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Vacancies

We’re always happy to be contacted by anyone wishing to contact us to volunteer their time in any capacity. However, we are also looking to fill some specific roles in the group and these are detailed below.

Please use our contact form to get in touch with us if you want more information about any of the vacancies below or just have some questions.

RoleReports ToRole Description
Deputy Group Scout Leader (Scouts)Group Scout LeaderThe Deputy Group Scout Leader (Scouts) is a management role in the Group and a member of the Group Management Team. The role is to facilitate meetings between all Scout section leaders on a termly basis, to help facilitate join activities and events between the Scout sections and to be a point of liaison between the Scout leaders and the Management Team. Additionally, the DGSL is required to represent the Group at District Scout meetings and promote the attendance of our Scouts at District events. Completion of management training modules within the first three years of the role starting is mandatory. The role also requires a DBS check and that the applicant is able to act as a trustee of the Group. This is a uniformed role.
Section Leader (Thursday Scouts)Group Scout LeaderWorking as a team, section leaders work together to deliver the weekly programme of meetings as well as some other events (such as activity days and camps). The role of the section leader is to coordinate the activities of the section, in this case Thursday Scouts and to ensure that the programme can be successfully delivered by the team. Training is provided as required. The role also requires a DBS check and the applicant is able to act as a trustee of the Group they wish to and if they are not precluded from doing so by law. This is a uniformed role.
Section Assistant (Wednesday Beavers)Section LeaderWorking as a team, section leaders work together to deliver the weekly programme of meetings as well as some other events (such as activity days and camps). The role of the section assistant is to support the delivery of the programme as part of the team of leaders at Wednesday Beavers. Attendance of planning meetings is optional, but the expectation is that the applicant will be able to commit to the weekly meetings (1 hour per week during term time). Uniform is optional. The role also requires a DBS check
Section Assistant (Tuesday Scouts)Section LeaderWorking as a team, section leaders work together to deliver the weekly programme of meetings as well as some other events (such as activity days and camps). The role of the section assistant is to support the delivery of the programme as part of the team of leaders at Tuesday Scouts Attendance of planning meetings is optional, but the expectation is that the applicant will be able to commit to the weekly meetings (1 hour per week during term time). Uniform is optional. The role also requires a DBS check
Social Media ManagerGroup Scout LeaderMaintaining an active social media presence is an important part of the marketing of the group. We have a presence on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter, each platform requires a slightly different content.
The successful applicant will understand how to edit images for publication on social media, how to word posts to be appropriate for the platform and to meet the group’s brand requirements and will act as a point of contact for leaders to send content for publication. Safeguarding and data protection training will be provided for this role and the role also requires a DBS check.