- Position Type
- Part Time
Job Title: Juliette Coordinator
Reports To: High Awards Program Support Manager
Status: Non-Exempt (Part-time Regular)
Location: Mableton Business Center
The Juliette Coordinator is a part-time position, serving girls and volunteers by providing support to ensure effective delivery of the Girl Scout Leadership Experience. The Juliette Coordinator is a member of the Mission Delivery team, which is responsible for girl and volunteer support. He/She will support and grow the Juliette program. Juliette Girl Scouts enroll as individually registered girls, as an alternative to traditional troops - when troops are not yet formed in the area or a more independent structure is desired. The Juliette Coordinator will act as the point of contact for the Juliette families for questions about activities, ways to be involved, and product programs (Cookies and Treats& Keeps.) He/She will facilitate programming throughout the year, including the Girl Scout Cookie Program with parents and an end of year celebration event.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
- Design and implement Juliette program activities.
- Communicate regularly with girls and parents, highlighting Council events and opportunities for Juliette Girl Scouts.
- Ensures required paperwork is completed by girls, families, and/or site staff. To include: Girl Scout registration form, outcomes surveys, and reporting documents.
- Organize programming to support girls in their experience, including the Silver Award Leadership Academy and end of year bridging ceremony (programs are abased on the GSUSA National Program Portfolio).
- Coordinate opportunities for girls to connect through Council and Service Unit sponsored events, including STEM Expo, Cookie University, Cookie Rally, and Night Under the Stars.
- Keep inventory and be responsible for all borrowed program-related supplies and materials.
- Support efforts for program sustainability. Participate in annual product program and all other Girl Scout of Greater Atlanta Program fundraisers and events as assigned. Assure that all monies collected on behalf of the council are returned on time.
- Having knowledge and the ability to articulate the mission, leadership experience, key message points and brand for Girl Scouting
- Provide excellent customer care and follow-up with all stakeholders involved
- Encouraging and supporting girls in attaining desired goals
- All other duties as assigned
- Ensure the girls have FUN!
- Bachelor’s degree preferred.
- Strong verbal and written communication skills and professional maturity
- Experience in working/volunteering with youth.
- Prior experience/knowledge of Girl Scouts.
- Ability to commit to the organizational goals of the Council, including the Girl Scout Promise and Law
- Excellent interpersonal skills required; ability to interact with girls, staff, volunteers, and parents in a positive, professional manner.
- Current Georgia driver’s license and reliable transportation.
- Ability to operate Microsoft Word, Outlook, Excel, Point of Sale systems and all software related to store operations
- Dependable, enthusiastic, and energetic.
- Competent in making presentations to large groups of girls in a variety of school settings.
- Organized, reliable, punctual and adaptable.
- Bilingual Spanish/English applicants preferred, but not required.
- Ability to facilitate large group discussions and deliver program to groups of 100+
- Ability to organize fun, interactive, girl-led activities in a learning environment
- Commitment to excellent attendance at meetings, events, and workshops
- Demonstrated ability to organize, prioritize and work independently
- Willingness to work flexible hours, including some nights and weekends.
- Willingness to attend staff, team, and department meetings.
- Requires ability to sit, stand, or walk for long periods of time.
- Requires the physical ability to occasionally lift and carry objects weighting up to 30 lbs.
- Access to a computer and internet
*Must successfully complete a criminal, motor vehicle and credit background check.