Volunteer Vacancy: Assistant County Commissioner (Events)

Basic details

Vacancy: Assistant County Commissioner (Events)

Supporting Line Manager: David Cubitt, Deputy County Commissioner (Operations)

Nomination deadline: 21 May 2017

Appointment from: Late June 2017

About the role

The Scouts have an ambition to grow and provide skills for life to more and more young people and adults.

A key ingredient to our growth is the provision of a fantastic adventurous programme, past experience shows us where there is good programme, there are more young people (and adults too!)

Events, activities and projects happen from time-to-time to deliver one off contributions to Scouting or introduce new ideas and change. These can be disruptive to the delivery of Scouting if we are not careful.

What we’re looking for

Norfolk Scouts has an opportunity for three energetic and enthusiastic volunteers to take the roles of ACC (Events)

As an ACC (Events) you will work with the Deputy County Commissioner (Operations) in a project management role to help coordinate groups of individuals to arrange activities or events that contribute to the Scouting calendar. The activities and events will be varied from recruitment, to programme, to skills days or county events.

What we’ll provide you with

  • Access to our large stocks of professionally produced national material, including many customisable items.
  • A budget to develop your role and achieve your objectives.
  • Access to our training and development programmes, many modules of these can be externally credited.
  • A ‘different’ and interesting additional experience to your CV.
  • A warm welcome to our small, friendly but focused team.
  • The opportunity to have a lot of fun and contribute to the futures of hundreds of young people.

More information

Here is a full role description, in the meantime if you have any questions please do not hesitate to get in touch with David Cubitt, Deputy County Commissioner (Operations) at

Role Description for ACC Events

Nomination Form (also used for self nomination)