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Working for Girl Scouts

Imagine working for the world's preeminent leadership organization dedicated solely to girls. An organization that makes a positive difference in the lives of girls and a lasting impact on the community – a place that builds girls of courage, confidence and character, who make the world a better place. Now imagine working for Girl Scouts.

Working for Girl Scouts of Tropical Florida is about much more than a job. It’s about passion and commitment to help girls – all girls – grow into the best version of themselves. It’s about delivering leadership programs for girls, working side-by-side with volunteers to bring the Girl Scout mission to life and forming lasting partnerships in the community.

If you are ready to embark on a challenging, yet rewarding career, get started by viewing our job opportunities.

Available Positions

Job Title:  Troop Support

Are you looking for more than just another job? Do you want to be part of an awesome organization that makes difference in the lives of girls? Then the Girl Scouts of Tropical Florida wants YOU!

We’re looking for someone who embodies the spirit of the G.I.R.L.:

A Go-Getter who will inspire others to become a part of Girl Scouting.

An Innovator who can seek out new opportunities for girls and adult volunteers.

A Risk Taker who isn’t afraid to hear “no,” instead uses every “no” as inspiration to reach higher.

A Leader who will guide new and potential girls and adult volunteers to find their own inner G.I.R.L.

This is a brand-new gig at Girl Scouts of Tropical Florida, which means you can help influence your role. You’ll be the one to champion the Girl Scout movement across Miami and the Keys, supporting middle to high-school girls and troops.

Ready to learn more?


You’ll be working primarily in our Council Service Center

11347 SW 160th Street

Miami, Fla.

Position Summary:

  • Communicate with, engage and support volunteers to help them be prepared for their roles.

  • Communicate with, engage and support older girls so that they have a rich and rewarding Girl Scout experience.

  • Coordinate support and resources for existing and new volunteers after the point of placement

  • Monitor troops and participation in order to maintain the Opportunity Catalog

  • Answer volunteer questions by phone, email, in-person, etc. in a professional and timely manner with the goal of providing excellent customer service

  • Monitor requests for volunteer development opportunities, and provide and/or arrange trainings

  • Oversee Bronze, Silver and Gold higher awards by providing girl training, committee support and progress tracking

  • Ensure Individual Girl Members (Juliettes) receive communications and opportunities to participate in Girl Scouts opportunities

  • Identify, cultivate, train or arrange training for Program Aides, Counselors-in-Training and Volunteers-in-Training

  • Maintain certification records for trainings

  • Process volunteer forms according to council procedures

  • Resolve conflicts

  • Send individual and group communications to volunteers

  • Support council, regional and functional efforts

  • Cross train in Recruitment—Inside  and Customer Contentment

Major Accountabilities

  • Update and maintain Opportunity Catalog

  • Meet specific task metrics, such as Troop Finance Summaries received

  • Ensure training needs are met

  • Improve volunteer retention rate

  • Resolve Cases


  • 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 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 (bilingual preferred but not required)

  • Girl Scouts (or other non-profit) experience a plus but not required

Salary plus incentives, employer subsidized health, life and disability insurance, 25 days paid time off yearly

Does this sound like you?  Drop us a quick note, telling us why you think you’re the right fit. Please include your resume for review. (please, no phone calls).