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The Deputy Director, Girl and Family Engagement (G & FE)supports both internal and external needs of Girl Scouts of the USA. He/she will work closely with the Chief Girl and Family Engagement Officer and the full Girl and Family Expertise, Engagement & Impact team as a full partner in mission, vision, and effective execution of high impact deliverables. He/She will be pivotal in driving continual operational effectiveness and efficiencies.
The Deputy Director, G & FE will support (and in some cases lead) efforts to integrate, align, and refine content and deliverables to strengthen strategic engagement efforts that position Girl Scouts as experts in girls’ development and leadership, bring new members to our movement and increase impact of experiences for those currently in our movement. The ideal candidate will possess a strong ability to understand the movement’s goals, its current work and be able to support the definition and implementation of strategies to meet those goals collaboratively with cross-functional and Council colleagues, and external partners.
- A hands-on, a strategic thinker
- A planner and problem solver - focused on outcomes
- Comfortable driving change
Girl Scouts of the USA seeking to hire a Strategy Manager to support the Cookie Program and be responsible for strategic framing and analysis for communicating these finding to a range of stakeholders. This role will collaborate with staff throughout the organization and with our network of 112 local councils to ensure the key Cookie Projects are prioritized and supported. This roles reports to and will partner with the VP of Cookie Strategy and Transformation to drive this work forward.
The work of the Strategy Manager will contribute towards:
- Better meeting cookie customer expectations through the development and introduction of credit card and mobile payment options (frictionless transactions).
- Developing a more consistent product development/ assortment selection process (product portfolio management).
- Creating a more seamless experience for volunteers and Council staff by introducing new and simplified options to manage troop funds and through supply chain simplification.
Girl Scouts is seeking a Vice President of Digital Marketing as a critical member of the Marketing organization.
The role will report to the Deputy Chief Marketing Officer and will lead a team of 5 direct reports managing the following teams: social media, email marketing, web marketing (girlscouts.org and platforms to manage 110 council sites), digital analytics and site performance, and content marketing/copy team. We are seeking an individual with strong leadership qualities to drive engagement across channels, to grow Girl Scouts membership and ensure a relevant and powerful customer experience to ultimately drive brand value.
Our ideal candidate has a background in technology and marketing leadership, with a mix of brand and digital expertise with the ability to effect change in a mature organization. We require knowledge around digital experience, content development and management, email marketing, data analytics and social media to align business strategy with brand strategy, marketing, technology, and data usage.
The Vice President of Property Strategy oversees the Movement’s property strategy, leveraging the more than 112,000 acres of Girl Scout properties and outdoor space to sustainably advance the mission of Girl Scouts; get girls outside; build and strengthen partnerships with like-minded organizations; and maximize the value of Movement assets.
**Please upload a cover letter and resume to be considered for this role**
- A thought partner and relationship builder
- An expert and decision-maker on property strategy
- A strategic planner with a demonstrated track record of management and delivery of a progressive strategy within a matrixed environment
- A creative problem-solver and consensus-builder who can deftly manage competing expectations and creatively uses resources to deliver
The Director, IT Development reports to the Vice President IT Programs and will lead one or more key projects with enterprise –wide significance, ensuring that schedules, resources and scope are planned and managed effectively and that the project (s) meet their performance objectives. The Director will be responsible for working with key stakeholders to ensure the project/program continues to meet the needs of GSUSA. He/she will be the primary interface between GSUSA and project vendors/partners.
- A data-driven team player
- Passionate about mission-driven organizations, with support for the Girl Scouts movement
- Adept at discussing technical issues, limitations, and requirements in a way that is understandable to non-technical users
- Results-oriented - you deliver on project objectives with the ability to bridge between business and technical stakeholders
USA Girl Scouts Overseas - Senior Member Experience Manager(Minimum Three-year term assignment – based in Vicenza,Italy)
USA Girl Scouts Overseas (USAGSO) brings the Girl Scout Experience to the daughters of military, Foreign Service and American expats in over 90 countries around the world and to all girls in American or International schools. Staff teams are located in New York, Italy, and Japan.
We are hiring for a Fund Development and Partnerships Manager responsible for cultivating donor relations; identifying and establishing strategic partnerships to leverage program, volunteer, and fund development opportunities overseas; and coordinating funding events. She/he works cross-functionally to support the Girl Scout mission and USAGSO’s goals and strategic priorities.
We are hiring for Council Finance Consultant to join our team of Council Consultants and Subject Matter Experts. The Consultant works independently and in collaboration with other functional areas in developing high-level finance resources and support plans for councils. As the expert in Girl Scout financial practices, the Consultant is a GSUSA internal resource for execution approaches and strategize with council CFOs (or equivalents) for implementation planning.
What makes this position unique?
- The Council Finance Consultant role is highly nuanced. The Council Finance Consultant derives satisfaction from getting outcomes through influencing others rather than through positional authority. The incumbent must be able to drive results, while being comfortable with a long time horizon to realize them.
- You could be a good fit for this role if you are achievement-oriented. The Consultant takes initiative, follows through on commitments and focuses on results and how they are achieved.
This Job Could be the Right fit for you if:
- If you have been in a leadership positions at a Girl Scout council with a deep expertise in a variety of financial and accounting health practices.
- A Subject Matter Expert - Serves as a resident expert on effective financial practices relevant for Girl Scout councils within the Girl Scout network. As such, is knowledgeable about council and industry best practices. With a deep understanding of finance and a keen understanding of the spectrum of council capabilities, drives national finance strategies and develops and/or maintains a framework to analyze, discern insight, and measure fiscal excellence and health. Summarizes internal and industry trends and makes recommendations for national strategies to GSUSA’s Senior Leadership Team.
- A Consultant - Work closely with other functional area experts (governance, property, membership, etc.) and Council Leadership Consultants to develop finance strategies and resources for councils as part of the holistic council business model. Provides strategic guidance to council CFOs (or equivalents) in identifying critical finance issues and solutions. In consultation with councils, analyzes council financial health, understands the standard chart of accounts and purpose, conversant in the Financial Accounting Standards Board Codification and application to councils, to provide consistency in data for capacity building. Curates and develops resources, frameworks and tools such as case studies, templates and guides to support finance practices universal to all councils. Using tools such as qualitative/readiness assessments and performance metrics the Consultant will deliver strategic finance consultation to councils.
- Community of Practice Owner/Relationship Manager:
- In conjunction with the Lead Council Finance Consultant acts as a Consultant and a bridge between the Finance community at councils and the leadership at GSUSA. Positions one’s self as an advocate for CFOs (or equivalents) within GSUSA and works to ensure national strategies align with council planning realities.
- Applies the strategy for cultivating a national community among council finance practitioners. Supports the development of the agenda and execution of national and/ or regional events for CFOs (or equivalents). Identifies areas of opportunity to enable finance cohorts to creatively resolve challenges. Convenes targeted council learning and working sessions, opportunities for council finance practitioners to share effective practices and industry strategies
- A strong communicator and cultivator of a Council financial community (e.g. Chief Finance Officers, Finance Directors, council lead finance staff) in conjunction with the Lead Finance Consultant. She/he promotes opportunities for dialogue and sharing among council functional experts for quick identification and dissemination of effective practices.
The Girl Scout Merchandising team is looking to add a Senior Buyer to the team. The Buyer must have the ability to research and introduce new product categories into the assortment. The incumbent is responsible for the development, purchase, quality control and timely delivery of both Girl Scout branded products and name brand products that are sold via wholesale and retail channels. The Buyer locates potential vendors, obtains and negotiates competitive bids to maximize income, and works with the Merchandise Manager in the final selection process. This position will drive innovation while focusing on technology and lifestyle trends for girls and adults.
- Analytical with strong skills to plan and project the business, track sales, and negotiate on the downside.
- A clear communicator who can work cross-functionally across different areas within the organization including council partners.
- Well versed in leading merchandising concepts, practices and procedures in an Omni channel environment – retail, e-commerce and wholesale.
We are hiring for a Senior Program Manager to supportthe work of our Customer Engagement Initiative. This role orchestrates across technology development and a highly-distributed end-use community (112 Girl Scout Councils) to deliver this key program successfully. This includes managing the direct line of sight from requirements to solutions, working with IT, systems integration partners, Girl Scouts of the USA leadership and subject matter experts and leadership of Girl Scout councils across
More about the Customer Engagement Initiative (CEI)
- Girl Scouts of the USA is driving an entirely new, engaging experience for girls, parents, and volunteers, supported by digital transformation. The Customer Engagement Initiative (CEI) brings a fresh, cohesive experience through new processes and technology, including new CRM, e-commerce, activity management, and collaboration solutions, with a focus on the volunteer experience, including online learning.
We are hiring for a Process and Tools Analyst. This position reports to the Senior Director, Process Improvement and Change Management and is part of the Enterprise Integration and Enterprise PMO team. This role will elevate the efficiency and effectiveness of the team by maximizing utilization of project management applications and helping to streamline processes. 20% of time will be focused on refining and maintaining the teams’ SharePoint sites, pages and related tools, 30% of time will be on portfolio management analysis and reporting and 50% of time will be on ad hoc project assistance which might include documenting business requirements, charting and improving process flows and creating and maintaining integrated roadmaps, among other responsibilities to assist in achieving priority initiatives performance goals. Join us on our exciting journey to make a significant difference for our parents, volunteers, councils, and most importantly, our girls through advancing major cross-functional initiatives with this team of program and project managers and enterprise support team.
- Collaborative and can work well cross-functionally to deliver solutions that enable complex project planning and PMO operation
- Flexible and can adapt to a variety of workplace styles in order to achieve goals are essential.
- Adept at conceptualizing and contributing to new ideas, results oriented and comfortable with detailed execution.
The Membership Retention Specialist, will work as an integral member of the Membershp & Customer Platform team, implementing an integrated membership strategy throughout the Customer Office and partner communities in GSUSA. This role partners with Girl Scout councils across the country to build effective retention practices that drive long-term membership growth for the entire movement.
This role will have two main areas of focus:
- Ownership over renewal campaigns and associated technology processes. Renewal is a point-in-time during the lifecycle of the member that incentivizes or otherwise encourages a customer to renew an annual membership. This position serves as the subject matter expect that drives the marketing campaigns, online experience, and local strategies to amplify key opportunities for members to renew.
- Influencing and driving an integrated retention strategy. Retention is a long-term and complex set of levers that determine a member’s likeliness to renew, driven by multiple teams across GSUSA and the local business practices that councils put in place to ensure a positive experience for members. This position ensures a movement-wide retention plan is socialized, adopted, and executed by all stakeholders, both national and local.
GSUSA is looking for a Global Program Coordinator for a two year project with experience executing international events and meetings for NGO communities. The program coordinator will be responsible for planning and executing a global conference that will run parallel to GSUSA’s national Convention in October 2020. This role is scheduled to end fall 2020.
**Please submit a resume AND cover letter**
In October 2020, as part of its National Council Session and G.I.R.L. 2020 convention, Girl Scouts will convene a global assembly of Girl Guide & Girl Scout organizations from around the world to discuss the future of the global Girl Guide & Girl Scout movement.
The Program Coordinator will work closely with Director of Global Girl Scouting to execute the event in Orlando and key initiatives and meetings leading up to Orlando 2020. This will include developing event program-identifying and securing speakers, planning opening and closing ceremonies and integrating schedule with key moment within Girl Scout National Convention and G.I.R.L. 2020.
She/he will collaborate with GSUSA National Meetings team to implement registration process, coordinate travel, accommodation and visa support for conference participants. She/he will manage a core group of GSUSA volunteers in the planning and execution of the event. This will including working with volunteers to implement a hosting program between Girl Scout Councils and Member Countries attending the conference. The program manager will work with GSUSA cross-functional teams, including national meetings, fund development, National Volunteer partners, program, marketing, communications and others to support the execution of a successful event and lead-up initiatives. She/he will serve as a point of communication for event participants, partners and staff.
The Girl Scouts data engineering team is seeking a Data Architect who is a visionary in defining and managing data architecture, with expertise in data modelling (Kimball method), ETL, performance tuning, data governance and data security.
The ideal candidate is a self-motivated, results driven technologist, who is passionate about collaboration, but can work independently and lead by example. The Data Architect will work with and mentor peer data engineering teams, ETL developers, Looker BI developers and the GSUSA infrastructure team.
Data Quality / Data Integrity
Our objective is to design and code for data quality frameworks that can measure and maintain data completeness, data integrity and data validity between systems. The candidate will be responsible for maintaining data integrity across multiple data repositories with the midterm goal of building and implementing Master Data Management (MDM) strategies for our organization.
We are an organization with 112 federated Councils and a headquartered staff and operation in NYC. The Data Architect will be responsible for building highly scalable data repositories and for performing database performance tuning. The architect will define and track the KPIs to measure performance and provide visibility to senior management. The individual will set the standards for the design and coding of highly scalable solutions and will work with ETL developers to create and maintain a centralized ETL stream which is highly scalable with low latency.
Cloud based Initiatives
GSUSA’s data engineering team has been chartered to transition to a cloud based strategy. The Architect will be part of a team that works on implementing a Snowflake data warehouse architecture (as-a-service running in the cloud). In addition, GSUSA is moving toward a centralized ETL strategy, leveraging Informatica Power Center as our engine.
GSUSA is looking for a highly motivated Business Intelligence (BI) Developer with Looker who thinks outside the box – and who is a bit outside the box, much like Looker itself. The ideal candidate has it all; software engineering skills, a broad familiarity with analytic methods and tools, experience with big data challenges. You will own all aspects of our Looker technology and make it work in our dynamic environment.
Looker is a next generation business intelligence and analytics platform. Girl Scouts uses Looker as the technology of choice for data modeling, data abstraction along with visualization, dashboarding and reporting. At our national headquarters in NYC, GSUSA works in applying analytic techniques and other classification methodologies, preparing our rich data content for ad hoc and visual rendering technologies, available to then drive and enable decision making movement wide.
As a BI engineer, you will be responsible for partnering with business and analytic teams to provide guidance and help in the implementation of analytics and reports. You will consult GSUSA and Council partners in creating and recommending best practices for data modeling and consumption through Looker.
You will become familiar with the concepts of data sharing and working with partners in defining what data has value in being shared and consumed based on the myriad datasets used throughout the organization.
GSUSA is searching for a high performing Data Engineerwith data integration (ETL) experience to join our data engineering team. You will transform and translate data into a form that is ready for use to solve the tough challenges of our business.
You are a contemporary Data Engineer with data integration expertise and a passion for changing the data landscape.
The Data Engineer will make data useful by moving it, transforming it, distilling it, combining it with other data, addressing data quality issues and delivering it to a repository or consuming system in a performant manner. You will work with various forms of data (xml, json, text, csv) and data sources (APIs, server logs, external data, no-sql, etc.). Ultimately, it will be you that manages Girl Scouts complex data landscape in today's world.
Here are a few exciting projects you will work on:
- Snowflake integration
- AWS cloud migration
- Centralized ETL
- MDM strategy and execution
- Building new data domain
The Senior Manager, Volunteer Digital Business Owner is a management-level position on the Volunteer and Service Delivery team, working to implement GSUSA strategy through the execution of actionable plans to drive volunteer satisfaction and improve program delivery. This roles partners with Girl Scout Councils, our local centers throughout the country to build an effective approaches and processes that maximize the number of volunteers that the organization engages and supports, in meaningful ways.
The Senior Manager, Volunteer Digital Business Owner works closely in partnership with the Senior Manager, Volunteer Digital Products Owner.
- The Senior Manager, Volunteer Digital Business Owner drives business strategy to inform digital volunteer experience and technical requirements
- The Senior Manager, Volunteer Digital Products Owner drive decisions and development with vendors and IT.
This Role Will Focus On
- Driving innovation and strategy for volunteer platforms, ensuring they have robust functionality and serves as a key resource for our volunteers, as well as, accounting for go-to-market strategies and techniques to ensure successful product placement in the market; resulting in high adoption rates. Oversee the design, implementation and delivery of movement-wide enterprise-level services that supports 800,000+ adult volunteers:
- Volunteer Toolkit (VTK) - The VTK provides consistent and easily accessible online resources and tools to volunteers on key responsibilities like: our steps for running an effective troop meeting, how to plan a year of meetings, and how to deliver a badge or a Journey experience.
- Volunteer Online Learning Project (VOLP) – The VOLP provides a consistent movement-wide learning experience to ensure all volunteers are prepared to deliver an experience that is fun for girls and achieves our stated mission and outcomes.
We have new position for a Strategy Analystthat will provide strategic planning and problem-solving support to the Customer Office as part of the Strategy & Analytics team. This is a small, tight-knit team that will focus on understanding key issues as it relates to the GIRLS we serve, the volunteers we support and the Councils who are our partners in delivering on our mission. The role will report into the VP, Strategy & Analytics who will provide close supervision, coaching and support.
This job could be the right fit for you if:
- You have at least 2-3 years of strategic analysis experience working in a consulting firm
- You have strong strategic problem-solving skills, excellent interpersonal skills, a high level of personal initiative and the ability to work well in a distributed, fast-paced environment.
The role will report into the VP, Strategy & Analytics who will provide close supervision, coaching and support.
For over 100 years, we have helped girls develop the skills and confidence they need to blossom into their best selves. From our earliest badges in electricity, aeronautics, and natural sciences to today’s all girl robotics teams and cookie entrepreneurs, girls have challenged themselves through our skill-building opportunities, worked with inspiring role models and developed lifelong friendships.
Based in Manhattan, GSUSA is currently looking to hire an experienced AEM Developer to work hand-in-hand with our current AEM Vendor as our in-house resource to help manage all GSUSA applications currently on the AEM platform, girlscouts.org, Volunteer Tool Kit and all Council Websites. This position will be the stepping stone to building out a larger development team. Join us on our exciting journey to make a significant difference for our parents, volunteers, councils, and most importantly, our girls.
Take a look at how Girl Scouts of the USA nurtures our future Technologists
- A true technologist who enjoys complex and extensive web application development.
- An individual contributor with significant expertise in complex content management solutions.
- Someone who can work effectively both as an individual, and as part of a team that is led by a Project Manager.
Girl Scouts of the USA (GSUSA) is seeking a Vice President, Creative Director to serve as a new, critical member of the Marketing organization reporting to the Chief Marketing and Communications Officer. The Director will oversee the creative process, managing internal design and video/photo teams and agency partners, and will draw on the latest industry trends in design, advertising, content platforms and marketing to drive storytelling innovation for the Girl Scouts Brand. As a senior member of the Marketing team, the candidate must be a motivational leader who works collaboratively across teams to develop and articulate a forward vision and deliver compelling creative that draws in new audiences and engages current members of the Girl Scout Movement.
We are hiring for a Senior Designer to work in our Licensing and Merchandising department. This position will report to the Vice President, Sales & Licensing and is primarily responsible for developing artwork for products, packaging and product marketing that successfully supports the organization achieving its revenue objectives.
This Designer will work with many internal communities to understand Girl Scouts’ mission, brand direction and strategic priorities—including elements like content, themes, aspirations, brand messages and target audiences of the organization. She/he will use that understanding to develop product-related artwork for the wider commercial marketplace. This position will also have a dotted reporting line to the Brand Creative Lead.
*A portfolio of work will be required upon request*
- A curious team player willing to working with various internal stakeholders to successfully design product-related artwork aligned with the Girl Scout mission and brand direction.
- Experienced in designing for multiple product categories and packaging.
- Experienced in designing artwork for brick and mortar and eCommerce products.
- An an accomplished apparel, textile and packaging desginer or some combination of these skills. This is not a digital/graphic design role.