Girl Scouts of Middle Tennessee offers amazing careers for talented, forward-thinking individuals who share our vision of helping girls change the world for the better.

Here’s your opportunity to enhance your career while making a difference in girls’ lives and in the world. At Girl Scouts of Middle Tennessee, you can build a rewarding career in everything from programming to marketing to fund development—and more.

To Apply

Please email the following to jsearch@gsmidtn.org.

Equal Opportunity Employer

Girl Scouts of Middle Tennessee is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, religion, age, or disability in our employment, training, compensation, or promotion practices.

For full-time positions, Girl Scouts of Middle Tennessee offers employer-paid time off (PTO), paid life insurance, and long-term disability. The council also pays for a portion of employee medical and dental insurance. Optional benefits include short-term disability, vision, flexible spending accounts, additional life insurance, and cancer and accident insurance.

Full Time Positions

  • Volunteer Resource Specialist

    Job Title: Volunteer Resource Specialist
    Department: Program and Volunteer Support Department
    Classification: Exempt
    Supervisor: Director of Programs and Volunteer Support

    Position Overview: Responsible for exceptional education and support for all adult volunteers by providing effective resources, comprehensive trainings, dynamic events, and exceptional communication. The specialist will ensure all materials, information and trainers exceed the standards outlined in the Council Plan of Work. This position will be responsible for creating new trainings that contribute to both new and tenured volunteers. Additionally, the Specialist will serve as a front-line point of contact on a daily basis for all volunteer inquiries and needs.

    Duties and Responsibilities:

    • Create and implement year-round training & support opportunities for adult volunteers, including First Aid and CPR, while working to create and implement new training opportunities for both new and tenured volunteers. Assists and supports all other Council Trainings.
    • Maintain a level of expertise necessary to be considered a content expert on the entire troop leader and volunteer experience within Girl Scouts of Middle Tennessee.
    • Respond to volunteer requests for information via telephone, email, and walk-in inquires in a timely and professional manner.
    • Recruit, train and support new trainers and ensure current staff is up to date.
    • Maintain full proficiency in the organization’s registration software system to serve as a knowledge base for volunteers.
    • Analyze feedback and volunteer insights to implement effective retention strategies.
    • Evaluate, assess and recommend modifications to volunteer support structures and processes on an ongoing basis as necessary.
    • Independently develop, plan, and execute small to medium scale volunteer events while assisting in development and execution of large-scale events.
    • Track volunteer training engagement data and coordinate with fund development as necessary.
    • Manage all aspects of the Girl Scout Adult Awards process, including application submissions, reviews, and award ceremonies.
    • Ensure that all Volunteer training records are maintained.
    • Collaborate with other departments to develop materials, guides, and trainings for leaders and volunteers.
    • Become the Council subject matter expert on First Aid/CPR including maintaining CPR/First Aid Instructor certification.
    • Utilize technology effectively to provide synchronous and asynchronous training opportunities that ensure access to all volunteers.
    • Develop and maintain a comprehensive Troop Resource inventory and oversee the reservation process.
    • Accept additional responsibilities and perform other duties as delegated.

    Education/Experience Required:

    • Bachelor’s degree required.
    • Volunteer management experience preferred.

    Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities Required:

    • Thorough Girl Scout knowledge and experience preferred.
    • Strong computer skills.
    • Excellent customer service skills.
    • Highly motivated and enthusiastic team player with a positive attitude.
    • Belief in the purpose, values, and mission of the Girl Scouts of the USA and the Girl Scouts of Middle Tennessee.
    • Excellent verbal, written, and interpersonal communication skills, including conflict resolution skills.
    • Strong organizational skills.
    • Ability to handle multiple projects simultaneously.

    Physical Working Conditions:

    While performing the duties of this job, the employee may sit or stand for prolonged periods of time.  The employee may lift, carry or otherwise move and position objects weighing up to 20 pounds.

    Download Job Description

    To apply, please submit the completed Employment Application to jsearch@gsmidtn.org.

Part Time & Seasonal Positions

  • Program Facilitators
    Council Program Event Facilitator

    The Council Program Event Facilitator works with the Program Managers to deliver prepared Girl Scout activities to girls K-12 at various sites within our 39 county service area. This is a part-time position with a varied schedule. Travel and a valid driver’s license is required.

    Help the girls discover who they want to become, how they belong, what they believe, and how they can influence their own community. You will help facilitate activities for the girls with Girl Scout staff, ensure proper health and safety standards are followed, adapt program materials, and serve as a positive role model for the girls. Bilingual is desirable.

    To apply, please submit the completed Employment Application to Alice Fair at afair@gsmidtn.org.


    Outdoor Adventure Program Facilitators

    Girl Scouts of Middle Tennessee is currently hiring Outdoor Adventure Program Facilitators to work part-time, flexible hours year-round at our camp properties. Outdoor Adventure Program Facilitators deliver quality programs designed by Girl Scouts of Middle Tennessee and are scheduled by the Outdoor Adventure Manager.

    We provide training in outdoor adventure areas such as archery, canoeing, high ropes, kayaking, obstacle courses, rappelling, rock climbing, team adventure, tree climbing, and more. To apply, please submit the completed Outdoor Adventure Program Facilitator Application to Lanny Brown at lbrown@gsmidtn.org.

  • Volunteer
    Service Unit Volunteer

    Service units are groups of troops in a given geographical area. These groups provide service support to volunteers and Girl Scouts of Middle Tennessee council. These positions deal with overall troop management in your area and have varying levels of time commitment and activity. Fill out our contact form to begin helping Girl Scout troops in your area!


    Troop Leader

    Troop leaders serve as key role models to girls and are at the center of the Girl Scout Movement. Time commitment can vary and the provided training gives you the necessary tools to be a successful troop leader. As a leader, you have flexibility in helping the girls take ownership of their activities as a troop. Fill out our contact form to start shaping the lives of girls!

  • Trainer

    The Adult Training Program Trainer works with Volunteer Resources to deliver trainings to Girl Scout leaders and adults at various sites within our 39 county service area. This is a part-time position with a varied schedule (typically weekends). We provide trainings for leaders and adult volunteers including Camping Skills and CPR. All necessary training will be provided to you. Travel and a valid driver’s license required.

    To apply, please submit the completed Employment Application to volunteerresources@gsmidtn.org.