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Girl Scouts of Middle Tennessee

Outreach Coordinator

Girl Scouts of Middle Tennessee


Job Summary

Responsible for creating and maintaining partnerships with non-profits, community centers, family shelters, women’s shelters, and foster care organizations for the implementation of the Girl Scout Leadership Experience through grant-supported Girl Scout troops and/or Girl Scout programming in partner facilities

Job Responsibilities

  • Implement and/or expand the outreach programming with partner organizations in Davidson County and outlying counties through a community conscience strategic plan.
  • Serves as the direct contact with partner organizations to properly identify the needs of their population and evaluate what branch of our Outreach programming is applicable to the girls they serve.
  • Participates in intentional community networking opportunities and takes leadership roles in the Davidson County community and the community of foster care and women’s shelters in outlying areas.
  • Recruits, trains, and supports volunteers to establish leader teams for each outreach troop or program site, excluding MNPS or outlying school-based troops.
  • Establishes and maintains all troop profiles in GSMIDTN’s membership software (CouncilAlignMENT) so that all leaders and girls served are registered and that data is correct.
  • Aids in all banking needs or oversight for Troop 6000 and LEAD troops, excluding MNPS and Outlying school LEAD troops. 
  • Aids in all Product Program (Girl Scout Cookie Program/Fall Product Program) needs or oversight for Troop 6000 and LEAD troops, excluding MNPS and Outlying school LEAD troops. 
  • Works with Regional Executives to help establish LEAD programming in outlying schools. 
  • Works in partnership with GSMIDTN’s Mission Delivery staff to create programming or meeting curriculum, using existing council-created curriculum to build future curriculum and programming. Takes insights from volunteer and staff feedback to improve and evaluate curriculum.
  • Works with Regional Executives to coordinate curriculum needs of LEAD and Troop 6000 troops.
  • Supports Annual Outreach Camporee and coordinates with Camp and Program teams as necessary to ensure an effective and smoothly coordinated weekend event for all branches of GSMIDTN (Spring).
  • Oversees the uniform inventory upkeep and ordering of supplies for all troops on specific outreach curricula, including MNPS.
  • Travels as necessary for the delivery of supplies to non-MNPS Outreach troops and program sites in Davidson and outlying areas. 
  • Assists the Director of Membership in the establishment of annual and long-term goals for the Outreach Program in Davidson and outlying areas.  
  • Responsible for the establishment and maintenance of Outreach Programming’s annual budget.
  • Maintains an adequate understanding of all aspects of Girl and Volunteer experiences to aid in addressing issues and escalating them efficiently.
  • Promotes GSMIDTN’s diversity, equity, and inclusion activities (DEI).
  • Continues education on DEI and Trauma-informed care practices through outside education and/or training opportunities.
  • Provide measurable data on the Outreach program to the GSMIDTN Grant writing staff.


Education/Experience Required:

  • Computer and Microsoft Office software proficiency is required.
  • Excellent human relations, verbal and written communication skills, motivational and conflict resolution skills.
  • Ability to encourage consensus and teamwork.
  • Ability to work with a diverse group of staff and volunteers.
  • Experience in volunteer management or personal volunteer experience is preferred.
  • Experience working directly with people from diverse racial, ethnic, and socioeconomic backgrounds.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities Required:

  • Possess a professional attitude and strong work ethic with exceptional customer service skills.
  • Ability to accommodate a flexible work schedule including some evening and weekend work and be willing to travel within an assigned territory.
  • Ability to pass a criminal background check including a motor vehicle report.
  • Strong belief in the mission of Girl Scouts and the ability to convey its importance to the public.
  • Leverages business understanding and sound judgment in actions.
  • Maintains effective teamwork through training, great communication, and support.
  • Knowledge of evidenced-based trauma-informed practices.
  • Organized, independent thinker and self-starter.
  • Strong written and oral communication skills.
  • Current valid driver’s license, proof of vehicle insurance, and reliable transportation.

Physical Working Conditions:

While performing the duties of this job, the employee may sit, stand, or drive for prolonged periods of time. The employee may lift, carry, or otherwise move and position objects weighing up to 15 pounds.

Additional Information


Health, dental, vision, disability, 403B with match, Paid Time Off, paid holidays, flexible schedules with hybrid work environment. 

How to Apply

Send a cover letter and resume to sfinchum@gsmidtn.org  


  • Date Posted: May 10, 2024
  • Type: Full-Time
  • Job Function: Programs and Service Delivery
  • Service Area: Children / Youth
  • Start Date: 06/03/2024
  • Salary Range: mid $40's