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Job Locations US-NY-New York
Posted Date 1 week ago(11/29/2021 12:33 PM)
Job ID
2021-1746
Job Locations US
Posted Date 1 week ago(11/29/2021 12:31 PM)
Marketing is vital to the Girl Scout Movement’s success in delivering on its mission by enabling vibrant membership and revenue growth; stewarding brand reputation and relevancy; and building engaging relationships and loyalty among consumer audiences - girls, parents, alum, volunteers and the public.   #LI-REMOTE
Job ID
2021-1744
Job Locations US
Posted Date 1 week ago(11/29/2021 12:18 PM)
Marketing is vital to the Girl Scout Movement’s success in delivering on its mission by enabling vibrant membership and revenue growth; stewarding brand reputation and relevancy; and building engaging relationships and loyalty among consumer audiences - girls, parents, alum, volunteers and the public.   #LI-REMOTE
Job ID
2021-1743
Job Locations US-GA-Savannah
Posted Date 2 weeks ago(11/19/2021 9:31 AM)
Job ID
2021-1742
Job Locations US-GA-Savannah
Posted Date 1 week ago(11/29/2021 12:33 PM)
Job ID
2021-1741
Job Locations US
Posted Date 3 weeks ago(11/15/2021 10:12 AM)
Job ID
2021-1740
Job Locations US-NY-New York
Posted Date 1 week ago(11/29/2021 12:32 PM)
Job ID
2021-1739
Job Locations US
Posted Date 3 weeks ago(11/12/2021 11:20 AM)
Job ID
2021-1738
Job Locations US-GA-Savannah
Posted Date 3 weeks ago(11/17/2021 8:35 AM)
The Administrative Office drives enterprise reporting and process discipline across functions at Girl Scouts of the USA with the goal of increasing Movement-wide efficiency in the most cost-effective manner. Work includes driving continuous improvement with measurable outcomes for standards and procedures across vendor contracting, procurement, IT sourcing and development, and property management. Enterprise reporting will develop and share insights into metrics and KPIs across GSUSA communities and initiatives, identifying key issues, impact areas, and opportunities for prioritization alignment. The Information Technology, Properties, Procurement/Sustainability, Public Policy/Advocacy, and Cultural Assets teams within this division collaborate closely with all other Girl Scouts of the USA divisions, while also impacting quality of service delivery to council customers in support of our end girl and volunteer customers.   POSITION SUMMARY Do you want to have fun while making a difference? The Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace Museum is seeking to hire a part-time (hourly) Museum Associate to work as a tour guide, program leader, and visitor assistant. By sharing the life-changing story of Girl Scouts at the birthplace of its Founder, Juliette Low, the dedicated staff of the Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace support the GSUSA mission to “build girls of courage, confidence, and character to make the world a better place.”   Primary duties of the position: As a part-time Museum Associate at the Birthplace, you will: - Research and develop your own tour based on training and materials provided - Lead visitors of diverse ages, backgrounds, and abilities in engaging museum tours - Lead Girl Scout troops in hands-on activities based on training and materials provided - Fill in as needed at the front desk or shop selling tickets and assisting visitors - Show initiative in completing other daily tasks as needed such as program prep and development, historic research, and light cleaning and office duties - Serve as an enthusiastic representative of Girl Scouting   Accommodations will be made to enable qualified individuals to perform the essential functions.   Other Duties: Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job.   REQUIRED COMPETENCIES You must have a background or demonstrated interest in public history or education, in working with the public and youth audiences, and in supporting the Girl Scout Movement. You have a demonstrated commitment to excellent customer service. With strong communication, interpersonal, and storytelling skills, you are excited about making history fun in an interactive museum environment. Reliable and personable, you are a team player with a good work ethic and a desire to learn new skills on the job.   REQUIRED TECHNICAL SKILLS   Comfortable presenting to groups Comfortable working with children Comfort with managing classroom activities Basic math skills Ability to learn and retain tour and activity background information Ability to adapt classroom activities for age and ability     PHYSICAL DEMANDS: This job requires the ability to give group presentations and assist visitors in a busy museum environment and/or manage classroom activities for youth audiences multiple times during a work shift. The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.   WORK ENVIRONMENT: This job operates in a professional museum environment.   POSITION TYPE / EXPECTED HOURS OF WORK: This is a part-time position. Days and hours of work: weekday and Saturday hours ranging from 8:30 am - 7:30pm, and some holidays. Those who are available to regularly work during the holidays and during our busy spring/summer seasons will be given special consideration. Due to the seasonal nature of museum visitation we cannot guarantee a minimum of hours. Current starting rate is $11.25/hour.     AAP/EEO Statement: GSUSA is an equal employment opportunity employer.
Job ID
2021-1736
Job Locations US
Posted Date 1 month ago(11/5/2021 2:37 PM)
When you think Girl Scouts, you might think cookies, but there’s so much more to it!  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, outdoor adventure, and success.  - Girl Scouts has always emphasized the importance of being civically engaged and environmental stewards.  - 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.      Job Title: Girl Scout Outdoor Program Intern  Employment Period: December 1, 2021 through September 30, 2022     Girl Scouts offers our youth members in grades K - 12 robust outdoor experiences through badge earning, hands-on events, and meaningful experiences including camp.  To achieve our outdoor mission of “every girl outdoors,” GSUSA develops content, provides Girl Scout councils support and more builds national partnerships.      Essential Functions – Primary duties of the position  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  Working with the Sr. Director of National Outdoor Strategy, the outdoor program intern will provide significant administrative and programmatic support to two key initiatives – camp programming and our national Girl Scouts Love State Parks event.  Additionally, the intern will support other outdoor projects including badge review, content research and general support.      Required Skills – Competencies – Qualifications – Years of experience required  - Full knowledge of Microsoft Suite – Teams, Excel, Word, Power Point and Outlook  - Ability to maintain, manage and grow contact lists for GSUSA-led outdoor initiatives including state park partners, tree planting partners, camp community members, etc.  - Internet searches including the review and analysis of peer-reviewed articles.  - General knowledge of outdoor, environmental, or STEM education.  - General interest in women’s leadership and advancing girls’ opportunities in the outdoors.  - Confident public speaking and meeting facilitation.    Preferred Education and Experience    - College/Graduate school graduate    Work Environment  - Intern will work remotely       Position Type/Expected Hours of Work   Outdoor Program Intern will work up to 15 hours per week; schedule is flexible.        Benefits  - You will be responsible for up to 15 hours per week.  - Your title will be Outdoor Program Intern.   - You are not considered an employee of Girl Scouts of the USA.  - You will receive an hourly rate of $15.00    AAP/EEO Statement   GSUSA is an equal employment opportunity employer    #LI-REMOTE
Job ID
2021-1733
Job Locations US
Posted Date 4 weeks ago(11/10/2021 11:03 AM)
When you think Girl Scouts, you might think cookies, but there’s so much more to it!  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, outdoor adventure, and success.  - Girl Scouts has always emphasized the importance of being civically engaged and environmental stewards.  - 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.     Job Title: Girl Scouts Tree Promise Partnerships Intern  Employment Period: November 15, 2021 through September 30, 2022     Girl Scouts launched the Girl Scout Tree Promise, their first national climate action, on Earth Day, April 22, 2021. Through this initiative, Girl Scouts across the country commit to plant 5 million trees in 5 years, as well as protect and honor existing tree cover. Within the first six months, members from 110 councils in all 50 states and Puerto Rico planted over 40,000 trees. To reach the goal of 5 million trees planted in 5 years, Girl Scouts of the USA national office is supporting their local councils’ efforts to connect with local tree experts to plant, protect and honor trees across the country.     To reach GSUSA’s goal of planting 1 million trees from April 2022 to April 2023 and building on the successful partnerships that exist in the other outdoor initiatives, the Girl Scout Tree Promise (GSTP) Partnerships Intern will initiate, foster and grow a minimum of 25 statewide partnerships between the regional councils and departments of natural resources.      Essential Functions – Primary duties of the position  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  Working with the Sr. Director of National Outdoor Strategy, the GSTP partnerships intern will identify a minimum of 25 states in which to build sustainable, climate-focused, tree planting partnerships between the appropriate local government and Girl Scout council staff.  The lead will:   - Initiate each partnership including introductions, facilitating meetings and scheduling small to large scale tree plantings  - Identify and share additional resources to each partnership based on American Forest’s guidance and other private and public resources. They may include but are not limited to USDA, National Association of State Park Directors, Forest Service, governors’ offices, and local tree planting partners.  - Support the successful activation of the GSTP National Service Project.  - Update GSTP content on gsConnect and on other platforms as needed.    Required Skills – Competencies – Qualifications – Years of experience required    - Full knowledge of Microsoft Suite – Teams, Excel, Word, Power Point and Outlook  - Internet searches including the review and analysis of peer-reviewed articles.  - General knowledge of outdoor, environmental, entrepreneur or STEM education.  - General interest in women’s leadership and advancing girls’ opportunities in the outdoors.  - Confident public speaking and meeting facilitation.    Preferred Education and Experience (i.e. certifications)  - College/Graduate school graduate    Work Environment  - Intern will work remotely       Position Type/Expected Hours of Work   GSTP Partnerships Intern will between up to 20-25 hours per week; schedule is flexible.      Benefits  - You will be responsible for 20 to 25 hours per week.  - Your title will be Girl Scout Tree Promise Partnerships Intern.   - You are not considered an employee of Girl Scouts of the USA.  - You will receive an hourly rate of $15.00      AAP/EEO Statement   GSUSA is an equal employment opportunity employer    #LI-REMOTE 
Job ID
2021-1732
Job Locations US-DC
Posted Date 1 month ago(11/2/2021 7:53 AM)
Spring 2022 Public Policy & Advocacy Internship (January-May) With Stipend  Girl Scouts of the USA (GSUSA) is the world’s preeminent organization dedicated solely to girls, serving 2.5 million members worldwide. Our mission is to build girls of courage, confidence, and character who make the world a better place. The Public Policy and Advocacy office located in Washington, DC works to build strong relationships with Members of Congress, as well as with officials at the White House and federal departments and agencies. Through our advocacy efforts, we inform and educate key representatives of the government's legislative and executive branches about issues important to girls and Girl Scouting and lobby for increased program resources. This dynamic and substantive internship will provide the ideal candidate an opportunity to promote public policies and research on critical issues facing girls, as well as to mobilize the support of Girl Scout councils and other youth serving organizations in grassroots advocacy. Our legislative agenda focuses on the following advocacy issues: civic education; access to outdoor exploration; financial literacy; girls’ participation in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM); and supporting a thriving nonprofit community. In addition to general office support duties, specific intern responsibilities include: research on girl-focused issues, drafting policy memoranda, assisting in the implementation of congressional briefings, helping to create advocacy materials, attending congressional hearings and briefings, developing content for publication and websites, tracking relevant legislation, and participating in various national coalition meetings. Excellent research ability, writing, and verbal communication skills are a must. This will be a hybrid opportunity where the candidate will work both in-person and virtually. A stipend is available. To apply, please send a resume, cover letter and one writing sample to advocacy@girlscouts.org with the subject line “Spring 2022 Internship Application.”   Please submit your application by November 15, 2021
Job ID
2021-1729
Job Locations US-GA-Savannah
Posted Date 1 week ago(11/29/2021 8:52 AM)
Job ID
2021-1728
Job Locations US-GA-Savannah
Posted Date 1 week ago(11/29/2021 12:34 PM)
Job ID
2021-1727
Job Locations US-GA-Savannah
Posted Date 1 week ago(11/29/2021 12:34 PM)
  The Administrative Office drives enterprise reporting and process discipline across functions at Girl Scouts of the USA with the goal of increasing Movement-wide efficiency in the most cost-effective manner. Work includes driving continuous improvement with measurable outcomes for standards and procedures across vendor contracting, procurement, IT sourcing and development, and property management. Enterprise reporting will develop and share insights into metrics and KPIs across GSUSA communities and initiatives, identifying key issues, impact areas, and opportunities for prioritization alignment. The Information Technology, Properties, Procurement/Sustainability, Public Policy/Advocacy, and Cultural Assets teams within this division collaborate closely with all other Girl Scouts of the USA divisions, while also impacting quality of service delivery to council customers in support of our end girl and volunteer customers.    POSITION SUMMARY   Do you want to have fun while making a difference? The Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace is seeking to hire an hourly full-time Museum Store Representative to sell unique merchandise aligned with the stories of Girl Scouts at the birthplace of its Founder, Juliette Gordon Low. The dedicated staff of the Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace use history to enlighten and inspire our visitors, while supporting the GSUSA mission to “build girls of courage, confidence, and character to make the world a better place.”    ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES   - Deliver superior customer service by making all visitors feel welcome from diverse ages, backgrounds, and abilities. - Actively meet or surpass daily sales goals. - Assist in growing daily ticket sales and promote Girl Scouting. - Serve as Lead Sales Representative in the absence of the Sales Manager. - Develop a working knowledge of store merchandise. - Show initiative in completing daily tasks as needed such as ensuring the product displays are stocked, dusted, and attractive. - Operate a POS register and perform end-of-day functions. - Responsible for answering the store phone. - Maintain basic knowledge of the history of Juliette Gordon Low, Girl Scouting, and Savannah. - Give directions to visitors and provide information about dining, other sites/landmarks, and transportation.   Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.   Other Duties: Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties, or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job.    
Job ID
2021-1726
Job Locations US-NY-New York
Posted Date 1 month ago(10/29/2021 1:44 PM)
The Talent and Culture team strategically partners with all Girl Scouts of the USA departments to create an ideal workplace. Our programs and initiatives aim to provide best-in-class employee experiences focused on attracting, retaining, and developing employees to their full potential
Job ID
2021-1725
Job Locations US-NY-Briarcliff Manor
Posted Date 1 month ago(11/1/2021 8:17 AM)
The Administrative Office drives enterprise reporting and process discipline across functions at Girl Scouts of the USA with the goal of increasing Movement-wide efficiency in the most cost-effective manner. Work includes driving continuous improvement with measurable outcomes for standards and procedures across vendor contracting, procurement, IT sourcing and development, and property management. Enterprise reporting will develop and share insights into metrics and KPIs across GSUSA communities and initiatives, identifying key issues, impact areas, and opportunities for prioritization alignment. The Information Technology, Properties, Procurement/Sustainability, Public Policy/Advocacy, and Cultural Assets teams within this division collaborate closely with all other Girl Scouts of the USA divisions, while also impacting quality of service delivery to council customers in support of our end girl and volunteer customers.   
Job ID
2021-1723
Job Locations US-NY-New York
Posted Date 2 months ago(10/12/2021 2:18 PM)
Brand Marketing and Communications is vital to the Girl Scout Movement’s success in delivering on its mission by enabling vibrant membership and revenue growth; stewarding brand reputation and relevancy; and building engaging relationships and loyalty.     Must submit Cover Letter & Resume  
Job ID
2021-1714
Job Locations US-NY-New York
Posted Date 2 months ago(10/12/2021 12:39 PM)
We seek out, explore, cultivate, and secure strategic partnerships and launch new ventures that significantly increase investment in girls through the Girl Scouts Movement. The investments our partners make are critical to fulfilling Girl Scouts’ mission. We cultivate relationships through traditional philanthropy, corporate partners, government support and through leveraging the brand for alternative revenue streams. We also lead the charge in identifying, engaging, and activating our more than 50 million alums. We steward and lead out on the activation of all funded national partnerships. We build and encourage collaboration between councils and GSUSA to leverage the Movement's existing and potential investors to further the transformational leadership experiences of more than 1.7 million girls and 750,000 adults. 
Job ID
2021-1713
Job Locations US
Posted Date 2 months ago(10/12/2021 5:06 PM)
Marketing is vital to the Girl Scout Movement’s success in delivering on its mission by: enabling vibrant membership and revenue growth; stewarding brand reputation and relevancy; and building engaging relationships and loyalty among consumer audiences - girls, parents, alum, volunteers and the public. #LI-REMOTE 
Job ID
2021-1711