The Scout Association
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CUB SCOUT SECTION LEADER in Derby, Derbyshire
on 30 September 2020
Volunteer
This is the best unpaid job in the world. Very rewarding. I put alot of energy and effort into my volunteering role but i wouldnt have it any other way. I love to go home after my sessions knowing my pack had so much fun. Would definetly encourage anyone who was thinking about Volunteering to try Scouting. I have gained so many valuable life skills.
Assistant Scout Leader in Stowmarket, Suffolk
on 5 May 2020
Fun
Great organisation in helping young people learn new skills. Support from higher up in the organisation is very good and useful for the running of the sections.
Support officer in Gilwell Park, Greater London
on 4 February 2020
Interesting
Never a dull moment working here. Whether on the road supporting volunteers or in the head office, it’s a lovely culture and real family vibe. Quite a healthy outlook- lunchtime walks, activities and chance to be outdoorsy. If you work effectively, you’ll fit in and go far.
Scout Leader in Portsmouth, Hampshire
on 27 November 2019
Rewarding
Volunteering in the local community with The Scout Association adds to your experience base. Putting the next generation on the right track and installing teamwork in them can only improve your local area.
Development Officer in Belfast
on 14 October 2019
Friendly staff and relaxed atmosphere.
The workplace culture was quite relaxed; I managed my own time and learnt a range of new management skills and techniques. The most enjoyable part of the job was establishing new Scout Groups & Sections.
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