Position Summary: The Customized Programs Specialist – SISTERS is responsible for development, implementation and evaluation girl program through the SISTERS Program. The program will begin with girls in 6th grade and will continue each year adding an additional grade to finally mentor girls from 6th – 12th grades. Will develop appropriate programming to reflect girls’ needs and report measurable outcomes with the ultimate outcome of keeping girls in school to graduate from high school.
- Attend training necessary training to carry out assigned duties, including, but not limited to, CPR/First Aid certification, child abuse training, etc.
- Provide curriculum that supports yearly goals and objectives, in line with the Girl Scout program philosophies of GSUSA and GSCTX.
- Ensure that all program events and activities are planned and implemented to comply with GSUSA and GSCTX policies and guidelines.
- Identify, organize, develop and maintain community resources/partners within assigned areas in order to secure support and group meeting space.
- Develop and implement recruitment strategies and retention plans for girl and adult membership.
- Plan and conduct group meetings within assigned areas.
- Provide program evaluations with measurable outcomes for each troop as well as compile data from evaluations.
- Ensure that girls and adults being served are registered as members of Girl Scouts.
- Develop programs for girls and adults of all racial and ethnic groups in order to contribute to the council’s diversity goals.
- Ensure inclusiveness in membership and participation.
- Prepare and submit reports as assigned.
- Participate in staff team efforts, displaying a positive attitude. Work cooperatively with overall council staff to accomplish council goals and objectives.
- Work collaboratively with the Membership Services team to provide cooperative retention, recruitment and training opportunities.
- Provide support for Council fund development and fund-raising activities. Acquiring knowledge of the development process and policies and interpreting them for volunteers to ensure proper and effective communication throughout the Council regarding fund development and asking others to give.
- Contribute to AA/EEO goals of the Council by assuring that all plans reach out to all racial/ethnic groups and provide equal access. Acquires knowledge and understanding of affirmative action, exhibiting a non-discriminatory attitude in all internal and external working relationships.
- Wear official uniform, t-shirt and/or insignia as appropriate.
- Other duties as assigned.
- Bachelor’s degree in Management, Liberal Arts, Social Work, Education, or related field or equivalent directly related work experience.
- Possess excellent computer, customer service, time management and organizational skills.
- Ability to multitask
- Willingness to work with a flexible schedule including periodic evenings, weekends, and/or summer.
- Ability to relate well with people from a variety of economic and ethnic backgrounds.
- Effective oral and written communication skills.
- Problem-solving and conflict resolution skills.
- Reliable transportation and phone.
- Willingness to travel around assigned area
- Some Girl Scout experience preferred.
- Ability to make a commitment to the philosophy of Girl Scouts, both nationally and locally.
- Membership in GSUSA.
- Frequent sitting, standing, walking, bending and twisting upper body.
- Capable of lifting up to 30lbs.
- Capable of viewing computer monitor for long periods.
- Continuous indoor activity and exposure to florescent light.
- Frequent exposure to computer, video, and other copier emissions.
- Some outdoor activities and exposure to weather.
Other Working Conditions:
- Continuous requirement for professional demeanor and appropriate office attire.
- Continuous work as a team member and ability to work independently with some supervision.
- Frequent work under stress and under pressure of deadlines with overlapping projects.
- A criminal background check is required.
The information contained in this job description is intended to outline the general nature and scope of work being performed by an employee assigned to this position. It is not intended to be construed as a contract, or as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and capabilities required of a person employed in this capacity.
Job descriptions are subject to change at the discretion of the Girl Scouts of Central Texas.
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