Volunteer Vacancies

Scouting is a volunteer organisation and as such these are volunteer roles.  We offer a flexible volunteering approach, so any time you are able to give is greatly appreciated.  

Some roles will require more time than others, however, these are just a selection of roles available and we would be happy to discuss with you any opportunities to volunteer within our fantastic organisation.

All appointments are subject to satisfactory enhanced DBS (CRB) clearance.

Volunteer Leadership Team

Could you lead and motivate a team of volunteers?
Or do you know someone who has these skills?
Full training and support is provided
... and you don't need to be or have been a Scout!

You don't have to do it alone...

  • We're all about building teams
  • You can apply individually, with a team, or to be part of a team

It's up to you how you think it would work best!

With your team, you will work with, support and motivate volunteers to promote and grow Scouting within your area, encouraging young people to join by promoting positive, modern Scouting in the community.  Other responsibilities that the team need to cover will include:

  • Having a vision and the ability to put together a development plan for the District
  • Providing an exciting district programme within which groups and young people are eager to get involved.
  • Promoting involvement in County events and activities, allowing our members to be involved in as many opportunities as they wish to take part in
  • Recruiting volunteers to assist and lead groups
  • Encouraging young people to lead - This is a part of Scouting's 2025 vision.

For more information please download the full role description.  To discuss the role further or to apply, please download the pack below or contact Alan Hayward for an informal chat

Young Leader Support Team Manager
(Volunteer Manager)

Could you lead and motivate a team of volunteers?
Or do you know someone who has these skills?
Full training and support is provided
... and you don't need to be or have been a Scout!

You will work with our County Training Manager, DCC (Programme) and Youth Commissioner to ensure all 14-17 year olds in the County who wish to become a Young Leader are able to do so, through the delivery of high quality and engaging Training Modules to meet the demands of the County. 

Other responsibilities include:

  • Manage the members of the Young Leader Support Team to ensure they deliver high-quality Young Leader Training and are working as a team.
  • Co-ordinate the Young Leader Training Calendar and book venues as required for delivering Training.
  • Manage bookings via Online Scout Manager.
  • Lead meetings to plan the delivery of Training Modules through fun and engaging activities that meet the requirements for each Module.  
  • Promote Training Modules through varying channels of communication such as: social media, our website, emails through Compass, etc.
  • Be the Leader in Charge at each Training Weekend.

For more information please download the full role description in the Information Pack below.  To discuss the role further or to apply, please download the Application Form or contact Rachael Macadam for an informal chat.

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