Below are a list of vacancies that we currently have in Girlguiding Staffordshire. If you would like more information regarding the posts please email email@example.com for a full role description or to apply.
County Development Worker
Girlguiding Staffordshire is pleased to announce that an exciting employment opportunity has arisen for a
COUNTY DEVELOPMENT WORKER.
This is a one year temporary contract position offering 20 hours per week worked over 5 days and including some evening and weekend working.
Salary £25K per annum for full time (£13,333 pro rata).
Your base will be County Headquarters Hixon but there is an expectation of regular visibility in local communities.
Are you passionate about girls and young women reaching their potential?
Would you like to help us grow Guiding in Staffordshire?
If you have the ability to find new opportunities, enthuse potential volunteers, and a commitment to working in partnership with volunteers to deliver great Guiding – then we very much want to hear from you.
Girlguiding Staffordshire is looking to recruit an energetic and outgoing individual to help us grow Girlguiding in key areas of the county. You will be skilled in building strong, positive, and productive relationships with a broad range of internal and external stakeholders, including community leaders and volunteers. You must have the ability to travel to all areas of the County but initially much of the work will be in the Burton-upon-Trent area.
If you would like to find out more please apply for an application pack to Girlguiding Staffordshire County Headquarters, St Peters School Site, Hixon, Stafford ST18 0PS or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The closing date for applications is: 1400 hrs on Friday 14th June 2019
Interviews will be held on 4th or 5th July 2019
The post will be open to applications from members of Girlguiding in the first instance
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 email@example.com for a full role description or to apply.
A county adviser is a specialist in a particular field of the guiding programme. An adviser will advise, motivate and communicate information about the specialism to the divisions and county giving more girls and volunteers ways to access opportunities for development, challenge and adventure. As an adviser, you will attend meetings and have regular contact with other advisers, teams at other levels and leaders.
Advisers can be any adult over 18 years old. They should be, or be willing to become, a member of Girlguiding.
Many of our county advisers are headed by a team leader.
County Complaints & Compliance Lead
This role ensures that all volunteers have access to good quality complaints and compliance support both in an ongoing advisory capacity and when there is an issue registered internally or externally.
County Safeguarding Lead
This role ensures that all volunteers have access to good quality safeguarding support both in an ongoing advisory capacity and when there is an allegation, concern or incident identified.
Arts Team Leader
The Arts Team Leader heads the county Arts & Crafts Team. The post holder will ensure that all aspects of the art are encouraged within the programme through hosting training sessions and events across the county. It goes without saying that the post holder should be enthusiastic about the arts and be willing to use this enthusiasm to create an Arts & Crafts Team that offers expertise in many aspects of the arts such as drama, dance, music, crafts.
Rainbow Overnight Adviser
This adviser would need to have experience with the Rainbow section. They would be available to support Rainbow leaders with advice on residential opportunities for Rainbows. The Rainbow Overnight Adviser reports to the Outdoors Team Leader
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.