The Chief Operating Officer-Mission Delivery (COO) reports directly to and works closely with the Chief Executive Officer (CEO). She/he participates in realizing the vision and corporate goals set by the council’s board of directors by working with the CEO and senior leadership team in establishing and integrating the council’s operational strategies. As a key member of the council’s executive team, the COO is responsible for providing leadership and direction to the council’s volunteers and staff, and for ensuring that innovative state-of-the-art tools, systems, procedures and processes are available and in place to serve the membership.
Major Accountabilities/Job Duties
• Work in partnership with the CEO and the senior management team to shape the council’s business strategies. Play a key management and administrative role in the execution of the annual plan of work. Provide support to assigned committees of the council’s board of directors as needed.
• Provide leadership and supervision to membership, program, volunteer support/training, product sales and data analysis functions to increase the council’s capacity for delivering meaningful program and learning opportunities for a growing membership.
• Oversee budget development and monitoring for areas of responsibility. Lead efforts to ensure that best practices are used and that resources are leveraged and deployed in the most effective way to accomplish the council’s goals.
• Support the council’s commitment of diversity of girls, volunteers, and staff and conduct all activities with a high degree of cultural competence.
• Collaborate with colleagues across the council.
• Actively participate in all-staff meetings, in-service trainings, and other meetings.
• When representing the council to both internal and external audiences, articulate GSOSW’s desired image and position to all audiences.
• Contribute to building a cohesive, flexible, and productive staff environment that demonstrates the values and mission of Girl Scouts and delivers high-quality customer service.
• Subscribe to the principles of the Girl Scout Movement.
• Become a registered member of GSUSA.
EOE/Committed to Diversity
• Bachelor’s degree with a minimum of six years of executive/senior level management experience or equivalent education/experience
• Demonstrated competency across a board range of executive and managerial functions including direct experience in strategic planning, budgeting, sales and marketing, supervision, and mentoring and development of staff
• Passion for Girl Scouts’ mission of developing the next generation of women leaders
• Energetic self-starter with highly collaborative style, maturity and strong influencing skills
• Strong organizational stills and a successful track record in overseeing multiple concurrent projects while meeting deadlines and delivering high-quality results
• Proven oral and written communication abilities
• Understanding of and commitment to organizational diversity; ability to work in a diverse environment
• Strong computer skills including Microsoft Office Suite
• Ability to work a flexible schedule, including some evenings and weekends as required by position responsibilities
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
This is a full-time, exempt position offering a salary of $88,300. This position is open until filled.
Job #: 4027