Scout Leader - 1st Newchurch Scout Group

Manage and lead the operation of the Section. In particular, the planning and delivery of the Balanced Programme, with the help of Assistant Section Leaders, Section Assistants, Young Leaders and members of Scout Active Support as appropriate. Some of the tasks for which the Section Leader is responsible may be delegated to others in the Section, including other Section Leaders, Assistant Section Leaders and Section Assistants.

Skills

Scouting is the largest voluntary youth organisation on the Isle of Wight with around 1,000 young people and 400 adult leaders and supporters. 1st Newchurch Scout Group is one of 20+ Scout Groups on the Island as well as a number of Explorer Scout Units (ESUs).

You would need to:

• understand and accept the key policies and processes of The Scout Association

• successfully complete our induction activities, including an enhanced DBS check

• be willing to embark on an exciting adventure In areas where training and support is needed this is provided through

The Scout Association’s adult training scheme or through other providers.

We will provide you with: • Access to our training and development programmes

• A ‘different’ and interesting additional experience to your CV

• A warm welcome to our friendly but focused team

To be a Leader with The Scouts you may need some but not all of the following skills.

Practical skills

• Ability to plan systematically

• Appreciation of the importance of safety and procedures you use to ensure the safety of yourself and others

• Knowledge of first aid and any formal training in this field.

Working as a team:

• Working in a variety of teams e.g. Sections, Groups, County

• Supporting others in their role, knowing the value of teamwork

• Valuing others for their skills and abilities and supporting those with additional needs

Management skills:

• Leadership skills, knowing how to lead teams, supervise the group and individuals to get the job done

• Being able to monitor, evaluate, and review performance

• Being able to manage large projects and often large groups of people.

Communication

• Being effective in meetings, taking minutes, putting your view across and representing others

• Writing plans, programmes, reports and newsletters.


Details

  • Diversity and equal opportunities policy
    More info at https://www.scouts.org.uk/about-us/policy/
  • Accessibility
    More info at https://www.scouts.org.uk/volunteer/volunteering-with-scouts/
  • Age restrictions
    More info at https://www.scouts.org.uk/volunteer/volunteering-with-scouts/
  • Child Protection
    More info at https://www.scouts.org.uk/volunteer/volunteering-with-scouts/
  • Complaints Policy
    More info at https://www.scouts.org.uk/about-us/policy/
  • Confidentially Policy
    More info at https://www.scouts.org.uk/about-us/policy/
  • DBS check required
    More info at https://www.scouts.org.uk/volunteer/volunteering-with-scouts/
  • Ex Offenders
    Subject to Scout Association guidelines and Charity Commission rules.
  • Expenses reimbursed
    Reasonable expenses paid.
  • Health and Safety Policy
    More info at https://www.scouts.org.uk/about-us/policy/
  • Ongoing support
    More info at https://www.scouts.org.uk/volunteer/volunteering-with-scouts/
  • Suitable for Duke of Edinburgh Award
  • Suitable for Supported Volunteering
  • Suitable for Under 16's
  • Suitable for Under 18's
  • Training provided
    More info at https://www.scouts.org.uk/volunteer/volunteering-with-scouts/
  • Volunteer induction
    More info at https://www.scouts.org.uk/volunteer/volunteering-with-scouts/
  • Volunteer Policy
    More info at https://www.scouts.org.uk/about-us/policy/
  • Volunteers covered by insurance
    More info at https://www.scouts.org.uk/volunteer/volunteering-with-scouts/
  • Vulnerable Adults Policy
    More info at https://www.scouts.org.uk/about-us/policy/
  • Written role description
    Group role descriptions available at https://www.scouts.org.uk/volunteers/running-things-locally/recruiting-and-managing-volunteers/role-descriptions/group-roles/

When can I volunteer?

Start Date: 30/04/2022

End Date: 31/07/2022

Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun
Morning No No No No No No No
Afternoon No No No No No No No
Evening No No No No Yes No No

Availability Details

1st Newchurch Scout Troop currently meets every other week on Friday evenings. Sometimes this is in Newchurch, sometimes its elsewhere. Occaisional weekend activities include camps, County events and competitions.


Location

Newchurch


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