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  • Full Time
  • St. Louis County
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  • Salary: Starting at $45,760 minimum
  • Organization Type: Membership/Association

Girl Scouts of Eastern Missouri

Girl Scouts of Eastern Missouri (GSEM) is seeking an Engagement and Belonging Coordinator. This role will support the mission of the Council by working with the Chief of Engagement and Belonging Officer (CEBO) and other key stakeholders to promote a sense of belonging for all. As a diversity professional, the EBC is responsible for collaborating with key stakeholders to assist in coordinating activities, events and trainings and providing administrative support while creating inclusive practices throughout the GSEM Council for all girls, volunteers, staff, and membership.

Reporting to the CEBO, EBC is an essential member of the Engagement and Belonging Team and will provide proactive contributions to the office’s strategic development and outreach. This position will provide oversight for diversity, equity, inclusion, belonging, accessibility and racial justice programming functions through event administration, marketing and communication and work collaboratively with departments and committees that support the execution of equitable practices through engagement initiatives.

At Girl Scouts of Eastern Missouri, the majority of our jobs offer workplace flexibility that allows employees to work remotely for a portion of their workweek.  Details will be provided during the interview process.

This position is full-time with a competitive benefits package, including medical, dental, and vision insurance, as well as generous paid time off and a retirement plan.  Job experience is considered in the salary offer; the minimum starting salary for this position is $45,760.

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1.    Promote and provide leadership for the causes of girl empowerment, gender equity, social justice, access and belonging.

2.    Advocate for diversity, equity, inclusion, belonging, accessibility, and racial justice among the Council, volunteers, and all girls.

3.    Participate in the establishment and implementation of organizational initiatives, objectives, strategies, and best practices for the advancement of diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging.

4.    Assist with coordinating and providing training opportunities for volunteers and Council members.

5.    Research best practices, leverage demographic data and survey results to identify equity gaps, inform programs, and adjust Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion goals.

6.    Assist the Chief Engagement and Belonging Officer in establishing and maintaining relationships with community organizations.

7.    Review, research, and summarize a variety of administrative information and data, and prepare internal reports and PowerPoint presentations.

8.    Provide support to the Chief Engagement and Belonging Officer to ensure that the Council’s diversity, equity, and inclusion goals, objectives, and performance outcomes are effectively communicated to internal and external stakeholders.

9.    Recognize and support all heritage month programming and work collaboratively with the Marketing Communications team.

10.  Assist with planning and facilitating diversity, equity, inclusion training, and educational programming for Council members and staff.

11.  Cultivate and maintain effective working relationships with the community and Council partners.

12.  Assist in planning, logistics, and coordination of all activities related to engagement and belonging.

13.  Assist the CEBO with the supervision of a structured mentoring program that supports engagement and retention.

14.  Represent the engagement and belonging team at Council-sponsored events.

15.  Perform other duties as assigned.


·         Bachelor’s Degree and at least five (5) years of relevant experience, master’s degree preferred.

·         Experience with developing and delivering diversity, equity, and inclusion training.

·         Excellent communication and active listening skills.

·         Strong knowledge of DEI topics, including current research, best practices, and national trends.

·         Strong project management and organizational skills, including ability to set priorities, manage simultaneous initiatives, and operate effectively in a deadline-driven environment.

·         Demonstrated ability to collaborate within a team, with individuals as well as with groups with various identities, cultures, and backgrounds.

·         Ability to develop collaborative working relationships and engage in creative and innovative engagement, belonging and accessibility support strategies.

·         Ability to establish and maintain collaborative and effective working relationships with other members of the council and external community, displaying cultural competence as well as emotional intelligence.

·         Demonstrated commitment to and knowledge of diversity, equity & inclusion.

·         Ability to develop collaborative working relationships and engage in creative and innovative engagement, belonging and accessibility support strategies.

·         Strong verbal and written communication skills.

·         Ability to attend meetings and events which include occasional evenings and weekends.


If your position requires that you drive an average of one (1) day per week or more, you must possess a valid state driver’s license and a driving record that is acceptable to our insurance carrier.


The physical demands described are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. The employee must be able to withstand:

Prolonged periods sitting at a desk and working on a computer.
Operate office equipment manually.
Must be able to lift and/or move up to twenty-five pounds at times.


Work is primarily performed in a normal indoor environment with limited exposure to outdoor weather conditions, dirt and/or dust.


At Girl Scouts of Eastern Missouri, we are committed to our future and what that looks like for all girls everywhere. We recognize that each employee and each member has unique experiences, perspectives, identities, and viewpoints that add value to our inclusive community. We are a proud Equal Opportunity Employer, and we encourage applicants from diverse backgrounds to apply.


Girl Scouting builds girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place.

All employees are expected to fully support the work and mission of the organization.

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