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Imagine joining a group of individuals—each with their own unique skills and passions, but united by a common purpose.  Working with Girl Scouts—an organization with a solid history and a growing future—means working in a dynamic and diverse environment.

With the right team of passionate professionals, we can ensure every girl reaches her fullest potential! We are seeking individuals who align with our mission, share our values, and desire to provide an exceptional experience for girls, parents, and volunteers.

Flexibility and Balance

We offer all team members an extraordinary amount of flexibility and balance. How?

  • Closed on Fridays. Our regular workweek for in-based, full-time employees is a 4-day, 35-hour workweek with Fridays off!
  • Paid week-long winter shutdown. Our entire office shuts down for one week each year around the Christmas holiday. Combining the weeklong break with our three-day weekends means employees usually receive a consecutive 10-day break during the paid shutdown!
  • Generous vacation and sick leave. Full-time team members immediately begin accruing two weeks of paid vacation as well as twelve days of paid sick leave during your first year of employment. Paid time off is also available for part-time GSME staff.
  • Paid holidays. In addition to our generous sick and vacation leave and paid winter shutdown, we also close the office for approximately 9 other paid holidays.
  • Out-based Positions! Flexibility for office-based, hybrid, or primarily remote work is available for most roles. This means team members work primarily in their own homes and assigned communities. These positions typically offer even more flexible schedules based on business needs.
Our Benefits
  • Generous paid sick and vacation leave
  • Paid holidays including a paid winter shutdown break
  • Medical insurance (three options with varying deductibles based on your needs)
  • Vision insurance
  • Dental, long term disability, and life insurance at no cost
  • 401K plan
  • Flexible spending plan (medical and dependent care)
  • Employee assistance program
  • Smart casual dress code
  • Qualifying public service loan forgiveness employer
  • Professional development opportunities
Diversity & Inclusion

GSME and GSUSA have a policy of inclusion and acceptance, which promotes diversity in all its categories. Diversity has been a core value of the organization since its founding in 1912. Girl Scouts of the USA and GSME value diversity and inclusiveness and do not discriminate or recruit on the basis of race, religion, ethnicity, age, gender identity, sexual orientation, marital status, familial status, socioeconomic status, national origin, veteran status, or physical or developmental abilities. Girl Scouts provides settings that enable us to serve girls in an emotionally and physically safe environment, allowing them to learn leadership skills and develop the confidence and character to serve as examples to their community.

Please fill out, print, and sign the Employment Application and Voluntary Self-Identification Statement prior to an in-person interview.

Accommodation request: If you require a reasonable accommodation in the application or hiring process, please contact Kelly Buchanan at or call 888-922-4763.

Full-time Opportunities
Camp Director

Girl Scouts of Maine has an immediate opening for a talented, dynamic director for Camp Pondicherry in Bridgton, in Maine’s beautiful Lakes Region. The Camp Director is a year-round position responsible for managing all aspects of camp, including the administration of resident camp, day camp, troop and family camp, off season events, and program events. The work of this position is integrated into the overall program goals of GSME, therefore, the Director participates in various collaborative council committees and efforts. The Camp Director ensures that program offerings are based on the Girl Scout Leadership Experience, customized to address the needs, preferences and interests of girls, and implemented to meet designated leadership program outcomes.

The Camp Director is based at the South Portland office in the off season. Work schedule can be hybrid which includes working remotely. During the summer months, Director must live on site at Camp Pondicherry (private apartment provided). Frequent in-state travel is required throughout the year. Additionally, evening and weekend work may arise during the year but is required during the summer.



The Bookkeeper supports the Director of Finance & Information Systems in the delivery of sound fiscal control and management of the council’s financial stability and financial operation. The position is responsible for daily accounting and other finance duties, and for applying knowledge of council policies and procedures as they relate to the accounting processes.

This position is office-based with a 35-hour work week (Monday-Thursday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.); may be required to work outside of normally scheduled hours occasionally. A hybrid schedule permitting working from home one day per week may be possible.


Part-time Opportunities
Facility Assistant (Camp Pondicherry)

The Facility Assistant works under the direction of the Senior Site Manager completing camp maintenance assignments and tasks including but not limited to cleaning, mowing and trimming, building maintenance, and repairs at Camp Pondicherry in Bridgton.

This position is part time and works 16 hours per week, which varies seasonally.  The busiest months are March – October, with some flexibility on hours the remainder of the year.

Camp Pondicherry is a 650-acre year-round program center owned and operated by Girl Scouts of Maine. A summer camp for girls is held on the site during the summer months; the remainder of the year there are many routine repairs and improvements to be made, as well as monitoring of weekend group rentals.


Camp Administrative Assistant

The Camp Administrative Assistant provides administrative and clerical support for the council’s Outdoor Operations team. While the position reports to the Director of Outdoor Operations, she/he will work closely with all members of the team to provide year round support.

This position is part time, 25 hours per week and based in our Bangor office. Work schedule can be hybrid (combination of working from the office and working remotely). Frequent in-state travel is required throughout the year. Additionally, evening and weekend work may arise during the year but is required during the summer.


We have no part-time postions at this time.

Seasonal Opportunities

Working at summer camps is a great way to connect with girls and enjoy the outdoors while using your skills! Each year, GSME hires seasonal staff for summer camps.  If you are interested in becoming a staff member at camp, check out our summer camp employment listing!

Girl Scouts of Maine is an equal opportunity employer.