Development Team Assistant - Birmingham
Overview of the role
The purpose of the role is to support and deliver the creation of more Scouting places in every community across the project area as part of a development team.
The role will be a fundamental part of taking Scouting to new and under represented communities and will involve working directly with both adults and young people to run and support youth provision.
The role will focus on your personal development with an induction and training programme building your skills in the following areas: communication skills, project planning and organisation, presenting and training delivery, working with young people, working in a team, creative thinking and problem solving methods as well as core employment skills such as time management, CV writing, First aid and IT.
Because of the nature of the role you will need to be self motivated and able to work remotely from home with a regular daytime and evening work out in communities supporting them to create Scouting provision.
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Before making an application please ensure that you have read the Recruitment and selection policy.
In order for us to monitor the application of our Equal Opportunities policy, we would be grateful if you would also complete the Recruitment Monitoring questions on the Application Form.
If you would to discuss the role in more detail, please contact Ben Powlesland on 07984 210724.
If you are unable to apply using the link below, please post your application to:
Human Resources, The Scout Association, Gilwell Park, Chingford, London E4 7QW.
Applicants are advised to read the full application pack before applying.
£17,077 per annum, £5,855 exact
Gilwell Park, Chingford, London
35 hours per week
25 days per annum pro-rata plus bank holidays
Wed, October 23, 2019, 11:59 PM
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