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DCC Activities (job share)

DCC for Activities and further opportunity

Following the recent advertisement and interviews I am very pleased to advise that Alex Walton has been appointed to the role of DCC Activities.

Alex will be moving into the role whilst also supporting a Scout troop within his District.

To enable strength in both County and District Scouting I have decided to offer the County opportunity as a role share.

If you are interested in joining Alex and help lead the Activities team, please submit your expression of  interest, telling us in no more than 1500 words how you fulfil the key areas below.   

  • Thorough knowledge of activity rules, POR, permits, SASU, Compass, nights away and credibility to work with all – DC’s to young people. 
  • Able to manage a wide team of assessors, run large scale events and enthuse the wider activity team to help run these. 
  • Can plan and run a county activities programme, developing and evolving over time.
  • Demonstrate qualities of leadership style, collaboration, influencing and describe how you persuade people to help, effectively avoid and resolve conflict and gain authority through respect 
  • Plan to build a team that is diverse, and youth shaped
  • Develop and deliver a vision for activities on a wide scale, innovate and anticipate / be creative in problem solving

Expressions of interest should be sent to the County Office by post or email to :-

Mrs Shirley Burt, Room 15, Greetwell Place Managed Workspace, 2 Lime Kiln Way, Lincoln, LN2 4US email:- secretary@lincolnshirescouts.org.uk

Expressions must be received by midnight on Friday 8th February

 

Deputy County Commissioner – Activities (shared role)

With over 6000 members, all looking for opportunities to strengthen their skills, Lincolnshire Scouts are proud to offer a varied and full activity programme. 

We are looking for someone who has the motivation and aptitude to host and create opportunities for our young people and adult volunteers to enjoy more outdoor adventures.  

You will ideally already have some experience of organising activities and have some ideas on how you would like to lead and support the activity team, develop the calendar of events and increase the adult permit holder network.