Cub Leader - Bonnyrigg

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Description

If you enjoy camping, climbing, hiking, other outdoor adventurous activities and much much more then please join our group and start a new adventure as a Cub Leader.
The Cub Scout Leader manages and leads the operation of the Cubs Section (8 – 10 1/2 yrs), in particular, the planning and delivery of the Balanced Programme, with the help of Assistant Section Leaders, Section Assistants and Young Leaders. The Cub Scout Leader will motivate, inspire and ensure that every young person has the opportunity to take part in fun, challenge and adventure. It’s so rewarding in so many ways.
Do you have a passion for getting outside and trying new things? Could you encourage and lead young people aged 8 to 10.5 years old to discover and learn through excitement, teamwork and adventure?

Working as part of a team of adult volunteers, a Cub Scout Leader assists in the planning and delivery of a safe and exciting programme of outdoor activities, community projects, games, challenges and the excitement of a few days away in a tent!

Helping young people to grow, gain confidence and achieve awards is extremely rewarding but you will also gain new skills too through our award winning training scheme that covers everything from first aid to dealing with challenging behavior.

You don’t need to have had previous experience of working alongside young people or have been a Scout yourself. Leaders need to be at least 18 years old, enthusiastic, and organised; we will teach you the rest and ensure that you get all the training, support and mentoring you need.

We know our volunteers lead busy lives, so we’re all about flexibility. Whatever time and skills you have available, we can find a great role for you.

14th Midlothian Scouts offers fun, friendship and life changing adventure to young people across the Bonnyrigg area. This is only made possible by talented teams of local volunteers like you.

Organisation aims and objectives

South East Scotland Scouts prepares young people with skills for life - helping them speak up and play their part. Each week we give over 6,000 young people aged 6 to 25 the skills they need for school, college, university, the job interview, the important speech, the tricky challenge, and the big dreams: the skills they need for life across South East Scotland. By 2023 Scouts will have prepared more young people with skills for life, supported by amazing leaders delivering an inspiring programme. We will be growing, more inclusive, shaped by young people and making a bigger impact in our communities. Our mission: Scouting actively engages and supports young people in their personal development, empowering them to make a positive contribution to society Our values: We act with care, respect, integrity, cooperation, exploring our own and others’ beliefs Our goals: By delivering this plan we will achieve the following goals against our four objectives

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Weekly 7-8.30pm

Restrictions

Experience required: You will need: The ability to work with other adults as part of a team. An acceptance of Scouting principles. Experience of the Scout movement is desirable but not essential as training is provided. Enthusiasm, energy and confidence in working with children and taking the lead in running meetings. An interest in voluntary work with young people. To be a dedicated person and prepared to show commitment to the success of this Cub Pack. You will need a good level of spoken English.
Minimum age: 18

Support

Expenses paid: Yes
Training details: Induction varies per person and per role. Our training is award-winning. After spending time finding the right role for a new or existing volunteer, the first few months are spent providing information, meeting people, having a go and completing a training programme made up of mandatory, role specific and ongoing learning.
Support: Named Contact For Volunteer

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