Careers

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. 

Click below for job summary.
  • This position is responsible for providing and maintaining an environment that supports the overall well-being, health and safety for all girls and staff within the unit. Helps plan programs and activities. Understands and complies with all GSUSA, GSC, ACA, local and state guidelines. Has experience in being a team player, resolving conflicts, supervision, delegation of tasks and being a positive role model.  Attends planning meetings as assigned.

    Minimum of 2 years of experience in a similar leadership position and/or degree in related field and have a high school diploma/GED.

    ​View Complete Job Description Here.

    This position is responsible for the daily supervision of assigned campers. Assists with planning activities and creating a girl lead environment. Incorporates the Girl Scout Mission and Law throughout the day. Facilitates self-guided activities during the day. Must be able to multi task, be a team player and work well with peers and children. Previous camp experience, completion of Counselor-in-Training program or working with children in a camp or recreation setting is preferred.

    Applicants must be a minimum of 18 years of age or older and have a high school diploma/GED. College degree or experience in related field preferred.

    View Complete Job Description Here.

 

 Resident Camp Positions

 
The following positions are resident (live-in) staff positions, which include food and lodging. Camp staff are given appropriate time off during and between sessions. Female staff is housed in quarters that are centrally located to the girls in their unit/session. Male staff is housed in separate quarters from all females. Camp staff must be flexible to reassignment throughout the summer.

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  • This position is responsible for the overall planning and execution of all group activities and programs including but not limited to: camp wide games, evening programs, meal themes, opening and closing ceremonies, outside program groups, program specific activities for units and other additional programs ensure a great program experience. Must be willing to participate and be involved with the campers, have an outgoing personality, be experienced in large group management and effective public speaking. Works closely with staff to provide fun, girl friendly activities while ensuring all safety guidelines are being adhered to.

    Applicants must hold a high school diploma/GED and have a minimum of 2 years experience in a similar leadership position and/or degree in related field.

    View Complete Job Description Here.

    This position is responsible for the set up and cleanup of the dining hall for all meals, help to prepare food, wash dishes, pots and pans. Help to maintain a clean kitchen. Is able to multi task, stand long hours and be a team player.

    Minimum of 16 years of age and previous experience in food service or in a culinary classroom preferred. 


    View Complete Job Description Here.

    This position is responsible for helping prepare, cook and serve food for all meals. Maintains a clean and safe kitchen environment and follows all safety guidelines. Must be a team player and work well in a fast-paced environment.  Applicant will be required to adhere to all GSC and ACA Food and Safety guidelines. 

    Applicant must be a minimum of 18 years of age, have a high school diploma/GED and 1 year of experience in food service environment with the ability to attain Food Safety Certification.  Current Food Safety Certification is preferred.

    View Complete Job Description Here.​

    This position is responsible for guarding their program area of responsibility, responding to any level of incident around the entire facility, ensuring that groups are verified upon arrival, maintains appropriate ratio, enforces rules and guidelines, makes sure that all participants are in appropriate swimming attire including swim caps. Previous experience in working with all age groups in a camp setting is helpful.  Previous experience in lake or pool settings required.  Applicants must be a team player and be willing to be placed in a unit team, or other counselor position including break relief, when there is no aquatics program taking place.

    Applicants must be a minimum of 18 years of age or older and have a minimum of a high school diploma/GED.  Applicants must hold current certifications in Lifeguard, CPR, First Aid and AED.  College degree or previous experience in related field is preferred.

    View Complete Job Description Here.

    This position is responsible for the daily supervision of assigned campers, from wake up to lights out. Assist with planning activities and creating a girl lead environment. Incorporates and reinforces the Girl Scout Mission and Law throughout each day. Facilitates self-guided activities during assigned captivities and free time.  

    Must be able to multi task, be a team player and work well with peers and children. Previous camp experience, completion of Counselor-in-Training program or working with children in a camp or recreation setting preferred.

    Applicants must be a minimum of 18 years of age or older and have a high school diploma/GED.  College degree or previous experience in related field is preferred.

    View Complete Job Description Here.

    This position is responsible for providing and maintaining an environment that supports the overall well-being, health and safety for all girls and staff within the unit. Understand and comply with all GSUSA, GSC, ACA, local and state guidelines. Accountable for all reports, mail, special needs requests and overall tasks of the unit. Ensures that staff is rotated and shares in all kapers and duties.   

    Supervise the activities in the unit including but not limited to:  me time, kapers, showers and bedtime. Applicants are responsible for the direct supervision of the Unit Assistants and have experience in being a team player, resolving conflicts, supervising and delegating tasks and being a positive role model.  Attends planning meetings and communicates information to unit team on  a daily basis.

    Applicants must a high school diploma/GED and meet a minimum of 2 years of experience in a similar leadership position and/or degree in related field. 

    View Complete Job Description Here.

 

 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
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