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Please submit all applications to and download the job packs in the 'for more information' for more details.

Please note that due to the high volume of applications if you do not receive a response from the Recruitment Team within 2 weeks, please consider your application as unsuccessful.  please note that if you have not been successful at this point and have not been invited to interview then we will unable to give feedback on your application.


Casual Assistants

We are looking for enthusiastic individuals to work within a team to support the Conference Operations Manager in terms of managing the operational delivery of the conference department. The conference department offers a wide range of business activity; from meetings, seminars and conferences to corporate activity days, school residential and large Scouting events. The emphasis is on ensuring that all bookings are delivered to a high standard. This is a casual role to provide support during busy times.

Please download an application form here and submit to


National Safeguarding Operations Manager (Ref: 17/24)

The purpose of this role is to manage the operations of the Association’s national Safeguarding Team to provide specialist support to the Movement on matters relating to the safeguarding of children, young people and vulnerable adults across the UK. The national Safeguarding Team act as the Association’s Designated Officers for all allegation management processes and concerns regarding the Association’s members, this includes the management of welfare concerns relating to young people in Scouting. It is the post holder’s responsibility to ensure that the Association’s national Safeguarding Operations Team is working in line with UK wide legislation and guidance to ensure the effective safeguarding of all young people in Scouting. This includes oversight and case management of allegations in accordance with the Association’s policies and procedures.

Closing Date: 31st May at 17.00pm
Interview date: 9th June 2017


Growth and Development Officer - Coventry (Ref: 17/25) 

We have an exciting opportunity for a Growth and Development Officer to join the West Midlands team for a home based position covering the county of Coventry. The role is a 3 year funded fixed term contract position offering a salary of £25,741 per annum plus fantastic benefits. You will support the delivery of the county’s growth and development plans; delivering focussed growth projects working closely with volunteers in Coventry as agreed by the Senior Growth and Development Officer and Area Growth and Development Manager.

Closing date: 9am Thursday 1st June
Interview date:  Monday 19th June 2017


Learning and Development Manager (Volunteering) (Ref: 17/11)

This role is the in house technical expert on volunteer learning and development/training  in a large uniformed youth organisation.  The role involves advising upon, designing and developing learning opportunities, piloting new learning and developing methods in partnership with Headquarters volunteers and staff to provide our volunteer membership the best support possible..  The role will involve working with a wide variety of staff and volunteer colleagues across all departments of the organisation and with volunteers at all levels.

Closing date: Friday 2nd June 2017
Interview Date: 16th June 2017


Individual Giving Executive (Ref 17/26)

To support the Individual Giving Manager in the day to day management of the Individual Giving Department, including supporting the development and delivery of the individual giving plan, managing the Raisers Edge database, and rolling out direct giving appeals. 

Closing date: Midnight Monday 12th June 2017.
Interview date: Week commencing 19th June 2017.

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