Opportunities are available in all areas of Scouting, ranging from Youth Leaders to management positions, including Activity Leaders and Group Committee roles.
Most Scout Groups in the state are looking for new leaders, contact us to find out more! 08 9480 4200 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Alternatively, if you enjoy working in a team environment, then one of the following positions might be for you!
Perth North Region Vacancies
Perth South Region Vacancies
Country WA Region Vacancies
* Position descriptions currently under construction more information coming soon
If you are interested, please email: email@example.com phone (08) 9480 4200
Scout Environment Awareness Program. (SEAP)
The WA Branch is currently seeking keen, energetic Rovers, Leaders and community members to take on an active role in the SEAP Fellowship.
If you have good knowledge in and/or are trained in the Environmental Sciences then please consider in assisting in this important part of our Scouting program.
SEAP is about helping all members in Scouting to get out and learn more about our precious environment.
SEAP is an important part of the Scout program in all levels. It develops and delivers environmental awareness programs to each Section ensuring that Scouts look after the environment and contribute towards the future of our planet.
Please contact Vern Casey, (Branch Commissioner – Program Support) with your expression of interest firstname.lastname@example.org
Looking for a Challenge?
Scouts WA has significant resources that may be of use to Scouts and /or members of WA’s community in times of disaster. These resources are both human, halls and equipment.
Scouts WA is seeking to develop a Disaster Mitigation capability. The genesis for the initiative comes from the Queensland and Victorian floods and our bush fires. Scouts have adults trained in disciplines that would be useful in a disaster situation. We have physical resources that could be used. The proposal is to create a response capability, initially aimed at helping Scout Groups and Scouts and their families impacted by a disaster here in WA and expand the capability to assist the general WA public.
Scouts are seeking a Volunteer Team Leader to develop and organise the capability, maintain the Unit and equipment for deployment, and manage the deployment in the event of the need arising.
You could be our Team Leader if you are;
· Able to meet the requirements of Scout membership,
· An experienced manager & leader of adults and organiser,
· A good verbal and written communicator,
· Good at working within a team of volunteers and motivating others
· Driven to achieve the objective
If you are up to the challenge and want to find out more, please contact Mike Dowd (Branch Commissioner Adult Services) on 0408 944 861 on email@example.com for a briefing.
Looking for ANOTHER Challenge?
Scouts WA is seeking former Group Leaders, Assistant Group Leaders or Commissioner who may be interested in reconnecting and becoming part of the Group Support Team.
The GST has been reformed as part of WA Branch's Adult Services. GST is ready to advise and provide short term support to assist and advise Group Leaders or Leaders in Charge. GST members are experienced former Group Leaders and Leaders of Adults. GST can also provide workshops to assist with Group Planning, Adult Recruitment and the operation of the Group Support Committee.
If you are up to the challenge and want to find out more, plese contact Mike Down (Branch Commissioner Adult Services) on 0408 944 861 or at firstname.lastname@example.org for a briefing.
The Adult Resources Team have a variety of positions available for members interested in contributing to the future direction of the management of Adults in Scouting.
Looking for an exciting challenge with the largest youth movement in the World??
Scouts WA can provide management and leadership experience in a range of voluntary roles within the Adult Resources Division.Hone your management skills whilst enjoying the camaraderie of Scouting and ‘making a difference’ to the youth of Western Australia, our future community leaders
Skills to be exercised include (but are not limited to):
If this sounds like your kind of challenge, please contact Michael Dowd, details below.
Michael G Dowd
Branch Commissioner – Adult Resources