Group Scout Leader
A Group Scout Leader (GSL) is responsible for “the continuity and development of training in Sections of the Group”, “the development of Scouting in the Group's catchment area” and “for supporting all the adults who work within the Group”Job Description
Fundrasing and Events Co-Ordinator
The Fundraising Co-Ordinator provides the focus on any fund raising and ad-hoc events, identifying - what needs to be done - why you want to do it -what you need the money for - what the benefits will be, together with the logistical planning and framework of how an event will take place. They work with the fundraising Sub-Committee to achieve this and liaise with the Executive Committee for requirements and progress.Job Description
These people are part of the team supporting the Fundraising Co-Ordinator. Ideally the team will split into smaller groups for individual events meaning not everyone needs to get involved with every fundraising project.Job Description
The Facilities Co-ordinator is responsible for the HQ Building, its maintenance, hiring and cleaning. His sub-team of supporters may have multiple roles within the team, with the view that many hands make light work and it should not fall on one particular individual’s shoulders all of the time. The overall aim is to improve and maintain the condition of the premises the Scout Group uses and ensure compliance with health and safety requirements and any other regulation appertaining to the use of the premises.Job Description
The Group’s website plays a vital role in promoting the Scout Group and communicating to its members. A project to relaunch the current website on a purpose-built platform has been identified.
HQ Maintenance Team Member
A dedicated group of people who can be called on to undertake maintenance tasks (currently twice a year), but determined by ongoing requirements.