4301 Connecticut Avenue, NW Suite M-2
PRIMARY AREAS OF WORK: The incumbent is responsible for performing duties essential to the support and the effective functioning of the office of the Chief Operating Officer (COO). Interacts with a diverse group of important external stakeholders as well as internal contacts at all levels of the organization. Work requires continual attention to detail in research and writing materials, data analysis and meeting deadlines. Independent judgment is required to plan, prioritize, and organize diversified workload. Assembles confidential and sensitive information. The incumbent will perform administrative tasks in support of the COO.
· Conduct statistical analyses of large datasets in relational databases.
· Prepare dashboards and presentations that inform management’s decision-making.
· Plan and execute ad hoc evaluation projects to inform management’s decision-making.
· Work with all Council departments, specific focus on membership recruitment and retention, volunteer management and girl program delivery.
· Support member participation in the Council governance process to include coordination of regional forums and an annual meeting.
· Maintain current and accurate portfolio of funding opportunities.
· Provide specific project management as requested.
· Manage COO calendar including briefing and/or preparing materials for the COO in advance of scheduled meetings.
· Assist in making travel/itinerary arrangements as needed.
· Perform other duties and responsibilities as assigned.
Bachelor's degree or equivalent work experience.
Demonstrated skills in research and data analysis.
Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively verbally and in writing with a variety of audiences.
Strong analytical skills and the ability to exercise initiative and sound judgment in handling diverse responsibilities.
Superior professional relationship management skills.
Proven ability to prioritize and execute workload to meet requirements and deadlines.
Proficiency in computer applications including Microsoft Office and data platforms.
Must be willing to maintain a flexible work schedule to include evening and weekend meetings and activities. Access to vehicle for occasional travel related Council events and projects.
Preference given to candidates with Girl Scout experience.
Our benefit package is generous, including:
- 3 health insurance options (The Council pays the full monthly premium for individual coverage in the HMO or HMO/HSA and contributes $91.53 per pay period to the HSA for employees on that plan.)
- Dental and vision plan
- 100% employer-paid life and AD&D insurance
- 100% employer-paid long-term disability insurance
- Voluntary employee-paid short-term disability insurance
- Immediate, 100% vested, employer contribution of 3% to 403(b) plan
- 403(b) match of 2% available after 12 months of employment (3 year vesting)
- A generous paid vacation policy (0-3 years = 18 days; >3 years = 24 days)
- 10 paid holidays, annually – including 1 floating holiday
- 12 paid sick days, annually
- 10 paid New Child Leave days for qualifying staff
- Flexible spending plans for certain medical and dependent care expenses
- Employee assistance program
- Metro SmartBenefits® (pretax transportation program)
- Garage parking at our main office, conveniently paid through pretax payroll deduction
Minimum Education Required