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District Commissioner vacancy for Strathcalder

29th June 2016

After nearly 3 years in post, Sandy Rae who is District Commissioner for Strathcalder District is stepping down on 31 August 2016.

Could you succeed Sandy as District Commissioner and provide inspirational leadership and support to volunteers across the District?

The successful candidate will be able to embrace the 6 key areas of leadership and management in Scouting:

  • Providing direction
  • Working with people
  • Achieving results
  • Enabling change
  • Using resources
  • Managing your personal time and skills

As District Commissioner you will be responsible for leading the Scout District, ensuring that we provide good quality Scouting for young people. You will help take us forward as a growing organisation relevant to young people and adults alike. You will be capable of providing strategic direction and working with people of all ages.

It's a key part of our support structure and a lot of hard work but the reward of seeing young people enjoy the adventure of Scouting is something that can't be beaten.

Click here to download a copy of the role description/person specification and nomination form.

Nominations and self nominations should be submitted to Gary Bainbridge in the Regional Office by 22 July 2016.

For an informal discussion about the role, please contact Marion Rankin on 01236 826946.

Author: Gary Bainbridge

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