Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Member Experience Specialist


Outdoor Programs

Boy Scouts of America - Irving

Job Overview:

This positions reports to the Team Leader, Member Experience/Innovation and
has a particular emphasis and focus on continual improvement and revisions
of outdoor programs associated with traditional programs of the Boy Scouts
of America.

Primary Responsibilities:
Establish cross functional teams to identify and develop new and innovative
revisions and/or additions to traditional outdoor programs.
Develop and manage volunteer task forces, and identify leading industry
resources to accomplish the development of new and relevant outdoor
programs.
Develop and manage pilot programs to maintain relevancy to today's youth
and their families. This includes the monitoring and collection of both
objective and perceived data and outcomes.
Keep abreast and informed on the current outdoor and recreational activity
trends.
Continuously update/replace the written and electronic resources and
literature to support a relevant and dynamic outdoor program.
Work with risk management and health & safety experts to ensure safety in
all new programs.
Qualifications/ Experience:
Bachelor's Degree is required. Degrees related to recreation management,
outdoor recreation, or youth programs are highly desired.
Three to five years of direct field service at the local council level,
with a proven track record of successful goal attainment.
Strong working knowledge of youth camp operations and a history of camp
program support. Preference will be given to those candidates who have had
practical application in both implementation and business administration of
camp programs including day camp and resident camp programs.
Project management skills, with the ability to take initiative and
ownership of multiple projects from initial idea phase to delivery.
Knowledge of the Boy Scouts of America policies and Scouting background are
highly desired.
High initiative self-starter who can work in a cross functional team based
environment with the ability to be flexible in the face of changing data.
Compensation:

The National Council, Boy Scouts of America is an equal opportunity
employer. In addition to offering a competitive annual salary that ranges
from $65,000-$70, 000, the BSA offers benefits to include major medical,
prescription coverage, dental, vision, life-insurance, long-term
disability, accidental death, and a defined benefit retirement plan. We
also offer a generous vacation policy (begins after completing one month of
employment) and 11 holiday observances.

How to apply:

Qualified candidates must email a résumé with a cover letter and salary
history to:

Resume.Exempt@Scouting.org

The subject line of the email should state, Outdoor Programs.

Boy Scouts of America