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Now Hiring Customer Experience Representative
Hurst, Tx
Job Type: Full Time
Minimum experience: 1+ years of front-facing customer service interaction.
References required

Longhorn Council is seeking YOU! If you are a friendly voice that enjoys helping people get the information they need, then you might be the one we are looking for.  We are looking for a detail- oriented problem solver who wants to be part of an organization that works hard to make the future brighter for families and communities.  This is a full-time position and benefits are available!

Multi-tasking skills are a must as well as excellent written and oral communication skills.  Proficiency with Microsoft products, good typing (+45 wpm,) and an eagerness to learn new skills are a plus!

Are you the one we need? Please let us know!

Email Resume, References, Cover Letter to:  [email protected]

 

 

Program Ranger, Longhorn Council
Lakeview Lodge at Sid Richardson Scout Ranch
Job Type: Full Time
References required

As a council employee, the Program Ranger is an exempt employee reporting to and supervised directly by the Director of Outdoor Program. They shall be responsible for the operation, and maintenance of physical facilities and property of the Lakeview Lodge and be responsible for delivering some aspects of weekend programing at Sid Richardson Scout Ranch including Climbing, COPE, Trail Programs. This position requires that the candidate lives on property at Sid Richardson.

Qualifications, Skills and Abilities:

  • Ability to work both with direction and with self-motivation.
  • Ability to relate well with people and to have a friendly and helpful attitude toward the Scouting family and the public.
  • Ability to effectively enforce established council policies and procedures.
  • Willing to accept a flexible work schedule that includes weekends and holidays.
  • Familiarity and knowledge of electronic communication tools and equipment including computers and applicable software applications such as word processing, spreadsheets, and databases.
  • Have a safety mindset.
  • Skilled Trades skills such as Plumbing, Electrical, HVAC, carpentry, home/facility repair.   High skill in at least 2 with ability to train in the others.
  • Certified, or can seek immediate certification, in National Camp School Climbing Director, Cope Director, ATV Safety Training, Camp Ranger, and others as the business needs arise.
  • Skill in operation of landscape equipment or other industrial heavy equipment to ensure safety of self and property.
  • Written and Oral communication skills to effectively work with committees, process internal documents, and professional partners and managers.
  • Must attend, certify, and remain certified with the Boy Scouts of America as a Camp Ranger with the BSA’s National Camping School.

High school diploma or GED equivalent is required.  Advanced Trade School training is highly desirable.  Skills in outdoor activity leadership and education are highly desirable.  Familiarity with Boy Scouts of America methods and philosophies is highly desirable.  Clean driving record is required.  Must be able to clear a criminal background check as required for membership with the Boy Scouts of America.

The Program Ranger’s specific duties include:

  1. Protection and control of property and people.
  2. Business responsibilities as required for the effective operation of a venue and in compliance with established council business procedures and records according to the State of Texas.
  3. Operation of physical facilities and property. Ensure equipment is in good working order. Maintain physical facilities and equipment, grounds and environment with effective planning of work and resources.
  4. Become familiar with NCAP Standards for facilities, health and safety, and work diligently to ensure the property and programs are in alignment with the expectations of NCAP, Longhorn Council, and the State of Texas.
  5. Develop, support and uphold, in partnership with volunteers and other agencies, a working conservation plan and projects for the property including: waterways, wildlife, forestry, soils and control of invasive species.
  6. Develop, promote and conduct Outdoor Activity opportunities for youth and adults.
  7. Cooperate closely with council staff, volunteer leaders, event chairs, summer camp directors as the local customer service agent for Council and aiding in their success.
  8. Maintain a harmonious relationship with local officials and government services, adjoining landowners and neighboring communities.

The Longhorn Council is an equal opportunity employer. Benefits to include major medical, prescription coverage, dental, vision, life-insurance, short and long-term disability, accidental death, a defined benefit retirement plan. We also offer a generous PTO policy and BSA holiday observances.

Qualified candidates must submit a resume to [email protected]. Only the most qualified candidates will be contacted.

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