We equip young people with life skills of problem-solving, teamwork, social responsibility, and healthy living; and provide them with access to a large range of activities including conservation, gardening, healthy living, water and snow skills, animals, art and craft, technology, helping others, emergency services, First Aid, cooking, photography, performing arts, science, life skills and an awards scheme.
You will be assisting the Cubs to learn new skills and earn badges in a range of subjects and tasks including the outdoors, personal development, the community and new experiences. Teach our youth skills and learn new skills yourself.
Scouting is not for life - although the friendships often are! It only requires a little of your time each week. Our learning and development programme can be treated as part of your own professional development and the personal rewards are priceless. Learn new skills, be a part of the worlds largest youth organisation, ongoing training in leadership and skill development, fun and adventure.
A current First Aid certificate.
You must be willing to learn new skills.
Previous experience in outdoors or camping an advantage but not essential.
Great interpersonal and communication skills.
Able to relate well to a wide range of people especially youth.
Outgoing, friendly team player with a good sense of life skills and values.
One evening per week plus some weekends.
There is an expectation to take part in ongoing training and attend meetings during the year.
The first step is to express your interest by filling out the form below. We will then put you in touch directly with the organisation for more information on the role and how to proceed.
Youth & Children