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Unless otherwise specified in the job description, please send cover letters and resume to the Tulsa Service Center or send them via email to humanresources@gseok.org. You will be contacted should you be chosen for an interview. A completed formal application is required before an interview can be granted. To fill out the Girl Scouts of Eastern Oklahoma employment application you can download one here.

Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO)

The Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO) has direct responsibility for developing and executing human resource strategy in support of the overall business plan and strategic direction of the organization, specifically in the areas of policy and procedure development, compensation and benefits, talent management, performance management, and Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (DEI) initiatives.

This position provides leadership by articulating human capital needs and plans to the Senior Leadership Team (SLT) and by developing policies that contribute to the well-functioning and high morale of staff. This position will serve as key advisor to managers on employee development and employee relations matters including legal and policy compliance. The CHRO must research and maintain a current understanding of employment and labor laws and regulations and maintain a comprehensive employee manual that is easily accessed and understood by all employees. Among the priorities of this position is to guide and support a collaborative environment at GSEOK with a focus on achieving our goals with integrity and respect for all.

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Retail Store Manager

The Retail Store Manager is responsible for the management of the council’s brick and mortar retail store and online operations. Provides input into establishing the council’s planned sales objectives. Develops and implements annual marketing plans to achieve these objectives by promoting and stimulating sales of Girl Scout merchandise.

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Program Support Provider – GSBB Program Department

The program support provider is responsible for reliable and courteous transportation service for the youth participants of the Girl Scouts Beyond Bars Program and for community troop meetings. The provider will be responsible for driving 12-15 passenger vans on an assigned route to and from various locations, including facilities operated by the Department of Corrections. The provider will move and transport troop supplies to and from meetings and will serve as adult support to the program staff during the meetings.

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Resident Camp Available Positions:

To apply download an application here. Once completed please email to humanresources@gseok.org. The workweek schedule is typically from Sunday afternoon through Friday. Resident Camp employment is seasonal, with dates of employment approximately starting May 28th through July 31.

Counselor Team

Unit Counselor - Directly supervise a group of 10-12 campers in daily activities and foster a positive camp experience while creating a safe and welcoming environment for campers and staff. Responsible for managing camper behavior and tending to the hygiene of all campers.

Minimum age: 18

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Lead Counselor -
Responsible for up to (12) campers and (3) counselors in a unit. Managing behavior, unit activities, and staff supervision. Must have the ability to supervise campers and staff members and organize and implement safe, fun, and age-appropriate activities. One year of resident camp experience is preferred.
Minimum age: 21

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Program Specific

Program Counselor: Equestrian -  Assist in implementing Western riding programs. Must be a confident horseback rider and have knowledge of safety around horses.

Minimum age: 18

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Program Lead: Waterfront - Supervise all waterfront staff and all aspects of the waterfront program such as pool activities, tubing, corcling, kayaking, canoeing, and paddleboarding. Assist with camp-wide programming and management. Lifeguard experience nationally recognized lifeguard certification and supervisory experience are required.
Minimum age: 21

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Food Service

Food Service Manager - Supervise kitchen staff and meal preparation for camp population each week. Duties include planning menus, ordering food and supplies, preparing and serving food, and scheduling and supervising kitchen staff and needs. Ensure that the kitchen exceeds passing scores on Health Department site visits and enforce food safety regulations. Food management experience and food service training preferred.
Minimum age: 21

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Kitchen Staff - Prepare quality meals for campers and staff. Serve food and maintain Health Department standards. Assist with food preparation and service, dishwashing, and general kitchen duties. Kitchen experience and knowledge of food safety regulations are preferred.
Minimum age: 16

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Administration and Support

Health Supervisor -  Manage camp’s health care center and all required regulations. Overall responsible for the physical wellbeing of campers and staff. Experience in school or camp nursing is preferred. Applicants must have current RN certification and a valid driver’s license.

Minimum age: 25

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