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Careers

The staff at Girl Scouts of the Jersey Shore is among the best and brightest in our community. We don’t often have job openings, but when we do we are looking for engaging and inspiring people. Any positions available are listed below. Unless otherwise specified in the job description, please submit a resume and cover letter by email or mail it to 242 Adelphia Road, Farmingdale, New Jersey 07727.

Job Openings

 

Camp Experience Manager: Working under the Camp Administrator, the Camp Experience Manager plays a key and integral role in the success of Girl Scouts of the Jersey Shore’s Councils camp experience for girls and volunteers. This position will be responsible for achievement of camp outcomes, planning, implementing and analyzing programs that meet the changing needs of girl members; with a primary focus on camp programs encompassing the Girl Scout Leadership Experience (GSLE) related to camps (overnight, high adventure and summer camp). Responsible for developing and running year-round outdoor and camp programming, supervising summer camp operations, and implementing recruitment strategies as defined and approved by the Camp Administrator, as well as provide additional support to council as needed within the framework of the Girl Scouting movement.

Communications Manager - The Communication Manager is part of the team responsible for developing, enhancing, and maintaining the council’s image and brand while raising community awareness of Girl Scouts and Girl Scouts of the Jersey Shore. Assists in in creating, implementing and managing strategies for public relations, communications, media, and marketing campaigns to promote Girl Scouting to internal and external audiences, using all forms of media available to increase girl and adult membership and gain financial and community support. Works collaboratively with various departments to develop and implement a variety of marketing initiatives to promote Girl Scouting, build membership and cultivate community support.

Director of Programs: The Director of Programs is responsible for all elements of the annual program plan including planning, budgeting, execution, and continuous improvement of signature events, on site programming, community program partnerships. Strategically leads the team in developing programming initiatives that will result in increasing membership retention. As the resident Girl Scout Leadership Experience expert the Director of Program is responsible for supporting troop, community/regional, and council programming that results in high quality high impact experiences.

Fund Development Manager - The Fund Development Manager is responsible for increasing revenue through special events, annual fund and planned giving by identifying, cultivating, soliciting and stewarding prospects and donors for the purpose of advancing the mission of Girl Scouts. This position oversees the logistical coordination of small and large special events and campaigns, in most cases from concept to implementation, to raise funds, engage prospects, alumni and donors and build community. This position provides for the continuity, quality and growth of Girl Scouting by developing and maintaining relationships with donors who financially support the Girl Scout mission.

Major Gifts Manager - The Major Gifts Manager supports Girl Scouts of the Jersey shore’s (GSJS) mission and strategic priorities to increase major gifts through philanthropic partnerships, donor development, and increased brand awareness in the community. The Major Gifts Manager will do this by working collaboratively with the Vice-President of External Affairs, the CEO, other staff, and volunteers to cultivate, solicit, and steward donors in alignment with Council-wide priorities.

Recruitment Manager Working under the leadership of the Director of Recruitment, the Recruitment Manager develops and implements recruitment strategies that are designed to raise awareness and interest in Girl Scouts, resulting in membership leads that can be converted into potential girl and adult members. This position requires extensive day-travel and regular nights in order to meet, present, and network with community organizations, schools, corporations, educators, faith-based institutions, and other community constituents.

Vice-President – External Affairs: The VP - External Affairs is a key leadership position reporting directly to the CEO and will lead initiatives that build and execute brand, strengthen marketing and communications, foster strategic partnerships. This is a senior leadership role that will oversee marketing and communications, fundraising and partnership initiatives, ensuring that we create and maintain relationships with stakeholders, communicate effectively with internal and external partners, garner resources in pursuit of our mission, and steward our brand in a way that honors and celebrates the experiences of our girls, families, alumni, staff and communities. The position is critical to the fulfillment of GSJS’s mission in the execution of our strategic plan focused on developing the potential of our future women leaders.

Volunteer and Troop Support Director – Alternative Troop Delivery - Oversees the management of girls who participate in Girl Scouts in non-traditional ways and ensures that these girls have the opportunity to participate in the Girl Scout Leadership Experience.

Volunteer and Troop Support Director - Communicates with, engages, and supports volunteers in a designated region so that they are sufficiently prepared for their roles.

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