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Working at Girl Scouts is more than just a career. We work hard to make a difference in the lives of girls every day. As one of the largest youth-serving agencies on Long Island, we are committed to building girls of courage, confidence, and character who make the world a better place. 

Girl Scouts of Suffolk County is an equal opportunity employer that values diversity in the workplace. We believe diversity in backgrounds and experiences makes us a stronger organization that is better able to relate to girls who reflect that same diverse makeup. 

We’re seeking talented, forward-thinking individuals who share our vision of helping girls and young women change the world for the better.  

Available Opportunities:

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Director of Finance

*ONLY CANDIDATES WITH COVER LETTERS & SALARY REQUIREMENTS WILL BE CONSIDERED*

The Director of Finance works under the general direction of the President/CEO. The Director of Finance oversees all aspects of the organization’s financials. In addition, this office provides counsel on yearly budgets and oversees all aspects of payroll.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Minimum of 8 years in a senior financial position
  • Bachelor’s degree in finance or related field required.
  • CPA Licensure Required
  • Strong computer skills; proficient in Office 365, One Drive, Microsoft, Excel, accounting software, etc.; plus Abila MIP, Experience in Sage.

Essential Job Responsibilities:

  • Manage and lead a team to meet Girl Scout's mission and initiatives.
  • Cultivates and maintains relationships with Board Members, insurance companies, and all financial and payroll companies to manage all organizational revenue successfully.
  • Advises the CEO and the Board of Directors on all matters about fiscal policy to ensure that financial strategies, decisions, and functions effectively facilitate the achievement of council goals.
  • In conjunction with the CEO, prepares the general operating budget for presentation to the council’s Board of Directors and monitors the performance of the approved budget; maintains responsibility concerning special funds arising from gifts, grants, and other allocations.
  • Oversees all financial reporting activities, providing the CEO and the council’s Board of Directors with accurate and up-to-date information on the economic activities of the committee.
  • Ensures that all council financial operations comply with local, state, federal, and not-for-profit regulations, guidelines, and laws.
  • Provides counsel to the CEO in formulating overall fiscal policies and plans regarding both short-and long-term financial matters related to the council.
  • Directs the day-to-day administration and management of all accounting, treasury, and payroll functions to safeguard the organization’s assets; ensures financial transactions are processed accurately, timely, and are recorded in keeping with accepted accounting standards and principles.
  • Provides timely and accurate analysis of budgets, financial reports, and financial trends to assist the CEO and executive team in decision-making and goal execution.
  • Oversees financial and operational audits, identifies opportunities for improved efficiencies, and supervises improvements to internal controls and operating procedures.
  • Works closely with the Board Finance Committee
  • Periodically review uncollected accounts and coordinate the fund collection activity, determine the need to expense bad debts, implement a tighter credit policy within the council, or increase control of potential bad debt.
  • Maintain all necessary subsidiary schedules (fixed assets/depreciation, investments, prepaid-deferred, fund balances)
  • Coordinate and assist the outside auditors with the council’s year-end audit and expedite preparing summarized reports and spreadsheets.
  • Prepare payroll for full-time and part-time/seasonal employees bi-weekly.
  • Other Duties assigned.

Compensation and Benefits:

GSSC offers a comprehensive compensation and benefits plan with an annual compensation commensurate with experience. In addition, an attractive benefits package is available and includes medical, dental, vision, and long-term disability and life insurance as well as a desirable paid time off program. Employees are also eligible for a 403(b) savings plan.

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Questions? Email Ildalisa, Director of HR, at idiaz@gssc.us
Bookkeeper
The Bookkeeper works under the general direction of the Director of Finance. The Bookkeeper maintains accurate records of the organization’s payable and receivable financials via standard accounting journal entries, digital and physical organization of documents, and management of finance-related project timelines.

*A cover letter is required with the resume submission*

  • Salary Range:  40k-50k
  • Benefits Offered: 401K, Dental, Life, Medical, Vision
  • Employment Type: Full-Time

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in accounting, business, finance, or equivalent education and experience, substituting one year of bookkeeping for each year of the required degree.
  • Excellent organization/multitasking skills; manage deadlines.
  • Strong attention to detail, ability to organize and prioritize work and communicate challenges and successes
  • Must be a critical and dynamic thinker capable of juggling organizational priorities
  • Team player who focuses on building relationships both internal and external to the organization
  • Flexible, focused, extremely disciplined, and able to work under pressure with fluctuating volumes of work.
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Requires the physical mobility to sit or walk for moderate periods and occasionally carry or lift objects weighing up to 30 pounds.
  • Excellent customer service skills
  • Able to work a flexible schedule to support council events, functions, and board meetings
  • Valid driver’s license and own transportation; ability to travel within Suffolk County.

Essential Duties & Accountabilities:

  • Maintains records of financial transactions by uploading batched transactions for approval.
  • Support the reconciliation of transactions relating to Shop sales, Membership payments, and Community Programs registration.
  • Suggests the creation of subsidiary accounts by analyzing the details of daily transactions.
  • Balances general ledger accounts by accurate reconciling entries.
  • Will support monthly reporting by preparing Pro-forma financial statements.
  • Maintains historical records by filing bills, store transaction receipts, check receipts, deposit receipts, and pertinent operational documentation.
  • Creates and manages bank deposits as needed.
  • Responsible for check cutting and cash disbursements where required.
  • Support in the completion of Monthly Bank Reconciliations
  • Suggest and batch monthly recurring journal entries and adjustments.
  • Maintains procurement process and uploads invoices into ABILA (MIP)
  • Ensure proper approval and supporting documents for payment requests and administrative reimbursements
  • Reconciles credit card balances monthly and collected appropriate support for monthly transactions.
  • Assists with the annual audit via schedules and supporting documentation.
  • Other Duties assigned.

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Questions? Email Ildalisa, Director of HR, at idiaz@gssc.us
Coordinator of Camping Services (P/T)
The Coordinator of Camping Services oversees the summer camp staff, as well as the program staff. They implement programs for summer camp, as well as plans and organizes camp getaways/events during the year.
  • Wages:  $21.50/Hour
  • Schedule: Approximately 20-25 hours per week. Must be flexible to accommodate camping schedules. Must be able to work nights and weekends as needed.
  • Employment Type:  Part-Time

Qualifications:

  • Minimum of 3 years in experience in the childhood education field, as well as additional experience with programming and administrating summer camp programs for youth
  • Minimum of 3 years of management experience
  • Experience working in the summer camp or camping activities field preferred
  • Bachelor’s degree in childhood education, STEM, or environmental field preferred
  • Strong computer skills; proficient in Office 365, One Drive, Microsoft, Excel, etc.
  • Able to work a flexible schedule, such as some evenings and weekends
  • Capable of handling sensitive information confidentially
  • Strong conflict resolution skills
  • Excellent organization/multitasking skills; manage deadlines.
  • Ability to lift 30 pounds
  • Valid driver’s license and own transportation; ability to travel within Suffolk County

Essential Duties & Accountabilities:

  • Design, deliver, and evaluate camp programs that meet the needs/trends affecting girls; deliver programs and activities appropriate to each camper’s age groups
  • Oversees camper registration; Assists with the development/implementation of marketing strategies to increase camper registration
  • Analyze enrollment trends by evaluating enrollment percentage of current/past seasons, improving areas in need to increase camper registration, as well as retain past campers
  • Conducts the daily operations of both day/overnight camp by maintaining food service orders for both campers/resident counselors, facilitates and assists with camper arrival/departure, assures compliance with ACA and local health department requirements, etc.
  • Plans and conducts pre-camp training and orientation for summer camp staff; collect camper data (emergency contacts, designated camper release guardians, etc.). Provides all medical forms to the health director
  • Manages all summer camp staff; Conducts staff meetings as needed; notifies staff of any changes in schedules, laws, policies, etc.
  • Assures that camper to counselor ratio is always maintained; verifies that staff has the appropriate certifications for their position
  • Develops/maintains good communication and relationships with parents
  • Manages troop camping weekends, including registration, staffing, and volunteer training
  • Plans and organizes camp getaways, as well as other council events for girls during summer camp’s off-season.
  • All other duties as assigned.

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Questions? Email Cathrine at cadamo@gssc.us
Highest Awards Program Specialist (P/T)
The Highest Awards Program Specialist oversees the Highest Awards process from start to finish for all girl awards (Gold, Silver, and Bronze) under the direction of the Director of Membership and Programs.
  • Wages: $18.00/hour
  • Schedule: 20 -25 hours a week. Must be flexible to accommodate volunteer/girl schedules. Must be able to work nights and weekends as needed.
  • Employment Type:  Part-Time

Qualifications:

  • Strong computer skills; proficient in Office 365, One Drive, Microsoft, Excel, etc.
  • Able to work a flexible schedule, such as some evenings, weekends
  • Capable of handling sensitive information confidentially
  • Strong conflict resolution skills
  • Excellent organization/multitasking skills; manage deadlines.
  • Girl Scout knowledge preferred
  • Ability to lift 30 pounds
  • Valid driver’s license and own transportation; ability to travel within Suffolk County

Essential Duties & Accountabilities:

  • Assists with the development and delivery of the Girl Award Program, and informs the volunteers and parents on requirements and procedures of each award level
  • Review of all award proposals and advises of any changes that need to be made for proposals to be accepted; Ensure proper documentation and format for all awards are completed by deadlines
  • Works with volunteer mentors to interview girls for Gold Award; Prepares congratulatory certificates and letters for leaders and girls
  • Prepares donation letters for award candidates
  • Assists and attends organizing the Silver and Gold Award breakfast/dinner celebrations
  • Approves additional fundraisers for award candidates
  • Approves Community Service Bar applications
  • Works in conjunction with Training Manager to deliver and update all highest award training

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Questions? Email Cathrine at cadamo@gssc.us
Membership Support Specialist
The Membership Support Specialist works under the direction of the Director of Membership. She/he provides a high level of customer support answering calls and emails to aid members with a variety of problems and issues. She/he works closely with the membership staff aiding in the processing and troubleshooting membership registration. The Membership Support Specialist works in conjunction with the Director of Membership in all matters pertaining to financial assistance, troop, and service unit banking. She/he maintains databases and paperwork surrounding Girl Scouts highest awards, and scholarships.
  • Salary:  32k
  • Benefits Offered: 401K, Dental, Life, Medical, Vision
  • Employment Type: Full-Time

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Minimum of 2 years of experience in customer service
  • Minimum of 1 year of experience with Salesforce preferred
  • Strong computer skills; proficient in Office 365, One Drive, Microsoft, Excel, etc.
  • Able to work flexible schedule, such as some evenings, weekends
  • Capable of handling sensitive information confidentially
  • Strong conflict resolution skills
  • Excellent organization/multitasking skills; manage deadlines.
  • Ability to lift 30 pounds
  • Valid driver’s license and own transportation; ability to travel within Suffolk County

Essential Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Oversees membership registration data entry process; assists volunteers/parents/staff with membership registration; maintains the registration information in the database, follows-up with staff/volunteers who have not yet registered
  • Intimate knowledge of Salesforce and its functionality
  • Manages financial assistance requests; registers all financial assistance memberships
  • Assures volunteer compliance of trip approvals/requests.
  • Aids volunteers in obtaining bank accounts
  • Assists volunteers/parents with general membership inquiries.
  • Assists Customer Care Team with phone coverage as needed
  • Supports Highest Awards back-office clerical work. (certificates/letters)
  • Works closely with Past President’s committee and maintains data
  • Attends all events
  • Attends and takes notes at the Membership meetings.
  • Adheres to Council policies and procedures
  • Acts as a role model within/outside Council
  • Strong planning and organizational skills
  • Goal driven; meets department/council goals
  • Capable to productively work independently and as a member of a team
  • Strong computer skills; able to learn and adapt quickly to new software
  • Produces and maintains accurate records
  • Excellent writing and communication skills
  • Able to work a flexible schedule; evenings/weekends
  • Demonstrates commitment to the mission of the Girl Scout movement and the ability to strongly, enthusiastically inform the mission to community members/organizations
  • Ability to meet department deadlines; timely and accurately
  • Supports reception coverage as needed
  • Provides support for summer camp in any capacity for any length of time
  • Support other departments as needed
  • All other duties as assigned

 

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Questions? Email Cathrine at cadamo@gssc.us
Older Girl Program Specialist
The Older Girl Program Specialist develops and delivers programs to our older Girl Scouts (Cadette to Ambassador)
  • Salary: 38k
  • Benefits Offered: 401K, Dental, Life, Medical, Vision
  • Schedule: Monday-Friday (9am-5pm) Must be flexible to accommodate program schedules. Must be able to work nights and weekends as needed.
  • Employment Type:  Full-Time

Qualifications:

  • Minimum of 2 years of experience in the childhood education field
  • Bachelor’s degree in childhood education or environmental field preferred.
  • Strong computer skills; proficient in Office 365, One Drive, Microsoft, Excel, etc.
  • Able to work a flexible schedule, such as some evenings, weekends
  • Capable of handling sensitive information confidentially
  • Strong conflict resolution skills
  • Excellent organization/multitasking skills; manage deadlines.
  • Ability to lift 30 pounds
  • Valid driver’s license and own transportation; ability to travel within Suffolk County

Essential Duties & Accountabilities:

  • Develops programs that serve the present and future needs of current girl members (grades 6-12).
  • Ensures that programs age and ability are appropriate to all ages GSSC serves (grades 6-12); Maintains a schedule of 2-3 programs per week
  • Stays knowledgeable of trends and issues affecting girls to develop programs relevant to those trends/issues.
  • Networks with outside organizations/companies to offer relevant programs for girls; Develops/maintains relationships with outside organizations.
  • Seeks grant opportunities/collaborates with outside vendors/organizations to successfully offer programs; Evaluates the success of programs and assists with quality modifications after evaluation.
  • Assists with inventory and supplies needed to complete programs; seeks approval of supply purchases from supervisor; Maintains set budget.
  • Collaborates with the Membership and Communications departments to assist with promoting upcoming programs, as well as managing the registration of programs.
  • Collaborates with other departments to ensure that all programs comply with local, state, and GSUSA guidelines.
  • Assures program participation is inclusive and offered in all GSSC's jurisdictions.
  • Supports the Program and Camping departments as needed.
  • All other duties as assigned.

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Questions? Email Cathrine at cadamo@gssc.us
Retail Support Specialist (P/T)
Performs a variety of retail shop activities, including operating the shop in an organized, efficient, and accurate manner; providing exemplary customer service; processing transactions; tracking inventory; and maintaining an attractive and inviting shopping environment.
  • Employment Type:  Part-Time
  • Pay: $17.00/Hour
  • Hours: Approximately 25 hours per week. Some evenings / some weekends.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Minimum of 2 years of experience in retail and customer service
  • Experience working in the summer camp or camping activities field preferred
  • Strong computer skills; proficient in Office 365, One Drive, Microsoft, Excel, etc.
  • Able to work flexible schedule, such as some evenings, weekends
  • Excellent organization/multitasking skills
  • Ability to lift 30 pounds

Essential Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Oversees the opening and closing of the retail shop
  • Provides excellent customer service to all customers and volunteers
  • Knowledgeable of the Girl Scout Leadership Experience, as well as Council functions to provide merchandise information and product selection assistance.
  • Promotes the sale of Girl Scout merchandise, as well as appropriately advertises and promotes initiatives as it relates to merchandise.
  • Creates and maintains appealing displays, promotional signs, and flyers to promote and market the Council shop to increase annual gross sales and achieve established benchmarks.
  • Processes customer on-site, email, and mail-order sales and returns; including processing cash, check, and credit card payments, and refunds in accordance with council policies and procedures.
  • Ensure that merchandise orders, receipts, returns, credits, and payment paperwork are completed in a timely manner. Report all delays.
  • Receives, inspects, counts, accepts inventory deliveries, bar codes product, and enters the point of sale (POS)/risk management system (RMS). Ensures that merchandise orders, receipts, returns, credits, and payment paperwork are completed in a timely manner.
  • Maintains and monitors inventory, reports discrepancies such as shipment shortages, backorders, and unauthorized substitutions to the Director of Product Sales and Retail
  • Assists Director of Product Sales and Retail with preparing, coordinating, counting, and processing annual and special inventories
  • Maintains a flexible work schedule to rotate coverage of retail operations including evenings and Saturdays
  • Performs other duties as necessary or assigned.

 

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Questions? Email Cathrine at cadamo@gssc.us
Summer Camp Counselor
Join our team, earn a competitive salary while empowering today’s youth, and make new friends while working in a fun, safe, outdoor environment.

We are looking for team members who are level-headed in all situations, cooperative with fellow team members, and enthusiastic to work with children and young adults in an active indoor/outdoor camp environment. Experience with children is preferred.

Camp Edey is located on 95 sprawling acres on the beautiful Sans Souci Lakes in Bayport, NY. Features two pools, an archery range, hiking trails, boating, and more. Our summer camp program includes everything our girls love, like gaga ball, scavenger hunts, outdoor sports, weekly themed activities/crafts, etc. We are offering 4 different programs for Pre-K to Teen girls plus a sleepaway camp experience.

 Summer Incentive:

If hired starting after July 21 and working until the end of the Summer Camp season (August 26), you will get a $250 Visa gift card.


 Day Camp:  June 28 - August 26, 2022: 9 one-week sessions  (Week 2 is 4 days due to Independence Day),  Monday - Friday, 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM.

Overnight Camp: July 8 - August 19, 2022 • 6 one-week sessions, Sunday - Friday, 4-10 PM / 7-9 AM.

  • Available Positions - 
    Counselors - Must be 18 years or older

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Questions? Email Cathrine at cadamo@gssc.us

 

Girl Scouts of Suffolk County is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, ethnicity, sex, creed, socio-economic status, disability, or age.

Questions? Contact cadamo@gssc.us or (631) 543-6622 ext. 216

EOE. AA. No third parties.