Job Postings

Summer Camp Counselor – Camp Cottaquilla, Anniston
Looking for a fun way to spend your summer and make life long memories all while making money? Consider a job at summer camp.

We are currently looking for summer camp counselors for the upcoming summer season. If you love being outdoors and interacting with children, this is a great job for you. As a camp counselor you will obtain great skills for future jobs as well as some certifications such as CPR, first aid, archery, life guard, waterfront and many more. Our summer season is May 27–July 25.

If you have any questions, please call 256-365-2970. Click here to apply.

Summer Camp Counselor – Kanawahala Program Center, Chelsea
Looking for a fun way to spend your summer and make life long memories all while making money? Consider a job at summer camp.

We are currently looking for summer camp counselors for the upcoming summer season. If you love being outdoors and interacting with children, this is a great job for you. As a camp counselor you will obtain great skills for future jobs as well as some certifications such as CPR, first aid, archery, life guard, waterfront and many more. Our summer season is May 27–July 25.

If you have any questions, please call 205-490-2252. Click here to apply.

Community Development Manager – Jefferson County, Over the Mountain Area
The community development manager is accountable for the comprehensive design, management and implementation of plans to extend and deliver Girl Scout programs in an assigned geographic area. This includes establishing community partnerships and promoting Girl Scouting to the community, foster attract adult volunteers, and stimulate support for the Girl Scout interest in troop sponsorship, attract adult volunteers and girls, and stimulate support for the Girl Scout movement. Click here for the full job description. Those interested should send their resumes to HR@girlscoutsnca.org.

Community Development Manager – Chilton & Shelby Counties
The community development manager is accountable for the comprehensive design, management and implementation of plans to extend and deliver Girl Scout programs in an assigned geographic area. This includes establishing community partnerships and promoting Girl Scouting to the community, foster attract adult volunteers, and stimulate support for the Girl Scout interest in troop sponsorship, attract adult volunteers and girls, and stimulate support for the Girl Scout movement. Click here for the full job description. Those interested should send their resumes to HR@girlscoutsnca.org.

Community Partnerships Internship
Girl Scouts of North-Central Alabama offers a unique and rewarding intern experience for third or fourth-year college students. While this internship is non-compensated, students gain valuable experience in the non-profit fundraising field through participation in event planning, fundraising database management, grant proposal writing, donor recognition and annual giving. Students may also have the opportunity to attend networking or fundraising events on behalf of the Girl Scouts. The intern selected will be provided with the appropriate office materials. The position is based out of the organization’s Birmingham location in Inverness. College credit is available, and the schedule should be agreeable to both the Girl Scouts as well as the student. Those interested in applying should email a resume with cover letter to Catherine Bedingfield, director of resource development, at cbedingfield@girlscoutsnca.org.

Public Relations Internship
Girl Scouts of North-Central Alabama offer a unique and rewarding intern experience for third or fourth-year journalism, communications or public relations college students. While this internship is non-compensated, Students can potentially gain valuable experience in the field through participation in feature and news writing, graphic design, media relations, digital photography, event planning, website development, advocacy, social media and possibly video development. Students may also have the opportunity to attend networking events on behalf of the Girl Scouts. Photography opportunities may take place on nights/weekends. Interns must join the Girl Scouts as an Adult Member for $12 and pass a background check. The position is based out of the organization’s Birmingham location in Inverness on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. College credit is available. Those interested in applying should email a resume with cover letter to Robyn Tucker, communications manager, at rtucker@girlscoutsnca.org.

Product Sales Intern (Huntsville and Birmingham)
Reports To: Product Sales Manager
Time Period: August – November and January – June
POSITION SUMMARY:
The Product Sales Intern is responsible for assisting the Product Sales Manager in implementing the Council’s Cookie Sale Program and Fall Product Sales.

Tasks include, but are not limited to:

  • Assist with training Volunteer Product Sales Managers in the processes and procedures of the Product Sales.
  • Assist Product Sales Manager with cookie delivery set up.
  • Assist Volunteer Product Sales Managers with entering and tabulating product sales orders and girl recognitions.
  • Work with Product Sales Managers to ensure that all monies are deposited into council accounts on time and that troop deposits are made.
  • Plan the annual 500+ club incentive.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES

  • Ability to maintain accurate, detailed records and reports.
  • Ability to learn to use and answer questions about product sales software systems.Ability to understand and carry out written and oral instructions.
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality.
  • Initiative and interpersonal skills required.
  • Ability to successfully work with volunteers and staff.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:
Requires the physical mobility to sit and walk for moderate periods of time and to occasionally carry or lift objects weighing up to 20 pounds.

QUALIFICATIONS:
Must be Junior status in a Business or related program at a university/college level and be able to commit between 10-20 hours per week during the semester.

If interested, please email resume to Nicole Harris at nharris@girlscoutsnca.org, and specify which location you are interested.

Shop Intern – Birmingham
Reports To: Shop Manager – Birmingham
Time Period – August – November (other times as needed)
POSITION SUMMARY:

The Shop Intern assists the Shop Manager in tasks involved with management of the Girl Scout Council Shop. The Girl Scout Council Shop sells Girl Scout merchandise including uniform pieces, badges, and program books for both girls and adults involved in the Girl Scout Program.

Tasks include, but are not limited to:

  • Assisting with maintaining appropriate levels of store inventory, ordering approved selections and quantities as well as special orders.
  • Receiving and marking/tagging store inventory and stocking shelves.
  • Waiting on shop customers to sell merchandise.
  • Assisting with balancing daily receipts with sales reports and produce daily reports.
  • Answering telephone and directing callers to appropriate staff members or their voice mail and/or taking messages when necessary.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:

  • Ability to maintain accurate, detailed records and reports.
  • Ability to learn to use various software systems to assist with shop management.
  • Ability to understand and carry out written and oral instructions.
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality.
  • Initiative and interpersonal skills required.
  • Ability to successfully work with volunteers and staff.
  • PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:
    Requires the physical mobility to sit and/or stand for moderate periods of time and to occasionally carry or lift objects weighing up to 30 pounds.
  • QUALIFICATIONS:
    Must be Junior status in a Business or related program at a University/College level and be able to commit between 10-20 hours per week during the semester. If interested, please email resume to Angie Hines at ahines@girlscoutsnca.org.