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Program Support Provider – Part Time – Girl Scouts of Eastern Oklahoma

Post Date: January 30, 2023 at 3:44 pm

Application Deadline: March 31, 2023

Agency Name: Girl Scouts of Eastern Oklahoma

Website Address:


Contact Name: Sharon Moyer

Job Inquiry Phone: 9187455257

Job Inquiry Email:


Job Opening Title: Program Support Provider – Part Time

Job Opening Description:

Consider committing to working with our Girl Scouts Beyond Bars Program! Two Tuesdays a month from 3:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. and/or two Saturdays a month from early afternoon to late evening. Come join us for one or all four monthly opportunities.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
• This position supports weekday evening and weekend programs.
• Maintains strict adherence to safety and security guidelines in planning and implementation.
• Attends Department of Corrections Training.
• Is able and willing to transport youth participants in a 12- or 15-passenger van in a safe and courteous manner.
• Assists passengers, including handicapped, in and out of vehicle.
• Reads and interprets maps and driving directions to prepare the most efficient route for service.
• Reports accurate and timely records of mileage, vehicle condition, fuel purchases and incident/accident reports that are requested from program staff and management.
• Ensures vehicle is clean after use and reports maintenance issues to the Director of Programs.

Job Opening Basic Qualifications:

Minimum Qualifications

Education and Experience
• High School Diploma or general education diploma.
• Minimum age 25 years
• Must have a valid driver’s license within the state of employment.

Required Skills and Abilities
• Knowledge of Girl Scouting a plus.
• Bilingual (Spanish/English) a plus
• Ability to model behavior consistent with the Girl Scout Mission, Promise, values and Law.
• Ability to maintain strict adherence to safety and security guidelines.

Job Description Summary:

The program support provider is responsible for reliable and courteous transportation service for the youth participants of the Girl Scouts Beyond Bars Program and for community troop meetings. The provider will be responsible for driving 12-15 passenger vans on an assigned route to and from various locations, including facilities operated by the Department of Corrections. The provider will move and transport troop supplies to and from meetings and will serve as adult support to the program staff during the meetings. This is a Safety Sensitive position.

Additional Information:

Driver Schedule Opportunities – sign up for one or more of the following shifts:
One or Two Tuesdays per month – 3pm to 9pm
One or Two Saturdays per month – early afternoon to late evening
Starting Pay is $15/hour



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