The Scout Association is the UK's largest mixed youth organisation with more than 450,000 members in the UK and more across the world.
Our innovative spirit and ability to make things happen plays a vital role in the development of young people everywhere and these available roles will give you the chance to make a big impact on the lives of young people.
For paid vacancies visit our Jobs page.
Current national Scouting volunteering vacancies:
Scotland is looking to recruit a new Chief Commissioner of Scotland for July 2018. The new Chief Commissioner will be responsible for the volunteer team across Scotland and implementing the new strategy of the Scottish Board that is due to be launched in spring 2018. For more information please follow this link.
We are looking for three volunteers to join The Scout Association’s Safeguarding Development Group (SDG) at this exciting time as its moves into the next phase of its work. The SDG provide strategic leadership, ownership and oversight of The Association’s safeguarding policies and procedures and ensures that the Association’s safeguarding policies, procedures and practice remain fit for purpose and sector leading in protecting young people in Scouting.
We are looking to recruit a team of volunteers to help support local scouting with research and the completion of applications for seeking grants and funding. Seeking additional and new forms of funding is essential to help scouting to continue to grow and flourish.
Become a National Activity Centres Scotland volunteer and choose from a range of flexible volunteering opportunities available at Lochgolihead or Meggernie. If you’re passionate about the outdoors and want to play your part in delivering life changing opportunities for young people as well as helping you to acquire practical and employability skills, then this if for you.
Can you advise on technical issues, and keep a watch on factors external to Scouting that will affect the activity within Scouting.
Become a Scout Adventurer and choose from a range of flexible volunteering opportunities available across the nine Adventures Centres across the UK. If you’re passionate about the outdoors and want to play your part in delivering life changing opportunities for young people as well as helping you to acquire practical and employability skills, then this if for you.
Scouting sometimes needs volunteer interpreters for different kinds of events including courses, conferences and jamborees, both at regional and world level.
Flexible volunteering opportunities are available in various locations across the UK. Join one of our Service Crews or Service Teams to offer support across all aspects of running a busy activity centre.
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