- Location: Croudace Bay NSW
- Commitment: Regular - more than 6 months
- Category: Young People
Cubs meet in term time, on Tuesdays from 6.30pm to 8pm. There are sometimes excursions on other nights or weekends; or overnight camps; to be arranged and attended. Being a leader also involves planning each week's and term's activities as well as leading them (in conjunction with other leader/s).
Full training to be a Leader is provided, on-the-job as well as formal training, which is free. Formal training takes place over one night and 2 weekends in the initial 6-12 month period. This leads to Cert 3 in Frontline Management.
- Working with Children Check *
* May be arranged via the Organisation. Details to be provided on expression of interest.
1st Valentine Scout Group is looking for Cub Leaders.
You are an enthusiastic, energetic, adventurous volunteer who likes working with children! An interest in sharing skills, organising games, leading outdoor activities, devising and guiding activities with children working towards their Cub Scout badges, and a strong community spirit, are all important.
Our Cubs are a happy group of girls and boys aged 8-11 years old, and we meet on Tuesday evenings for a variety of activities including themed nights, craft or science projects, badge work and games, cycling, swimming or canoeing - plus the occasional weekend excursion, activity or camp.
As well as an ability to engage with and lead our Cubs in their indoor and outdoor activities, you’ll need good communication and organisation skills to plan and implement the program (in conjunction with at least one other Cub Leader). Cub Leaders plan and organise the term’s program in advance, and lead the weekly activities and excursions and accompany the group on weekend events or camps, often with other local or regional Scouts groups.
Working with the team on ideas and events to fundraise for the group is also a valuable skill.
A Working with Children check is required.
Full training to be a Leader is provided, on-the-job as well as formal training, which is free. Formal training takes place over one night and 2 weekends in the initial 6-12 month period. This training leads to Cert 3 qualification in Frontline Management for those who complete the full course. Ongoing leaders' information and training meetings are held once per month in the local area.
You can not apply for this role as it is no longer available.