If you're interesting in being part of the
world's largest girl movement, you're looking in the right place.


Joining the team of Girl Scouts of Citrus means membership into an international movement that helps modern girls become future leaders. We're glad you're here.

Girl Scouts of Citrus is an Equal Opportunity Employer and Drug Free Workplace. Please follow the directions to apply and send in a complete submission package. All packages must be submitted by the deadline listed in the position.


 Applying for Camp Positions

Each of our camp positions are described in detail below. Please download the complete job description before applying. Complete the following steps to submit your submission packet. Then you can be on your way to camp this summer!

Resident Camp Session Start: June 15, 2014 for 7 weeks
Day Camp Session Start: June 16, 2014 for 8 weeks

Required Dates:
Pre-Camp Training (All Staff): June 8, 2014 - June 13, 2014
Post-Camp Clean Up: End of Sessions

All Camp Job Requirements:

All staff is required to the successful completion of screening:  Level 2 criminal background and National Sexual Predator Online Website (NSPOW).


All staff must be willing to adhere to the Girl Scout Promise and Law along with having a current knowledge, or be willing to learn, of the Girl Scout program.


All camp positions require people who are team players, willing to accept other duties as assigned, able to withstand the extreme summer heat, and can get along with others in various settings.

Your Submission Packet:
  1. Submit Current Resume
  2. Submit References
  3. Submit Verification of Education
  4. Submit Girl Scouts of Citrus EEO Attachment
  5. Submit Completed Girl Scouts of Citrus Camp Application
  6. Send Completed Submission Packet to Aimee Beauchamp.


 Day Camp Positions

The following positions are day (off site) staff positions, which do not include food or lodging. Day Camp runs Monday through Friday,7am to 7pm, actual scheduled hours will vary. Camp staff must be flexible to reassignment throughout the summer to meet the needs of the actual programs and camps offered each camp week. Locations will vary and some travel may be required. 

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We are constantly expanding our listings.
Please check back soon.

 Applying for Citrus Career Opportunities


Thanks for your interest in joining Team Citrus! Please follow the instructions below to apply.

send following to contact person listed:

  1. Submit Current Resume
  2. Submit References
  3. Submit Verification of Education
  4. Submit Completed Girl Scouts of Citrus Application
  • Membership Recruitment Manager

    Department: Membership
    Location: Orange County
    Position Reports to: Director of Membership Recruitment
    Applications Due: Friday, July 25, 2014

    Position Summary:

    This position develops, retains and increases girl/adult membership in the assigned geographic and/or demographic area (Orange), recruits and provides on-going support to volunteers, and assists in developing and implementing plans for membership extension in all markets under the guidance of the team manager and the Membership Marketing Director. These positions represent and extend Girl Scouting in the community through presentations, collaborative efforts, and networking while ensuring the Girl Scout Leadership Experience is accessible within the assigned area or demographic group. 

    Essential Functions:
    • Researches market data and other pertinent information to determine community need and possibilities for girl recruitment in the assigned geographic area.
    • Develops, plans, retains and increases girl and adult membership and adult volunteers in the assigned area of the council while ensuring Girl Scouting is open to all girls and adults by delivering the message of pluralism and diversity through proactive recruitment and retention strategy.
    • Extends Girl Scouting through presentations, networking, and through attendance of community meetings to build contacts, collaborations and fundraising while assisting in the development of new community partners.
    • Participates in the development and implementation plans for membership extension through the work of administrative volunteers while providing supervision, support and direction to those administrative volunteers by interpreting GSUSA and council policies, standards and procedures to assure volunteer effectiveness.
    • Raises public awareness on issues related to girls.
    • Participates in the development of new, sustainable, community-based programs and resources while promoting the image of Girl Scouting as a benefit to the community.
    • Must use personal vehicle for daily travel (mileage reimbursed) and have the ability to work from your home (w/GSCC provided equipment).

    This job description is not intended to be all inclusive and does not constitute a contract.

    Qualifications and Education:
    • Minimum of AA Degree in administration, business, education, marketing, or equivalent experience may substitute for a degree. 
    • 3+ years experience in a progressively responsible customer services or products position that included marketing, customer support, business development.
    • Valid driver’s license, use of a personal vehicle with proof of current vehicle insurance.
    • Knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite and data bases.
    • Knowledge of organization tools and skills in using them.
    • Knowledge of Volunteer Management.
    • Knowledge of Marketing, project management, business and leadership principles.
    • Skills in research, setting goals, maintaining documentation,
    • Skills in verbal and written communication.
    • Skills in customer service and business management.
    • Skills in public speaking, designing presentations, and use of presentation equipment.
    • Ability to train and supervise volunteers.
    • Ability to participate as a positive team member.
    • Ability to work a flexible schedule and attend various recruitment meetings.
    • Ability to network, lead group meetings, and motivate staff and volunteers.
    • Ability to lift and carry up to 25 lbs., stand for long periods of time and help physically set up meeting spaces as required.
    • Ability to understand the importance of volunteer diversity and its role in the volunteer recruitment process.
    The actual job functions and/or knowledge, skills and abilities may be updated at any time.

    • Bachelors Degree in the areas as stated
    • Previous experience in a non-profit

    The successfully chosen candidate is preferred to reside within or reside within close proximity (travel-wise) to the county in which they are being selected and assigned to work. Employment reference checks and successful background screening are required. EEO/DFW.


    Kristin Ramirez
    Director of Membership Recruitment

    341 N Mills Avenue
    Orlando, FL 32803​