The Greater Tampa Bay Area Council is currently accepting applications for the following positions:
• The Greater Tampa Bay Area Council, Boy Scouts of America has an immediate opening for an Entry Level Executive Staff position. There are opportunities for advancement and career growth in this position. Responsibilities include volunteer management, customer service, marketing and public relations. Candidates must meet the minimum requirement of a Bachelor’s Degree, possess good communication skills, an outgoing personality, and be willing to live and work in the territory they might be selected for. Salary is $41,000 per year, with an outstanding benefits package including major medical, paid time off and an auto allowance for business specific travel. To join a fun, action-oriented work environment; send your resume with cover letter to: District Executive Staff Position, Greater Tampa Bay Area Council, 13228 N. Central Ave., Tampa, FL 33612 or forward electronically to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Job Type: Full-time
Pay: $41,000 per year
- Dental Insurance
- Health Insurance
- Paid Time Off
- Vision Insurance
- Day shift
- Monday to Friday
- Night Shift
- Occasional Weekends
- Bachelor’s (Required)
- Multiple locations
- On the road
- Community appointments prevalent
Position: Office Assistant/Receptionist
Position location: Tampa, Florida
Council Website: www.tampabayscouting.org
Hours: Monday through Friday – 8:30am to 5pm (Full Time position with benefits)
This non-exempt Office Assistant/Receptionist position provides office support and assistance to field staff and
Customer Service area through daily administrative tasks.
▪ Provide customer service to walk-in traffic, answer phone calls with inquiries for membership services,
awards and unit – related information, and all payments.
▪ Process data input, tracking, over the counter, via phone and online event registration for all District
▪ Assist field staff team members and leaders with secretarial support functions.
▪ Receipt payments in system for events, unit payments and programs/activities.
▪ Database record keeping and management for District events, special events and/or any related events as
▪ Process printing of program flyers and mail room materials as needed.
▪ Process General Liability Insurance requests from units and special events.
▪ Assist with daily close-out reports, monthly close-out reports, and end of year for Registration and CashReceipt system.
▪ Serve as back up assistant to Registrar for membership processing.
▪ Cross-trained to provide assistance to other departments for administrative support and duties.
▪ Process Work-Orders as assigned by Supervisor
▪ To be accountable to Supervisor and Managers for achieving work results.
▪ To be accountable to the Supervisor for task and project completion in a timely manner.
▪ To be reviewed quarterly by your supervisor on achieving your SMART goals by year end and achieving
your weekly and monthly objectives.
▪ Proficient in MS applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher, Access and Outlook); requires advanced
knowledge and hands-on experience in Excel, database management and mail merge.
▪ Minimum of High School diploma or GED. Preference of Associate Degree or Administrative Support
training certification or equivalent from an accredited institution.
▪ Preferred professional experience and/or related background in fast-paced professional support role of at
least 3-5 years.
▪ Deadline-driven, details-oriented, ability to follow instructions and complete tasks with desired results with
flexibility to adapt to changes if needed.
▪ Professional attitude, friendly, courteous, and ability to work with team members.
▪ Bi-lingual preferred (Spanish/English fluency) desired, but not required.Other Related Activities:
Contingent on the Council’s need and the demonstrated abilities of the Assistant involved, additional duties will
be performed as assigned.
Work Relationships, Supervision, Volunteer Relations:
▪ A positive working relationship must be kept with the office and professional staff of the Council. This
includes courtesy, respect, and flexibility.
▪ Supervision comes directly from Supervisor. An open door policy is always in effect and any problem can
be discussed and any help requested without fear of reprisal.
▪ Volunteer relationships are paramount. The Assistant must have the utmost integrity both in his/her professional and personal life. How the Assistant is perceived is the cornerstone of the position.
Materials and Equipment Used:
Computer (desktop), fax machine, computer, copy machine, television, tape recorder, file cabinets, hand truck,
telephone, hand tools.
Climbing, stooping, kneeling, crouching, reaching, standing, walking, pushing, pulling, lifting, fingering, grasping,
feeling, talking, hearing, traveling, and sedentary to heavy work.
Reading, detail work, confidentiality, problem solving, language, stress, training, math, reasoning, verbal
communication, written communication, adult contact, youth contact, multiple current tasks, constant
The Assistant is subject to both inside and outside conditions, but is not substantially exposed to adverse
How to apply:
Qualified candidates MUST submit cover letter and resume with salary history to email@example.com
(Resume’ without salary history and cover letter WILL NOT be considered)
Absolutely No Phone Calls/No Walk-In
Only the most qualified candidates will be contacted.
(software knowledge testing and background check will be conducted thoroughly)
Greater Tampa Bay Area Council, Boy Scouts of America
To provide specific functional program support and direct leadership to assigned Scouting Programs in units serving the low-income communities that are deemed appropriate by the Scout Executive.
Essential Functions: 90% of time
- Lead Scout meetings at the designated locations following the program provided.
- Ensure all participants experience a quality program on regular basis (typically weekly).
- Develop program and program materials for Scouting Programs based upon National Standards and BSA programs.
- Deliver program materials and provide leadership support to partner program sites.
- Work with volunteers to develop and run programs and events.
- Participate and complete all required training for the position to gain a good understanding of the Scouting program.
- Help develop and implement plans to reach low income and at-risk families that maximize the number of youth impacted by the Scouting program.
- Ensure that all assigned units participate in the assigned activities. This position requires evening and weekend hours.
- Communicate regularly with your Supervisor on the condition of each unit.
- Recruit new youth from assigned locations throughout the year.
- Identify and cultivate relationships with new chartering organizations.
- Maintain a personal and professional working climate, which attracts, retains, and motivates high quality volunteers.
- Cultivate community relationships that will further the Scouting movement.
- Work with your Supervisor to develop relationships with each of the chartering organizations that you are assigned in order to ensure the program accomplishes the goals and missions of the Chartering Organization and the Greater Tampa Bay Area Council, Boy Scouts of America.
- Complete and submit weekly work-plans and timesheets to supervisor weekly.
- Help plan, attend and assist in weekend programs.
- Attend required staff meetings.
Other Related activities: 10% of Time
Contingent on the Council’s need and the demonstrated abilities of the Program Aide, additional duties may be assigned.
Work Relationships, Supervision, Volunteer Relations: 100% of Time
- A positive working relationship must be kept with the office and professional staff of the Council. This includes courtesy, respect, and flexibility.
- An open door policy is always in effect, any problem can be discussed, and any help requested without fear of reprisal.
- Volunteer relationships are paramount. The Program Paraprofessional must have the utmost integrity both in his/her professional and personal life. How the Aide is perceived is the cornerstone of the position.
Materials and Equipment: 100% of Time
Automobile, light truck, non-motorized water craft, computer, copy machine, camping equipment, kitchen equipment, AV equipment, file cabinets, hand truck, telephone, hand tools.
Physical Activities: 100% of Time
Climbing, stooping, kneeling, crouching, crawling, reaching, standing, walking, pushing, pulling, lifting, fingering, grasping, feeling, talking, hearing, traveling, and sedentary to heavy work.
Mental Demands: 100% of Time
Reading, detail work, confidentiality, problem solving, language, stress, training, math, reasoning, verbal and written communication, adult and youth interaction, multi-tasking, and constant interruptions.
Working Conditions: 100% of Time
The Program Paraprofessional is subject to both inside and outside conditions but is not substantially exposed to adverse environmental conditions.
- Be a positive role model to youth in the community.
- Desire to help empower youth in the core values of Scouting: Character Development, Leadership, Community Citizenship, and Personal and Mental Fitness.
- Community Focused.
- Ability to identify and foster the potential of youth.
- Must be 21 or older.
- Must complete a BSA Adult application and pass a background check.
- Valid driver’s license and vehicle.
- No previous Scouting experience is required.
Salary of $35,568 per year with benefits.
This is an exempt position.
• Part-time position for a program aide for after school Scouting programs in under served areas. No previous experience needed. We will train someone who likes working with children, is dependable and likes being part of a team. In town travel required. Some weekend and evening hours. 20-25 hours per week at $14/hour. Immediate start. Please send resume to Ward.firstname.lastname@example.org