Girl Experience Manager (Event Planner/Teacher)
Girl Experience Manager
Our Girl Experience team has a fantastic opportunity for a Girl Experience Manager (Event Planner/Teacher) who will be responsible for assessing, designing, developing and implementing high quality large-scale events and educational programs - including creating compelling content! As part of program execution, this role is also responsible for meeting revenue goals, managing expenses, and directing the program to meet established outcomes.
What is Girl Experience? So glad you asked! It's the heart of what we do here at Girl Scouts. The Girl Scout Leadership Experience is a collection of engaging, challenging and fun activities like earning badges, going on awesome trips, selling cookies, exploring science, getting outdoors and doing community service projects. And it's all based around four pillars: (1) science, technology, engineering and math; (2) outdoors; (3) life skills; and, (4) entrepreneurship. Girl Experience Managers develop educational programming around these pillars, both internally, and with external community partners.
The creative and highly detailed individual hired for this role (Event Planner/Teacher) will be joining a team of one other Girl Experience Manager (Event Planner/Teacher), an Outdoor Program & Education Manager, a STEM Program & Education Manager and reports to the Director of Girl Experience.
This is an in-based position that is located at our FABULOUS Lake Worth headquarters! While this role includes many evening and weekend hours in excess of 37 hours per week, an adjusted time policy allows team members to earn additional time off when excess hours are worked.
The hiring range for this position is $38,829 to $42,000.
What will a typical day look like in this role?
Do you enjoy variety? It's nearly impossible to describe what a typical day will look like because no two days will ever be the same! Some days you'll be coordinating event logistics and getting into the nitty gritty details; later on that same day you could be sitting behind a drum set and jamming out with your new community partner. Other days you'll be processing reports to help support membership retention, and in the same day you might be discovering the newest trends in education to help girls develop a strong sense of self!
Girl Experience Managers (Event Planners/Teachers) have the opportunity to bring tailored, immersive and interactive programming to girls; so your strong attention to detail is a must in this role. Planning high quality educational programs that meet budget goals - whether virtual, in-person or hybrid - requires juggling many moving pieces and working with dozens of partners. Necessary abilities include multitasking, professional presentation skills and the ability to work in a fast paced environment.
While no two days will ever be the same, there will be one daily constant: seeking new and engaging ideas to help further our incredible mission of building girls of courage, confidence and character who make the world a better place.
Who are we seeking?
- A candidate with a minimum of 3 years of previous experience effectively planning, creating and implementing successful high-quality large-scale events aimed at youth, both virtually and in person.
- Someone with experience developing and managing an annual budget and ensuring consistent oversight that meets or exceeds outcomes in participation and established revenue goals.
- An individual with a demonstrated history of developing unique and compelling content for youth.
- Someone committed to performing their work using a diversity, equity and inclusion lens.
- An individual with previous demonstrated experience in outcome reporting for grant funded programs to ensure the delivery of grant fulfillment requirements.
- A candidate with a demonstrated understanding in the marketing of large scale events, and collaborating with community partners.
- Someone with previous demonstrated leadership skills in the recruitment, management and retention of adult volunteers.
- A dynamic individual with demonstrated proficiency in collaboration, public speaking and presentation development, and possess a high degree of accuracy and attention to detail.
What else will you need?
- Bachelor's degree or equivalent relevant experience.
- Minimum of three years recent, relevant experience required.
- Working knowledge of Salesforce or similar databases preferred.
- Experience working in a nonprofit organization preferred.
- Bilingual (Spanish) preferred.
What will you get?
We are an energetic group that works really hard, but we also like to have lots of FUN! We're building future leaders of tomorrow, so we provide development opportunities that foster both professional and personal growth and an exceptional benefits package that includes paid holidays; a paid summer shut-down the 1st week in July and a paid winter break!
We provide an exceptional work environment; generous amount of vacation and sick time; subsidized medical and dental insurance; free Teladoc, employee assistance program access, life and disability insurance; and offer for employees to fund through payroll deductions additional life insurance, flexible spending accounts, a pre-paid legal plan, vision coverage, and discounts on veterinarian visits. Team members also receive discounts at our Council shop and are eligible to participate in a 401k plan with employer match from day one with no vesting period! An additional 401k profit sharing plan is also available after one year of service with a vesting schedule.
As if that's not enough, all team members are invited to join our Equity Team, to participate in Dog Days of Summer, on-site yoga, on-site massages and regular Health & Wellness challenges! We are also a Public Service Loan Forgiveness qualifying employer.
How do you apply?
Click here to complete our online application in consideration for an opportunity to begin your career in Girl Scouting today!
Girl Scouts of Southeast Florida, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer.