Careers

Girl Scouts is the world's preeminent leadership organization dedicated solely to girls, where in an accepting and nurturing environment, girls build character and skills for success in the real world. Imagine having the opportunity to create a meaningful employment experience, one that meets your career goals and your desire to do socially responsible work. The Girl Scout Council of Tropical Florida, Inc. may be the place for you!

Benefits

• Medical / Health Insurance
• Dental Insurance
• Life Insurance
• Disability Insurance
• Retirement Savings Plan
• Paid Holiday / Vacation / Sick / Personal Time

Positions Available

  • Executive Assistant to CEO

    Excellent computer, verbal, written and organizational skills. Works with staff, volunteers, and board. Coordinates CEO’s schedule and board meetings. Analyzes data & generates board/ committee reports. Previous experience with boards, grant writing & foundations a plus. Salary Negotiable depending on experience and skills. EOE. Fax resume to 305-253-2132 or email: humanresources@girlscoutsfl.org.

  • SUMMER CAMP POSITION - Unit Leader

    Works directly with a group (unit) of girls and as a team with co-unit leader conducting safe, challenging program activities. Must demonstrate an understanding of the needs and interests of girls. Work well with both adults and girls and enjoy working with children outdoors. SUMMER CAMP STAFF APPLICATION BELOW.

    If you are interested please contact:
    Lori Ross @ 305-253-4841 Ext. 223 or lross@girlscoutsfl.org

  • SUMMER CAMP POSITION - Head Lifeguard

    Responsible for conducting all level of swimming classes according to health and safety standards. Must have American Red Cross or YMCA certification. Must be a least 21 years of age or older. SUMMER CAMP STAFF APPLICATION BELOW.

    If you are interested please contact:
    Lori Ross @ 305-253-4841 Ext. 223 or lross@girlscoutsfl.org

  • Please fill this out for any "Summer Camp Staff" position you are applying for and email to Lori Ross at lross@girlscoutsfl.org.

  • Volunteer Support Specialist

    Volunteer Support Specialist

    Position Summary
    Communicate with, engage, and support volunteers in designated region so that volunteers are sufficiently prepared for their roles

    Essential Job Duties
    •Coordinate support and resources for existing and new volunteers, after the point of placement/onboarding to including: Welcome, Background check, and Registration
    • Monitor troops and participation in order to maintain Troop and Volunteer Opportunity catalogs
    • Monitor requests for volunteer development opportunities, and provide and/or arrange trainings and training materials including the development of all curriculums and content delivery.
    • Maintain volunteer certification/training records and remind when updates/trainings are needed
    • Process volunteer forms according to council procedures
    • Maintain relationships with volunteer trainers, including tracking preferences and availability
    • Maintain adult and volunteer recognitions
    • Answer volunteer questions via phone, email, etc. in a professional and timely manner
    • Track and respond to interest calls/leads and refer to Membership Recruiters as necessary
    • Resolve conflicts
    • Send individual and group communications to volunteers
    • Support council, regional and functional efforts including back up for front desk operations

    Major Accountabilities
    • Keep Troop and Volunteer Opportunity catalogs, training records and materials updated
    • Meet specific task metrics, such as Troop Finance Summaries received
    • Ensure training needs are met in the region
    • Improve volunteer retention rate and satisfaction rate (measured through annual survey)
    • Resolve cases

    Hours/Travel
    • Occasional weekends and evenings
    • Up to 25% travel

    Skills & Qualifications
    • Organized and able to manage multiple tasks and projects
    • Able to encourage, coach, and mentor volunteers
    • Able to develop training programs to support volunteers
    • Able to build teamwork among volunteers
    • Adept at conflict resolution and problem solving
    • Active listening skills
    • Demonstrates initiative in solving problems
    • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills – oral and written
    • Strong computer user skills in Microsoft office including Word, Excel and Outlook and applications such as Personify/ Salesforce
    • Knowledge of GS policies and procedures
    • Experience working with volunteers
    • Passion for GS Mission
    apply at: humanresources@girlscoutsfl.org.