Unless otherwise specified in the job description, please send cover letters and resume to the Tulsa Service Center or send via email to DChambers@gseok.org. You will be contacted should you be chosen for an interview. Formal applications will be filled at the time of interview or you can download one here.
Director of Membership
The membership director is responsible for implementing and achieving year-round plans for girl and adult membership growth and retention. Through leadership of the membership team, they provide strategic oversight of membership growth strategies and campaigns, champion council priorities, and ensure the adherence of those initiatives to the philosophy of Girl Scouts. The membership director is accountable for the overall success of membership growth and retention initiatives and growing strong relationships by working interdepartmentally to achieve overall membership goals.
Membership Development Manager
In order to increase girl and volunteer participation as well as build stronger community partnerships, the membership development manager, as part of a larger cross functional team, is responsible for analyzing, developing, recommending, implementing, and managing strategies for membership development; volunteer recruitment, onboarding, and support; team effectiveness; and high quality community engagement for the council. She/he will accomplish this by collaborating with the troop support team; engaging potential volunteers through strong professional networks; developing relationships with key community partners such as schools, faith-based organizations, businesses, and other not-for-profits; initiating and pursuing innovative strategies to convert prospective members to registered members and volunteers; and support our service unit leadership teams in an assigned area.
Community Outreach Specialist
The Community Outreach Specialist is responsible for organizing and providing support to Girl Scouts in assigned special areas. These areas include but are not limited to:
- Homeless shelters
- Public housing
- Girl Scouting in the School Day
- Community troops
- Alternative schools
Community Development Driver
The Community Development driver is responsible for providing reliable and courteous transportation service to Community Development participants. S/he will be responsible to drive 12-15 passenger van on an assigned route to transport individuals to and from various locations. The Driver will move and transport troop supplies to and from troop meetings. When not on assignment s/he will be designated to assist program staff in activities such as troop meeting support.