Accessibility Step-free access to church rooms, kitchen and toilets
DBS check required DBS heck is required before volunteer start date
Driving Licence and Vehicle required
Equal opportunities policy The Scout Association is part of a worldwide educational youth movement. The values, which underpin and inspire its work are embodied in the Scout Promise and Law and in the Purpose of the Association.
To carry out its work the Association seeks to appoint effective and appropriate Leaders, of all backgrounds and all areas of the community and to involve other volunteers in supporting roles, all of whom are required to accept fully the responsibilities of their commitment.
Expenses reimbursed Any expenses incurred in running sessions are reimbursed. There is no expectation to use your own money to volunteer
Ongoing support; Health and Safety Policy The Scouts recognises that life is not risk-free, and in its turn Scouting is not risk-free. As Scouts, we endeavor to manage these risks to wellbeing and safety to be as low as is reasonably practicable. Identifying and proportionately managing risk is a skill for life that we wish to kindle, develop and enhance in all of our members.
In order to do this The Scouts will provide guidance and have a training programme available for its volunteers
Suitable for under 18s
Training provided Training is provided for long-term volunteers. Volunteers are not left alone, always with experienced leaders.
Volunteer induction Group Scout Leader will provide a volunteer induction for all volunteers
Volunteers covered by insurance Public Liability insurance, personal accident and medical expenses, trustee indemnity are all covered by The Scout Organisation
Written role description Supported by your fellow adult volunteers in the section, you'll take responsibility for organising a well-rounded programme for young people to take part in, packed with plenty of skill-boosting activities and adventures.
Whether you’re leading an activity at your local meeting place, organising a night away, or buttering 120 slices of bread to feed a Pack of very hungry Cubs - no two meetings are the same. The difference you make, though, is always great.