Girl Scouts of Greater Atlanta

  • Membership Recruiter (Temporary/Seasonal)

    Job Locations US-GA
  • Job Summary

    The primary duty of the Seasonal Membership Recruiter is to assist the Community Engagement team during the summer/fall season in the recruitment of girls and adults to meet established new member goals. This entails recruiting members to sign up and pay membership dues within a defined geographic sales territory in the Council’s 34-county geography. This is a field based position and it is expected that the Recruiter will spend 90% or more of his/her time in the field at scheduled recruitment events. The ideal candidate will be able to work a flexible schedule including evenings & weekends during summer & fall recruitment season.

    Duties & Responsibilities

    • Lead and co-lead recruitment events at public and private schools, community centers, rec centers, youth program sites, houses of worship and other community locations within assigned territory
    • Inform parents, families, principals, teachers, PTAs, center directors, faith leaders and others of the features of Girl Scouting
    • Facilitate opportunities for girls and adults to join Girl Scouts as a member by assisting in formation of new troops, recruiting adults to serve as troop leaders and directing girls and adults to opportunities to join existing troops
    • Provide administrative support such as printing promotional material, confirming events and data entry
    • Prepare for recruitment events by ensuring adequate inventory of giveaways and marketing material
    • Submit updated sales and recruitment activity on a weekly basis
    • Partner with cross functional teams as needed to achieve goals


    Skills & Experience


    • Bachelor’s degree preferred
    • One year of sales or sales support experience
    • Excellent interpersonal skills
    • Strong written and verbal communication and presentation skills
    • Ability to record, maintain and communicate accurate data
    • Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint knowledge
    • Positive, self-motivated professional
    • Ability to work well with a team and independently
    • Accepts and promotes the values of the Girl Scout Promise and Law
    • Must be able to complete & clear a MVR, and Criminal Background Check 



    • Prior experience and/or knowledge of outside sales, marketing and/or community relations
    • Project management
    • Knowledge of Girl Scout organization


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