of attendance and engagement. In addition, the position is responsible for the development of a level of revenue for the organization from events.
Girl Scout Central, located in the heart of New York City is a new venture for GSUSA in presenting the Girl Scout brand to the public in an exciting environment which includes an exciting expanded retail presence. The space has first floor access, large square footage, user-friendly touchscreen computers, along with official Girl Scout branding and merchandise for both our members as well as external customers who support Girl Scouts. Girl Scout Central is an adventure where adults and girls can experience and learn more about the mission of Girl Scouts.
The position includes the development, oversight and maintenance of an annual calendar of events as well as identifying new event opportunities for the organization. The Events Planner will also interface with outside talent and events support professionals. This role will be responsible for contracting, communication, planning, logistics, preparation and execution of events and will be expected to be on site to manage events and provide follow up information and data including ROI analysis to supervisors.
Other important duties include:
This is a full-time position. Days and hours of work typically Monday through Friday,
9:00 a.m. to 5 p.m. However, position will require she/he to be present at events when occur in evening and on weekends.
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