careers/openings

2014 Summer Camp Employment Seasonal Opportunities
Your enthusiasm and genuine interest in girl campers. Your patience and dependability. The way you display a positive attitude combined with leadership and integrity. These are characteristics our campers and volunteers value, and that is why we would like you to explore a seasonal position at GSVSC.
 
In return, we will offer you:

  • An unforgettable summer experience filled with lifelong memories and friendships.
  • The opportunity to inspire girls and have a direct impact on their future leadership journey.
  • A dynamic environment enhanced by beautiful camp settings with many amenities nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains.
  • Flexible scheduling
  • Comprehensive training
  • Competitive salary
  • Potential for full time employment

 

How to Apply:
Complete an Application for Seasonal Employment (#4247), and e-mail it to our Human Resources department at hr@gsvsc.org. Include “Summer Camp Employment” in your e-mail subject line. Applications for new seasonal staff employment must be accompanied by a resumé and cover letter.

 

You may also mail your application to GSVSC, 3663 Peters Creek Rd. NW, Roanoke, VA 24019. Please write “Summer Camp Employment” on the envelope.

 

Seasonal Staffing Needs & Employment Duration

 

Icimani Adventure Center
5488 Yellow Mountain Rd., Roanoke, VA 24014

Camp Director (1) $452/week for seven (7) weeks, May 19 – August 8, 2014
Counselors (3) $375/week for six (6) weeks, May 27 – August 8, 2014
Healthcare Coordinator (1) $375/week for six (6) weeks, May 27 – August 8, 2014

 

Icimani Camp Weeks Schedule

 

Camp Sacajawea
2124 Fox Hill Rd., Lynchburg, VA 24503

Healthcare Coordinator (1) $375/week for six (6) weeks, May 27 – August 1, 2014

 

Sacajawea Camp Weeks Schedule

 
 

Other Employment Opportunities
To apply for one of our job openings, please complete an Application for Employment and then email it to our Human Resources department at hr@gsvsc.org. Applications for full-time employment must be accompanied by a resumé and cover letter.

 

Outreach Program Provider (Part-Time, Charlottesville area)
Outreach Program Provider (Part-Time, Roanoke area)

 

Serving as an Outreach Program Provider for Girl Scouts is a challenging and rewarding career path. Working with girls at the grassroots level within local communities allows those in this position to directly influence behavior and choices. The development of relationships and one-on-one interaction makes this a job perfect for those who wish to make a difference at the community level.

 

As an Outreach Program Provider you have the potential to change a girl’s life. Your presence within the community and the relationships you build will result in trust for the Girl Scouts of Virginia Skyline Council and increased positive changes among girls who may not otherwise have the opportunity to participate in Girl Scouts.