Employment Opportunities with GSMISTS
To apply for an available position, please submit a cover letter, resume, Employment Application and Applicant Voluntary Self-Identification Form to Girl Scouts of Michigan Shore to Shore Human Resources via:
Girl Scouts of Michigan Shore to Shore
Attn: Human Resources Department
3275 Walker Avenue NW
Grand Rapids, MI 49544
fax: 616.784.8187, Attn: Human Resources
GSMISTS is an Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer.
Location: Muskegon Service Center
Position Summary: The Membership Specialist develops and implements recruitment plans for volunteers and girls across all pathways. She/he provides volunteers with appropriate resources and assistance, including distributing and explaining written materials, assisting new leaders in acquiring leadership training, providing assistance in the troop registration process, and monitoring troop progress. Working closely with and supporting the Community Cultivation Manager, targets new areas for volunteer recruitment. She/he develops, designs and implements innovative recruitment approaches, including developing relationships and opportunities among institutions and individuals to identify and cultivate potential volunteers. She/he also conducts public awareness and information activities related to volunteer and girl recruitment. Learn more here.
Camp Kitchen Supervisor
Responsible for accurate and efficient management of the food portion of camp. Assist with all phases of camp life to maintain a well organized and safe environment to ensure the best quality of programs and camp experience for campers and staff. She/he coordinates with Head Cook to make accommodations for campers or staff with dietary restrictions or allergies. She/he promotes Girl Scouting in the community and maintains positive parent, public and community relations. Learn more here.
Location: Grand Rapids, Traverse City and Muskegon Service Centers
Position Summary: The Shop Clerk is responsible for the courteous and efficient reception, referral and service of incoming visitors and calls. Learn more here.
2013 Summer Resident Camp Positions
Camp Director, 25+- Salary $500 weekly, 15 weeks
The Camp Director is responsible for directing the execution of all resident and/or day-camp activities
and operations related to the Girl Scout Leadership Experience program delivery for the Camp Pathway
and outdoor program. She/he identifies, directs, and supervises all camp program activities.
Responsibilities include development, organization, implementation and management of the camp
program operations, systems, and processes.
Assistant Camp Director, 25+ – Salary $350 weekly; 10 weeks
The Assistant Camp Director assists the Camp Director in all phases of camp operations; maintain a safe,
healthy and engaging environment for campers, staff and all program areas. She manages the Trading
Post and supports all staff in their day to day duties and activities.
Health Supervisor, 21+ – Salary $400 weekly; 8 weeks
The Health Supervisor oversees the general health and safety of all campers and staff. She enforces
standard sanitary conditions in camp and ensure all campers and staff are well monitored and cared for
if an illness or an injury occurs. She assists with all phases of camp life to maintain a well organized and
safe environment to ensure the best quality of programs and camp experience for campers and staff.
Program Director, 21+– Salary $275 weekly; 10 weeks
The Program Director plans, maintains and improves the day to day program at camp including the Arts
and Craft area. She assists with all phases of camp operations to maintain a well organized and safe
environment to ensure the best quality of programming and camp experience for campers and staff.
CIT Director, 21+ - Salary $250 weekly, 10 weeks
The CIT Director assists each girl in the developing the skills necessary to work at camp. She develops
with each CIT a progressive program in keeping with goals and objectives of Girl Scouts of Michigan
Shore to Shore and GSUSA. She coordinates the CIT program with other programs, while working closely
and collaborating with Unit Leaders.
Waterfront Director, 21+ – Salary $275 weekly; 10 weeks
The Waterfront Director organizes, directs, and coordinates the waterfront program, including supervising the
lifeguards. She/he assists with all phases of camp life to maintain a well organized environment to ensure the
best quality of programming and camp experience for campers and staff.
Kitchen Manager, 21+ – Salary $275 weekly; 10 weeks
The Kitchen Supervisor is responsible for accurate and efficient management of the kitchen, its staff and meal
planning. She/he assists with all phases of camp life to maintain a well organized and safe environment to
ensure the best quality of programs and camp experience for campers and staff.
Head Cook, 18+ - Salary $250 weekly; 10 weeks
The Head Cook shall prepare, cook and serve meals to campers, visitors, volunteers and staff in the
dining hall as well as coordinate special activity meal planning and preparation such as picnics and pack