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If you’re interested 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.

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



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Part-time Community Troop Facilitator

The Community Troop Facilitator is responsible for delivering the Girl Scout program to community based troops within hard to serve areas. The Community Troop Facilitator is responsible for developing and maintaining the relationships with the community partners in same area while striving to transition these troops from staff led to volunteer led when applicable.

To apply, send resume, references, and application to Cecilia Scott at


Program Manager

The Program Manager oversees Girl Scout program focused on the entrepreneur pillar ensuring high quality implementation of the Girl Scout Leadership Experience to girls in grades K-12 by maintaining community partner relationships and programming opportunities and executing council-wide programs and initiatives including annual celebrations and council-wide girl groups.  

To apply, send resume, references, and application to Meredith Slaymaker at mslaymaker@citrus-gs.orgApplications are due October 6, 2018.


Camp Ranger

Connecting with nature in a girl-led setting is one of the best experiences awaiting Girl Scouts who visit the Mah-Kah-Wee Program Center in Central Florida.  As a year-round Camp Ranger with Girl Scouts of Citrus, you will work alongside other Rangers to ensure the safety and cleanliness of all council properties while supporting summer camp and year-round outdoor programming for girls and adult volunteers. The position routinely requires working on Saturdays and/or Sundays and evenings and you may be required to stay on property in camp housing overnight when camp is in session. Camp Ranger responsibilities include, but are not limited to: overall maintenance and upkeep of all council properties including: program areas, buildings structures, grounds, vehicles, equipment, roads and trails. Rangers are required to utilize established property management and maintenance systems.  Sites and facilities are to be maintained in a safe, clean and usable condition at all times while giving consideration to the preservation of natural resources. Camp Ranger must pass a level-2 background check.

To apply, send resume, references, and application to Susan Ennis  at and Susie Marsh at smarsh@citrus-gs.orgApplications are due September 26, 2018.