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The Membership Director position in Beaufort, Martin, Northampton and Halifax Counties is a part-time (29 hrs. per wk.) temporary position with the possibility of permanent placement. In these counties, The Membership Director is responsible for providing direct support and guidance to current Girl Scout troops in addition to supporting some recruitment efforts in the above mentioned counties. This position is also responsible for managing a team of two part-time staff members who are responsible for outreach delivery in those areas. Our outreach initiative includes the direct delivery of programs to girls in underrepresented areas.
Individual should have excellent communication and presentation skills, customer service and supervisory experience, strong human relation and networking skills, and the ability to manage multiple on-going projects in a fast pace, diverse environment. Comfortable and fluent computer skills a must.
Qualifications include Bachelor’s degree and/or equivalent experience; Girl Scout experience is a plus, but not required. Schedule is flexible. Evening and weekend work required and will include travel. Competitive hourly wage, commensurate with experience. No benefits included.
- Beaufort, Martin, Northampton, and Halifax Counties: This position is part-time (29 hours per week) until January 2017. To apply, email a cover letter and resume to Shawna Peaks, Membership Executive.
Girl Scouts North Carolina Coastal Pines is looking for an energetic, fun and creative individual who relates and understands the development needs of youth and who enjoys working with girls. As a programming assistant you would be responsible for the development and implementation of age appropriate programs designed to build leadership, self-esteem, assist girls in developing new skills, and promote team building. Must be able to work with upwards of 20 girls at a time and ensure their safety by enforcing appropriate safety regulations and emergency procedures. Applicants must be a high school graduate and have reliable transportation. Experience working with children is a must. EOE.
- Carteret, Craven, and Pamlico Counties: Contact Laura Lee Davis
- Chatham and Moore counties: Contact Jennifer Carter
- Halifax and Northampton counties: Contact Cathi Rivera
- Johnston County: Contact Carolyn Carroll
- Martin/Beaufort Counties: Contact Cathi Rivera
- Onslow County: Contact Amanda Crompton
- Orange County: Contact Elaine Penny.
- Robeson County: Contact Njeri Fikes
- Wake and Durham counties (bi-lingual candidates): Contact Shawna Peaks
- Wayne County: Contact Terrica Hay
Have the gift of troubleshooting problems with computers and other technology? Do people find you positive, dependable, and a go-getter? Are you always willing to learn new things? Are you as patient with people as you are computers? If so, then this may be the job for you!
We are in need of an Information Technology Help Desk professional that will help to ensure that computer problems don't unnecessarily interfere with user productivity and fulfilling our mission. This person will provide their experienced know-how in guiding users and fixing hardware, software, and communications related issues in a timely manner. This position requires a high level of comfort providing both on-site and remote technical support to users. Performing regular maintenance, software updates and hardware updates is a core task. This person must possess a comprehensive understanding of Microsoft Office 2013 & 2016, Windows 7, 8.1, 10 Pro and some technical knowledge of Apple OS. Strong customer care skills and the ability to work independently and as a team member are important. A more detailed job description can be found at the link below.
Minimum qualifications include a High School Diploma and at least 2 years of providing Tier 1 and some Tier 2 computer support in a professional full-time environment. Some in state travel is required. Reliable transportation is required. Must successfully pass a background check.
To apply, submit your application including a cover letter and resume through the online application system. No emails please.
Girl Scouts – North Carolina Coastal Pines is seeking a new Grants and Research Manager! Accountable for developing the short-term and long-term objectives for the council’s United Way and grants strategy, the Grants and Research Manager is responsible for developing the council's annual grant strategy; maintaining program and outcome data collection, management, and reporting systems; and providing support to the council's overall fundraising program.
As part of a six-person development team, the Grants and Research Manager
- Directs the identification, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship of granting agencies including United Ways, foundations, and civic groups; prepares and submits proposals for approximately one quarter of the Council’s contributed income streams.
- Develops and oversees the council’s outcomes strategies; working in concert with program delivery teams to ensure that appropriate tracking is being completed and the outcomes are being achieved; advises on survey strategy and develops surveys using Qualtrics.
- Advises and coordinates internal program delivery, finance, and other fund development team members to ensure that grant applications, reports, and funded programs met grant requirements and council priorities; provides project management-level administration and support of critical timelines.
- Coordinates presentations, site-visits, and other application support materials as required by the funder.
- Develops strategic partnerships with funders, and advises management to short- and long-term funding strategies and priorities for these partners.
Success in this position depends on the candidate's strong
interpersonal, leadership, communication, and organizational skills,
high-level of attention to detail, and disciplined project management.
The candidate must have proven abilities to exercise good and
independent judgment, establish and maintain effective working
relationships with volunteers and staff, and consistently plan, act,
and follow-through strategically, tactfully, and creatively – on a
deadline. Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience in fundraising,
communication, or nonprofit management
- Minimum of two years professional experience in fundraising with nonprofit organizations
- Excellent written and oral communication skills; grant writing or development communication writing skills a plus
- Experience with and interest in survey creation, data analytics; and reporting tools and techniques; experience with Qualtrics a plus
- High level of computer proficiency and experience including Outlook, Word, Excel, and project management, survey, and/or donor database software. Raiser’s Edge, Qualtrics, Basecamp, and SalesForce experience a plus
- Strong commitment to the mission, vision, values, and programs of Girl Scouts, and the ability to convey that information through various communication vehicles
- Service-oriented team player able to work with others at all levels of the organization
- Ability to work flexible and changing schedules, including evenings and weekends
This position is full-time, exempt, and works out of our Raleigh office. To apply, email a cover letter with salary requirements, resume, writing samples and references to email@example.com. Applications will be accepted until perfect candidate is found.
Full-time, Raleigh, NC
Envision yourself engaged in meaningful work in a collaborative environment where your ideas are valued and appreciated. Imagine yourself working to your full potential, making a positive contribution to a girl's life. At Girl Scouts - North Carolina Coastal Pines we are all about building girls of courage, confidence, and character who make the world a better place.
We're looking for an energetic and innovative Communications Manager who will implement communication strategies in order to drive awareness of the Girl Scout brand, engage girl and adult members and external audiences in support of the Movement and organizational mission, and tell the story of what it means to be a Girl Scout in today’s world.
Reporting to the Marketing and Communications Executive, the Communications Manager is an integral role in promoting the organization in central and eastern North Carolina and and helping us bring our mission, message, and programs to every girl. This is a full-time position located in the Corporate Office in Raleigh, North Carolina. To apply, please submit cover letter and resume to Meghan Gargan, Marketing and Communications Executive.
- Manage public relations program including editorial pitch calendar and writing and distributing press releases, media pitches, op-eds, bylined articles, and blog posts.
- Actively work with Girl Scout members and staff to secure compelling and newsworthy stories to communicate mission and message, while establishing relationships with press outlets and media professionals. Coordinate all interviews and prep designated spokesperson(people) as needed.
- Develop and maintain a comprehensive list of print, TV, and web media outlets, reporters, and producers.
- Collect and organize all media clips and analyze coverage areas and topics in support of organizational goals.
- Train and assist volunteer media coordinators throughout 41 counties with local press opportunities.
- Browse and monitor media for relevant industry news and trends.
Branding and Publications
- Champion and maintain oversight of Girl Scout brand from both a Movement and council perspective including updating and maintaining local brand style guidelines and use of logos/profiles, as well as serving as a brand advocate for council-produced materials.
- Serve as project manager for the council’s annual publications and print campaigns. This includes: creating production schedules and budgets; writing and editing content as needed; and collaborating with internal staff as well as external vendors.
- Ensure successful implementation of all media and fund development sponsorship agreements, including press and signage obligations.
Internal and External Communications
- Develop council internal and external communications including staff newsletters, updates, and announcements as needed.
- Write and edit staff talking points, presentations, and speeches.
- Assist with communications and event planning for events such as the council’s Annual Meeting, Administrative Team conference, and council gala.
- Coordinate all photography and videography requests for the council.
- Serve as a member of the Crisis Communications Response Team with responsibilities including drafting talking points and key messages as well as media statements and alerts.
- Maintain and refresh Council Crisis Media Manual for internal and external stakeholders as needed.
Performs other duties as assigned.Performs other duties as assigned.
- Bachelor’s degree in a related field and 1-3 years of related, applicable experience.
- Strong public relations background including writing and pitching press releases. Established media relationships in North Carolina, a plus.
- Self-starter with passion for telling the Girl Scout story and knowledge of AP Style.
- Advanced computer skills including Microsoft Office. Must be comfortable designing PowerPoint presentations and learning new technology.
- Excellent interpersonal, written, and verbal communication skills. Must be comfortable and effective interacting with internal and external audiences and stakeholders.
- Ability to anticipate needs while being a creative problem-solver.
- Desire to collaborate and carry a “team” mindset.
- Excellent organizational skills and the ability to juggle multiple projects while meeting deadlines.
- Experience with crisis communications, a plus.
Girl Scouts Raleigh Service Center: Responsibilities: provide quality customer service and support to internal and external customers. Work with customer inquiries by phone, email and in person. Produce fliers, materials, booklets and brochures and other administration duties. Qualifications: minimum high school diploma, degree preferred; three to five years of previous customer service and office experience, including prior database experience; strong computer and data entry skills; outstanding customer service skills; dependability and attention to detail a must; Salesforce Software a plus. EOE. Fax: 919.782.2083 or e-mail Angela Bullock.