Under guidance of the VP Leadership and Engagement, the Recruiter is a seasonal part-time position responsible for executing effective membership recruiting strategies via in-person presentations and phone calls to increase girl and adult lead generation in assigned, established geographic areas. This may include recruiting girls to participate in the Girl Scout Leadership Experience, recruiting adult volunteers to deliver and support programming, scheduling date and times for school presentations, and assisting with administrative office work. Hours vary by location and can be very flexible with options for each employee. Hours are scheduled on a weekly basis and can vary based on recruitment schedules. The job will run seasonally with required training before staff begin employment.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skills, and/or abilities required.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES
• High School Diploma/GED equivalent.
• At least 18 years of age.
• Related recruitment or direct sales experience preferred.
• Valid Driver’s License with personal transportation.
• Must complete paid training provided by GSHS.
• Knowledge of Girl Scout Leadership Experience, program components and outcomes (or ability to learn quickly upon job entry). Strong organizational skills.
• Strong customer service skills.
• Strong written and verbal communication skills.
• Ability to role model GSHS culture and represent Girl Scouting in a professional manner.
• Ability to embrace change, adapt, show initiative, and strive for continual professional development.
• Ability to be trustworthy with cash and credit card information.
• Ability to demonstrate leadership and mutual accountability.
• Ability to prioritize and meet deadlines successfully.
• Ability to speak in public with confidence and professionalism.
• Ability to interact professionally with a wide variety of people.
• Ability to use Microsoft Office (including Excel) and customer relationship management (CRM) software effectively.
• Ability to work early mornings, evenings, and weekends as necessary to support recruitment events.
• Ability to travel within GSHS service area and work in a mobile environment daily. This may include traveling outside of one’s assigned territory but does not include overnight travel.
• Other demands, as determined by GSHS.
• Registers girl members and adult volunteers as new Girl Scouts, including assisting members through registration process on-site and processing memberships.
• Presents the benefits of Girl Scouting to potential girl members and adult volunteers at schools, places of faith, community centers, afterschool programs, etc. by using established scripts as base presentation.
• Assists with membership pipeline (from initial member interest to registration to troop placement) via phone, in-person, or online.
• Ensures Girl Scouting is available to a diverse population of girls and adults by delivering a message of pluralism and diversity during presentations.
• Clearly understands, communicates, and emphasizes Girl Scout product features and benefits to potential members through primarily in-person communications.
• Understands and communicates the impact of Girl Scouts and its relevance to girls, adults, and local and national communities.
• Works a variable schedule that may include weekdays 8-11 am, 1-5 pm, and/or 4-8 pm.
• Follows established procedures pertaining to Customer Engagement Initiative that support both team and cross functional goals.
• Provides an exceptional customer service experience to both internal and external customers through timely communication, follow-up and problem-solving.
• Other duties as assigned.
Interested applicants should respond by Thursday, April 30. Salary requirements, official job descriptions and other pertinent information will be discussed and provided throughout the interview process.