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In principle and practice, aligned with the mission of the Boy Scouts of America and the Scout Oath and Law, the Greater St. Louis Area Council strives to build and foster an inclusive environment that enables, values and promotes diversity within our organization, local community, employees, volunteers, and Scouts. We stand committed to driving forward the BSA mission, providing equitable opportunities to all.

Interested in working at the Greater St. Louis Area Council?

 

View the current job openings below. To apply, send resume and applicable documents to hr@stlbsa.org with the position name in the subject line of the email.

District Executive

Do you want to make an impact on the youth of today and leaders of tomorrow? We are looking for mission-driven, team-oriented individuals to promote and support the Scouting program.

Program Specialist

We are looking for energetic and outgoing individuals who enjoy working with kids and want a fun job where they can have a positive impact on the lives of children and families in under-served communities throughout St. Louis and surrounding areas.

Office Assistant - Decatur, IL

Provide office support to the field professional staff. Directly responsible for letters, forms, charts, reports, agenda, messages, files, and other associated materials needed by the field staff. Supply information and source materials, according to the council’s plan, to volunteers and other council employees to ensure the accurate and timely dissemination and retrieval of needed information.

STEM Van Manager

The mission of the Greater St. Louis Area Council Boy Scouts of America is to prepare young people to make ethical and moral choices over their lifetimes by instilling in them the values of the Scout Oath and Law. We are looking for energetic and outgoing individuals who enjoy working with kids and want a fun job where they can have a positive impact on the lives of children and families in communities throughout the St. Louis and surrounding areas.

Camping Director

The Camping Director will work as a member of the Program Department and assist with the development, implementation, execution, and evaluation of various outdoor and revenue generating programs. This individual is responsible for developing strong internal and external relationships, recruiting, and managing volunteers, building and adhering to operating budgets, and growing participation in programs for which he or she is responsible. The successful candidate will work to provide fun, dynamic, and relevant outdoor opportunities to members of the Boy Scouts of America (BSA) and outside organizations.