SEPTEMBER 2013 – LEADER VACANCIES
We are looking for fun loving adults, who enjoy working with young people. Some FAQs to help you decide if this is for you:
How much time would I have to commit to a role in Scouting? Being a leader is a regular commitment, at least 2-3 hours a week for an assistant leader. The larger the volunteer team the smaller the workload. There are a few leaders meetings & weekend camps per year.
What if I want to help out but can’t commit to regular meetings? You can be an occasional helper at meetings but also keep in mind that running a Scout group requires volunteers with all sorts of skills: administration, book-keeping, management, event organisation.
Do I need experience? No previous Scouting experience is needed. Energy and enthusiasm are the qualities we are looking for. Training is provided.
Rewards: Seeing the difference you make in young people’s lives, developing new skills, contributing to your community, meeting new people and improving your C.V.
Practical Guide to Roles in Scouting.
Contact us for further information.