Guides the service unit team toward service unit and GSSNV goals and
act as a role model of leadership to volunteers in your area. This
position has a three-year term limit, with the third year training a
Support Team: Troop/Service Unit Support Specialist
Do you have a passion for…
- The Girl Scout Movement, working with Girl Scout leaders and troops
- Empowering and supporting peers
- Working with people of all racial, ethnic, cultural, religious, socioeconomic backgrounds and ability levels
- Active member of the preeminent leadership development organization for girls
- Working in a team with a common goal and acting as an example of leadership
- Utilize and enhance valuable skills, especially communication, delegation, public speaking, and leadership
- Plan and direct leader meetings, holding regularly scheduled meetings throughout the Girl Scout year.
- Aspire to involve as many leaders as possible in service unit meetings and events.
- Ensure that the service unit works to meet the yearly objectives as set by GSSNV and GSUSA.
- Encourage all members to follow all GSSNV and GSUSA policies and procedures.
- Become familiar with all service unit roles to provide guidance to team members as needed.
- Encourage members to step into open service unit team positions, providing descriptions of roles and expectations.
- Age 18 or older, a member (or willing to become a member) of Girl Scouts of the USA, and able to pass a criminal background check every three years
- Remain a member in good standing, adhering to council policies and procedures while maintaining a positive relationship with council staff
- Complete training for role if required
- Adaptability - adjust and modify behavior and remain flexible and tolerant in response to changing situations and environments.
- Strong communication, organization, and conflict management skills
- Opt-in to receive electronic communications
- Participate in an end of year assessment
- Contribute to the commitment to a diverse and pluralistic Girl Scout membership