Volunteer Vacancies

 

Below are a list of volunteer vacancies that we currently have in Girlguiding Staffordshire. If you would like more information regarding the posts please email county.admin@girlguidingstaffordshire.org.uk.

County Commissioner

The time has come for us to consider the appointment of a successor to Cat Kerr and Alison Holmes as they complete their term as County Commissioners on 20 September this year. Ideally we would like the county commissioner designate could be in place during April so they may work with Cat and Alison to facilitate a smooth handover.

This is your opportunity to nominate someone (or yourself) for this role. The nomination does not need to be a current division commissioner; therefore do think widely when identifying a suitable candidate. It is also possible to put yourself forward for the role, stating the reasons why you feel that you should be considered.

The documents below can be downloaded and the role description of County Commissioner may be particularly helpful. 

“Becoming a county commissioner offers a fantastic opportunity to influence guiding in your area. By leading a team of dedicated and skilled volunteers you Letter from Region Chief Commissioner, Clare Shintonwill work with others to ensure that quality guiding is delivered whilst using your vision and strategic thinking skills to take guiding forward in line with local priorities, region guidance and the wider Girlguiding strategy. It is also an opportunity to engage with local teams, challenge yourself, meet new people and have fun!” Clare Shinton, Region Chief Commissioner.

Please send all completed nomination forms to midlands.headoffice@girlguiding-midlands.org.uk by 15 March 2024.

Downloads:
Letter from Region Chief Commissioner, Clare Shinton
County Commissioner Role Description

Nomination Form
Self Application Form

 

Youth Forum Co-ordinator

The Girlguiding Staffordshire Youth Forum will be an opportunity for young people to be included in the decisions that shape their guiding experience and empower young people to share their ideas and have a meaningful voice in the planning and implementation of events and project within Girlguiding Staffordshire. The role of Youth Forum Co-ordinator is key to this. You will organise and facilitate the Youth Forum meetings, act as a positive role model to members of the Youth Forum and work in partnership with the County Team and any event Core Team to ensure that all aspects of the events or projects are engaging and exciting for the young people attending.

Download a full role description here.

If you would like to apply for this position then please complete our online form which can be found here.

1st Response Trainers

Do you have a passion for 1st Aid? Maybe you already hold a 1st Aid role in your workplace. We’re looking to increase our team of 1st Response trainers across the county. No previous training experience is required as full training will be provided. Our 1st Response trainers report to the Training Team Leader.

Fundraising Co-ordinator

Do you have a skill for successful completing grant application forms? Could you have ideas that could help the County raise additional funds? If so, then you could be the County’s first ever Fundraising Co-ordinator.
Email county.admin@girlguidingstaffordshire.org.uk for more information.

Kayak & Paddleboard Instructors

If you have a passion for watersports and are happiest when out on the water, then you could become one of our Kayak & Paddleboard Instructors. Training is available for the right person if you’re not already a qualified instructor.
Email county.admin@girlguidingstaffordshire.org.uk for more information.

 

Pin It on Pinterest

Share This