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Member Experience Associate
The Member Experience Associate is the primary support to the volunteers, girls, and families in their assigned territory. With a focus on retention and renewal in their assigned area, this position is responsible for analyzing data related to their assigned territory and implementing retention tactics to achieve girl and adult membership goals.
As a subject matter expert in the Girl Scout Leadership Experience and member support, the Member Experience Associate regularly attends volunteer meetings, facilitates adult learning experiences, assists in mediating conflict, and ensures sound volunteer management, engagement, and appreciation. Additionally, the Member Experience Associate is responsible for engaging and cultivating community support for all Girl Scout programs to achieve strategic goals and objectives.
Girl and Adult Recruitment Associate
The Girl and Adult Recruitment Associate ensures a Girl Scout presence and introduces the Girl Scout experience in their assigned territory. With a focus on recruitment in their assigned area, this position is responsible for analyzing data related to their assigned territory and implementing recruitment tactics to achieve girl and adult membership goals.
As a subject matter expert in the Girl Scout Leadership Experience, the Girl and Adult Recruitment Associate regularly attends community events and activities, establishes, and supports partnerships, assists in the onboarding process of new girls, adults, and volunteers, and ensures new members and their families have an exceptional Girl Scout experience. Additionally, the Girl and Adult Recruitment Associate is responsible for engaging and cultivating community support for all Girl Scout experiences to achieve strategic goals and objectives.
Outdoor Program Manager
The Outdoor Program Manager is responsible for developing, implementing, leading, evaluating, and providing overall oversight and management of high quality and engaging outdoor education programming, including day and resident summer camps and year-round outdoor programs, for girls ages 5-17.
The Outdoor Program Manager is responsible for managing the Outdoor Program Specialist-Camp Director. The Manger provides the Specialist with ongoing training, support, guidance, and performance feedback to ensure they are successful in delivering girl camp experiences which alignment with council outdoor initiatives, priorities, and goals.
Director of Council Program
The Director of Council Program is responsible for the design,
development, and implementation of a council program plan including
virtual programming, community partnerships, and outdoor program,
which encompasses summer resident and day camp. The incumbent directs
and oversees all aspects of the council’s program function to ensure
implementation, delivery, and assessment of a national consistent
leadership development experience for girls in central Maryland.
This position is also responsible for providing leadership and
oversight of the Council Program team as they work to reach, serve,
and support all girls within the council; for the identification and
cultivation of outside sources and internally developed programs that
have measurable outcomes that can be used for the development,
extension, maintenance, and retention of girl and adult members in
order to achieve council goals and objectives Additionally, the
director works in collaboration with other operational and
organizational functions to support the organization’s mission, goals,
and strategic priorities.
Community Program Assistant
The Community Program Assistant is a part-time position responsible for delivering the Girl Scout Leadership programming to girls in grades K-12 in various community settings (schools, community centers, places of worship, etc.) through a series of 6-week sessions following approved curriculum and guidelines. Program locations will focus on areas that are under-served and culturally diverse in Baltimore City and surrounding counties