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Scout Group Leaders / Helpers

West Coker Scout Group

Name: Scout Group Leaders / Helpers
Organisation: West Coker Scout Group
Location: West Coker Scout & Guide Hall, West Coker Recreation Ground, Halves Lane, West Coker, Somerset, BA22 9BS
Type: Full Time
Mondays are 6 – 7.15pm (Beavers 6-8yrs) and 7.30-9.30pm (Explorers 14-18yrs) and Wednesdays are 6.30-8pm (Cubs 6.30pm – 8pm).

Description

West Coker Scout Group is looking for individuals who like the outdoors and are interested in helping young people develop into active good citizens. As a helper or leader you will be working as a team running weekly programmes for the age group you wish to support. An average programmed evening could range from cooking, games or first aid to pioneering, map work or visiting a local fire station. The programme is flexible for the leaders / helpers to run as long as the correct procedures from the Scout Association rules are met and that there are links to the Scout Association Award work.

Flexible volunteering available based around your busy lifestyle (Our Active Support Unit). Leaders time commitment is 1.5-2 hours per week and possible weekend work for camps or activities.

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Cause / Interests

  • Children
  • Public Events
  • Recreation
  • Young People

Types of Activity

  • General and Helping
  • Mentoring
  • Youth Work

Skills and Qualifications

Requirements

No previous experience required but a keen interest in outdoor activities or working with children would be beneficial. All volunteers will need to complete a Scout Association DBS form.


Benefits

For new members the Scout Association provides support, insurance, guidance and an internal training programme to develop your own skills and understanding of scouting development and management.

Additional/Specific Suitabilities

Minimum Age: NA
Maximum Age: NA
Disabled Access: No
Wheelchair Access: No
Expenses: NA
Restrictions: Age/Gender Restrictions: None
Induction: NA
Insurance Cover: NA
Special Needs: NA
Offer: NA
Training: NA
Other: NA

Recruitment Method

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